The odd thing is that we live in more PC times yet also cruder ones. Just look at some of the stuff in Fleabag which is hailed as genius comedy, but from the clips I've seen it's not funny and contains stuff that shows the relative innocence of the unfairly maligned Carry On films.Is it any wonder that comedy is rubbish nowadays with all the PC restrictions imposed on us. The youngsters would have an eye opener if the programmers were brave enough to re run 'The comedians' and suchlike.
That's probably because, in those days, there were only three channels and not many people had computers or games consoles. What else could they be doing? (Aside from watching BBC Two or ITV?)Summer wine will NEVER be beaten.
Fact, the Christmas episode 'Whoops' in 1981 was watched by over 18 million viewers. Nothing even comes near nowadays. Seasons greetings to all.
Its interesting.. I've been enjoying Inspector Morse lately. Never watched it before. Great scripts I feel and acting, plus a great theme song .I did the same and added extra funds binning the TV Licence, saved over £750 so far, you can get a lot of DVD's for that
But to play a dvd you need a TV. If you possess a TV then I thought it was necessary to have a BBC TV licence.I did the same and added extra funds binning the TV Licence, saved over £750 so far, you can get a lot of DVD's for that
I don't think you need a TV licence if you're only watching DVD's however if you watch any streaming service such as YouTube, you need a licence even if it is on a PCBut to play a dvd you need a TV. If you possess a TV then I thought it was necessary to have a BBC TV licence.
I think the licence will need to be reviewed by government because the ratings for watching BBC channels have decreased substantially due to subscription channels.