VETERAN BBC presenter Sue Cook has accused her former employer of failing to give a balanced view of the pandemic.
The former Crimewatch host, 71, said she had stopped listening to the BBC Radio 4 Today programme after 20 years.
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She blasted the Corporation for repeatedly “wheeling out” bonking boffin Prof Neil Ferguson, and not giving other experts a platform.
Ferguson quit as a goverment adviser after admitting he had undermined social distancing rules by meeting his lover at his home.
She fumed: “I don’t know what’s happened to the BBC.
“I now listen to Talk Radio because I get my concerns addressed.
“It was such a privilege to work for the BBC when I first started out in the 1970s.
“I was just knocked out by how wonderful it was working for the BBC.
“I’ve been so loyal to them for years and years but the last couple of months has really disillusioned me terribly.”
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