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    24 April, 2008

    BBC Tries Harder

    Maybe some of the messages we have been giving the BBC hierarchy about the UK network's
    failure to get to grips with Britain post-devolution have hit home.

    Today on Breakfast News they had Colette Hume from Cardiff explaining the Wales and England teachers' strike, and on two occasions Bill Turnbull was heard to talk about elections for all the Welsh and some of the English councils. In that order. Then they had a report on the Northern Irish economy with Declan.

    Of course, it could just be a flash in the pan: sustaining it will be the test.

    1 comment:

    Anonymous said...

    I think it might have been to soften us up in preparation for the Question Time special on the London mayoral election.

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