On Wednesday the 12th of September I read in the Telegraph about a forthcoming BBC Panorama programme to come our soon called 'Trouble on the Estate'.
It depicts the disfunctional life on a particular estate in Blackburn but the article explains how the BBC has been bias in its coverage and has exclude any of the normal life on the estate and concentrates on the bad.
This is bias reporting pure and simple and the estate is apparently up in arms about the production.
The BBC has of course defended the programme and says it needs to be watched before commenting.
However if the reporting is bias then the viewing public will not be making a judgement on the programme based on seeing two sides of the story.
The BBC has bias in its DNA.