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April 29, 2007

An email from the BBC and missing words

I've been deciding whether to post this email I received from the guy who fired me for a couple of days now. Someone said I might get in trouble for quoting it, which is fair enough, but I think it's important enough to risk it:

From: Hugh Garry
Subject: Leave it
Date: 26 April 2007 xxxxxx
To: Paul Denchfield

Hi Paul,
Just wanted to say how much I'm enjoying your stab at becoming an internet celebrity since you left Radio 1 and wondered if you had an approximate date for bringing the whole charade to a close. As I don't have any hard evidence that the security breach was down to you, and despite your efforts you don't have any evidence it came from within, why don't we bring this matter to a close right now. I'm getting bored having to answer to the press and colleagues and don't want to have to launch a full investigation, which could be very bad news for you.

Bring it to an end now and I'll gladly wish you luck with whatever reality TV show it is you are trying to promote with all this.

Hugh Garry
Creativity : Mobile
Radio 1 Interactive

I cannot believe this guy - what ever happened to accountability? He thinks he can threaten me with a full investigation - I say bring it on, it'll show I had nothing to do with these 'Frozen Indigo Angel' words. I think he's just trying to cover this up. They're already starting to cover their tracks - the words have disappeared from that Colin Murray tracklisting page that we spotted last week. I bet they've gone from more places as well, too. Still, it doesnt explain why the words are still popping up on air and all over the place.

The thing is, I don't think this stops with Hugh. I think he's been ordered to keep a lid on the words, and he doesn't know what's going on either. That's why it's absolutely vital for me to talk to the Controller of Radio 1 on Monday.


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In April and May 2007, I claimed there was a cover-up at the BBC to do with the words 'Frozen Indigo Angel'. It was all part of an Alternate Reality Game run by Radio 1 and the guys behind Perplex City - in fact, I encountered a character or two from Perplex City myself.

During the game, we gave away tickets to the Big Weekend, musical instruments belonging to major bands, and introduced thousands of people to a whole new world. All for free.

If you'd like to re-live the adventure, check out my first video, and then watch the rest.

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