Talk:The Alan Titchmarsh Show

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Editorial leanings?[edit]

Although the games issue could be viewed as a storm in a teacup, there have been previous complaints of right-wing bias when the show has trodden into politics. In 2007, Ofcom considered complaints about bias resolved subject to assurances given by ITV after David Cameron’s conference speech was only praised[1]. These included a “suitably wide range of guests to facilitate proper debate”. More recently Titchmarsh had a cosy chat with Cameron, but that doesn’t say much since politicians always have various types of interviews. Billwilson5060 (talk) 21:33, 29 March 2010 (UTC)