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The BBC has apologised after a trailer for a new documentary about Oscar Pistorius failed to refer to his murdered girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp by name.The runner – a double amputee who competed in both the Olympics and Paralympics – had been hailed as an inspirational figure for overcoming his disability.But he was later jailed for the murder of Steenkamp in the early hours of Valentine’s Day 2013, and the trial of the South African athlete became a global media sensation.The BBC said it had removed the offending trailer, which referred to Steenkamp as “his girlfriend” and “she”, prompting criticism online.A statement from the broadcaster said: “We regret that the original trail did not refer to Reeva Steenkamp directly.“We are aware of the upset it has caused, which was never the intention. We have removed the trail and it will be replaced by something more representative of the series, which examines in detail a number of complex issues connected with her murder.” Pistorius was described as a “remarkable human being” and a “really nice guy”. I couldn’t give a flying f.. about his sporting accomplishments or how “nice” he seemed. He killed a woman called Reeva Steenkamp and he was found guilty. Say her name. #HerNameWasReevaSteenkamphttps://t.co/NLt4bK4X1A— Laura Winter (@lauracwinter) October 27, 2020My god BBC. “The extraordinary story of paralympic and Olympic sprinter” who “suddenly found himself at the centre of a murder investigation.” Extraordinary? Found himself? INSPIRATIONAL?! No way to talk about a convicted murderer. Talk about minimising the murder of women. pic.twitter.com/OMq0lRARN3— Sonia Sodha (@soniasodha) October 27, 2020 Four-part series The Trials Of Oscar Pistorius will be available on BBC iPlayer next month before airing on BBC Two at a later date.The series features interviews with people close to his story and looks back on his journey to becoming an international athletics star before his arrest.Daniel Gordon, who directed the documentary, said: “The story of Oscar Pistorius is remarkable in its complexity.“It’s at once inspirational and harrowing, and provides a lens of insight into a breadth of issues – from gender-based violence to disability rights, racial inequality and media frenzy.“My hope is that the film gives audiences context and layers to a story they think they know.” We have removed the trail for 'The Trials of Oscar Pistorius' that was posted on social media earlier today: https://t.co/LL9pRCjvEcpic.twitter.com/pZIMjXpVqE— BBC Press Office (@bbcpress) October 27, 2020 Dan McGolpin, controller of BBC iPlayer, said: “This incredible documentary series provides new perspectives on the terrible events of Valentine’s Day 2013, giving us a deeper and closer look at one of the world’s most remarkable sporting figures, on the South Africa that he grew up in and the media circus that surrounded his trial for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.”The Trials Of Oscar Pistorius will arrive on BBC iPlayer on November 7.Related...
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Porsche’s all-electric Taycan is the first car to get full Apple Podcasts integration, allowing owners to natively access Apple’s library of 1.5 million shows see its podcast charts, the company has announced. The car’s infotainment system is also getting support for Apple Music’s lyrics feature, which will be displayed on the passenger-side display. The features are available in new Taycan cars now, and will roll out to existing cars in January, the company says.
Apple Podcasts has previously been available to stream to the Taycan’s infotainment system via Apple CarPlay, but the native app means you don’t have to connect your phone to start listening. It also means the app can stream over the vehicle’s built-in data connection (you get...
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Following years of speculation, Apple confirmed its plans to move to Apple Silicon at WWDC 2020.The move will likely help maintain interest in the Mac, particularly among enterprise professionals already using iPhones – though initial deployment will be limited as IT puts the new Macs through rigorous testing and approval processes.To read this article in full, please click here
It’s no secret that YouTube is very pushy with its Premium subscription promotion, something that involves repeatedly showing users prompts (and sometimes full-page ads) encouraging them to sign up for the premium experience, promising background playback, offline downloads, and a lack of advertisements. Soon after reversing the PiP restriction on iOS 14, YouTube has introduced a new change — experimental … Continue reading
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