Wednesday, March 31, 2010

The Daley (Half Dozen): Wednesday

1. Left Foot Forward agrees with David Cameron on community organisation.
2. Iain Martin on that old Blair magic.
3. The Spectator reports unrest about the selection of Tristram Hunt a Labour candidate in Stoke.
4. Max Atkinson wishes the BBC would do less interpreting.
5. Michael Savage thinks James Purnell won't be regretting his decision.
6. Stephen Glenn thinks Nick Clegg could be PM because, er, Howard Dean says so.

1 comment:

javelin said...

I wish the BBC would do less left wing broadcasting and I think privatisation would be a simple way to acieve that.

My children don't watch TV anymore, neither do their friends. They are all on MSN, facebook, Sims, club penguin, YouTube or the Xbox. But not TV and NOT the BBC.

The BBC is an outdated concept. It needs to be radically deconstructued to nothing. It won't be missed by the next generation.