14 Responses to GO EAST…

  1. Span Ows says:

    Pap begats pap…not that I will ever watch it but I wouldn’t mind betting it creeps in every day if you watch and listen closely.


  2. Demon says:

    A bit like the Archers a few years back (not too long after Blair was annointed PM) when they apparently had cast members spout some extremely pro-government guff. I don’t remember all the details as I don’t listen to it but it was some government initiative that real farmers were up-in-arms about, but in Ambridge they all explained to their listeners how this new policy was going to be so “helpful for struggling farmers”, although the reality was the opposite as Labour hates country folk as they tend to vote Conservative, and the new policy was meant to punish them for having the audacity to not follow the BBC instructions. Pure pro-Labour propaganda.


  3. Nick says:

    I find it hard these days, to watch or listen to any BBC broadcast, they infuriate me so much. Trouble is, ITV is for babies and Channel 4 is just like the BBC. F*** the licence fee and throw your telly out the window.


    • Wayne X says:

      Chase the Fox. It’s more fun and upsets the Greens.


    • Mice Height says:

      I did, and feel much better for it.
      With so much – and such varied – free information at your finger tips, what’s the point of contributing £145 to a bloated left-wing propaganda machine.


    • Old Goat says:

      Couldn’t agree more – the radios in my French paysant home/chateau are largely tuned to Classic FM. Broadcasting doesn’t get much better than that.

      I tend to listen to a bit of Radio 4 (usually Toady), just so that I know what you are all talking about…


    • Scrappydoo says:

      I can not watch or listen without wondering which one of the BBC’s pet subjects is about to be aired. The tail wags the dog, the agenda controls what type of programs are made and what messages are woven into the programs. More and more people will switch off. The BBC may find out too late that we have all had more than enough.


  4. johnnythefish says:

    I’m missing something here as I’m unable to play the clip. What’s it about?


  5. chrisH says:

    Incorrigible rent-a -leftie crap.
    Product placement at the BBC is endemic-and well spotted.
    Well worth checking the BBC for this ongoing propaganda.


  6. Phobic-ist says:

    BBC TV and radio drama has now become so riddled with right-on PC leftie crap that I feel a real sense of nausea when I stumble onto it (by accident)! Only way forward for me is internet radio with minimal or no inane wittering and massive choice of music. Who needs a telly?


  7. smell the glove says:

    How come there were no riots in Eastenders last summer.