BBC has more phone-hacking evidence.
Rupert Murdoch's London-based phone hacking, email hacking and bribe-paying newspapers will come under more scrutiny next Monday night in Britain when the BBC screens the much-speculated special Murdoch's Satellite TV Pirates
. According to an article in The Guardian
the report, by Vivian White (who is leaving the broadcaster), sounds sensational:
"White's last Panorama as a BBC employee, a report to be broadcast on Monday 12 March, is, according to the corporation, 'an investigation into fresh hacking allegations but at the heart of [Rupert Murdoch's] pay TV empire ... exposing how former police detectives were used to recruit people to break the law in order to bring down Murdoch's commercial rival'."
-- Glenn Dyer
Front page of the day
. It's not really a front page, but the front page of a four-page wrap-around of today's Australian Financial Review
-- part of a campaign espousing the AFR
's "revolution" direction -- caught our eye. We know it's an ad, but its colourful Andy Warhol-esque design is just so damn attractive:
The Department of Corrections. Today's Adelaide Advertiser apology is even more bewildering considering it ran a story on Thursday, March 1 blaming the "hazardous" weather for causing mayhem on the roads on the Wednesday night ...