Yes, don't want those oiks to get above their station, do we? It went down hill when they started The Light Program if you ask me.
Of course, I suspect the mentions on Facebook and MySpace may have had more to do with it, and, to quote from The Indy
"Yesterday Ms Ruscoe, a pupil at Torquay Grammar School, confessed to "putting up a poster at school and inviting 'everyone'".
"Little did I know almost everyone from Torquay Grammar sixth form would attend and what is more invite 'everyone' from different schools and the surrounding area," she said. "Admittedly perhaps I was foolish and naive but how often does a poster cause chaos and devastation?"
but we are not here to defend the BBC, particularly when it is not doing a particularly good job of defending itself.
As a fully paid up member of Middle-Class War (*), can I just say 'ha ha ha ha ha ha ha'
(*) we are like Class War, but instead of balaclavas and baseball bats we have trilbies and gardening implements.
[Obviously, in reality I am not without sympathy, but still...]