It's the old debate about information versus entertainment: GW is easy on the eye, glossy and attractive. You wouldn't watch Top Gear or Mary Berry for advice about changing a tyre or feeding a fussy family on a tight budget and you don't get a lot of practical advice from GW. I would dearly like to see some more practical programmes but I know the companies must all compete for viewing figures, now, or people will start moaning about the licence fee.
He grew those grasses himself, from seed, @Tim Burr. You are letting your prejudices get in the way of the facts. Monty is equally popular with house husbands, who also have degrees and a professional working life behind them If you don’t enjoy it, don’t watch it, but don’t resort to sexist slurs to justify unsubstantiated opinions. Good grief, what century are we in? I suggest you check your calendar.
barry island said:
I'm a house husband and don't find Monty boring at all in fact he's charming and if more men were like him the world would be a better place, hope that's not "sexist".