232 Responses to Weekend Thread 20th February 2021

  1. pugnazious says:


    Somewhere, sometime on BBC radio last week we had an interview with the mixed-race double bassist Chi-chi Nwanoku(OBE).

    She’s had a brilliant and highly successful career….at first heading towards the Olympics as a runner before injury stopped her and she turned to music.

    At every turn she was picked out and mentored by white people who saw the potential in her…but it was interesting that this raised no comment at all from the BBC interviewer unlike any mention of any racism which is always a scar on British people and Britain as a whole…whites of course.

    Why can the BBC always denounce ‘Britain’ as nasty and racist for the actions of a tiny, tiny minority but fail to applaud the vast majority who not only don’t do such things but actually promote and cheer on non-whites just as they would any white person?

    Why is Britain nasty and racist for the actions of that tiny, tiny, unrepresentative mob of racists but not ‘tolerant and welcoming’ for the actions of the vast majority?

    Why is it that the BBC is determined to keep feeding non-whites the narrative that Britain is an entirely hostile and racist place and that they are not welcome here?


    • Fedup2 says:

      Not doing well judging by the growing dinghyindustry – maybe someone could close the dinghy factory ? Commando raid on the enemy coast ?


    • Tabs says:

      The BBC and far left always exagerate white racism whilst at the same time play down or ignore crime from ethnic minorites.


      • Scroblene says:

        It’s just a tag the BBC love, because once the word ‘victim’ is mentioned they follow the non-story and then cover it like a rash for ages! It’s easy for them, as they don’t have to work for anything.

        When they’re defunded, their ‘news’ channel will be made up of a crowd of useless kids crowing about silly things, and that will be the end of the whole sorry lot.


    • maxincony says:


      Literally, “…some of my best friends are black” with the addition of, “and I deserve a round of applause for that”.

      From the same guy who argued that refusing to go to a dinner party if it involved sitting next to a black person is; “clearly not racist”, and who just a few months ago was telling ‘coon’ jokes.


      • taffman says:

        Who is your “best friend” ?
        I post here because I am of the opinion that Al-Beeb is Biased and a complete waste of money . It robs from the Poor to give to the Rich . Hence the falling viewing figures and ‘income’.

        Apart from trolling, why do you post here ?


        • maxincony says:


          I am of the opinion that Al-Beeb is Biased and a complete waste of money

          You don’t watch it and you don’t pay for it, so what concern is it of yours?


          • Guest Who says:

            What does the initial ‘B’ in BBC stand for?

            And what does £5,000,000,000 buy each year in policy influence?

            Answers to those questions are very much of concern.


          • digg says:

            Maxi the BBC is of concern to all free thinking people in this land, it is the biggest threat to freedom of speech in the history of this Country

            Plus most of us here are not here to position our views on race, just to point out the disgusting disparity between ordinary people and the total jerks at the BBC.


            • maxincony says:


              …it is the biggest threat to freedom of speech in the history of this Country

              I see, we need to shut down media platforms who say things you personally don’t like; to “protect freedom of speech”.



          • taffman says:

            Why do you post here ?


  2. Guest Who says:

    SG and ITBB highlight something the bbc are very good at, not in a positive way.


    ‘Evolving the story’.


  3. Tabs says:

    BBC News channel just had Sally Nugent interviewing Atlantic rower Jasmine Harrison.

    Every single question to Jasmine started with, “Jasime… tell me how you felt when….”. No technical questions, nothing about training or daily intake of calories. Just mindless questions asking for an emotional response.

    Even when Jasime described how her boat capsized a few days ago she said she had to be practical and check whether she or her boat was damaged and just deal with it. Nugent comes back with, “Jasime… how did you feel when…”


  4. Guest Who says:


    Graun lets cat out bag. Not a likely Lurch RT.


  5. StewGreen says:

    Twitter : The Guardian’s Nick Cohen was triggered by the David Frost appointment to cabinet
    #BrexitManBad he froths in his article


  6. Dover Sentry says:

    Unlikely BBC Headline:

    “Doubts Over Global Warming Claims”


  7. pugnazious says:

    The election is clearly on and the BBC is already laying the groundwork for a Labour victory run…you can bet your bottom dollar the course of the coronavirus pandemic in Britain will be gone over in forensic detail [aided by selected ‘experts’] and it will be made fully clear just how bad Boris and his Tory government were. Just listening to R4 now and Boris has had a terrible year apparently.

    Early last Thursday we had Ed Balls bouncing back into politics with a very friendly BBC interview in which he was allowed to get away with murder with what was in essence a party political broadcast. Brexit was, apparently, an exercise in imperialism with Britain trying to rebuild the Empire, and Boris’ failure to handle the coronavirus pandemic competently was because of this mindset….a mindset that said Britain is better and different to other countries and can go its own path…thus thousands died due to this neo-imperialist jingoism.

    Complete rubbish of course but the interviewer didn’t see anything wrong at all with the narrative.

    Just before the Balls we had a piece on climate change….apparently ‘mother earth is crying’….hmmmm…no…’mother earth’ doesn’t give a stuff if you, every animal, or the earth itself die or implode.

    Anthropomorphising is for children…but then that’s the target audience the BBC wants to capture and brainwash…and of course many Greens are child-like in their utopian idealism where we can all live with no heat or energy, no agriculture, no industry, no science and no interaction with nature at all.


    • Garry Lavin says:

      Yes, it’s always been difficult for me to understand why the BBC made a celebrity out of talentless and boring Ed Balls.

      I suppose they kept the kettle simmering for just this time then?!


  8. AnneG says:

    Saturday Kitchen had Naga Munchetty as a guest. The viewers can vote online for a Heaven or Hell dish made from their likes and dislikes.
    I voted for Hell and was amazed that only 72% agreed with me. I thought that it would have been higher. Her face was a picture when she found out. Loved it.


  9. StewGreen says:

    No mention of stopping the open border policies from CoE
    They prefer to concrete Britain instead


    • Garry Lavin says:

      We will be looking at homelessness soon……I wonder if any of those archbishop types have any rooms for us in their palaces?


    • Sluff says:

      Yeah, Justin
      Remind me how many asylum seekers you are putting up at Lambeth Palace just now ?


  10. StewGreen says:

    Promoted on the R4 religion show


    • StewGreen says:

      Prog also promoted the Reverend Rachel
      cos she has her new book about Elton John to plug


      • Guest Who says:

        Speaking of plugging books, BS taken time off from plugging hers or Bill’s to RT this from her old mukker and fellow ‘author’ JO’bsworth?



  11. Tabs says:

    BBC1 The Big Questions has Ash ” Luxury communism now” Sarkar and some bright orange dressed drag queen.

    TV switched was off quickly!


  12. pugnazious says:

    Previous to the ‘Skipping Sikh’ who refused to sing the BBC tune about systemic racism and colonialism being behind his distrust of vaccines we had a more reliable ‘wtiness’ who toed the line admirably and spouted the right stuff.

    Why don’t Bames want to get vaccinated?…note the BBC sees them as victims not sinister ‘anti-vaxxers’ as they would had they been white. This was supposed to be an exploration of the reasons for distrust but in fact seemed more about reinforcing those conspiracy theories about the vaccine being a White plot exploiting and experimenting on Blacks.

    Bames don’t trust the vaccines because trust has been eroded by systemic inequality due to racism….well…yeah…obviously!!!! LOL

    Bames are right to be suspicious because right from the start they were told they were more likely to die….the coronavirus was ‘racialised’ [lol…yeah it was…by the BBC et al] and alarm bells rang due to their lived experience as they were now prioritised for treatment….why were they being prioritised?…..they were being used to test the vaccine…just as Blacks have always been used in White experiments. The BBC always helpfully chipping in with confirmatory facts….the Tusgegee experiments in America and more black women die in childbirth than whites….must be racism no?

    Apparently misinformation is not the problem…the problem is that the government didn’t give out a clear message thus leaving a space for anti-vaxxers to spread…er…misinformation.

    The BBC approach is of course entirely unscientific, driven more by its own desire to find and root out non-existent racism than anything else. How many Bames take the flu jab or any other type of ‘white man’ voodoo? A good example of the hypocritical nonsense being promoted is the Maori bloke who declared he wouldn’t wear a ‘colonial noose’…a tie….whilst stood there in a cowboy hat, a western suit and wearing glasses in a western democratic institution…parliament. Never mind the fact that Bames work in vast numbers in the health service dishing out all this sinister western medicine.

    And were Bames prioritised for treatment? The BBC always claimed that the virus exposed the systemic racism in the system and that Bames were more likely to die…due to racism….but of course facts proved otherwise…nothing to do with ethnicity more to do with jobs, population density and lifestyle such as multiple generational households…..just so happens migrants migrate en masse to cities and start off in low paid jobs….nothing to do with systemic racism just purely how it is until they begin to become successful and move out and other migrants move in….Jews….Irish….Bames…..and whoever next.

    Bames only became prioritised recently as the government announced new categories for being vaccinated…and ‘ethnicity’ was included as a criteria….even though really based on the above…jobs and population density.

    Why is the BBC so desperate to find ‘systemic racism’ in everything and to blame it for every and all setbacks any Bame might suffer?


    • StewGreen says:

      Naga just won an award
      was it open to all ?
      No, the publication Eastern Eye is aimed at the ethnic-Indian community
      so they give ethnic Indians awards.
      Yet if Naga’s white classmate had taken the same career route
      the BBC would not be bragging “she’s won an ethnic=Briton in media award”


  13. Guest Who says:



    • Fedup2 says:

      2 minutes 43 seconds of my life I will never get back . But on the upside there are loons in this world Called .‘Ophelia lovibond ‘ .
      I guess the Caroline girl is the TV presenter who topped herself …. makes a change from ‘arnt blokes bad ?’


  14. Guest Who says:

    CC: the entire ‘market rate’ industry.

    Overpaid, unaccountable, unfireable blondes* doing just that as a career move is beyond a joke.

    *When are Burlesque and Beff back to balance the BBC peroxide overdosing?


    • Beltane says:

      Ah yes Guest, the old ‘market rate’ scam. A system which relies for its undoubted success in so many media – yet brought to perfection by the BBC – on never being so coarse as to ask what the rate might be.


  15. Laughing at Lefties says:

    Another reminder of the evil that the BBC sycophants fawn over while trashing Trump.



    • StewGreen says:

      Bit of a conspiracy theory video there
      “John McCain: A LIFE OF TREASON. Was He Executed? Military Tribunal?”
      ” If McCain wasn’t put to death, he absolutely should have been, ALONG WITH LINDSEY GRAHAM.
      I think you will find this 20-minute mini documentary I made to be shocking, disgusting and blood-boiling.”

      A few minutes in they make a claim that all ISIS execution videos are green screen

      Surely it’s a lot easier to actually take someone to the sand and execute them
      rather than build a foreground in a studio and have a load of blood to clean up afterwards.

      I don’t think these video are new
      I see similar ones from months earlier maybe years.


      • StewGreen says:


        “To any functionally-thinking person, the idea of John McCain being secretly executed by a tribunal rather than dying of cancer is simply not plausible. But QAnon believers aren’t exactly known for putting their faith in things that are plausible.”


        • G.W.F. says:

          Maybe QAnon had it wrong about the Children rescued from the tunnels beneath the Capital buildings, held there, tortured, abused by Satan worshiping elites.


          Arrested as Military Rescues Tortured Children From Tunnels Beneath Capitol Hill.
          US Special Op forces recovered bodies, body parts and at least a hundred surviving children from a tunnel system beneath the White House and Capitol Building in Washington DC on Fri. 29 Jan. In the early morning hours as body bags were being delivered, multiple troops were seen coming out of the White House with at least a hundred children in tow.
          The children were believed to have been abused, tortured and killed by political elites in an elaborate tunnel system that ran beneath Capitol Hill and connected to other systems for 200 miles. All was thought part of an international Child Trafficking Ring run by global and political elites with ties to Jeffrey Epstein’s Pedophile Island – that lay next door to Biden’s Water Island.


          • StewGreen says:

            GWF one headline went
            “Biden Arrested as Military Rescues Tortured Children From Tunnels Beneath Capitol Hill”

            but Politifact’ debunking story is also rubbish
            We reached out to the Defense Department about the claim.
            “I can assure you that is false,” a spokesperson said.

            … ringing up the accused and accepting their answer , isn’t exactly fact-checking.

            Actually the photo appears to be the Jersey Island war tunnels.


          • Dover Sentry says:

            The photo on the first page of the link is of the entrance to the WW2 German military hospital in Jersey, Channel Islands. It is a recent photo.


  16. Foscari says:

    What a double whammy on the Andrew Marr “show” this
    morning. The Trotskyist Socialist Worker newspaper seller from
    outside Kings Cross station. And Jo Coburn the BBC’S numero
    uno liberal bigot, and that’s an achievement at the BBC.
    “Are you going to apologize for sending in forms
    appertaining to PPE two weeks late ? Have you paid for your
    summer holiday?” Matt Hancock is very much less facetious
    than me. But he did show a fare degree of sarcasm in his
    answer to the first question. The second one I wouldn’t
    have shown any sarcasm. I would of just told the ex Trotskyist ?
    To mind his own fu**ing business.


  17. dafydd says:

    You may or may not be a fan of Matt Hancock but it was an absolute delight to see him give Marr and Sophie Ridge both barrels this morning..

    Sunday lunch is going to taste better..


    • tomo says:

      Something of a change from his encounters on Channel 4 News… where he looked like a 13 year old being told to clean up his bedroom by an angry parent.

      He must have a new personal PR trainer …


  18. StewGreen says:

    @BBCWorld ‘s cruzade aainst Cruz using quote as a headline
    Americast promo #1 “It just got worse and worse every time he opened his mouth” video tweet

    Americast promo #2 ‘You’ve got to love a politician who blames their own children’


    • tomo says:

      Given what I’ve commented on often wrt to BBC US content delivery – I get the feeling that what’s being dished up to America by BBC-USA is presently quite different to what’s served up in Blighty. Wayback Machine BBC has been buggered up for several weeks.

      I’m wondering if BBC Internet folk have a list of known commercial VPN endpoints…


  19. Non Snowflake says:


    Another sh1t-stirring, race-baiting article from the obnoxious bBBC.

    The article reports on the lack of BAME women in the England female football team. The photo they’ve chosen as the main one on their webshite shows a team of 11 players, 2 of whom are BAME. Or put another way 18%. Compare this to the national average (for adult females) which is around 10%-15% depending on which census you read.

    So the England womens photo they’ve chosen actually shows an *over* representation of female BAME’s.

    As for the article itself, well I managed to steel myself and read the tedious woke dross that nowadays passes as a bBBC headline. Utter garbage of course, whinging about perceived injustices.

    Any sporting team should be picked on the players ability, not skin colour.

    Unless you’re the BBC of course.


  20. Up2snuff says:

    TWotWeeee Watch #1 – a Cornish farmer has a ‘Ted Cruz moment’

    The BBC were in full Brexit-bashing mode in today’s programme (BBC R4 1p.m.) just finished, starting from the beginning. They thought they were being assisted in this by a Cornish daffodil farmer.

    Instead the farmer appeared to:
    – rubbish his fellow county-men and county-women on air
    – admit on air that he had spent all the time – four and a half years – since the EU Referendum making no preparations whatsoever for Brexit
    – be somewhat uncertain about the value of his business



  21. tomo says:

    There’s quite a lot of BBC content on YouTube – from non official BBC uploaders that one would expect to receive a copyright takedown – but it’s left alone…

    The Fukushima exclusion zone – Jim Al-Khalili travels to the edge of the Fukushima exclusion zone.

    Keeps getting taken down … I wonder why?

    There’s a lot of Jim on there….


    • StewGreen says:

      By remarkable coincidence RT just put up a new doco about the zone opening up and 50 households moving into newly built housing.

      The rule is no one can live in the old houses
      10 years ago, the Fukushima earthquake and tsunami covered the town of Okuma in radiation. After years of cleaning efforts, some parts of the zone have reopened.
      Local people can visit their old homes, or even move into new ones.
      Safety is on everyone’s mind. Especially after a powerful earthquake shook the region on 13 February 2021.

      No one was hurt and the power plant was fine.


  22. StewGreen says:

    Saturday TalkRadio : The Sun’s TV critic Ally Ross segment
    – The Sun bans him from using the term “boxing ticking” cos they get complaints from non-Sun readers
    – Spate of useless ex politician on TV eg Ed Balls
    “Yes that food butternut squash is too posh for me … FFS Balls you went to private school, Oxford, then Harvard”
    bad as “still too fat Tom Watson”

    Channel 4 has a chariddee show
    where they take celebs like Baroness Warsi and train them to be standup comedians
    Shaun Ryder is OK .. but avoid the show he says.

    The new Gordon Ramsey daily quiz show is dire, he warns.
    In the Sunday Times , Marcus Brigstock appealed for money for non-working comedians,
    then last night on TV bragged he and his wife were offered a comedy segment by Fox News “We turned it down of course”


  23. Up2snuff says:

    TWotWeeeee Watch #2 – “cracking the American market”

    The BBC’s Brexit-Bashing was helped along by Roger Taylor, drummer for Queen which was one of several British world-dominating super-groups in the 1970s and 1980s following in the footsteps of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, The Who and Cream in the 1960s and Led Zeppelin in the early 1970s. He has signed a letter to the Government, apparently, about the problems faced by UK performers who now have to apply for Visas and Carnets for people and kit in order to perform in the EU.

    Not that they can at present, thanks to Covid, although there’s probably the option of going to perform in Sweden.

    Funny thing, but one of the BBC programmes that I watched on iPlayer before it was taken away from me by the same BBC was a series of programmes about British contemporary music groups. One in the series featured Queen. It is almost certainly available on the internet. I remember that it was this overseas tour that was important: “cracking the American market”. That and the tour of Japan were the most important things to Queen and their management. Both were featured in the BBC TV programme.

    What do you need to do that? Visas and Carnets.

    Did they have any trouble getting those? Not as far as I know.

    They saw. They went. They conquered.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Well I remember when people thought Queen were as naff as ABBA …. and I think mr Taylor should spend more time counting his royalties …


      • Up2snuff says:

        I think I was listening when Kenny Everrett played Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ on public radio for the first time. Either that or the same day, when he repeated it for every hour of his show. I was blown away by it and thought it brilliant. Find some of Queen’s stuff not to my taste eg. ‘Fat Bottomed Girls’. Mind you, contemporary music had been through a bit of a dull period beforre BoRhap.

        I like some of Abba, The Carpenters and John Denver, btw., and some of Bolan’s and Bowie’s stuff but I understood why ‘punk’ happened and had to happen.


        • Fedup2 says:

          Both Queen and ABBA were ‘uncool ‘ for a while – then when bo rap came along it changed for them – something triggered for ABBA a while back too …

          Maybe it’s an age thing – when I was 17 and trying to write pop songs they would always turn into ABBA tunes ….


        • Foscari says:

          Up2- If you like the Carpenters listen to my daughter Claire
          Brodin on You Tube.


  24. Up2snuff says:

    TWotWeeeeee Watch #3 – the sneer in the voice says it all

    Presenter today was Ed Stourton; so pleasant to not have to cope with Mark ‘sneery’ Mardell or Jonny ‘staccato’ Dymond. However, Ed – normally one of the more pleasant BBC radio broadcasters to listen to – had obviously been taking some sneering lessons from Mardell and either some timing lessons from a ‘Luvvie’ or he had caught the Dymond ‘hiccoughs’.

    The way Ed paused before sneering through “the UK voted to leave the EU in the Referendum” fitted the tone of the programme.

    Intentional? I like to think not.

    But probably, yes.


  25. Up2snuff says:

    TWotWeeeeeeee Watch #4 – do as we say, not do as we do

    The BBC love to disparage the internet and its social platforms despite making much use of those things as any Corporation in the world.

    The BBC continued their big-time Brexit-Bashing in today’s programme by attacking Lord Frost, newly appointed to the Cabinet to clear up Bojo’s and Govid’s messes with the EU. Is that not what posters do on these Internet forums, BBC? Attack people? Are you not as guilty as any so-called ‘right wing’ or ‘Far Right’ poster on Farcebook or as part of the Twitterati?

    You certainly arranged for journalist George Parker (FT?) to make some disparaging comments about Lord Frost and repeated them. “He has not been elected.” It took a friend of Lord Frost to observe that that is true of lots of Peers in the House of Lords.

    The BBC also appeared to claim that Lord Frost negotiated the EU Trade Deal in tandem with the PM right to the end. Word on the street is that Lord Frost was elbowed aside by the PM and Michael Gove in early December and the botched deal was down to them. I don’t know the truth of that.

    But I do know that the Presenter made me think ‘lie’ as soon as the words were out of his mouth. Might need to do an extra ‘Mea Culpa’ at Confession a.s.a.p., Ed.


  26. digg says:

    Being the first decent day outside for weeks I decided to go ahead and move my 12 ft x 6 foot raised bed made with railway sleepers to a better spot.

    I decided to while away the hours painfully shifting the massive sleepers and digging out all the soil by having my portable with Radio 4 on…

    What a bad decision, first I was assailed by the Drummer from Queen moaning about how much more difficult it was to play in Europe now, 2 different currencies have to be carried etc. etc. etc….

    Followed by a daffodil farmer who was moaning about having to let the flowers rot in the field due to lack of foreign flower pickers. (They failed to ask him if low wages for UK workers might be a factor but hey, ho)

    Followed by an “Anglo-Indian” teen type describing how she was affected by discrimination after moving to the UK.

    Followed by a teen girl saying how much better the Archers is now that it has modern storyline including such such things as “Modern slavery” and it no longer has to rely on old, white listeners.

    Followed by a blind guy who questioned whether he should be included under the category of “Disabled” our in fact if anyone disabled should be classified as disabled.

    Hours of non-stop banner-waving .

    i don’t know what you think you are up to BBC but it sure ain’t very good!

    The only spot worth a listen during the whole afternoon was Gardeners Question Time….

    Absolutely dire!


    • Dobyns says:

      Funny ‘dat, when I went to Europe before BREXIT I coulda sworn that I had to have both £’s and €’s to cover my cash spending.


      • maxincony says:


        Funny ‘dat, when I went to Europe before BREXIT I coulda sworn that I had to have both £’s and €’s to cover my cash spending.

        Actually, the the Drummer from Queen didn’t say, “it was more difficult it was to play in Europe now [because] 2 different currencies have to be carried…”. That was ‘digg’ making stuff up again.

        But you believed him. Funny ‘dat.


        • Dobyns says:

          Sunday evening, when trolls come out from under their bridge. Enjoying your night out maxi? ????


    • Banania says:

      If Gardeners’ Question Time is the best then you are in trouble.


    • taffman says:

      Great Britain would be a much nicer place to live in if those that did not like it here just politely left .


  27. Doublethinker says:

    They didn’t have that Pratt Wong on who claims gardening in Britain is imperialist and hence racist, then? I simply can’t tolerate anything on BBC these days. Football is ruined by the crisp Pratt, even TMS is so PC that i can’t listen to it, Toady makes me feel suicidal within five minutes . Only re runs on other channels of Portillo railways and the Antiques Road Trip, with judicious use of the fast forward on the PC bits which creep in from time to time and the glorious It Ain’t Half Hot Mum on You Tube make it on to our screen.


  28. Fedup2 says:

    Caught the BBC news 1700 by accident – one of their own – someone called ‘jo Whiley ‘ going on about her special needs sister ‘who hasn’t got anyone to speak for them’ – well girl – news for you – you exploited your position to ‘campaign ‘ for your sister
    …….. but what about others ….. I’m in a group which keeps going down the date list – coupled with being in the worst health area in the country – with one of the lowest vaccination rate in the UK as well….
    I write that here partly as a moan – but because unlike ms whiley – I won’t be on the BBC news moaning about it …..


  29. G.W.F. says:

    I mentioned in an earlier comment that the BBC had backtracked over its claim that Israel was responsible for Vaccinating the Palestinians.
    Link here to the story.


    ‘Shaun Ley, presenter of Dateline London, which discusses international affairs, suggested the Accords meant that the Israeli government had responsibility for vaccinating Palestinians in a segment aired January 16.
    The claim was rebutted by a journalist being interviewed for the BBC News channel show, Jonathan Sacerdoti, who said it was the responsibility of the Palestinian Authority.’

    But the BBC won’t let go. On tonight’s 5pm news when closing the report on Israel’s vaccination success rate, the BBC managed to insert a comment asserting that Israel had been accused by the Palestinians of blocking vaccines from Arab states.
    The BBC really have it in for Jews.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Not about the Palestine full time victims – but a discussion from C4 news from – I think Thursday night ….

      ..the guru Murphy – who I think is a bit ‘touched ‘ was talking to a standard issue expert about ‘vaccine poverty ‘. The pair seemed to think the idea of exporting our vaccines to the third world after the top 4 – yes top 4 groups were done – was ok.

      There was no alternative view – so between the two loons that’s where it was left – I can’t believe more sane bits of the MSM didn’t rip guru Murphy a new on –

      – but I suspect I may have composed 50% of the viewing figures …
      ……….this insanity about taking responsibility for The World when we haven’t done our country is part of the insanity being caused in these weird times ….


  30. StewGreen says:

    6pm Switch to Sky Arts
    “Celebrities visit the British Library”
    ..starring who ?
    “delighted to shine a light on the struggles of ordinary Asian women – ayahs (nannies) and striking factory workers – in the past century”

    Meera Syal


  31. StewGreen says:

    Green item : However, in Northamptonshire – where the rising waters of the River Nene caused havoc over Christmas – Tom Heap discovers that one imaginative farmer has turned it to his advantage. He’s been making his land pay by turning it into a wetland sanctuary for wildlife.

    Another major political headache tonight’s programme investigates is the impact of Brexit on the fishing industry.
    Has the agreement with the EU really delivered?

    – ecologist Josh Styles reveals the secret world inside a prehistoric plant.

    – Tom also meets a sheepdog turned search-and-rescue hero
    – gets hands-on with a project that has unearthed evidence of riverside residents dating back to Neolithic times.


  32. StewGreen says:

    Sunday TV
    6pm-8pm ITV Celebs poncing about on Ice

    8pm -11:15pm Lefty Celebs poncing about on BBC2
    Packham, Ranganathan (2 hrs) , Frankie Boyle

    7:55pm PBS Liam Nielson ..The Irish Easter Rising


    • Nodding Dog says:

      7.15pm-8pm BBC2 Ski Sunday
      Should be safe viewing…nope presenters say you can’t help but notice the lack of ethnic diversity and waffle on about how inclusive winter sports is and it is for everyone.
      It was almost like they were apologizing that they were airing a whole programme without anyone from the BAME community in it.


    • StewGreen says:

      Actually Packham, was OK
      cos he was reading a good script about animal intelligence instead of injecting his own politics


  33. Sluff says:

    Ski Sunday bBBC2 at 7.15 pm.

    Last in series.
    At the end of the introductions at 7.20 pm they announce ‘after the action, we cover a very important topic- the lack of diversity and BAME in ski-ing’.



    • Nodding Dog says:

      Can’t wait for the athletics season…I wonder if they’ll say you can’t help but notice that the 100m final isn’t very diverse!

      The piece is on now and the ethnic skier they are featuring is almost as white as me! A quote from one of the talking heads ‘open spaces were built as safe spaces for white people’

      George Floyd gets a mention and it’s turned into a BLM propaganda piece.

      TV is now off and so will be Ski Sunday for ever in this household!


    • Beltane says:

      And all that uncomfortably white snow too. It’s all downhill really.


  34. Docmarooned says:

    This nonsense from the bBBC needs called out. It is beyond belief. They moaned a while back about lack of diversity in swimming FFS!
    Why do they not take issue at the relative lack of whites in basketball, US olympic sprinting squads etc etc.
    They traditionally do not ski given the geography. Why do the BBC not moan at the lack of Brits in ski competitions apart from a very few exceptions. They really are pond life scum!


    • JamesArthur says:

      You have all beaten me to it…the BBC are ****s…ski sunday is now a pile of shit3.
      They talk as though BAMES are banned…use phrases like cultural history..well I am working class and ski …no cultural history for me and I have skied with a jamaican friend and Indians…they did it cos they wanted to…no barriers..

      What is it with the BBC..everything is better if BAMEs do it…!!


  35. Jack in the Green says:

    Just made the mistake of watching Ski Sunday. A better example of anti -white hatred couldn’t have been hatched by Hollywood itself. Pure and utter racism. Speaking personally I will spend the rest of my life fighting this intolerable organisation with it’s lies and historical distortions.


  36. Deborah says:

    Turned over from Ski Sunday after they were complaining about the lack of diversity only to find Tom Heap on Countryfile on the Northamptonshire item mention climate change twice in 3 minutes. Is there no escape other than the off button.


  37. digg says:

    I see ads are running for census 2021. Looks like we have reached 75% black now versus 25% white…

    Who are these people spinning this?

    This is not going to end well.

    White lives matter!


  38. Fedup2 says:

    Funny you should write that – I’ve just had a look at the London evening standard website – the latest stabbed – dead – coloured 16 year old boy was 2 nights ago . A 23 year old coloured boy killed in the week and 2 arrests for a killing on 5 February – there is no mention of whitees doing the killings – no one can play the race card …..
    All that wind and kneeling – blaming whitee -means nothing –


    • digg says:

      We need to demand a hard cold look at Ofcom because it would seem they are responsible for this ethnic cleansing. They dictate to the news media, the advertising industry and all government departments with their “say it like we demand you say it” dictat.


    • digg says:

      Im sick of the media looking the other way on this fedup2. The media are implicit now in much of these deaths.


  39. Fedup2 says:

    New thread – quiet weekend


  40. digg says:

    Thinking about the state of this country I have concluded that there is a disconnect between two groups. On the one hand you have people who have antecedents who risked their lives to save this country from threat at huge personal cost and in the other you have visitors who are here to take as much as possible for free.

    The visitors have very loud voices, couldn’t give a monkeys about the past in this country and have much support from a woke press etc,

    The other side are belittled, scorned and vilified by the woke press.

    Both sides have much anger….

    Waiting to see how this pans out…..


    • maxincony says:


      …most of us here are not here to position our views on race…

      Well that didn’t last long:


      …antecedents who risked their lives… in the other you have visitors who are here to take as much as possible for free.


      • digg says:

        That’s not race, that’s fact maxi if you have no respect for this country then don’t come here and I don’t care what bloody colour you are as long as you respect this countrys free culture for everyone so don’t try to vilify the people of this country unless you are one of the professionally offended of course


  41. taffman says:

    Any old posters on this site will recognise that “Scotty” is back in disguise.