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LDVideo … 'British papers are rubbish' special edition | Stephen Tall

LDVideo … ‘British papers are rubbish’ special edition

by Stephen Tall on January 9, 2010

Welcome to this latest LDVideo instalment, featuring three video clips this week united by a common theme – the general uselessness of British newspapers and their inability to report facts.

First up, we have this classic clip from iconic 1980s’ political comedy, Yes, Prime Minister, in which Jim Hacker explains to the civil service who reads the British newspapers:


(Also available on YouTube here).

Secondly, here’s Stephen Fry’s QI – in Call My Bluff mode – exploding a few of the Euro myths peddled by the right-wing media:


(Also available on YouTube here).

And finally, Mock The Week’s Russell Howard gives a rundown of today’s press (caution: some rude words – avert your ears if easily offended):


(Also available on YouTube here).

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by Stephen Tall on January 10, 2010 at 2:55 am. Reply #

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