writes (originally a comment to the post below):
I’m writing as someone who in general believed the BBC to be biased over the war but otherwise find most complaints of bias petty.
The BBC Breakfast news today had a piece on hunting today just before 8am.
First there was a prefilmed piece which was presumably put together by the BBC.
You heard 2 anti hunt protestors putting forward their point of view with no opposing questions and it seemed to include footage filmed by these protestors.
Then there was an interview with a hunt member. He was asked quite aggressive questions & was interrupted in order to get as many questions over as possible. The difference between allowing one side to present it’s argument uninterrupted & having the other side being interviewed by a seemingly sceptical interviewer was in my opinion almost certain to give the anti hunt side a more favourable press than the pro hunt side.