This popped up on twitter today, via timehop:
It's a year old, but I imagine they'll be saying similar things again soon.
I always think of this as the 'Microsoft mistake' - thinking that a long list of features represents better value, and seems like better value, than a shorter list of features people understand and approve of.
I imagine people thought more of the BBC that did less.
Contrast this approach with the one that saved Apple. Fewer, better, more understandable products.
Don't get me wrong, I love the BBC, but if you wanted to illustrate feature-creep this would be the way to do it.