Here are some of the profound thoughts of those highly professional BBC employees, naturally these are their private thoughts and of course are NEVER reflected in their professional output. Oh no.

 Bob Ballard 


 Bob Ballard 

 Bob Ballard 

 anita anand 

Can you guess what line Ms Ellis as taking 😉

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  1. Grant says:

    The rantings of teenagers !


  2. Buggy says:

    Lest we forget, Janet Ellis is responsible for BEX-TORRR. She should thus be locked up indefinitely for crimes against humanity. And cats.


    • Dazed-and-Confused says:

      Janet Ellis is also responsible for Sophie Ellis Bextor….

      So the key should also be thrown away for crimes against the ears.


      • Buggy says:

        “BEX-TORR” IS Sophie Ellis Bextor, Dazed. It’s just fun to pronounce it as though I’m Brian Blessed;

        BEX-TORR !”


        BEX-TORRR’S ALIVE !”

        Simple pleasures.


  3. Reed says:

    Might I suggest you change the title to BBC Twatterati…


  4. Jeremy Clarke says:


    You mean an ex-Blue Peter presenter can string two words together on a serious subject, Anita?!!!!!

    How clever – did she use an old cereal box and sticky-back plastic to construct her arguments?!!!

    Did you see what I just did there?!!!!!!

    I bet Janet wishes she were a proper journalist like you!!!! Even I wish I were as clever and metropolitan as you!!!!! It must be great to be a smug, self-regarding, self-styled urban liberal with a job on BBC TV!!!!! Btw, have you read BRILLIANT Robert Fisk’s BRILLIANT piece in the BRILLIANT Independent today?!!!! It’s brilliant!!!!!

    Everything is brilliant!!!! Apart from Sarah Palin, that is!!!!!!! She’s a creationist, dont’cha know?!!!!!!


    • Buggy says:

      I always preferred Tina Heath, myself.

      “She said “Super” a lot.

      Super Tina.

      Got knocked up out of wedlock, too, IIRC.

      Didn’t give birth to BEX-TORR, though.

      I think Simon Groom did the deed.

      Or Peter Duncan.

      He (Peter Duncan) was in “Flash Gordon” (“Ah-ahh !”). Died after sticking his hand into the dodgy log with the nasty inside. Silly bugger.

      Brian Blessed was in “Flash Gordon”, too. He was excellent !

      It’s the Circle, the Circle Of Life.


      • cjhartnett says:

        Definitely “Enigma Code”…and hugely enjoyable!
        Reminds me to listen to the BBC telling me why Anthony Blunt was such a card!
        It`s on Friday…if you catch my drift!…


  5. cjhartnett says:

    I thought that the first law of braodcasting was to , at least; make believe that they are impartial…and unpredictable every so often. With all those actors lolling about-surely they could act it out a bit-bit of improv by the water cooler or the bursars office.

    But no-top to tail and left to right…up down and sideways…to a person they are all so dense, so predictable-so damn monochrome in mindset.

    They just take any postion that a white taxpayer with a family and a work ethic might be deemed “reasonable” to take…and then (perversely) go exactly in the opposite, offensive and most affected, pretentious ignorant and …yes, PREDICTABLY obtuse direction!

    Unless normal decent people howl and hate them,Ipresume they don`t think that they are edgy, let alone alive!
    We may not be listening to their incestuous perverted mind games and poses…so they MUST cause maximum offence in minimum time.

    Europe, US, Israel, Islam, crime,science and technoloy,NewsCorp and of course global warming and Tories/conservative social policy…everry damn position that they take and root for, is inevitably meant to cause most offence and fly in the faces of those who must pay to be continually insulted.
    Hard to say when exactly the plug will be pulled-and future generations will ask how we allowed these unelected festering consciences to cloud and shower virtually anything that might prevent us from the EcoNazi/Eurabian/StasiSoviet hellhole that we`re in danger of. Tipped into the landfill as if WE`RE the refuse and not them!
    Lord, we`re dumb to indulge them one day longer than necessary!


  6. hippiepooter says:

    I thought Bachmann’s comments on homosexuality in 2004 were excellent.  What disturbs me is how evasive Michelle Bachmann is.  It’s not the first time I’ve seen her be so evasive to avoid addressing past statements.  She insults people’s intelligence.  I’ve got serious doubts about whether she’d be a better President than Obama.  But then I’m free to opine, Bob Ballard aint.


  7. NotaSheep says:

    At least Anita Anand has taken off her Barack Obama headgear….


  8. fred bloggs says:

    This and the previous subject are really about what is put forward and what is the real story.  i.e. Praise the ethnic communities, condem the EDL for doing the same.  Again i.e. carry on the with party line but ignore the inconvient.

    So we have full backing for following ‘voicemail hacking’ but no mention ever of the ‘Andrew Neather memo’ about the political usage of immigration.  So what is mor important, providing celebs with eveidence so that they can sue NI for compensation; or the planned political/culteral destruction of the the U.K.


  9. London Calling says:

    One would hope Bob Ballard, whoever he is, knows more about sport than he clearly does about politics. And can come up with a more original line than “man the lifeboats” (yawn).
    If not, he seems an ideal candidate to cover the next Presidential for the BBC.


    • hippiepooter says:

      “”man the lifeboats”.

      And *how sexist of him!!

      Watch out Bobby, you might have an ‘Andy Gray moment’ coming!


  10. BBCwaste says:

    Well, we know Anita is partisan… who can forget the beany back in 2008.


  11. Bupendra Bhakta says:

    why doesn’t someone give Kaye Adams a big gig on television? Worked with her a few years back on 5 Live – she’s a brilliant communicator.


    Because she is a heiffer.

    Next question. Bob


    • Asuka Langley Soryu says:

      Television doesn’t cover enough EM bandwidth to accomodate her chin.


  12. cjhartnett says:

    Oh dear.
    A leftie German historian is quite right to argue that “social mobility” was actually on the rise under the Third Reich.
    That this rather misses the point would be our problem…not that of the Baader Meinhof alumni of `68-74.
    All we need now is the Kreuzburg Mufti to pile in and we have ONE issue where the Islamists and the Communards…and the likes of Gotz Aly and Anjem Choudhury could get building that axis of evil they will happily tack up for the BBC and EU types.
    Don`t tell the Beeb will you?


    • David Preiser (USA) says:

      No, no, it’s true.  A number of my relatives were socially mobile during that era, as a direct result of the Third Reich’s social policies.  No prizes for guessing where they were moved to, though.


    • Reed says:

      The Communards? Do those Islamists know little Jimmy is a …..