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McCanns On Jeremy Vine: BBC Spreads The Fear Over Madeleine McCann

by | 12th, May 2011

IN 2007, Anorak went on Jeremy Vine’s BBC Radio 2 show to talk about Madeleine McCann. Four years on, Kate and Gerry McCann are on the same programme.

Anorak on BBC Radio 4

Has anything changed in that time. Yes. The media has been fined for libeling the parents, Robert Murat’s life was damaged and, as we prdicted, the parents have become a perennial feature on the media circuit.

But with fortunes raised and spent, the innocent child remains missing. The media has been made to pay for bad journalism. But now, instead of open debate and facts, we get chat and speculation.

A few words (paraphrased – full audio up later):

Jeremy Vine: “I wonder if all parents of your age wonder about how they leave their children… There’s no answer is there.”

Gerry McCann: “I think people’s behaviour has changed.”

JV: “I’m trying to think of case like yours… It is so, so rare.”

….

GM: “People keep their children a lot closer”

Kate McCann: Madeleine taken was the “most crucifying thing”



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