As we may term the BBC's outrageous treatment of the situation in Syria.
This morning, we were treated to Jim Naughtie's contemptuous ridicule and dismissal of a bishop on the phone from that country, in marked contrast to his fawning over some journalist in the studio who had a middle-class London accent and who was never asked what he wanted instead for a land where he did not live and which he had quite possibly never visited.
A bishop? In Syria? What, you mean that there are Christians in the Middle East? They must be very recent converts, then. Mustn't they? And as for opposing regime change by God's Own Country, or supporting pan-Arabism (not least in relation to the Holy Land), well, that can only be ... oh, what's it called? ... Stockholm Syndrome. Can't it?
Matters are not helped by the fact that these are the moderate end of the views of the man who has monopolised the London Medialand market for a voice of Catholic orthodoxy.