For a couple of weeks.
I've already posted my vote, so all the pontificating won't have the slightest effect now!
Just don't watch the news... Oh, wait, there isn't much else worth watching.
I'll join you. I wish there were separate channels for sport and politics.
john bunyan, echo that!!
I'll join you. I wish there were separate channels for sport and politics. john bunyan
Yes plus a BBC Sports chanel
Actually, I don't think we have a TV that we can fully turn off without unplugging at the mains socket, which is often inaccessible.
Turn them off for too long and the programme guide isn't populated and there's a queue of software updates waiting to be actioned.
But getting back to the main point, there's dozens of channels even on Freeview plus the catch-up services. I can't say that I've seen much in the way of political shows this time round yet.
We have been viewing Hinterland and the jury programme on CH4. Both get recorded and are watched after the actual broadcast, so don't give me any spoilers!
I know many programmes can be got on catch-up, but I prefer to record them so that I can skip the adds and add subtitles if I have difficulty hearing the dialogue.
separate channels for
sport - sky sports ;0)
and politics. BBC Parliament
The rest just show reality TV and repeats with the odd decent program now and again.
No wonder on demand TV is doing so well.
"...all the pontificating won't have the slightest effect now!"
There will be plenty, of that we can be sure. The campaigning resumes with a vengeance tomorrow, and with only 13 days before we vote, there's going to be some serious electioneering.
I watch the progress of golf tournaments in schematic form on the internet. Golfer on first tee has driven 257yds into the left rough. 50yds to hole.
Who needs TV?
All you have to do is turn the computer off for a couple of weeks as well.
Then the lack of noise might be deafening.
I've just voted too.
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