Following current instances of bias within the BBC’s flagship Newsnight & Panorama programmes’ protection of the federal government’s dealing with of Covid-19, we talk about whether or not the BBC stays a power for good or is now extra damaging.
Becoming a member of Peter Whittle to debate the difficulty of #BBCBias on this week’s #NCFCounterCulture are:
* Charles Moore, official biographer of Margaret Thatcher and former editor of The Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph and The Spectator;
* Rafe Heydel-Mankoo of the New Tradition Discussion board, historian, writer and broadcaster
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