Sunday, 13 September 2015


The way it goes in the UK, is that the Tories bully and threaten our BBC until it nearly rolls over and plays dead. Tells it to stick to heritage dramas.

So what does the BBC do? It does what any wonderful creative thing does in the face of acute oppression. It puts on a series of literary heritage dramas, as 'told' to, and tonight we have had An Inspector Calls, by J B Priestly, the most moving and damning exposure and indictment of the whole careless lot of them ever written!

And this the first day of our new politics with just elected Labour Leader, Jeremy Corbyn.

Another three cheers for our treasured BBC.  And well done and good luck to Jeremy!

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