Post by Nick Odell Post by Peter Withey
Apropos Jeremy Howe, I have just been listening to The Falklands Play,
from Radio 4 in 2002. That was directed by Jeremy Howe and was rather
Yes, it was good. An example of the BBC's dishonesty can be got from
that web page. Here's a bit:
"The BBC commissioned the TV play from writer Ian Curteis in 1986, but
notoriously shelved it for 16 years because of its pro-Thatcher stance
ahead of a general election."
If it was thought to be pro-Thatcher and due to be broadcast just before
a general election, then that would be a reason (good, bad or
indifferent, I wouldn't know) to delay its broadcast until after the
election. But how does one account for _16_ years?