There's a very enjoyable book called "The Last Days of the Beeb", by Michael Leapman. It was published in 1986.
Why be accurate and reasoned about it when you can take on a personal crusade as a culture-war warrior?He's made it up. The BBC guidelines do, expressly, state:
Lineker's lack of contrition suggests to me that he, and his legal team, are very confident he hasn't gone beyond what his contract allows. The fact that Tim Davie has spoken of him in glowing terms, and says that he wants him back in the fold ASAP, would seem to support this assertion.
Then again, perhaps Tavy and Jinx have sight of Gary's contract and know otherwise lol.
Underated sauce that. When I was a kid I'd have the for lunch on toast in the summer holidays as my ma couldn't afford anything else for us. Which is weird because we never had central heating either so you'd have thought she'd have been dripping in cash.And salad cream.
And replace it with what? Sky, UKTV? Seriously I can't understand the problem with the BBC, If its not for you don't watch it, As for the licence, There seems to me there are an awful lot of people who don't pay it and they're not filling up prisons. Or its not the BBC they have a problem with per say, It's just BBC News type stuff?