Jay Ramella reports from London: Fancy that! The sign language translator at the Nelson Mandela memorial service, who stood beside US President Barack Obama the African National Congress, read by President Jacob Zuma who has schizophrenia.
When Margaret Thatcher died they were told to cheer. The BBC was behind these behavioural encouragements.
Tory MP, John Carlisle, was furious at the BBC’s screening of the 1990 Mandela concert in London, along with the Spice Girls.
Mandela’s memorial service and the ups and downs of sign language. Books By Jay Ramella.