Monday, August 27, 2007

Save My Auntie Beeb

In the world of global media OUR good ole auntie beeb is up there excelling in public broadcasting in every single area of broadcasting.
It has the largest TV back catalogue in the world and reaches a global audience, It produces ground breaking programmes and employs talent that Hollywood can only dream about. If you think of the top 50 TV programmes of all time you can guarantee most of us would wind up with most being from the BBC. Radio - BBC have always understood radio - and they still produce the largest audiences across every age group and cultural division.



Consider how your 500 channels of commercial TV will look without AUNTIE serving up Dot and Pat - Your TV Licence Keeps AUNTIE alive - training the next generation - presenting amazing new talent - allowing our writers actors and the thousands of support workers it takes to bring it to our screens - ipods radios - computers and phones.

All that for just over a hundred quid a year - FUCKIN BARGAIN !!!!!!!

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