Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Delighted to see the BBC practicing the diversity it's always preaching

The BBC just got rid of this woman, Kate Shillinglaw (47 or 48, depending on what you read):
And gave her job to this woman...

...who is Charlotte Moore (47, far as I can tell). Kate was the controller of BBC Two, and Charlotte was acting head of BBC One, but the BBC have merged all the channel controller jobs into one portfolio and have added the iPlayer to it, so out goes one woman with long blonde hair in her late forties, to be replaced by another woman with long, blonde hair in her late forties. 

I wouldn't be surprised if "Sir" Lenworth Henry is on the phone to DG Tony Hall at this very moment.


  1. C(hicken) N(oodle) N(etwork)20 January 2016 at 11:02


    Although she is,doubtless, a Leftie , Ms Moore may not appeal to her political soulmate Piers Morgan for reasons of racial preference suggested above.

  2. A very handsome couple of women indeed [ am I allowed to say that or do I now get the midnight knock from one of Hogan Hogan's squads? ]In the interest of balance please publish photographs of Ms Abbot and Ms Orla Guerin [not too recent, please!]

  3. "In the interest of balance please publish photographs of Ms Abbot and..."

  4. Acquitted "British" Saudi22 January 2016 at 00:57

    Merely displaying Ms Abbott's photograph should be considered an anti - White hate crime.

  5. Actually, I think we should publish as many photographs of Orla Guerin and Diane Abbott as possible. It might make testosterone-fuelled would-be migrants think twice about choosing the UK as their preferred destination.

  6. Acquitted "British" Saudi26 January 2016 at 02:00

    That's an interesting idea . A word of caution though re Diane Abbott's photographic propagation : The word (Adeeb) for 'Black' in Arabic is the same word used for 'Slave'.
    Ergo, the rapeugees might conclude that Ms Abbott and her racial cognates will work hard to serve them. Of course, politically, the ficki -fickis may well be correct in this assumption.

  7. Acquitted "British" Saudi26 January 2016 at 02:38

    Erratum : The Arabic word is "Abeed"