Midsomer Murders, Last of the Summer Wine, Dads Army and First of the Summer Wine got us through lockdown.I only watch a bit of the news, that's it.
I tend to watch an old series on DVD whilst eating dinner - midsomer murders, doc Martin easy watching stuff.
No TV programmes at all
My wife and I enjoy having a box set to work through. Its relaxing putting on an episode when sitting down with evening meal and a glass of wine.Midsomer Murders, Last of the Summer Wine, Dads Army and First of the Summer Wine got us through lockdown.
These were the days when familys talked to each other, men spent more time doing things because there were no power tools and familys entertained themselves, not all sitting like zombies starring at the screen and they thought Tv was detrimental to society, little did they realise that one day the so called smart phone would create phone zombies and people would walk down the street apparently talking to themselves like some nut nut or lost cause.I find myself increasingly pondering the question of what people
did with their time, before television.
I had that experience in a Drs waiting room some years ago, surreal.I knew the world was definitely crazy when I saw two people sat opposite each other in a restaurant, sat at a table for two, texting each other.
I can't watch Eastenders without inserting the swear words that would be there in real life.I accidentally caught a minute of EastEnders the other day, never have I seen such bile and animosity, I certainly wasn’t going to waste another minute watching any more of it. There are compensations to being single, you can watch what you want and channels such as Blaze keep me perfectly happy with programs like Combat Dealers. Ian