“Dora the Extorter?” “Exploited Development?” “How I Nagged Your Mother?” Whatever the eventual title, be afraid. Greta Thunberg is headed for TV. During the BBC Showcase on Feb. 10, the network announced production of a docu-series on the life and and propaganda of the Swedish Scold.



Over the weekend, the BBC's long-running science fiction television series, Doctor Who, ventured into promoting climate alarmism as the show depicted an uninhabitable futuristic Earth that has been destroyed by global warming because the human race refused to heed warnings that were raised by "every scientist alive."



UK's government-funded news media giant BBC is considering measures to discourage its “top correspondents” from biased tweeting.



With the impeachment of President Donald J. Trump so close to Christmas, it wasn’t long before partisan sham received it’s own holiday spin from the media. BBC arranged a professional choral performance of the “Twelve Days of Christmas” updated with lyrics about the political hit job, because honestly, the congressional rebuke of the President is a more festive occasion for the liberal media than the birth of Jesus Christ.



As people in the U.S. media prepare for the 2020 presidential election, their counterparts in the United Kingdom are clashing over the British Broadcasting Company’s radio coverage of that nation’s December 12 contest, which gave the Conservative Party a majority within the government. Instead, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has criticized the BBC’s flagship Today program for having media bias as he withdrew several government officials from the radio show, which in return slammed his claims as being “trumped up.”



AllSides, a media technology company that provides media bias ratings and balanced news across the political spectrum, conducted an audit of Google’s “Top Stories” section following the two mass shootings that occurred in Dayton, OH and El Paso, TX last weekend. The findings reveal a heavy preference for CNN and left-leaning media outlets overall, reinforcing previous audits completed by AllSides and researchers at Northwestern University.



A BBC article published on Monday, in the wake of recent mass shootings, included a graphic that contained blatant lies about the fire rates of different types of firearms. BBC later removed the graphic from the article, but they provided no editor’s note in the article and failed to announce the correction on Twitter.



As BBC's Years and Years, which has aired in the United States on HBO, came to a close with Episode 6 airing July 29, the writers couldn't help but throw in some more comparisons between evil Prime Minister Vivienne Rook (Emma Thompson) and President Donald Trump.



The climate doomsday countdown got a dramatic update from the BBC, which claimed there could be as little as 18 months left to “save the planet” from a “global heating crisis.” “Do you remember the good old days when we had '12 years to save the planet'? Now it seems, there’s a growing consensus that the next 18 months will be critical," BBC News environment correspondent Matt McGrath warned on July 24.



On the second episode of BBC’s Years and Years, which aired in the United States on HBO July 1, the woes of the Lyons family have become more catastrophic. A year has passed since the nuking of the Chinese island of Hong Sha Do in the final days of the Trump presidency, which has brought about sanctions and trade wars.



BBC One’s limited series Years and Years tells the story of the Lyons family living in the United Kingdom between 2019 and 2034. Episode 1, which premiered in the United States on HBO on June 24, quickly shows us that President Trump will be reelected in 2020, but ends with the vision of Trump having just fired nuclear missiles at China.



BBC Radio 4's show Heresy is a self-admittedly provocative show, but one comedian's recent joke or "joke" led to a police investigation.