Actor Laurence Fox has branded the BBC a “corrupt organisation that sows division” and calls for it to be defunded
The TV presenter discovered a lump at the start of lockdown but delayed seeking medical help because of the coronavirus pandemic.
TV presenter Rylan Clark-Neal has declared war on Countryfile after the BBC nature show seemingly slagged him off on Twitter. The star took to social media to share a screenshot of a tweet that read: “@bbuk @channel5_tv @Rylan I’d rather watch @BBCCountryfile to be honest. The tweet had been favourited by Countryfile’s official social media page in the screenshot, with Rylan playfully captioning the post with: “Hark at them! Game on @BBCCountryfule … Meeeeeeaaaaaooooowwwww” alongside a whole load of animal emojis.
Hosts interviewed a victim and stars of BBC Radio 4 series The Archers involved in an abuse storyline. Countryfile’s Twitter feed insisted it was an important rural issue. The Archers had told of a once independent Helen Titchener who became an insecure wreck at the hands of her psychotically controlling and sexually abusive husband Rob.