What you are about to read is all on the BBC yes the real £3.5 Biliion pound licence fee funded BBC face book page.
Jon Gripton is the head honcho that was sent to Jersey to retire at an out post why because of his moral ethics maybe ? He would have been more use to the BBC licence payer if he had actually retired, rather than messing up a poor and close to useless BBC local station even further by scrapping the phone in when he turned up for work. Yes it was sometimes boring but at least gave the people a voice, even Bridgett God bless her. I digress sorry.
The colours of the local BBC are nailed to the mast in a couple sentences in Jersey found on its own Facebook page below.. A bigger more formal investigation is taking place by the Met. in the UK. Jersey will have its own.
The BBC Jersey says…………………….. on its face book page,
Question asked by BBC Jersey
Morning, Chris here. Talking about Jimmy Savile today. More people are making allegations of child abuse against him. BUT is it right to drag all this up now that he's dead and can't defend himself - especially as there are claims it could damage the charities which his legacy benefits?
Read it carefully. The above question from the Jersey branch of the British Broadcasting Corporation.
Paul Bentley I think the BBC , in asking this question, have got it very wrong.
Especially as it looks like they were covering it up.
5 hours ago via mobile · 3..
Trevor Richomme Yes you are right there Paul, the good old BBC have got a lot wrong on child abuse. They have pushed the Government Line over here now for over 4 years that it wasn't as bad as a couple of silly cops were saying & now they are getting proved WRONG. Ware is this going to end. The BBC should start being truthful & not just saying what our Government want them to tell us.
4 hours ago via mobile · 1.
Jon S Haworth Surprised we haven't heard from Noel Edmonds. They used to share Top of the Pops.
4 hours ago..
BBC Jersey Our question was clumsy, and we are in no way dismissive of abuse victims. Radio Jersey interviewed one of Savile's alleged victims on air this week, and continues to investigate the aspects of the case pertaining to the island. Today on air we looked at the impact of the case on several charities. Jon Gripton,
You really could not make it up, bring back the phone for one hour each day, I guess the BBC are just to scared of the truth in Jersey ! Maybe another leaving dinner party in the parade italian restaurant to say goodbye to Mr Gripton may soon be on the cards, if the UK bosses want BBC Jersey to start telling the truth and report honestly to save it's universal diving reputation.