A BBC reporter delivered the giggling, high-as-fuck newscast of the year when he accidentally smoked the pile of burning heroin, opium, and hashish he was supposed to be reporting on.
BBC is instructing its editors and producers to stop striving for "false balance" by booking so many anti-science and climate-denying commentators. "Audiences should be able to understand from the context and clarity of the BBC's output what weight to give to critical voices," a company report stated.
For many people, curling is the most confusing Olympic sport. Luckily, here's Sir David Attenborough, the famous British maker of nature documentaries, to explain with some voiceover commentary. Sort of.
Warning: There are spoilers below for a show that won't officially air in the U.S. until next year.
Saturday in Britain was a "lovely winter's day," according to this wonderful BBC weather. And what says "lovely winter's day" better than "bucketloads of cunt"?
Next week, the BBC will debut a series about animal life in the Arctic and Antarctic called Frozen Planet. In this preview clip, male members of an Adelie penguin colony in Antarctica gather stones to build nests while competing for lady penguins in the process. But as you'll see, not all of them do it honestly.