Posted by: nickwardscenarios | November 22, 2014

is the BBC invested in toxic fracking shale via Peel Holdings?

Email from Complaints BBC Radio 4. And my response.
Sent: Sat, Nov 22, 2014 12:24 GMT
Subject: RE: BBC TodayPeel Holdings, BBC’s landlord is heavily invested in toxic fracking in response to your first ‘no’Fracking vote on BBC The One Show NOW…. – BIFF ! (Britain ……/83235118012424…Not bad after shameless BBC/Peel Holdings/Frack Dealer propaganda.

In response to your second ‘no’ I do not believe that Justin Webb’s handling of the Dyson interview suggests that he is aware of the great outcry against the lies told about chemical contamination.
For the BBC to be continuing to talk of ‘sand and water’ is at best negligent at worst a flagrent refusal to alter the pro fracking language they were using sept 2013 when I was arrested at Balcombe.

On Fri, Nov 21, 2014 15:57 GMT Today Complaints wrote:

>In answer to your questions. No, the BBC is not invested in fracking, and we reject your assertion that Justin Webb is “stubbornly devoted to the process.”
>Best wishes

Sarah London Lol the BBC get antsy poor old Justin Webb…. such a bland man!
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Banjo Nick Poor old Justin Webb is a junk economics peddling fossil fuel junkie. This toxic fracking scandal is breaking big time and beeb are up to their licence-fee subsidised gills in it Sarah London nature witch of magical hidden fleet. Boris wants to frack London. Lol
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  2. From Nick Ward
    CC greenwise
    Fri, Nov 28, 2014 11:07 GMT
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    I enjoyed the show. Justin Webb at his quizzically dubious best interviewing likeable PC commended by Crown Court Judge in plebgate waste of money time resources and news time.

    This is big news. Reassuring.

    Drax fined record £28m for failing to insulate homes‎ – 2 hours ago
    Power company Drax is to pay a record £28m in penalties for failing to provide thousands of …

    Why are Israeli landgrabbers given so much air time? Israel’s moral authority is zero.

    —-Forwarded Message—-
    From: banjo nick
    To:, TrustEditorial@bbc
    Cc. Greenwise
    Sent: Thu, Nov 27, 2014 11:45 GMT
    Subject: Fw: BBC Today

    I admired the way John Humphrys challenged the dodgy princilple that it is in the BBC’s interest to commission more outside production companies rather than invest in the programmes and reap the full financial benefits over time. the greatest asset the BBC has is the archive seems to me the future wellbeing of the BBC is being divided up between execs and independent sharks for personal gain and a very top-heavy bunch of pen-pushers it is causing this chaos this probabbly arises from the same bbc brains which agree to pay Peel Holdings to undertake the wholly inapropriate process of hyraulic fracturing despite the falling oil price as Sudi Arabia drives the polluting shae gas carnage in the US into liquidation and masive pollution costs no we should not be sharing aircraft carriers with the USA The USA is fatally invested in fossol fuels and the wars they generate USA is doing nothing to respond to China’s demand for renewables
    yes of course it is wrong that railways operating successfully as publicly owned should be sold to the gratification of Banson shareholders
    —– Forwarded Message —–
    From: Nick Ward
    Sent: Saturday, 22 November 2014, 12:24
    Subject: RE: BBC Today

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