TOP GEAR STALLS
Overseas buyers are annoyed the new Top Gear – once the BBC’s most successful global brand – isn’t producing its promised number of episodes.
BBC boss Tony Hall’s derided reorganisation of the BBC limps on, with Helen Boaden hinting her top radio job will eventually go to James Purnell.
WORLD OF HYPE
Despite the dodgy tactics and outlandish claims, the Leave camp in the EU referendum is PR Week’s pick as ‘campaign of the month’.
Murdoch critics jump ship in disgust as News Corporation buys Wireless Group – but not TalkRadio’s George Galloway, who clocks in as usual.
PLUS: Ad Nauseam, Dumb Britain, Desperate Business, Malgorithms & more.
In This Issue
Sun Shines on Brexit Britain! Daily Mail Exclusive… David Davis Hails Trade Deal With Narnia…
Lives of the Saints No 94: Mother Theresa… Why Didn’t Police Have More Guns, Laments NRA… We Must Protect Turkish Democracy – or Else, Says Erdogan… UK to Teach Chinese Maths: Sample Questions from Tiananmen Square…
‘I’ve Always Admired Theresa’ Say All Tories… More Golfers Pull Out of Rio Over Wealth Concerns…
Sarah Ferguson’s Diary, as told to Craig Brown
- The Headmistress writes… Meet the new head at St Theresa’s
- Spending $pree: MoD flashes the cash before the £ falls even further
- PLUS: Chilcot round-up; Dr B Ching on Govia’s Southern bellends; & more!
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