I expect simple behaviours here. Friendship, and love. Any advice should be from the perspective of the person asking, not the person giving! We have had to make new membership moderated to combat the huge number of spammers who register
Location: Western US
Registered: October 2014
Hmm. Sorry, Timmy. I hung in there for as long as I could, but after about 6 minutes, at the return to the Greek hospital, that was all I could take. Fortunately the Ministry of Silly Walks is always available to redeem the image of 'highbrow' British comedy!
Location: UK, in Devon
Registered: February 2003
I guess it's my quirky taste. Couple that with the fact that I despise almost all news broadcasting because it has become self serving rather than serving the public, and you may yet see why I love this!
Location: SW England
Registered: September 2012
I had never heard of that programme until just now, Timmy. I watch very little TV but I'm concerned that I missed that one. It's a worthy successor to Drop the Dead Donkey and on BBC Radio 4, Radio Active. It is hilarious - a really good mickey-take of the wholly naff news programmes that I occasionally encounter by accident. The hapless reporter in Athens, unmistakably a young Benedict Cumberbatch, was priceless.
I dare say half the audience - over half the audience, thought it was genuine and not a wicked spoof.