posted on Feb, 27 2013 @ 05:25 AM
The BBC in fairness at least used, USED
to have some factual programmes on and not just complete guff. The old open uni stuff was awesome.
I've just noticed a horrific trend of late that even these so called factual programmes be it historical in nature or otherwise are either tending
towards complete fantastical bullcrap, or actually daring to go as far as explaining the blindingly obvious stuff as though they think we are all
Whats worse, is that they go so far in simplifying what they are explaining, whilst concentrating on some manly camera shot of the pretty boy son of
another presenter that they end up telling some weird mangled half truth of what actually went on.
The latest efforts in regards to the Industrial Revolution and birth of railways in particular had Mr Suspiria actually shouting at the TV in rage. It
It's not exactly like we bother watching anything else, the little'un can't abide Cbeebies anymore and I'll be damned if I'll stoop to the likes of
Strictly, my life isn't that horrifically mundane for the time being. It seem's like Auntie Beeb seems so sure that it's done a number on us with
it's usual bilge that its prematurely celebrated the demise of our braincells and now thinks it can pass off History 101 for the braindead as
something that was originally the only thing worth paying a TV license for.
They are obviously too busy pissing it up the wall on sequins and sex parties now.
edit on 27-2-2013 by Suspiria because: (no reason given)