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Very Sad Indeed. From todays TV listings -

9:15 AM To Buy or Not to Buy - 45 minutes

Kristian Digby and Dominic Littlewood are on the trail of a property with office space in rural Staffordshire.

10:00 AM Homes Under the Hammer – 60 minutes

Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander cast their expert eyes over three properties before they go to auction. They view places in Liverpool, Derby and Norfolk.

(One investor in the above programme Homes Under the Hammer made an astonishing £40,000 profit from doing absolutely nothing to the property brought at auction) Utter madness! It actually made me feel sick to my stomach.

11:00 AM Trading Up – 30 minutes

Louise Lear and Kevin Allan help an Evesham family sell their house.

A GRAND TOTAL of 11 hours and 15 minutes of this property crap over five days.

I really take offence at my TV license payment being used/wasted in this way. I find this outrageous with the current uncertain state of the UK housing market. I’m unsure how old each programme is as far as repeats perhaps others will have more knowledge as far as the date/period of the original broadcasts.

11:30 AM Bargain Hunt – more money spinning crap

12:15 PM Cash in the Attic – more money spinning crap

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Well, it's that age old debate.

Does Life imitate Art or Art imitate Life?

TV folk probably just mutter something about giving the punters and advertisers what they want.

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its better than before:

7am test card

8am test card

9am test card

10am words and pictures

11am trumpton

11.30 camberick green

12 news with gordon honeycombe and angela rippon

1pm pebble mill at one.

2pm take the high road

2.30 test card

3pm crossroads

3.30 playschool

4pm magpie

5pm runaround

5.35 crackerjack.

6pm more news with

7pm top of the bloody pops

8pm film: the wild geese

10pm news at ten again

11pm sky at night

1-6am test card

perhaps this will be the programming for the future.

6-9am tv-am (with robots)

9am robots under the hammer

10am robots in the attic

11am to buy or not to buy a robot

12am news

1pm trading up robots

2pm the million pound robot experiment

3pm fred dibnahs robots of industry

4pm robot wars

5pm granada news (about regional robots)

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its better than before:

7am test card

8am test card

9am test card

10am words and pictures

11am trumpton

11.30 camberick green

12 news with gordon honeycombe and angela rippon

1pm pebble mill at one.

2pm take the high road

2.30 test card

3pm crossroads

3.30 playschool

4pm magpie

5pm runaround

5.35 crackerjack.

6pm more news with

7pm top of the bloody pops

8pm film: the wild geese

10pm news at ten again

11pm sky at night

1-6am test card

:lol::lol::lol: That's exactly how it was in the 70s!

Daytime TV now is quite a depressing reflection on the UK - is the audience made up entirely of early-retired baby boomers buying and selling things? The point has been made a few times on HPC that we cannot possibly make progress as a nation by buying and selling houses to each other (or by making programmes showing people doing that).

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