Roger Mosey, former BBC editorial director on BBC Israel-Gaza war coverage and use of the word 'terrorist'
Roger Mosey was head of BBC TV News and is a former editor of the Today programme. We discuss the BBC's reluctance to use the term "terrorist" and the BBC's coverage of the Israel-Gaza war.
“You have to recognise that you can't be morally neutral, you can't think that everything is a 50 50 call. So it's tough doing it. I think this is about the most difficult thing the BBC has to cover, after many years, decades of difficulty in covering Ireland.”
Support the podcast by signing up to Patreon here
Find all our podcasts here
Mastodon: @[email protected]
email: [email protected]
Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.