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Which Tv Programmes Do You Switch Off ?

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Supermarket Sweep

 

Loose Women

 

 

All soaps

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You're switched on!

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*EastEnders - nothing against soaps, just can't take that one.

* News - should listen to it but sick of all the gloom and doom.

*Any reality show - don't like the 'celebrities' banging on about themselves.

Edited by Rollypolly

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Any kind of 'contestant' based show that involves fighting against time. Which is probably all of them to be honest.

 

I don't do make-overs, property buying, garden reinventions, picking frocks for weddings, reality TV, soap operas, films that have been edited/cut or American football.  

 

The beloved and I are very selective 😀.

Edited by wearysmith

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1 hour ago, Rollypolly said:

*EastEnders - nothing against soaps, just can't take that one.

* News - should listen to it but sick of all the gloom and doom.

*Any reality show - don't like the 'celebrities' banging on about themselves.

Ditto your comments.   Eastenders.  Some should tell the writers that you don't need to shout lines to show emotion. 

Makeover shows, whether humans, gardens or buildings. 

 

Agree with Patricia, Loose Women, although my wife watches it.  Let's call it by its proper title, "Loose OAP's" who should realise they are no longer in their mid 30's.  Gobby, opinionated yet ill-informed, second rate presenters (who used to be, by & large, second rate tv actresses) who are not intelligent enough, (with the exception of Janet Street Porter), to go on something like Radio 4's 'Women's Hour'.

 

Supermarket Sweep. Just turned the TV on & the credits are rolling.  Hurrah! 

 

The One Show. 

 

Good Morning Britain but only Monday to Wednesday when Pierce Morgan's on.

 

 

 

Edited by Baron99

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3 minutes ago, Baron99 said:

Ditto your comments.   Eastenders.  Some should tell the writers that you don't need to shout lines to show emotion. 

Makeover shows, whether humans, gardens or buildings. 

 

Agree with Patricia, Loose Women, although my wife watches it.  Let's call it by its proper title, "Loose OAP's" who should realise they are no longer in their mid 30's.  Gobby, opinionated yet ill-informed, second rate presenters (who used to be, by & large, second rate tv actresses) who are not intelligent enough, (with the exception of Janet Street Porter), to go on something like Radio 4's 'Women's Hour'.

 

Supermarket Sweep. Just turned the TV on & the credits are rolling. 

 

The One Show. 

 

Good Morning Britain but only Monday to Wednesday when Pierce Morgan's on.

 

 

 

I agree about The One Show. Must be the most boring show on tv but they still keep having it on. Every Night !!!!

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All soaps.

 

Any reality shows, especially if Simon Cowell involved.

 

Anything with Ant & Dec in (I know some find them popular but I cant see why) 

 

Any Slimming programmes or Eat Well for Less type ones

 

Masterchef

 

Oh, and Mrs Browns Boys

 

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Pointless. Uncheckable results delivered by pompous  prats.

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I don't like the poorly donkey adverts.

 

Or the one with the bears.

Edited by tinfoilhat

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One on at the moment. Think it's called 'Ghosts'.

 

How that has an 8.30pm slot on BBC1 I'll never know.  

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Channel 4 News, BBC News and Sky News. Stopped watching for a few months now and it's good for me.

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