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Topic History of: Utterly ghastly BBC Morning Show on TV
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Wyot Honey wrote:
[quote]Wyot wrote:
[quote]Honey wrote:


I wonder if the type of programmes we like really does reveal our intelligence? I don't watch anything that wouldn't be suitable for a chimpanzee.


I suspect in your case Honey intelligence is simply "resting" when you watch these shows, but is soon engaged once more after you turn off the TV and settle back in your arm chair with a volume of Proust...
Green Man I’m glad to say I can pretty much live without TV.

For stock car racing there’s online radio stations with live commentary.
Honey Wyot wrote:
Honey wrote:
Television should cater for all types of people, not just the "intelligent". Particularly the BBC.
If thick, dull or "uncultured" people want to watch Piers Morgan, Kym Marsh, and Victoria Derbyshire why shouldn't they?
Everybody else can switch off.


Yes but where is the cultured and intelligent stuff on the BBC for me to go to Honey?



Intelligent people claim they don't watch television, apart from fawning over David Attenborough, so you wont need it, Wyot.

I would quite like to watch the early morning shows, but both channels only ever employ people that I have an irrational hatred of, so it is not possible.

I do often catch the first half hour of the Schofield show though, the one that has Mark Williams Thomas as the expert for all things.


I wonder if the type of programmes we like really does reveal our intelligence? I don't watch anything that wouldn't be suitable for a chimpanzee.
Wyot Honey wrote:
Television should cater for all types of people, not just the "intelligent". Particularly the BBC.
If thick, dull or "uncultured" people want to watch Piers Morgan, Kym Marsh, and Victoria Derbyshire why shouldn't they?
Everybody else can switch off.


Yes but where is the cultured and intelligent stuff on the BBC for me to go to Honey?
Honey Television should cater for all types of people, not just the "intelligent". Particularly the BBC.
If thick, dull or "uncultured" people want to watch Piers Morgan, Kym Marsh, and Victoria Derbyshire why shouldn't they?
Everybody else can switch off.