Read this: The Guardian view on the BBC chair: selfless public servant wanted
Summary: Yet it is the delicate mechanism of BBC governance - the manner in which its director general is supported and made accountable, and the BBC's independence is upheld - on which depends the bounty that the public, in Britain and beyond, enjoys. What has sustained the BBC since 1922 is the fact that it is a public, not a state, broadcaster. - www.theguardian.comwww.theguardian.comThe Guardian view on the BBC chair: self…
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Unfortunately, the BBC IS (underlined) a State broadcaster, albeit private and not public. Witness the comparison between the attitude toward. Scotland and towards the Union. Professor John Robertson has tirelessly examined the BBC output in such cases and has demonstrated the unrelenting bias.
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