Saturday, September 23, 2006

This blog was inspired by fellow nationalist Alan Oreilly. I have noticed over the years how the media, and particularly the BBC, promote mixed-race relationships by associating non-white males with white females at every possible opportunity. Alan has noticed the same thing and over several years has complied the following list. New examples will be added as they emerge.

Alan writes:

"The media has constantly reinforced its integrationist theme by repeatedly staging programmes where a black, swarthy or dark-skinned man is featured in association with a Caucasian woman, who is often blonde or fair haired.

Examples include (in no particular order): "

David Oyelowo and Christine Tremarco, Five Days

David Harewood and Hayley Atwell, The Ruby in the Smoke,

Trevor MacDonald and Zoe Ball, Extinct

Andy Akinwolere and Zoe Salmon, Blue Peter

Nicholas Bailey and Jessie Wallace, Eastenders,

Wesley Kerr and Gaby Roslin, Watchdog Health Check,

Phil Gayle and Jane Moore, Crimewatch Daily,

Ian Wright and Kate Charman, Guinness World Records,

George Alagiah and Mary Rhodes, BBC Ten O’Clock News,

Andi Peters, Mylene Klass, The All Star Talent Show

Nicholas Bailey and Michelle Ryan, Eastenders,

Chris Colquhoun and Christine Stephen-Daly, Casualty,

Michael Greco and Kim Medcalf, Eastenders,

Monday, September 11, 2006

David Oyelowo and Keeley Hawes, Spooks,

Martin Bashir and Princess Diana, BBC interview November 5th 1995 .

John Regis and Sue Barker, Commonwealth Games Grandstand

Mohammed George and Natalie Cassidy, Eastenders

Paterson Joseph and Amanda Burton, Silent Witness

Lizo Mzimba and Becky Jago, BBC Newsround

Michael Johnson and Paula Radcliffe, BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2002

Richard Blackwood and Lisa Snowden, Top of the Pops

George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth, BBC Six O’Clock News

Rageh Omaar and Fiona Bruce, Asylum, You be the Judge, July 23rd 2003

Lee Davey and Sophie Pritchard, Big Brother

Trevor McDonald and Tess Daly, The National Television Awards (2003)

Gary Beadle and Charlie Brooks, Eastenders

Chris Colquhoun and Holly Davidson, Casualty,

Colin Jackson and Sally Gunnell, Born to Win

Haile Gebrselassie and Charlie Dimmock, Ground Force Goes to Ethiopia

John Fashanu and Janet Street Porter, The Joy of Exercise

Gary Beadle and Lucy Speed, Eastenders,

Adrian Lester and Tamzin Outhwaite, Con Icons

Michael Wildman and Anna Acton, Family Affairs

Craig Charles and Caprice, Celebrities Disfigured,

Don Gilet and Dervla Kirwan, 55 Degrees North

Trevor McDonald and Felicity Barr, ITV News

Lionel Ritchie and Tess Daly, All Time Greatest Love Songs

Colin Salmon and Victoria Smurfitt, Trial and Retribution

Noel Clarke and Billie Piper, Doctor Who

Ray Fearon and Kate Ford, Coronation Street

Elyes Gabel and Leanne Wilson, Casualty,

Chiké Okonkwe and Amanda Redman, New Tricks

Reggie Yates and Fearne Cotten, Top of the Pops,

Terence Maynard and Emilia Fox, Silent Witness,

Ray Fearon and Sarnia Ghadie, Coronation Street

Ryan Thomas and Tina O’Brien, Coronation Street

Lenny James and Sharon Small, A Mid Summer Night’s Dream,

Joseph Kpobie and Louisa Lytton, Eastenders,

Art Malik and Martine McCutcheon, The English Harem,

Rudolph Walker and Pam St Clement, Eastenders,

Noel Clarke and Camille Coduri, Dr Who,

Ray Fearon and Debra Stephenson, Coronation Street,

Tim Campbell and Michelle Dewberry, The Apprentice,

Trevor Nelson and Fearne Cotton, Top of the Pops,

Noel Clarke, Nitin Ganatra and Gillian Taylforth, On the Buses,

T.J. Ramini and Christine Stephen-Daly, The Bill,

Ashley Cole and Cheryl Tweedy, BBC News June 17th 2006,

Shaun Parkes and Sharon Small, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries.