October 18th, 2012

Breaking: Panorama Running Savile Newsnight Report Monday


  1. 1
    BBC Waste says:

    Excellent news. Perhaps we’ll see the back of Entwistle, Rippon and Boaden all at once after all.


    • 4
      Selohesra says:

      Don’t tell me the lovely Angela Rippon is involved as well


      • 7
        Chopper says:

        ‘Rippa’ Rippon, as she was know throughout her reign of terror…


      • 9
        Anonymous says:

        savile the cleaner of shit for our most protected royalty
        (businessman Prince Charles, freebie Andy and their marital woes) and

        savile the creator of shit for those least unprotected. That’s a force based world for you. ends matter but not the means.


        • 12
          Esther McVey says:

          Will Tory Teddy Edward Heath feature ?


          • Anonymous says:

            who knows but everyone is off the hook, except the DG.

            Businessman and philanthropist Prince Charles in the firing line though. Did he write any enabling letters to any state institutions since 2008? We are living in a new world since then, are we not?


        • 49
          Anonymous says:

          least protected


      • 20
        Angie RippemOff. says:

        My solicitor says I was abused and my whole life has been a mental distress causing me to suffer flashbacks that continue to ruin my pension years.

        My claim against the BBC ‘who let this happen’ is in the hands of my solicitor who also has put a claim in for the distress caused to him by this case.


    • 22

      And the ghastly Inglish.


    • 28
      ed martin says:

      and the cost of this will be?


  2. 2
    The British aBusing Channel - (we're funded by the plebs) says:

    On second thoughts we might have to cancel that – I’m sure we can find a good reason – oh yes, – Syria! We need an in-depth report.


  3. 3
    Andrew "Untenable" Mitchell says:

    Put up or shut up,you waste of space,Dave.

    The government has yet to confirm a pledge by Prime Minister David Cameron that energy firms will be forced to offer customers their lowest tariffs.

    Mr Cameron made the surprise announcement on Wednesday at prime minister’s questions.

    But a minister summoned to the Commons to explain what the PM meant said the details had still to be worked out.


  4. 5
    BBC Spokes person,thing...whatever is the acceptable term these days says:

    The report concludes that Murdoch and his newspapers didn’t do enough to highlight the issues at the BBC.


    • 27
      tottenham chutzpah says:

      and the investication will be carried out by the south yorkshire police


    • 34
      Leftard says:

      Yeth! Thurely the motht important quethtion is how muth Murdoch knew!

      Tom Waththon will get to the bottom of thith!

      The BBthee ith jutht too importhant to be implicathed in any other way.


  5. 6
    Terrible But True says:

    ‘Huge problem for Entwistle who’s at Culture Cttee Tues’

    Possibly. Rather depends if he’s aware of it too, surely?


    • 8
      Tristram Smallbore-ffipps junior says:

      Not really. I’m pretty sure Entwhistle will have been shown the BBC files on each member of the committee.


  6. 10
    Fish says:

    How TF can the BBC run this in light of two Independent Inquiries about to start? The words of Patten and the DG have already tainted the outcome, HIGNFW and Humphreys and others have piled in also. Now this.

    Hand’s up all of those that trust the ‘worlds most trusted broadcaster’


  7. 11
    LouLou the Bag Lady says:

    Oh, nuts! I knew I should have waited just a little longer! I mean, what’s better for the image of a devoted mother in politics than to be seen trying to find out why a show on a man who targeted children was scrapped!


  8. 13
    Broadcasting Louse says:

    Panorama set to broadcast on Monday investigation into dropped Newsnight Savile film.”

    Eh? Hasn’t a bloke called Pollard been appointed by the BBC to investigate this?
    Are Panorama undermining the BBC’s own investigation? Yes, I think they are.
    Panorama will find that all was tickety boo, but with hindsight could have been done a little bit better but not much.


    • 15
      Anonymous says:

      Yup, ‘We got our kiddie-fiddling about right’, thats the normal resonse – althoiugh they may criticise Jim for not playing with enough ethnic minority kids.


      • 32
        Anonymous says:

        ethnic minority have possessive families.
        is that better or the world of state sponsered and establishment enabled kiddie fiddlers?


    • 16
      The Last of the Few says:

      I will betcha it gets binned for that very reason………..low and behold the BBC can not be held to account and the results of their own enquiry is JS was manipulative, lying cheating and the BBC could not have known what he was up to.

      There ya go thats 100 million of tax payers money saved !!!


    • 37
      genghiz the kahn says:

      NIck Pollard “has worked for BBC Radio News, BBC TV News, and, for 13 years, ITN where he was Executive Producer of News at Ten. Most recently he was Head of Sky News for 10 years from 1996 to 2006, scooping four RTS ‘News Channel of the Year’ Awards in a row and winning two BAFTAS for Best News Coverage.


      All fair and above board, above suspicion etc, and Robert’s my uncle and Fanny’s my aunt.


  9. 14
    ed martin says:

    its just more low-cost TV – on the journos’ favourite subject – themselves



  10. 18
    Larry the Lamb Kabbab says:

    Baa Baa Black Sheep…..


  11. 19
    Mornington Crescent says:

    The BBC investigates the BBC. Well, I’m mightily reassured.


    • 24
      ed martin says:

      could there be anything more painstaking, objective and worthy of the licence fee?


    • 30
      Coverup in Toytown says:

      With our terminally corrupt political class, any investigation will go nowhere fast once big political names start cropping up.


  12. 21
    jimmy Savile says:

    Can’t wait to see all them shy retiring pufftas in the hard nosed teams blubbing about how “scared of old Jimmy” they were.



  13. 29
    ed martin says:

    wots Emu got to say about all of this?

    (no not that EMU – Emu – silly)


  14. 31
    marvin TPA says:

    I think you ought to know I’m feeling very depressed about all of this


    • 35
      Broadsword calling Danny Boy says:

      Come on Marv cheer up.

      There’s another instalment of pigs in the expenses trough coming up, followed by Chris, Bekah and Charlie explaining it’s all a great big mistake to the judges.

      Just get in a crate of your favourite tipple, pleny of popcorn and nachos and enjoy the stuck up big heads getting it where it hurts.


  15. 38
    The very same Panorama that had its award taken away for fake documentary says:

    Panorama is shyte!


  16. 39
    Mocked up sweatshop says:

    A platform to distort the truth.


  17. 42
    Gordon Brown (advisor to BBC) says:

    It all started in America. With that Rock around the clock music.


  18. 44
    blub says:

    Radio 1 and TOTP – happy happy light entertainment or a big dirty secret from the past which would mess up the PBC’s back catalogue if revealed?


  19. 46
    Beeboid says:

    Don’t worry this programme has been re-edited and overhauled so we look completely innocent.


  20. 47
    anon says:

    Entwhistle while you don’t work


  21. 48
    anon says:

    their all a bunch of criminals


  22. 50
    8illy 8owden, the world's greatest umplre says:

    Michael Crick…


  23. 51
    Watt Tyler says:

    Why has no one yet questioned who at the highest levels allowed Savile to do his evil deeds? Who was the minister responsible for children’s homes and mental institutions who allowed Savile to gain entrance to them?

    Expect a BBC / Establishment whitewash. Here’s why:

    MUST-SEE VIDEOS: Jimmy Savile Paedophile? What about the Paedophilia, Child Abuse, and Child Kidnapping by the State and Government?



  24. 53
    Savile's Travails says:

    Pop will eat itself. And the BBC also.


  25. 55

    The BBC should be investigating St John International head office in London. St John International in London are currently pulling out all the stops in order to present awards to two members of the St John New Zealand paedophile gang. The awards are to be presented by the Queen’s representative in NZ, the Governor General.



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