The answer my friends was blowin' in the wind


Back in July 2011 – pre Savile, Newsnight, Entwistle et alOn An Overgrown Path asked the question 'BBC Radio 3 - whose hand is on the balance control?' Now both an expert independent inquiry and the Commons Public Accounts Committee have separately reached the fairly obvious conclusion that there is no hand on the balance control at the BBC.

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mahlerman said…
Whilst taking nothing away from the sadness of learning, via the BBC today, that a heavy-metal guitarist called Mike Scaccia has died (on stage) at the age of 47, is it not sad for us all that two of the greatest voices of our age should pass away on successive days recently, with nary a word from the maw of our national broadcaster?

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