The subsequent half-hour consists of business and sport updates presented from within the News channel studio by one of the News Channel presenters. In london, respectful BBC presenters talk calmly to articulate israeli politicians, spokesmen and apologists in suits in studios; from palestine comes the bad-quality, broken voice on a dusty wire from some wreckage of a town.
I waited in my office for maybe an hour and a half before Milner came to say Pauline and the deputy chairman, Richard Ryder, wanted to see me. Perhaps BBC arts was not aware before their team arrived that many ancient arab monuments had already been besieged, shelled, violated, ransacked, bulldozed, and in many cases closed to their worshippers and their inheritors by israel's occupying army.
Director-generals come and go; but there is no greater betrayal of BBC principles than to fold under political pressure, particularly from the government of the day. There is a simulcast of the It has to be said that they are all used far more sparingly than the importance of crisis demands.
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Jeremy Paxmanwho went on to present Newsnight inwas relief newsreader from 10 September. HTM Former BBC middle east correspondent Watching a peculiarly crass, inaccurate and condescending programme about the endangered historical sites of "Israel" - that is to say, the israeli-occupied palestinian territories - on BBC2 in early june1 I determined to try to work out, as a former BBC middle east correspondent, why the corporation has in the past two and a half years been failing to report fairly the most central and lasting reason for the troubles of the region: It must also be pointed out that no decent journalist would have any dealings with real anti-semitism - it is the false, blanket charge of anti- semitism and the obsessive fear of incurring it that actually devalues the currency of language and paradoxically assists real anti- semitism.
He did his job well.
The edition of the programme replaced The World, which had been broadcast as a simulcast on the channel between and They are repeatedly bamboozled by israel's performers. Palestine is still the issue, carlton tv, She was upset by the lack of coverage of the Countryside March in September probably the only march she'd ever been on.
More Technology of Business. BBC World's on-air design was changed significantly on 3 Aprilbringing it closer to the look of its sister channel in the UK which was then known as BBC News 24, the on-air look of which had been redesigned in The British government refused to fund to the new television service using grant-in-aid.
I had no idea what to say. Richard told me he hadn't expressed a view but was reporting the views of the rest. And the definition of personal data has been extended to include extra categories such as your computer's IP address or your genetic make-up -.
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