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Why Auntie still thinks she knows best

March 30, 2019 |

Last updated on April 12th, 2019 at 01:26 pm

A book that says out loud everything you ever muttered about the Beeb ‘The Noble Liar: How and Why the BBC Distorts the News to Promote a Liberal Agenda’

By Robin Aitken

Biteback Publishing

ISBN-10 1785903497 ISBN-13 978-1785903496

It used to be customary to declare, when watching … Read More

Mayor hounded out of office

July 26, 2018 |

A Christian town mayor has resigned after being vilified by gay activists for his biblical beliefs.

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Creation scientists deserve airtime too

March 26, 2018 |

It is high time the cosy relationship between the BBC and the evolutionist establishment came to an end.

Currently licence payers are subjected to a one-sided diet of evolution and atheism from the likes of Richard Dawkins, Steve Jones, David … Read More

BBC U-turn on religion?

February 2, 2018 |

The BBC has announced it will “raise our game across all output” in terms of religious content, after a year-long review of religion and ethics programming.

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‘Abortion propaganda’ show exposed BBC’s bias

November 29, 2017 |

A BBC documentary on abortion failed to mention that most people don’t want a change in abortion law, despite that being the main result of a poll commissioned for the show.

‘Abortion on Trial’, hosted by Anne Robinson and broadcast … Read More

Christian group petitions BBC about bias in programming

July 27, 2016 |

Aaqil Ahmed, BBC’s head of religion. Photo credit: BBC

Voice for Justice UK has handed the BBC the first 11,000 signatures on its petition, which calls for the BBC to reject proposals to reduce Christian programming.

The petition also calls for the removal of Aaqil Ahmed, Commissioning Editor for Religion and Head of Religion and Ethics. Mr Ahmed, a Muslim, submitted a report saying the BBC was “too Christian” and there was a need for greater diversity.  Read More

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