Biased BBC has two languages all of its own. One is the legendary Advanced Vance™, a dialect spoken largely by its leader, David Vance.
The other is an odd collection of words and catchphrases, most of them common to other grumpy mad right-wing fresh, alternative blog sources, but with the occasional newly coined bon mot.
The most common word in this patois is Beeboid. Today, puppy-dog keen poster Paddy has published his draft definition. With lexicograpy this good, an entry in the Oxford English Dictionary cannot be far away.
1.Member of BBC staff (Family or supporter) charicteristically anti capitalist, anti christian, anti semitic, anti american, anti science, anti tory anti western anti US republican, anti family anti royalist anti british anti murdoch anti private sector anti war anti british army anti RAF anti royal navy anti soldier sailor or airman,pro taleban, pro terrorist (IRA or islamist)pro communist pro green pro choice pro gay pro chavez pro palestinian pro castro/cuba pro al gore multiculturist pro union internationalist pro european obama obsessed pro US democrat pro alternative medicine pro islam anti democratic elitist luddite. Typically only reads the guardian usually ex member of swp or CND red wedge anti nazi league
2. Brainwashed member of the public blind to the above.
assoc. words see: Guardianista, Islington luvie, artschool trot.
derived from Beeb or BBC :anachronistic throw back to the 1950s when paternalist propoganda was encouraged on state monopolistic broadcaster. Now has no real role but remains the propaganda arm or the labour party/union movement/ green/extreme islam
Couldn't have put it better myself. Though the bit about having no real role might come as a bit of a surprise to the huge number of people enjoying, oooh, Top Gear, Radio 2, Today, Cranford, Chris Moyles, The Apprentice, Strictly Come Dancing, Have I Got News For You, Attenborough, East Enders and The Thick Of It. To name a few.