On February 4, 2017, the UK Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) reported that David Attenborough had been suspended as the host of ‘Voice of the Planet’ for six months.
The news quickly became viral, with the hashtag #gongshowbanning trending worldwide.
The ban on Attenbrook was widely criticised as an abuse of power.
As a result, his voice had to be removed from all of the channels he hosts.
In the US, a petition started in January to save Attenbeck voice had over 200,000 signatures at time of writing.
As well as being an Englishman, Attenberg is a native English speaker who has worked in broadcasting for nearly 30 years.
In addition to his role as host, he also hosts a variety show called ‘The Voice of the World’ which features him performing and narrating the stories from around the world.
The show has been around since 2014, but is the first to be produced by the British Broadcasting Corporation.
Although Attenbrach was not the only host to have been punished for his vocal contribution, the impact of his suspension had the same effect as any other.
On the day he was suspended, he wrote on Twitter: I am sorry, the decision to suspend me as the voice of the world is an incredibly personal one, but it is one that has been made by the board.
It was not a decision that I would make lightly.
The board was clear in its decision that this decision would not be taken lightly and that I had been the voice that they felt best represented the BBC, its fans and its history.
I am very sorry for the hurt and distress caused by the decision.
The ban on his voice is part of a wider backlash against the ‘puppet show’ culture that has seen British children’s TV series like ‘Voice Of The World’ and ‘Doctor Who’ become increasingly popular in recent years.
The idea behind the ‘Puppet Show’ culture is that children are programmed to perform various puppet performances to entertain themselves, and that this gives them the ‘power’ to influence and shape the future of the show.
Many children are also exposed to the “puppet” culture as a result of shows like ‘Battlestar Galactica’, and ‘Pinky and the Brain’.
According to the BBC’s website, the puppeteer is a fictional character created by a company called BAMTech.
It is a production company with a contract with the BBC that produces television shows that parody popular children’s series like Battlestar, The Powerpuff Girls and My Little Pony.
Despite the popularity of the puppets, it is not uncommon for children’s television shows to be banned for similar reasons.
In 2012, the BBC announced that it would be banning the show ‘Babysitter Barbie’ for a year for ‘inappropriate sexual material’.
The company responsible for the show, The Toy Corporation, which is owned by Disney, said it had received complaints about the material, and banned the show in 2013 for the same reason.
Another British television series, ‘Puppets Do It For Us’, was banned for two years in 2014 for “sexually explicit content”.
The BBC has also recently been criticized for banning the popular show ‘My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic’, which has featured the titular characters.
During the ‘Voice Show Banning’ controversy, Attenburg posted a video to his personal Facebook page of himself in a wheelchair, which he captioned: I was lucky enough to get a wheelchair when I was a little boy, and as a disabled person it has given me the chance to interact with people in a different way, to play with the things I am interested in and to talk to other disabled people in my area.
His disability has also been an issue that has often come up when people talk about the impact the ban on the ‘gong’ show has had on Attenburg’s job.
‘Gong’ Show host David Attensberger is pictured on his Twitter account in 2016.
He has been suspended from the ‘Gangnam Style’ music video by the BBC.
The ‘Voice’ ban has become an issue in the UK as well, with many people calling for an investigation into how the ban has impacted the BBC and Attenbachs life.
Last week, the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA) published an open letter to the British BBC stating that the ban is a violation of freedom of expression, and is “an affront to his right to free speech and association”.
The letter also called for a formal investigation into the “inappropriate content” of the ‘Teach a Gong’ music videos.
This week, Attensberg himself also released a statement condemning the ban.
Attenberger told the BBC: I don’t think it’s right to punish someone for doing something