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To listen to on BBC7: 70-year-old Celia is guided down the darker threads of the world wide web by her grandson.


( 3 Mouthfuls — Munch On! )
16th Jul, 2010 01:05 (UTC)
Haha! I listened to that at work yesterday. Loved it. The BBC iPlayer gets me through the day!

How are you? *hugs* Hope things are well with you.
16th Jul, 2010 12:28 (UTC)
Hello Lorelei,
Things are as usual... Surfing, reading, watching TV... As Paul can't stand me being farther than 1 meter or so from him, I don't really have a choice LOL
I see I'm not the only one addicted to BBC7! I don't usually listen to many humour stuff because it's too fast, I don't get a lot, though the Museum of Everything and the sitcom in Hell are fine. I first check Horror, then Sci-Fi, then Crime :o)
All that reminds me of radio in my youth, when France Inter broadcasted a lot of audiodramas (crime and sci-fi mostly, and classical theater). Those days are gone... Now it's only talk-show and rap or hip-hop, sigh.
17th Jul, 2010 18:04 (UTC)
Oh yes. Radio plays, etc. had their heyday here back in the 1920s-1940s before television came along, and after that it pretty much died out. I think it's quite amazing that Great Britain has not only kept the art alive, but it's thriving. I love the BBC. Wish our radio/TV was half so good!

I like some of the comedies, especially the topical ones like Newsjack and The Now Show. And the dramas are really good. I love Sherlock Holmes best, and I also like Poirot and Maigret. And I'm always happy when there's an especially good Afternoon Play I can sink my teeth into. Really makes the day go by faster!

Hope Paul's doing well and that you're having a good summer!
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