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Old 04-06-2017, 09:59 AM
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Perhaps, in view of the feelings shown above, and in addition to merely ranting on the forum, it may be an idea to contact the programme or "Springwatch Unsprung", during which there's often a question and answer session, and to ask the obvious questions regarding this.
I put a post on their website and it got deleted because they know they are in the wrong.
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Old 04-06-2017, 02:20 PM
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That's classic BBC for you Matthew, nothing more than a left wing propaganda machine, talk censorship of free speech.all the best Chris
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That's classic BBC for you Matthew, nothing more than a left wing propaganda machine, talk censorship of free speech.all the best Chris
Yes mate, last year my mate posted on their site about how they shouldn't be catching and ringing birds with mist nets in the breeding season and they also removed his post!
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