A source at the BBC, who wishes to remain anonymous, has responded to the story by The Inquirer’s Nick Farrell in which he says the BBC has been publishing stories about Apple that go over-the-top in praising the company. “Well I wish I could say what Farell writes is true, But it’s not,” the source told MacMinute. “The BBC standard desktops are Dell Pentiums; though many of our graphic artists use Macs. Many of our production crews use Final Cut Pro as well. However, I think to say that the BBC is pro-Apple based on one article on our Web site is pushing it a bit far. We produce tons of content from radio shows to in-depth coverage of the war in Iraq. It’s impossible to produce anything without someone saying we’re biased.”