Kowalski wrote:Darkyboy wrote:Robert Heenan wrote:Hillman avenger wrote:I had a look at how TOTP was shared between presenters.
I was surprised at how many there were
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_T ... presenters
Maybe it's subsequent revelations that makes us remember Saville., but in fact there were a dozen or so regulars
Jimmy Savile was an integral part of the BBC. To make out Savile only had brief and minor role at the BBC is completely twisting the reality and whitewashing the BBC of any blame whatsoever.
It truly is disgusting how you sink to such depth to protect the BBC monster
Indeed. Jimmy Saville wasn't just a presenter though. He was one of the faces of the BBC during his time there, the same as Terry Wogan and Bruce Forsyth. To make out that Saville was just passing through, as it were, is to ignore the truth. Which it seems, was what the BBC did, until forced to do otherwise.
As is obvious to anyone with half a brain Darkyboy.
Not sure what Hillman is arguing about.
He was a nasty nonce and a lot of people at the BBC turned a blind eye to it, the same for Stoke Mandeville.
Heads should roll but they never will, such is the world.
Well Stoke Mandeville were reliant on Saville unfortunately for them, but yes, people should be held accountable. As for the BBC, they pride themselves on their news reporting and investigations. Yet they didn't investigate Saville? That just doesn't make sense.
As you say, heads should roll, but they will not. The truth will only come out (if ever) when those involved are long gone.