Yes. How dare a regional accent make it to the BBC.
I'm not having that discussion again. The pronunciation of those words/numbers is wrong. Not debatable.
Th-fronting is a part of many regional accents. It isn't, therefore, "wrong". You just happen to dislike it.
Just because the use of th-fronting is becoming more common does not make it right. There is a widely recognised, longstanding correct pronunciation of these words. I have absolutely no objection to the use of regional accents - in fact, I welcome it. However, when an accent stretches things to a point where there's a significant deviation from the standard pronunciation of words, that's where I believe we have a problem. And 'th' becoming 'f' is one such example. I am aware of many accents which have many such deviations - and I can assure you, we'll never hear one of those accents announcing programmes on BBC One because the majority of the population would not understand half of what's being said.
There's a significant role for schools in all of this. I have read many reports of teachers being criticised for their regional accents. I am all for celebrating the rich diversity of accents. However, there are certain fundamental elements of pronunciation that need to be protected and standardised in our English lessons.
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