Tell you what: while we’re about it, why don’t we all take a look at the Twitter feed of another BBC TV channel: ‘BBC Four’? I mean, the Twitter outpourings of ‘BBC Music’ might be obsessed with pop music to the apparent exclusion of all else, but surely (haha!) BBC Four will have a more ecumenical (hahaha!) and more honest (hahahaha!) approach to its social media platform and what is advertised on it.
For, in case you’ve forgotten (and, let’s be frank: I’ve only posted it on here fifteen or twenty times so far…), BBC Four’s official remit is (or, at any rate, was: this document is now more than a year old) summarised as follows:
So, let’s take a look at what the channel’s Twitter feed is currently focusing on, shall we…?
Stand by for ‘a range of UK and international arts, music and culture…‘
Well, wasn’t that a surprise…?
PS: Another recent BBC-related posting is here:
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