“I was having discussions with chairs,” says Shane Cocker, itching with nervous energy. “I was thinking why don’t you answer me?”
BBC headline: Sajid Javid: Why has the ex-chancellor been allowed to work for JP Morgan?
and the BBC make out it’s all unicorns and rainbows.
It is fuck.
It is corruption.
Boris is corrupt as is Sajid and every (ex)minister in their cosy swamp.
FFS people – don’t vote Conservative.
“Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has named Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. She is the first black woman to serve in the role.”
There are two images:
and the buried
The first part of this Ibiza Prom is excellent.
This though is even better:
Tony McGuinness from Above & Beyond selects a beautiful Chill Mix for the Radio 1 Dance Weekend and it’s been on repeat here.
One question though, which also applies to the Carl Cox stuff on R1:
At times they press buttons / hold buttons and there is an obvious change in beat, tempo, sound etc
And at other times they press / hold buttons and there is no change
So what’s with the button pressing?
“UK employment falls by biggest amount in over a decade”
Another way of writing it is
UK unemployment rises by biggest amount in over a decade
BBC tonight it’s the “Director’s Cut” of the 2012 London Olympics opening ceremony. The director was Danny Boyle.
Dear Mr Boyle,
Your work was, is, and will always be sullied by the inane drivel from Annita bloody McVeigh you left in the soundtrack.
Your Director’s Cut should have NO COMMENTARY. NONE.
The BBC is showing tonight episode 2 of The Salisbury Poisonings.
It struck me as odd at the time because of the govt narrative and the weird staged Russian stuff.
Craig’s blog is widely known, widely read but no news site has yet called him out for being wrong.
That means he is right, yes?
It’s one big advert for whichever companies the BBC likes / gets a kickback from.
My freeview box is automatically recording the daily Covid update on the BBC. I don’t like the fact they can push that at me. The last people I trust to tell the truth are the Govt at the best of times and very definitely not now.
I’m of an age that Bob Monkhouse was a TV staple, mainly in game shows, but sometimes in stand-up. If you too are of that age, you might like “Bob Monkhouse: The Last Stand” on the BBC’s iPlayer. Very very good and unless it’s on usenet (I’ll be amazed if not) it’s only around for another 27 days.