Owen Clegg of the BBC World service radio sent me this audio of my interview with them [after only sending me the audio from my remarks]. The producer described the interview this way:
We’re keen to discuss your ad campaign in New York and Washington and the legal challenges it faces. This would be for Newsday, the flagship breakfast news and current affairs programme for the World Service - we are the world's biggest radio breakfast show. Forty-three million listen to our English-language output with more than ten million of that audience in the United States. The BBC World Service, which started broadcasting in 1932, has a global audience of 145 million.
So 145 million people allegedly heard this. Listen: BBC interview with Pamela Geller: NY sign sequence
I did not get the opportunity to respond to Hamas-CAIR or the other libelists. Notice the discussion -- only with Hamas-CAIR, proving once again the systemic, institutionalized anti-semitism of the BBC. I heard none of the conversation. The BBC needs to hear from you, politely:
UPDATE: I should have mentioned that the BBC snake sent me this first: Download Pamela Geller. I had to press him for the whole segment. So they know that what they are doing is biased and wrong.
Why does a Hamas group get a free pass in national and international media?
If UK Atlas teaders have other BBC email addresses, please leave them in the comments section. They must be called out on their Goebbels-style "journalism."
UPDATE: Thanks to Fern:
Address: BBC Broadcasting House, london, W1A 1AA
Reception: (020) 7240 3456
Studio: (01449) 609000
Studio text: 077 86 20 20 06
Website - bbc.co.uk/worldservice/
Studio e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook page: bbcworldservice https://www.facebook.com/bbcworldservice
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Steve Martin: Business development manager, West and Southern Africa : firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Horrocks: Director : email@example.com
Murray Holgate: Station Manager : firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Koch: Head of News : email@example.com
Mark Crossley: Journalist : firstname.lastname@example.org
Jackie Leonard: Presenter : email@example.com
Lyse Doucet: Presenter
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Carrie Gracie: Presenter
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