Sun 15 November 2009, The Times

BBC barred Enid Blyton as ‘second rate’

By Steven Swinford and Richard Brooks
Enid Blyton, the children’s author, was banned from the BBC for nearly 30 years because the corporation considered her a “second-rater” whose work “lacked literary value”.
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