BBC 3 Counties Radio: ‘Sorry Mike, we just ran out of time. Really sorry!’

The 30-minute-long piece on 3 Counties Radio, about the use of sexual history as evidence in court, has just ended. I was called halfway through the piece, and the last contributor – at some length – was Lisa Longstaff of Women Against Rape, the organization we recently reported is coaching women into perverting the course of justice. When the piece was over, I had an apology from a woman working on the show, ‘Sorry Mike, we just ran out of time. Really sorry!’

This wasn’t the first time the BBC have used this tactic, and it won’t be the last.

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About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • This is scandalous, who do we write to complain

    • Thanks, but I (and countless others) know from long experience that complaining to the BBC is an exercise in utter futility.

    • cheannaich

      Perhaps you are making the mistake of thinking that the BBC broadcasts a balanced view of any issues and in so doing allows air time to the pros and cons to any argument.
      This couldn’t be further from the truth. They are a state funded (some would say extortion funded) feminist organisation enthralled to the globalist agenda. Therefore, feminism is automatically good, as are 30 year old ‘child’ migrants. Males are bad and must be pushed to the margins of society.
      Only a matter of time before the likes of the Ched Evans trial ends up in the Supreme Court for clarification.

      • Thanks, but since we launched the party in February 2013 we have pointed to countless examples of the BBC’s feminist / anti-male bias.

  • cheannaich

    Sorry Mike,
    I was trying to reply to J.D.

  • Same problem here with the CBC. Biased programming, biased reporting, biased hiring, on and on it goes. We have to get rid of these state sponsored broadcasters.

  • epistemol

    I tried to phone this programme too.
    Problem No. 1; – the presenter gabbled out the number so fast they had to run it past me three times before I could write it all down.
    I did however, manage to get through eventually, where they asked who I was, where I was, what my question was, and said that they would ring me back.
    They never did.

    So far so normal.

    There is no doubt in my mind that the bbc
    HAS become a feminist mouthpiece, ( amongst other things ).
    Now, I am not saying there is nothing good on it ever, but
    problem No.2,
    I also know that Local Radio is;
    under funded,
    under staffed,
    under talented,
    short of time
    and always has been.

    Apart from that, alright.

    This alone COULD account for the problems with this particular programme.

    Ask me how I know these things…!

    • OK… how do you know these things?

      • epistemol

        I worked there for thirty years

        But I knew things were going down the pan in the 1990s when they started running take your daughters to work days.

        I was a nobody true, but got close enough for long enough to form some opinions.
        Neither was I particularly careful about what said.
        The only reason I lasted as long as I did is because what I thought did not matter.

        Lest it be thought there is too much of an axe to grind, I have to say, to be fair, there were some really very good times working in an industry I then loved too!