TV

Hi everybody,mostly i don't spend much time watching the box in the corner  But seeing as iv just finished membraning the front garden ready to loose stone it with raised beds and some nice potted plants (all doo too cats continually using it as a toilet) i thought id just check Whats on over Christmas, and i can honestly say if i were in control of what rubbish is going to be put on I would  Sack Myself and give the job to somebody else,when i think how much they get paid its an insultimage its  all  the same rubbish loads of repeats and  now they put a  new tab beside it as its a different person going  to present and  talk about all the once again repeat stuff  so this makes it ? NO weather its BBC or the others its Rubbish and a disgraceimage Right i feel much better now and the suns just showed its face, might into Tenby for a Christmas coffeeand  oh by the way the allotments looking all ready for next year after all the great advise you gave me this year So just be carefull with that TV All have a merry one and good luck to everybodyimage image  im told next year is going to be very sunny  with rain only over night to order if required imageAlan 4711 

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  • Gary HobsonGary Hobson Posts: 1,892

    TV is largely a matter of individual choice.

    For me, the only unmissable TV Christmas program was the SCD final, which was shown last night.

    Radio Times for Christmas and New Year contains some 280 pages of, well, ....

    Alan4711 wrote (see)

    ...Rubbish ...

    Channel 5's offering for Christmas day is back-to-back episodes of Eddie Stobbarts Trucks and Trailers. For goodness' sake!

    There's very little that you wouldn't find on an average weekend or weekday.

    Surprisingly there seems to be virtually nothing about the Olympics. Just one program, already shown, with Gaby Logan acting silly, and bunch of comedians, taking a wry view of the event.

  • sotongeoffsotongeoff Posts: 9,806

    Alan- as someone who watches too much TVimage-calling it all rubbish is a bit OTT-there is some good stuff on but it is matter of personal taste

    What do you like?

     

  • Caz WCaz W Posts: 1,353

    After a quick look through the Radio Times and as someone who doesn't watch much TV  I thought it didn't look too bad this year.image  Quite a few new offerings I'm looking forward to like Downton, Mrs Brown's Boys, Miranda and The Royle Family as well as a couple of good films. 

  • Gary HobsonGary Hobson Posts: 1,892

    It would be nice to have some programs which have something special about them.

    There's one hour of Downton Abbey, and a Christmas Special of SCD. I would describe those as decent original programs for Christmas. But original programs like that are far too few.

    Far too much of the rest is recycled dross.

    If we're going to have repeats, at least we could have something decent repeated - Monty's Italian Gardens, or a repeat of the Olympics Opening Ceremony - that would have filled up 3 hours of the schedule.

    Ideally we'd like Skyfall. But the BBC coffers probably don't run to that. So, on Christmas Day, we've got a repeat of Dads' Army instead. It really isn't as good.

  • artjakartjak Posts: 4,168

    I've set the magic machine to record loads of films which I can then watch over the next few months.

  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 24,255

    What's a TV?

  • sotongeoffsotongeoff Posts: 9,806

    Transvestiteimage

  • happymarionhappymarion Posts: 4,591

    There's a lovely opera and Broadway music.

  • your right there is alot of rubbish on over Christmas,and if you have been around as long as I have ,you will have seen most of the films dozen times or more.Is it because they think we will be to drunk and disorderly to notice or cant they afford anything else.but of course if you haven't seen any of the rubbish they put on you might well enjoy it,(moan).

  • Just a matter of taste-TV-what someone calls rubbish is just their opinion-I really dont think there is any need to be so dismissiveimage-or a bit snootyimage

    Anyway there is always radio,books and families-enough to keep any body occupiedimage

    Wont be watching opera-but will be watching Mrs Browns Boys-along with the rest of the great unwashedimage

    Happy Christmas to all-whatever you do with itimage

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