Seriously… part of the reason BBC had to give away the F1?

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    Profile photo of Estesark

    [Moderator hat on]

    Regardless of the exact wording of the original post, I think everyone is clear about what the meaning is now, so please stick to the discussion. Thanks.

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    Prisoner Monkeys

    But nor should anyone assumed that everyone who reads a forum post will come to the poster’s same concllusions, regardless of how much was actually posted.

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    Are you inherently incapable of realising you were at fault/error?

    To keep this a bit more on topic, it seems preposterous that the BBC funds sky in this way.

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    I know that BBC spend £60m a year on Radio 4, if I remember correctly. Now I’m a bit torn if that’s too much or about right. The station is something of a national treasure. but the target age group is about 55 and that’s one station out of all the BBC’s radio output. Formula 1 appeals to all ages and intellects. What makes this is all a shame to me is that BBC did the coverage well. Really well.

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    James Brickles

    @electrolite – I think you’re about right with the Radio cost, I seem to vaguely remember a figure in the £60m region.


    Roughly a pound per person per year. That’s not really much, is it?

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    So let me get this straight, the BBC has to pay Sky so people can watch BBC channels through satellite? Surely the vast majority can watch them through a normal freeview box?

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    Yeah, part of the reason that’s a joke is that I’m a licence payer, I don’t also have sky, so I in no way see the portion of my money (however small) that’s been sent to sky.

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