Friday, 4 December 2009

Speaking of Jim…

WELL we know you weren’t, but a few BBC insiders are beginning to ask why Jim is getting so much airtime. He holds no mandate any more, yet seems to be on the Nolan Show and other outlets every time a show needs someone to wind up the audience. Should he be treated like another member of the public and not be called seeking comment. Then again he is the leader of a political party…of sorts.

1 comment:

Chopin said...

The BBC are a shambles.

They don't give any such air time to the Alliance or the Green party and they've actually got elected MLAs.