Right now this Blog and the YesterNoir Blog are more-or-less carrying the same information, but that will soon change.
We initially did so to make it clear to trolling Anoraks that they were not welcome as readers, and we did not want to hear from them via emailed comments. Nevertheless they persist to this day in posting material on the Garry Stevens' Forum pertaining to this investigation with taunts that we will never publish our findings. Of course we have been continuously publishing our findings in the mainstream press since 1966, and then in academic papers, as well as making radio and television documentaries of our own.
But trolling Anoraks only attack people, they never address issues. So we gave these trolls one last chance with an 80-day countdown which has now expired.
We are back to addressing the issues in fragmented form on this and the companion Yesternoir Blog.
However, this Blog is focusing-in upon what the BBC did in creating 'The Radio Caroline Myth' that began in coordinated form in 1991 when it aired a television program in which Ian Cowper Ross claimed that his 1990 book (that was disguised as a novel), was in fact a disguised version of his own autobiography. It was after that claim which was first made in 1991, that a floodgate of books, magazine articles and newspaper accounts began to appear - all echoing the same lie.
At some point in the near future this Blog will again focus upon that the origins of that lie - while the Yesternoir Blog will deal with the sinister nature of the British Crown as a corporation sole, and its use of broadcast lies - while pretending that it does not engage in such practices. So keep checking back here while continuing to monitor the Yesternoir Blog.