Auntie Beeb letting me down

READING various articles in your paper about TV programmes, it occurred to me that most are for children or young parents.

I also wonder at the intelligence of some of the producers.

We have to tolerate all the fancy advertisements before a programme is put on which appeals to our fancy, but every spoken word is drowned by background music that leaves us with a drumming headache.

What has happened to the BBC?

It’s certainly lost its favour with me, or should I prefer all those Americanised programmes?

I am not an internet user, but I like a good radio or TV programme in my old age, which I feel entitled to.

V Lloyd

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