> Good on Channel 4. Can we still expect to see this kind of
> programming if Channel 4 is privatised?
What are you talking about? Channel 4 is not state operated (is it?)
As for congratulating Channel 4. All I can say is - it's about bloody time. Why has it taken so long for the case to get some decent coverage, and why does it have to be in the form of an over acted dramatisation that still only skimmed the surface of the issues.
I hope that the independent McLibel documentary mentioned in the Guardian last week gets shown in this country. McSpotlight - any news on that?