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Now it is time for a Newswatch. Welcome to Newswatch.
Does he need to be in TF? -- Kiev. And some viewers have already heard
enough about Oscar Pistorius. It has been a week where the
impartiality of the BBC in reporting on Ukraine has been lost according
to some viewers. There has been a feeling that there
has been a simplistic portrayal of Russia as the baddies and the West
as the goodies. presence of Hugh Edwards in Kiev.
First we are going to go to Downing Street...
This gave rise to scores of complaints.
invitation to discuss this. Instead they gave this statement.
was your objection? The same as has been said earlier. Why parachute in
a high-profile presenter when four weeks we have been seeing all the
information from Kiev from reporters on the ground? It seems like a waste
of money and resources. In the BBC statement they say that he gave
extra insight. Where that was I do not know. I watched him on the
prime-time news. I did not watch the other programmes. Obviously those
programmes go out anyway. Surely they have teams doing that work
every day of the week. Why did we need ten parachuted in?
One argument I can imagine newsmakers giving is that if you
look at other news organisations, they sent anchors out to Kiev. They
may well think it is a statement to the audience that this is an
important story. We audience understand a lot of
things. We do not have too been led by the nose to look at a news
programme. We watch it. We take it in. We do not need someone with a
high profile for two days only to tell us that this is a high-profile
story. The reporters already on the ground in Kiev would have had a huge
workload. Can you see the case for additional support? When I watched
the news programmes I was watching I did not see him relieving pressure
on those guys, particularly the guy reporting on the Ukrainian navy.
What would your message be to the BBC bosses about this? There is no
need to send someone to an area to cover a link when they can do that
quite adequately from London with the same people, saving themselves a
lot of money. The BBC has to save ?100 million. Spending money sending
teams for two days around the world does not make any sense to me. Thank
you so much. Let us know your thoughts about
that. Let us know your thoughts indeed about any aspect of BBC News.
You have been giving us your thoughts on the trial of Oscar
Pistorius. And also on the Academy awards.
We have got lots of the stars arriving. Paul McCartney. Everyone
has been talking about British success. Gravity taking the lion 's
share of the awards. One viewer was not swept up in all
the excitement. court case that has prominently
featured on BBC news all week. We can now see live inside the
courtroom. No close-ups of Oscar Pistorius are allowed. How do you
plead? Not guilty. Through in-depth analysis and live
coverage on the BBC website... And you can catch up on the first day of
the trial at 7:30pm... Before the first morning was over we
had been contacted by a viewer. came rolling in.
That may well be a topic we return to. In the meantime: Captions.
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