Shouting at the Telly

John Grindrod Colin Harvey

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Shouting at the Telly

Shouting at the Telly By John Grindrod Colin Harvey Shouting at the Telly None

  • Title: Shouting at the Telly
  • Author: John Grindrod Colin Harvey
  • ISBN: 9780571248025
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Travelin on said:

      There really should be a program to rehabilitate good book titles as entirely better books I d thought I d hit a kind of disturbing, time saving luck by plucking an essay from the middle of the book, a short essay showing what a deprived, Telly zombified boor the editor was, but no, the intellectual depravation runs at random throughout the book The topics are exclusively random television programs from England as well Accident Per the title Hey Brits, stop charging me 6 euro to hear you spew ju [...]

    2. Godzilla on said:

      Having finished a book on the way to work I had failed to arrange my next choice So I picked this up as a short term gap.It has some interesting short reviews of classic films and offers some different persepctives on the goggle box , but a lot of it is the same old views trotted out by people at parties.Kevin Eldon s assessment of Supercar as being best left as a happy memory certainly struck a chord with me not Supercar particularly, but revisting childhood favourites can often leave you dispa [...]

    3. Ipswichblade on said:

      As usual with a mixture of writers some of the essays are interesting than others Interesting how times change quite quickly, this book was published in 2009 and one of the pieces praises Jimmy Saville on Top of the Pops, probably wouldn t be in there if it was written today

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