Thanks for banishing Ken and Barbie from our TV screens

  • Photo by Glenn Tucker

Bermuda Broadcasting journalists Alia Hamza and Sangita Iyer walk out of the doors of the bermuda Broadcasting building in Devonshire Tuesday afternoon the nearly the entre news cast went home after complaints about health issues within the facility.

    Photo by Glenn Tucker Bermuda Broadcasting journalists Alia Hamza and Sangita Iyer walk out of the doors of the bermuda Broadcasting building in Devonshire Tuesday afternoon the nearly the entre news cast went home after complaints about health issues within the facility.


Dear Sir,

Thank you, Bermuda Broadcasting and One Communications, for restoring the screen size on Channels 7 and 9.

Now when we watch weekend tournaments, the golfers donít look like Ken and Barbie, and we can see all of Ian Woosnam.

Well done!

LIBBY MADEIROS

Devonshire

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Published Oct 8, 2020 at 8:00 am (Updated Oct 8, 2020 at 7:44 am)

Thanks for banishing Ken and Barbie from our TV screens

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