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Channel 4 News Last Night, In Contrast To The Beeb

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What a refreshing change.

Interesting that he stated that in 2005 and 2008 the BoE and govt. stepped in to prop up the market, but that they couldn't really do anything this time.

Hats off to C4.

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Hi all,

In contrast to the Beeb, Channel 4 news put together a good package last night, including a quote from PricedOut (which is nice to see).

Watch the clip here

There is another clip in which Faisal Islam gives some good analysis of a "monster drop"

Cheers

JJ

ah, the paradox of the proto marxist newsroom editors who `own` property - publish and be bankrupted, but Lord Snooty will get the blame so is it a price worth paying?

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Faisal Islam, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Nick Robinson and Paul Mason are the only reporters / journalists I pay any attention to. They actually deliver analysis. The others read out press releases.

It was an excellent segment.

Edit: And, of course, the Keiser Report on RT (Freeview). ;)

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EA nonsense: price reductions because we are having to be "more realistic", prices having to come down but that's not an indication of a falling market (even though the studio chart shows we are now back to 2005 prices).

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The German example is great for chopping down the flailing arguments of VIs.

Most maddening thing is that the wider public and mainstream media do not rationally and objectively look at the myriad of deep seated problems it causes from the ruining of UK family life to our ever dwindling lure of our expensive work force........all so we pay banks more.

Am dreaming now of an hour long documentary on this. Would be bloody easy to make. Anyone have any contacts in TV production???? After all it is a pretty bloody relevant topic and underpins the direction of the last 10 years and the next 10 years of the UK.

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Hi all,

In contrast to the Beeb, Channel 4 news put together a good package last night, including a quote from PricedOut (which is nice to see).

Watch the clip here

There is another clip in which Faisal Islam gives some good analysis of a "monster drop"

Cheers

JJ

could you u/l to youtube?

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The German example is great for chopping down the flailing arguments of VIs.

Most maddening thing is that the wider public and mainstream media do not rationally and objectively look at the myriad of deep seated problems it causes from the ruining of UK family life to our ever dwindling lure of our expensive work force........all so we pay banks more.

Am dreaming now of an hour long documentary on this. Would be bloody easy to make. Anyone have any contacts in TV production???? After all it is a pretty bloody relevant topic and underpins the direction of the last 10 years and the next 10 years of the UK.

Try a program like Dispatches on facebook or twitter.

Channel 4 don't take program ideas direct

http://help.channel4.com/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBCGI.EXE/,/?St=8,E=0000000000015299914,K=561,Sxi=0,VARSET_PA=TV,PROBLEM=496,CASE=810

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