Dialect – Former BBC governor 1970s-80s Stella Clarke
plus review of banned documentary Unlawful Killing (2011) about the death of Princess Diana
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Former governor of the BBC between the mid 1970s and mid 1980s Stella Clarke explains what it was like as one of the first women on the BBC board. She compares the BBC then and now and shares her reaction the the Savile scandal. Stella’s also worked extensively in public housing and was proud to say that when, in the mid 1970s she left public housing there was no housing waiting list at all!
Jason and Tony discuss Keith Allen’s film about the ‘Unlawful Killing’ of Princess Diana which has been banned in Britain since it was made in 2011. Censorship of such an important subject where Diana predicted the exact manner of her death in a car accident. Henri Paul only had 2 glasses of wine, six motorbikes that killed Diana were not Paparazzi. Diana’s death compared to JFK assassination: ‘White Fiat Uno’ and ‘Grassy Knoll’.
Leveson new laws on Press regulation coming up.