Friday, June 29, 2012

The refreshing innocence of Stacey Dooley on the EU Crisis

May I suggest, for those who may have missed last evenings 8 pm TV Programme on BBC Three TV, that time be found to watch on BBC ipod, the programme by Stacey Dooley on the present Greek tragedy. Her refreshing innocence verging from time to time on naivety and bravery in riots and facing the threats of riot police goons in a wealthy suburb, speaks volumes on not only the distress of the people of Greece but the present generation of youngsters in England.

The touching attempt to help at least one family of the EU's victims with which the programme ended, with the hope that such aid might continue beyond her departure from Greece, might best be achieved if some of our politicians were prompted to reassess their own cynicism.

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2 Comments:

Blogger James Higham said...

There are some who really shouldn't be in those areas and those who should ... but aren't.

12:35 PM  
OpenID nodamnblog said...

She is a breath of fresh air. When I first heard her voice it grated, but having watched her reporting from Africa, and last night from Greece I think she is just what we need - a young reporter to get the message across to the younger generation.

Frightening scenes in Greece. As she said, this is EUROPE, not some forgotten corner of the third world.

1:36 PM  

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