Outrageous, even by BBC standards. (video, 42:04). Two anti-male presenters, while Neil Lyndon was on a panel of five commentators including Laura Bates, nearest the camera (Neil was the furthest from the camera, his face often obscured by one of the feminists in front of him). Special Snowflake was her customary angry and anxious self – check out her facial expressions, even when she’s not talking – and utterly denying female moral agency, conflicting with the Evening Standard journalist at one point. The whole programme was, of course, a stitch up, Neil facing impossible odds of 6:1, but doing well given the situation. The panel was presented in two rows, three (female) feminists in the front, and behind them Neil Lyndon and a fey young male feminist with flowers in his hair, wittering on about ‘the patriarchy’.
The piece will be on iPlayer for 29 days, we plan to capture it and put it on our YouTube channel in the next few days.