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BOADEN CATALOGUE
Tony Hall’s BBC reorganisation drags on as director of radio Helen Boaden, offered a meaningless title, insists senior roles should be formally ‘boarded’.

ARTSNIGHT & ELBOW
Consigning Artsnight to an even more marginal Friday night slot confirms BBC2’s total lack of enthusiasm for arts programming.

A LIDDLE LIGHT FICTION
Why the name Rod Liddle springs to mind as a BBC hack publishes a novel featuring a revolting editor and a fictional version of the Today programme.

SPOT THE BALLS-UP
As Euro 2016 prepares to kick off, the new £5m Mars advert for the footie-fest bears an unfortunate resemblance to Carlsberg’s Euro effort.

PLUS: Ad Nauseam, Dumb Britain, Desperate Business, Malgorithms & more.

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