[Gllug] [GLLUG] BBC Website

Jacob Mansfield cyberjacob at gmail.com
Wed Mar 30 14:24:45 UTC 2011

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On 30 March 2011 08:22, Nix <nix at esperi.org.uk> wrote:
> On 29 Mar 2011, John Hearns told this:
> > On 29 March 2011 23:04, Sunny Aujla <sunnyfedora99 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Who's kicked the plug out to BBC's web servers? :)
> >
> > As someone on the twittersphere points out - if Radio 4's Today
> > programme is not being broadcast, that is a sign to Britains Trident
> > fleet that the UK has been wiped off the map, and they are to unleash
> > Armageddon. Please, please, please tell me that Trident submarines use
> > Radio 4 Long Wave, and not IP radio.
> Yeah, the directive (if it is still in force: it's kind of hard to find
> out) long predates the existence of IP :)q
> (in any case, AIUI this applies if Britain has been attacked and all
> members of the chain of command are gone. I don't think the BBC's
> website dropped off the air becasue London was nuked, though if it was
> with only two days left working there I'd be annoyed at the timing.)
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