Well, there's this story on its site:
A woman presenter has appeared on Egyptian state TV in an Islamic headscarf for what is believed to be first time since it opened in 1960. Fatima Nabil wore a cream-coloured headscarf as she read a news bulletin. Under the regime of ex-President Hosni Mubarak there was an unofficial ban on women presenters covering their hair. But the new Muslim Brotherhood-led government has introduced new rules, saying that nearly 70% of Egyptian women wear the headscarf.
Fatima Nabil appeared in the headscarf to read the mid-day news bulletin on Sunday. The presenter later told the BBC: "At last the revolution has reached state television." She is expected to be followed by other news and weather presenters similarly dressed.
While once could sympathize with the discriminatory ban on appearing with one's head covered, such a fashion is usually indicative of a more restrictive approach to women's rights and the fact that the
new Muslim Brotherhood-led government has introduced new rules, saying that nearly 70% of Egyptian women wear the headscarf.
means that modern-looking women will be oppressed and their rights squashed.
So, what headline did the BBC give to this story?
Breakdown, truly, of liberal humanist values..