Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Old, moody and doesn’t really like television


BBC Four is to become a series of talks with slides in a local library, it has been confirmed.

Following BBC Three’s move online, BBC Four is also leaving digital TV for a medium that is more relevant to its audience. From next week it will only be available as a series of one-hour talks held at 6.30pm on Tuesdays in Whitechapel Library.

A BBC Four spokesman said: “Our audience is old, moody and doesn’t really like television or the internet. Rather than watching a documentary about a blind French jazz musician, they’d like that information in the form of an overly long talk in a library delivered by a bearded man with dandruff. And with cake at the end.”

61-year-old Norman Steele said: “One thing that always frustrated me about BBC Four was that after watching a documentary about canal boats, one could not ask questions at the end.

“Particularly the kind of questions that involve picking holes in the so-called ‘experts’ in a slightly sarcastic manner.”


The channel will still be showing dark European crime dramas, if the library’s DVD section has them in stock.
Sad, but possibly true.

The Daily Mash.

Of course.

2 comments:

  1. There are only non stop repeats of old top of the pop shows when ever I have a look at BBC4

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    1. Legs and Co doth not a TV station make... Jx

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