BBC Bias? Two short case studies

The report by Lord Wilson of Dinton, the former Cabinet Secretary, into the corporation’s output on the European Union found that it was inadequate and perceived to be biased. His findings also confirmed the shortcomings in terms of reporting standards, training and presentation that had been outlined in former BBC managing director of Broadcast Ron Neil’s review of standards. And they, in effect, endorsed the criticisms made by Lord Hutton in his report on the events leading to the death of Dr David Kelly.


Kathy Gyngell, David Keighley - Thursday, 27th October, 2005