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Sending The BBC To Coventry

by The Participator

Some readers may wonder why we are sending the BBC to Coventry (a city in the Midlands). After all, many of the BBC’s employees were recently moved to Manchester, in the North of England. However we are not suggesting a physical move of the organization here. The phrase “sending someone to Coventry” has a special meaning in the UK, it means to ostracize, not speak to a person. We wish to urge readers to not watch BBC TV programs, and to not listen to BBC radio programs.

HOW TO ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO WATCH ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMS

If you come across a good film/drama/comedy please submit a review in the Reviews (see menu item at the very top of the page). It doesn’t have to be a long wordy review, just give us a rough idea what its about and your rating points out of 10 etc., and a category thriller/romantic comedy etc.. The film etc. should be available currently on a streaming service online (please let us know which one you saw it on).

Its most useful to tell people about those films etc. that you like, rather than those you wouldn’t recommend to others. However if you desperately want to write something scathing about a film etc. that really annoyed you, then feel free to vent your rage in a comment here.

HOW TO NOT PAY YOUR LICENCE FEE

There is some advice for those who wish to not pay their TV licence. It can be a frightening experience with threatening letters and a knock at the door. This site is dedicated to helping people through the experience:

TV LICENCE RESISTANCE

They also have a forum where people share their frustrations about BBC bias.

WHAT DO YOU THINK?

Perhaps you feel passionately that the BBC should be allowed to continue to bully UK citizens into paying for the heavily biased BBC’s output, or perhaps you agree with us. Either way, please leave a comment below (remember if you want to recommend a film/drama etc. please use the menu item at the top of the page as indicated).

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