It occupies the sharpest brains at News Corporation, but such is the TV savvy stored up at Biased BBC, the bias-hunting boys nailed it in a few minutes today: What will drive more people to Sky's digital service?
Set the scene for us, Martin...
sky invested billions in the technology, the BBC invest in Cocaine.
So that's why the Beeb chose White City…
Get your flotation devices ready, here's PacificRising:
If the BBC could be purged of it's LibLeft cocain addicted Islingtonite lentil munchers then it might be worth reforming
Don't forget the rent boys...
otherwise it should be broken up,
It's kinder in the end.
as much as I would miss "The Sky at Night", "Something Understood" and the "Moral Maze".
I think we all would.
Fresh from his 24-hour war on terror, here's Jack Bauer with a message from our sponsors:
talking Sky At Night (one of the few BBC self-generated shows I enjoy), have you a Sky subscription?
Alas no. What is this Sky of which you speak, Jack?
They have about a 1000 channels. Some of them seem to be put together by one man and his dog.
That would be the Sheepdog Service. Sponsored by Rover.
Patrick Moore could start the SKY AT NIGHT channel ... all SAN all the time.
How absolutely fascinating.
Seriously, those Beeboidhead fanatics who want to force the rest us to pay for their fanaticism have a mindset locked into 1955 and the Politburo
It's the missile parades on May Day which give them away.
It's like they don't even know about the most revolutionary changes to the media since Gutenberg.
Someone's got to tell them, and Jack, you're our only hope. Start with newspapers and work your way up to radio. I'll try to explain TV but it'll be tough. And don't dare confuse them with the web.
What do you reckon, Martin?
The Sky at night is an interesting programme.
If I understand Sir Patrick correctly, Biased BBC is actually located at the heart of the Crab Nebula.
The BBC have tolerated the politically incorrect non dumbed down show for 50 years.
There you go: Zero commitment. Typical BBC!
Show done by mostly white males (yuk) and not a lesbian or Muslim in sight.
Bit like that other unloved offspring, Top Gear.
The BBC are probably waiting for Moore to kick the bucket so they can do to it what they did to Country File, turn it into a townie politically correct climate change love fest.
A tough call for a programme about the universe. But the bastards'll die trying.
Welcome back, PacificRising, how are you finding consumer choice in TV land?
I haven't got a Sky subscription because I was worried about the kids being distracted from their schoolwork by the Disney Channel.
Least of your worries. CBBC is like crack to our brood.
But if Patrick Moore had a slot on Sky I would reconsider.
Apparently it's their next big marketing campaign. Once we all tire of sport.