The music is excellent even if the humour doesn’t quite hit the spot for me.
Meanwhile, the BBC declined to give a figure on the number of complaints it has received about Top Gear being pulled from the schedules due to the ongoing investigation.
And yet the BBC are all too keen to say at other times that they answer to the
TV Tax license payers when someone says anything that offends even a single person.
The BBC are a joke.
It’s Comic Relief night.
Want to raise millions?
Get people to send a quid for Clarkson to come back.
The Olympics ceremony could have been so much better if there had been not a single word from anyone and if it hadn’t ended up with a Beatles track from decades ago, especially after introducing millions to the greatness that is Dark Side of the Moon. Still, at least it’s done. TFFT.
So Jack Osbourne has a diagnosis of MS and BBC reporters are now instant experts. Says one “With enough courage, determination and support life can go on as normal”.
It’s got nothing to do with ‘courage’ or ‘determination’. It’s a degenerative disease and ‘support’ cannot stop your system decaying.
Dominic Hughes you should be ashamed of yourself.
“The recordings end up on Haniver’s website” – but that website is not worthy of a link from the oh-so-mighty BBC. Neither is “Another website, Fat, Ugly or Slutty“. I’m sure the BBC want links in but they are so stupidly precious about links out. How stupid are they? They link to twitter accounts but not to established sites. If the BBC can be so dismissive toward other site content then why should anyone behave decently to the BBC?
Not in the Kitchen Anymore. Chronicles of a female gamer.
I would love to eat a tea-time treat from 50 years back, cows udder served warm with brown bread and butter. BBC
In the 1990s, they worked out one Venusian day – the time for the planet to spin round once – lasted 243.018 Earth days.
But now, the European Space Agency’s Venus Express orbiter shows Venus’ spin is getting even slower and a day on Venus is now six and a half minutes longer.
Scientists aren’t sure why.
It doesn’t matter. There are far more pressing things to be looking this. Scientists – and indeed the people that fund these things – should be looking at humanity now and doing what they can now because the now is far far more important.
You’d stop a kid daydreaming and tell them to get on with things wouldn’t you? So what makes these grownups special?
A chef on BBC’s Saturday Kitchen was just asked what he will be cooking. Part of his reply was “liquid of grapefruit”. So that’s grapefruit juice then. Pompous cooker.
When you watch BBC News online there is a black bar that appears on the video window when the mouse goes over it. Or near it. Or if you reload. It seems there are instances where it will just decide to appear and for such a little thing I get disproportionately annoyed. It drives me nuts. That page appears to load a ton of js and I have yet to find then block the few lines that do this – noscript should kill it when I find it – but if you happen to have been annoyed too and found the code I’d love to know.
It is already difficult for sceptics to get a hearing on the BBC. But if the Trust has its way, BBC science journalism will become as bent as a corkscrew.