You have to skip through 2 minutes of Eastenders to get to it…
I haven’t got time right now to go forensic on its ass right now, but there is a lot to be concerned about in this show. For example, the discussion on “electrohypersensitivity” rather neglected this kind of material:
And it was striking that their criticism of the WHO expert – other than to allude to some loony websites writing mean things about him – was simply to say that he had a vested interest because he had done some work in the past for “industry”. Did they raise this same issue with their Panorama expert Alasdair Phillips, the bloke from Powerwatch who sells people their thousands of pounds worth of
foil-lined insulating silver-plated nylon/polyester thread curtains, insulating lead carbon paint, and beekeeper electrosensitivity headgear? No. Mmm.
And do feel free to post links to your own blogs discussing the Panorama show, would be good to get as many in one place as possible.
The BBC “have your say” comments on the show are pretty funny.
and Guy “not Goma” Kewney in the Reg is pretty interesting on Stewart.
25th May 2007 19:00 – Comment from BBC Panorama presenter Paul Kenyon below:
Paul Kenyon Podcast
We also had a long chat on the phone, “stilted” while the tape was on, cheery when it wasn’t. Nice chap. Unfortunately it’s on audio cassette – not posh podcast recorder – because you stingy bastards don’t ever spend anything here or here, and god bless you for it, ideas were meant to be free. I’ll try and transfer it over if I can find a weird enough audio cable, it’s just about audible.
You’ve, er, heard the previous recordings of course.