Following its experiment of giving UKIP a seat on Question Time every week, the BBC has announced that it will be introducing a whole new channel to focus solely on the party’s manifesto.
The channel will be called BBC UKIP and will run 24/7, providing quality opinions, documentaries and interviews with leading UKIP figures and supporters.
BBC executive Simon Williams told reporters, “Since making BBC Three an online only channel last year, this has created a gap in our broadcasting schedule, so naturally we will use this to give UKIP more airtime.
“Despite them having no MPs, we are clearly still not giving them enough exposure.”
A typical programming schedule will look as follows:
0000-0800 Brawling Britain – Rolling coverage of ‘100% English’ people beating up Britons of a darker hue
0800-0900 Brexit Breakfast – A look at the news from the UK and Europe with discussions over how foreigners might ruin Great Britain today
0900-1200 Nuttall’s Life Stories – Three solid hours chronicling Paul Nuttall’s various careers and achievements
1200-1400 Lunchtime News – Two hours of inane, angry babbling from Paul Nuttall
1400-1600 Natter with Nigel – The former UKIP leader hosts a Richard and Judy style chat show, but with exclusively narrow-minded guests, alcohol and fags
1600-1900 UKIP History – Three hours telling the historic rise and continued popularity of UKIP
1900-2000 Evening News – Examination of how foreigners have ruined Britain today
2000-2400 Libtard Lunacy – Four hours of expert analysis of how liberalism ruins everything, hosted by a recently lobotomised rodent