Christmas television.

  Chronos the 2nd 08:48 14 Dec 12

As it is little more than ten days to the festivities begin and there has been minimal previews of the Christmas television viewing. Can we assume that this year, as with the previous few years the TV channels will be showing nothing more than a diet of repeats interspersed with a rare Christmas special? And the reason that there has been little advertising of this televisual boredom is finally the channels have accepted that we are possibly not quite as thick as they usually see the viewing public and have shown much welcomed common decency by not trying to convince us that programs over the festive period will be great.

Unusual I know but possible perhaps?

  Quickbeam 07:49 31 Dec 12

I'm sure they would soon change the rules if it became the norm to watch in ways that don't as yet require a licence.

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