This morning deadly dull edition of the Today programme featured another double-debate, this time between Polly Toynbee of The Guardian an ex-head of the Centre for Policy Studies Ruth Lea. The latter was on the end of a bad telephone line and kept apologising for not being able to hear - so all Sarah Montague 's interruptions went for nothing, as Ruth couldn't hear them! Polly got the first and the last word.
Sarah Montague's interview with Labour's Douglas Alexander contained no interruptions.
That's about as interesting as the programme got.
'Anti-capitalist'/Green protesters in Copenhagen were heard from in a report from Tom Fielden. They were not challenged (except by the Danish police!!). John Humphrys later interviewed the Bolivian 'climate change' negotiator Angelica Navarro, without challenging her either.
The BBC are often guilty of bias by omission
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