Sunday, 17 June 2012
Thursday, 7 June 2012
The BBC has finally acknowledged that its coverage of the Diamond Jubilee was woeful, but some fear that it has overreacted in its response.
The Dimbleby family are also believed to have stepped up their reproductive efforts to ensure a steady supply of Dimblebabies are available to anchor future events.
Meanwhile, Fearne Cotton has been dispatched to keep a 24 hour vigil by Lord
The executive editor in charge of turning the largest flotilla on the Thames since 1662 into a nautical One Show has also been reprimanded. "Ben Weston's handling of this event was abysmal," said Director-General Mark Thompson. "He has been shot."
|Why watch this...|
|... when you could be watching Fearne Cotton|
discuss sick bags with Paloma Faith?