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Goodbye Facebook?

It’s been an eventful week. Facebook blocked my website and blog.

Perhaps my post about doing research for the film, ‘The Prostitute’, was found offensive or perhaps it was my post about Orgreave. At this point we’re still waiting on an answer from Facebook. If you’ve liked, shared and enjoyed my posts on Facebook the last two months then I ask you to take action with these simple steps..

1. Log on to Facebook and click on: https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/571927962827151

2. Write a few lines of support. Alternatively, you can copy and paste this but remember to sign it off with your name.

“www.tonygarnett.info is the official website for UK TV and Film producer Tony Garnett. I follow Tony Garnett on Facebook. The posts I have read haven’t contained nudity, pornographic content or illegal material of any kind. The content consists of movie/drama credits, published interviews and Mr Garnett’s personal blog posts on social affairs. Please review and remove the block.”

In the meantime, you can find me tweeting freely on Twitter www.twitter.com/tonytgarnett. I hope you will join me there.

Thanks for your support,
Tony

 The Day the Music Died is the memoir of BBC director and producer, Tony Garnett. For the first time, Tony shares exclusive details from his childhood in working-class and war torn Birmingham. He takes readers behind the scenes of a selection of his more famous productions, offering secrets and anecdotes. Some moving and some amusing. Now available to buy on Amazon.
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2 Responses so far.

  1. Gilly Fraser says:
    You always told the truth. Its reminded me to order your book. All support.
  2. Carol Garnett says:
    I now living in Portland Oregon and Just purchased your recent book. My name is also Garnett, from up north Yorkshire way. Is it possible we have a connection?

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