Lord Sugar and The Apprentice are back, and while there are no Jewish candidates this year, at least the first episode will be broadcast on Thursday next week, conveniently sandwiched between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
Police have dropped their investigation into a caller to a BBC radio phone-in who claimed the UK was “ruled by Zionist Jews”.
The Metropolitan Police had begun inquiries after the caller, referred to as “Andy from St. Margaret’s," made several comments about Jews during a 13-minute on-air conversation with BBC Radio London host Simon Lederman on December 22.
Police have opened an investigation into a BBC radio caller who made antisemitic accusations throughout a 13-minute on-air conversation.
The caller, referred to as “Andy from St. Margaret’s”, told BBC Radio London host Simon Lederman that “Zionists” were “trying to control us more and more and more” and that Britain was dominated by “the Jewish financial system”.
The BBC has ruled that a Radio 4 report on Israel breached accuracy guidelines.
The BBC received a number of complaints about a Today programme on violence in the Middle East on 19 October which, according to listeners, implied that all of the casualties of the renewed wave of violence in the region were Israeli.