Speaking of Blair and the BBC
By MortazaviBlog on Sep 18, 2005
Speaking of prime minister Tony Blair and the BBC, I also ran into this well-reported, at least by Mr. Murdoch, story, according to which the British prime minister has apparently found the BBC's coverage of Hurricane Katrina too critical of the U.S., or in Mr. Murdoch's recounting, "full of hate of America and gloating about our troubles."
Among the in-depth Katrina stories reported by the BBC, you might want to take a look at this revealing animation of Hurricane Katrina, with its running time superimposed on the image.
One eye-witness story by Matthew Davis is titled "Patrolling the Venice from Hell."
I guess the reporting was good enough for people to draw conclusions they must not.