If you think the BBC impartial then watch thisHere's the originalHere's how it should have gone
You'll notice that only the original is still on youtube. That's because the first and the third have been removed with the lame excuse that they violate copyright.
The original is completely BBC made but use clips from Loosechange, thus violating copyright. The other two use BBC clips so they banned them.
It's pretty obvious to anyone with half a brain cell remaining that they removed them because they don't want you seeing them.
List of Director Generals
* Sir John Reith (1927–1938)
* Sir Frederick Ogilvie (1938–1942)
* Sir Cecil Graves and Robert W. Foot (joint Directors-General, 1942–1943)
* Robert W. Foot (1942–1944)
* Sir William Haley (1944–1952)
* Sir Ian Jacob (1952–1959)
* Sir Hugh Greene (1960–1969)
* Sir Charles Curran (1969–1977)
* Sir Ian Trethowan (1977–1982)
* Alasdair Milne (1982–1987)
* Sir Michael Checkland (1987–1992)
* John Birt, Baron Birt (1992–2000)
* Greg Dyke (2000–2004)
* Mark Thompson (incumbent - since June 22, 2004)
The ones not knighted or Lord. i.e. The none establishment flunkies.
Robert W Foot - Joint Director General with Sir Cecil Graves During the war. Never allowed to be DG on his own.
Alasdair Milne. -
As Director-General, Milne was involved with a series of controversies with the British government. Contentious programme making included the impartial reporting of the Falklands War on Newsnight, the Nationwide general election special with Margaret Thatcher in 1983, the coverage of the UK miners' strike (1984–1985), the Real Lives fracas
, the Panorama libel action and its reporting of US bombing of Libya, and the controversy surrounding the programme Secret Society
, which took place in light of MI5's vetting of BBC employees. Forced to resign by the Governors
under pressure from Thatcher.
Milne opposed the vetting of BBC employees by MI5
Asked to resign (sacked) over the Dr David Kelly affair.
Mark Thompson (current DG)
Jesuit trained - Opus Dei.
Thompson refused to allow the broadcast of the Gaza Appeal
designed to raise money for the people of Gaza who were experiencing hardships due to the Zionist invasion of the Gaza strip.
Yes the current BBC Director General is a staunch Zionist, an organisation once declared racist by the United Nations.We're in a lot of trouble
On 1 May 2007, Lyons became Chairman of the BBC Trust., which also carries the title BBC Chairman. He was appointed to the position after Michael Grade left the BBC to become Executive Chairman of rival broadcaster ITV. On 3 August 2007 a House of Lords all-party select committee criticised the way the appointment was handled, saying government ministers had too much influence over his appointment. Lyons dismissed the allegations, pledging "absolute independence and impartiality".
Wha ha ha ha ha ha !!!!!!!!
Eat your heart out Pinocchio.The good old days of the BBCGladio - BBC programme 1992Swamp the BBC with complaints, make em know that we know all about them.