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"Same as PRAVDA"

A review of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire by Willis written on Tuesday 30th of January 2007


What is the difference between the BBC (now) and PRAVDA

in the communist days. I can't see one. They are both mouthpieces of the state. They broadcast what they want you to know. Not what you want to know. It is very difficult to find an unbiased news broadcaster. Skye's useless, though marginally better than the beeb.

Look at Jeremy Paxman. Time was he would tear any politician to shreds. He now massages their toes and other bits with his tongue. Sad days for us all, especially my children. But I am educating them, as best I can. .

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