TV was tat,so was the radio(I got sick of hearing each stations version of the xmas top ten)DVD's I'd been given are watchable,if you enjoy looking at your TV thru the letterbox(cant get the player set to display a fullscreen,it has black bands top/bottom)and family meant I couldnt retire to my PC for long without someone reading my screen over my shoulder and then discussing whatever they'd seen meaning I was being asked to go back to whatever website.The more I think about the days events,the more favourable I am to the prospect of christmas being banned forever. :)
Repeat after repeat of programmes on a couple of weeks ago. Boxing day some good programmmes on about the real entertainers of years ago. I am looking forward to the 39 Steps on Sunday, at least a new version of an old story. I spent Christmas on my own and was never so bored in my life, I suppose it was wishful thinking something of interest would be on. Eastenders, Coronation St. Come Dancing the same old rubbish that you can watch 365 days of the year. At least I had a couple of good books to read.