Thursday, January 29, 2004


With the resignation of BBC Director Greg Dyke, has the resignations "Dyke" opened? Will we be finally rid of Andrew "Sexed Up" Gilligan? Who else will resign? And get this (from the Guardian):
And in a dramatic sequence of events, the acting chairman Lord Ryder issued an "unreserved apology" for the "errors" of the past six months.

Mr Dyke's departure has come as a body blow to the corporation that he had led for the last four years. Staff caught on camera in the scrum that engulfed Mr Dyke as he left Broadcasting House at lunchtime today were seen wiping away tears as he read his statement.
Poor staffers. And Lord Ryder's apology should be addressed to Mr. Blair personally.

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