BBC WS history show yet again promotes political narrative

This is a cross-post from BBC Watch.

The subject matter of programmes in the BBC World Service radio history series ‘Witness‘ is often tied to an anniversary on or around the time of broadcast. That, however, was not the case in the programme’s October 4th edition – titled “Israel Withdraws From Gaza“.

Unusually, presenter Mike Lanchin travelled to the Gaza Strip to make a programme less than nine minutes long and also produced a filmed version which appeared on the BBC News website’s Middle East page on October 4th under the title “‘My house was occupied by Israeli soldiers’“.

In the audio version listeners heard a significant amount of commentary from Lanchin himself, much of which was inaccurate and failed to provide them with the full story.

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  1. Farmer the fake, who has his ‘posts’ written for him, is unable to tell the difference between the Balfour Declaration and the League of Nations Treaties and Mandates.
    Ask whoever writes your ‘posts’ to read the original article, before they give you a set response to ‘copy and paste’. They, by demonstrating their own inability to comprehend English and ignorance, only succeed in making a complete a##ehole of Farmer the fake.