I might've mentioned it here. Science journalist did a big piece about cholesterol and saturated fats and basically asked if we're prescribing statins to too many people.

Said journalist had, unfortunately, let her advocacy get in the way of good journalism and the piece was rather a mess. This was why she got in to a lot of hot water, especially when she did it again on a very different topic. That second time ended her career with that broadcaster.

However, what I actually wanted to say was that buried in the first report was some genuine science about saturated fats. Which the premier medical journalist for the same broadcaster publicly debunked and was in favour of more people taking statins! He lost quite a lot of credibility in my eyes for that, which was a shame as he is a very good radio interviewer.