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BBC radio host David Whitely quits over use of racial slur. I understand it's not something that's going to happen overnight. David Whitely, who goes by the name Sideman on air, posted to Instagram on Saturday to say he was leaving his position with Radio 1Xtra immediately. Sad face of Election 2020: Cities (and White House) board up and brace for election riots, looting and a... Funeral of shot Met Police sergeant Matt Ratana, 54, will be live streamed so colleagues and family and... PC Andrew Harper's widow Lissie says she 'won't back down' as she bids to bring in 'Harper's Law' jailing... Breakthrough to defeat cold virus that's the second biggest global killer of infants, 'Stopping statins left me with pins and needles': DR MARTIN SCURR answers your health questions. ', She added: 'Because as the men ran away, they hurled racial abuse, calling him a n*****.'. The new face of race hate: Marching through London they... Catholic school bans masks and gowns with messages from... At least THREE dead and 15 wounded in Austrian 'ISIS' attack: One terrorist still on the run after police... Mass testing revolution: EVERY resident of Liverpool will be offered a Covid test as first major step... RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: If this was 1940, Boris Johnson would stand down The Few to 'protect the RAF'. "Obviously we are disappointed that he has taken this decision. Home Secretary Priti Patel will order police to stop protests involving more than TWO people during... Burger King urges customers to 'order from McDonald's' claiming restaurants with 'thousands of staff really... ROYAL EXCLUSIVE: Princess Diana's brother Earl Spencer sensationally exposes Martin Bashir letter falsely... Thousands of women with breast cancer could be spared chemotherapy thanks to a £60 test. 'That's why effective immediately I'm leaving my job as a radio broadcaster for BBC 1Xtra. 'As a person who believes that change can happen and wanting change to happen, I understand transition. Published: 19:42 GMT, 8 August 2020 | Updated: 20:20 GMT, 8 August 2020. Furious Speaker Lindsay Hoyle demands full apology to the House if an MP leaked PM's lockdown plan with Gove... Second lockdown WILL end next month, Boris Johnson insists as he faces a major Tory rebellion over new... Royal experts question the 'wisdom' of keeping Prince William's Covid diagnosis a secret... however... Will the Teflon Donald come up Trumps again?

The presenter, whose real name is David Whitely, said he could not continue to work with the BBC after it allowed a white person to use the word on air. On July 29, the BBC aired a report on a musician and National Health Service worker who was hit by a car and suffered a broken leg, nose and cheekbone, according to the BBC. Sideman, who aires a weekly show on 1Extra, announced his decision to quit the BBC on an Instagram post. The presenter said he 'can't look the other way' after BBC social affairs correspondent Fiona Lamdin repeated the word in a report on a racially motivated hit-and-run attack. Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group. In an interview with ITV News Central, he described the racism he's experienced throughout his life. And that is what we will continue to do," he said. BBC 1Xtra presenter Sideman has quit today after the broadcaster defended its decision to air footage of a white person using the N-word. BBC 1Xtra presenter Sideman, real name David Whitely has left the BBC today after it aired a report featuring a racial slur read by BBC social affairs correspondent Fiona Lamdin last month. Freelance multimedia journalist Zab Mustefa put: 'I'm just wondering why you thought it's acceptable to drop the n-word in your report on BBC News?

Sideman, who aires a weekly show on 1Extra, announced his decision to quit the BBC on an Instagram post.

The door is always open for future projects," the spokesperson said. Non-Black people can never say that word, even when describing a racist incident.'. David Whitely, aka Sideman, quit after the BBC defended use of N-word in report Jim Waterson Media editor Mon 10 Aug 2020 13.42 EDT Last modified on Mon 10 Aug 2020 16.40 EDT This world needs people like you! He said: 'On this occasion I just don't think I can look the other way. 'I'm OK with process, I'm OK with waiting within reason for certain things to change. The door is always open for future projects.'. A BBC Spokesperson said: 'The BBC set out the context of the news report about the shocking attack on an NHS worker in Bristol. As of August 6, approximately 18,600 complaints had been made about the broadcast. We absolutely wish him well for the future. The correspondent in the segment, who is white, used the full racial slur while reporting on the attack. "This is important journalism which the BBC should be reporting on and we will continue to do so. A 1Xtra Spokesperson said: 'Sideman is an incredibly talented DJ. Read by a journalist. 'We absolutely wish him well for the future. The BBC initially defended the use of the N-word in reporting the story, saying the victim's family wanted the full extent of the attack to be heard by the public, but has since acknowledged it made a mistake. ', Lamdin shocked viewers during the 10.30am clip for BBC Points West - which was replayed on the BBC News Channel on Thursday - when she said: 'Just to warn you, you're about to hear highly offensive language', Lamdin shocked viewers during the 10.30am clip for BBC Points West - which was replayed on the BBC News Channel on Thursday - when she said: 'Just to warn you, you're about to hear highly offensive language.

You're a King!! For more details of these cookies and how to disable them, see our cookie policy. 'This is wild to me, especially in the current social climate, and I can't make any sense of it no matter how much I think about it. BBC guidance says strong language should not be used before the 9pm watershed, but 'n****r' is usually seen as too rude to ever air. But this feels like more than getting it wrong. It is important for us to listen - and also to learn.

'There will need to be a lot of learning and unlearning and tearing down of certain building blocks of society that took a long time to build up. "Every organisation should be able to acknowledge when it has made a mistake. BBC 1Xtra presenter Sideman has quit after the broadcaster defended its decision to air footage of a white person using the N-word, Fiona Lamdin, left, used a racially offensive slur during a July 29 news broadcast on a racially motivated hit-and-run attack.

The comments below have not been moderated. The BBC now accepts that we should have taken a different approach at the time of broadcast and we are very sorry for that," the email states. Hall added that the company will be "strengthening our guidance on offensive language across our output.". 'The decision to use the word was not taken lightly and without considerable detailed thought: we were aware that it would cause offence. A BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ has quit over the company's use of the N-word in a report about a racist attack in the United Kingdom, according to a BBC report and a post on the DJ's Instagram. EXCLUSIVE: BBC stars Emma Rigby and Sid Owen are accused of flouting Covid rules as they join bankers and... Scientists develop a 'nanoparticle' COVID-19 vaccine that could trigger a 10-times stronger immune response... Coronavirus mutation that has become the dominant strain worldwide may be MORE contagious than the original... Is Justin Welby losing faith with lockdown? The report was first broadcast on Wednesday, July 29, and described an attack on a 21-year-old NHS worker and musician known as K or K-Dogg.

"I'm OK with process, I'm OK with waiting, within reason, for certain things to change but the BBC sanctioning the N-word being said on national television by a white person is something I can't rock with," Whitely said in the Instagram post. David Whitely, who goes by the name Sideman on air, posted to Instagram on Saturday to say he was leaving his position with Radio 1Xtra immediately. 'Money and opportunity doesn't outweigh the dissatisfaction that I feel with this situation. DJ Charlie Sloth said: 'I admire and respect you David! 'Even with a warning, is there any need to say it? So I think that's it's time that I left.'. "This is an error in judgement where I can't just smile with you through the process and act like everything is OK. 'This is an error in judgment where I can't just smile with you through the process and act like everything is OK. 'I'm happy working with organisations until we all get it right. Sideman, real name David Whitely, said in a statement issued this afternoon the "action and the defence of the action feels like a slap in the face of our community". The man who could be America's next president in two days: Barack Obama had to call Joe Biden three times... Joe Biden says he's heading for a 'big win' and Lady Gaga tells rally crowd to vote out Trump because 'he... PIERS MORGAN: Trump's uncaring, trash-talking macho-man act may have given him a lead amongst men but women... Trump's family joins him on stage for Wisconsin rally as he warns crowd the left will 'loot and rob' if he... 'Non-scalable' security fence is erected around the White House as Washington D.C. braces for Election Day... 'Why should we trust Joe?' 'As we have said, the word is highly offensive and we completely accept and understand why people have been upset by its use. 313.6k Followers, 2,426 Following, 1,246 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from David “Sideman” Whitely (@sidemanallday) Yet despite these good intentions, I recognise that we have ended up creating distress amongst many people. Social affairs correspondent Fiona Lamdin used the offensive language when covering a collision between a Honda Accord and a 21-year-old man (pictured) in Bristol. 60.6k Likes, 7,026 Comments - David “Sideman” Whitely (@sidemanallday) on Instagram Instagram video by David “Sideman” Whitely • Aug 8, 2020 at 7:09 AM sidemanallday 'Didn't you get the memo? The victim, who is an NHS worker, had been leaving work at Southmead Hospital when he was attacked. I'm happy working with organizations until we all get it right but this feels like more than getting it wrong," Whitely said. Well done for standing up for what you believe is right! Watchdog Ofcom said in 2016 the word was 'highly unacceptable at all times' but could be used when 'strong contextualisation [is] required'.

Terrible editorial decision.'.

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