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Posted 24th Dec 2019

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Romesh Ranganathan heads to some of the world's least likely tourist destinations.

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weeZl24/12/2019 08:49

along with richard ayoade probably two of the most unfunny and irritating …along with richard ayoade probably two of the most unfunny and irritating people on television these days. and we pay £ 154.50 for the privilege.


In your opinion
Ah, I see we have people here who think their £154.50 contribution to the license fee means the BBC should only produce material that caters for them personally.
I don't understand people who don't pay their TV licence. Like that kind of free mentality and half of them probably leech off the services for free otherwise how would they be able to comment on how crap the service is or how rubbish and talentless the comics are ...... In my opinion
Edited by: "MITTY121" 24th Dec 2019
along with richard ayoade probably two of the most unfunny and irritating people on television these days. and we pay £ 154.50 for the privilege.
Edited by: "weeZl" 24th Dec 2019
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Good show but not worth paying for

Its one of those shows which you can only watch once
I'm sure you can download on BBC I player?
You forgot to put the show name in the title!
SirSpanky24/12/2019 08:31

You forgot to put the show name in the title!


Doh! So I did :P

I'm on it...
along with richard ayoade probably two of the most unfunny and irritating people on television these days. and we pay £ 154.50 for the privilege.
Edited by: "weeZl" 24th Dec 2019
weeZl24/12/2019 08:49

along with richard ayoade probably two of the most unfunny and irritating …along with richard ayoade probably two of the most unfunny and irritating people on television these days. and we pay £ 154.50 for the privilege.


In your opinion
ranja8124/12/2019 09:06

In your opinion


In my opinion...along with richard ayoade, two of the most unfunny and irritating people on television these days. and we pay £ 154.50 for the privilege.
weeZl24/12/2019 09:09

In my opinion...along with richard ayoade, two of the most unfunny and …In my opinion...along with richard ayoade, two of the most unfunny and irritating people on television these days. and we pay £ 154.50 for the privilege.


Better
weeZl24/12/2019 08:49

along with richard ayoade probably two of the most unfunny and irritating …along with richard ayoade probably two of the most unfunny and irritating people on television these days. and we pay £ 154.50 for the privilege.


The bbc is full of talentless privileged people who are made into celebs. I cancelled my TV license a while ago.
Madchester24/12/2019 09:33

The bbc is full of talentless privileged people who are made into celebs. …The bbc is full of talentless privileged people who are made into celebs. I cancelled my TV license a while ago.


Oh don't get me started.....
Ah, I see we have people here who think their £154.50 contribution to the license fee means the BBC should only produce material that caters for them personally.
I don't understand people who don't pay their TV licence. Like that kind of free mentality and half of them probably leech off the services for free otherwise how would they be able to comment on how crap the service is or how rubbish and talentless the comics are ...... In my opinion
Edited by: "MITTY121" 24th Dec 2019
Ashe24/12/2019 09:42

Ah, I see we have people here who think their £154.50 contribution to the …Ah, I see we have people here who think their £154.50 contribution to the license fee means the BBC should only produce material that caters for them personally.


Yes - that's the whole point of the BBC and the licence fee to produce some niche programs that some other channels would not want to risk as the market may be too small.

There is 90%+ on the BBC that I don't like (soaps, dramas, dance and cookery programmes).

Some people would watch Only Fools And Horses and Malcombe and Wise all day long and I do enjoy them also and respect people for that, but I also like programs like the Detectorists, League of Gentlemen, Inside No 9, This Country and some other "different" comedy.
Edited by: "Dragon32" 24th Dec 2019
weeZl24/12/2019 09:09

In my opinion...along with richard ayoade, two of the most unfunny and …In my opinion...along with richard ayoade, two of the most unfunny and irritating people on television these days. and we pay £ 154.50 for the privilege.


Do you have any recommendations on Comedians you do like?... in your opinion of course
Chubby Brown imo Ha Ha Ha
No BBC for him though
Auric_Goldfinger24/12/2019 10:11

Do you have any recommendations on Comedians you do like?... in your …Do you have any recommendations on Comedians you do like?... in your opinion of course


I think you are under the impression that Ranganathan and the other fella are comedians. I have only seen their travel programs which are childish, purile and rude. Rick Stein could teach these talentless pair a lesson on travel.
If the BBC was subscription, those who still want to watch the broadcasting genius of Ranganathan can by paying, say £154.50. Those that prefer not to don't pay. What is unfair about that arrangement?
weeZl24/12/2019 12:54

I think you are under the impression that Ranganathan and the other fella …I think you are under the impression that Ranganathan and the other fella are comedians. I have only seen their travel programs which are childish, purile and rude. Rick Stein could teach these talentless pair a lesson on travel.If the BBC was subscription, those who still want to watch the broadcasting genius of Ranganathan can by paying, say £154.50. Those that prefer not to don't pay. What is unfair about that arrangement?


Im starting to believe youre a comedian given your autocratic responses... I simply asked your comedic recommendations (cheekily out of curiosity) and now youre on a soap box debating the BBC licensing policy and comparing Rick Stein to comedians (he is a good celebrity chef as it happens). Maybe just turn over and watch something else in said TV slots or or try one of the many other existing subscription servies?
Edited by: "Auric_Goldfinger" 24th Dec 2019
salamijack24/12/2019 11:38

Chubby Brown imo Ha Ha Ha



Lol, probably one of the worst comedians in the world, Frankie Boyle farts better jokes than chubby.
Can't wait for BJ to decriminalise non payment of license fee. Sick of this nonsense.
tempt24/12/2019 16:42

Can't wait for BJ to decriminalise non payment of license fee. Sick of …Can't wait for BJ to decriminalise non payment of license fee. Sick of this nonsense.


Hear hear.
weeZl24/12/2019 08:49

along with richard ayoade probably two of the most unfunny and irritating …along with richard ayoade probably two of the most unfunny and irritating people on television these days. and we pay £ 154.50 for the privilege.


And what have they both got in common.....
tempt24/12/2019 16:42

Can't wait for BJ to decriminalise non payment of license fee. Sick of …Can't wait for BJ to decriminalise non payment of license fee. Sick of this nonsense.


Then we will have no TV at all if no-one pays to keep the transmitters running properly.
loonyboyx24/12/2019 20:10

Then we will have no TV at all if no-one pays to keep the transmitters …Then we will have no TV at all if no-one pays to keep the transmitters running properly.


can't remember the last thing i watched anything relayed by a transmitter. those who rely on them can pay for it.
tempt24/12/2019 20:18

can't remember the last thing i watched anything relayed by a transmitter. …can't remember the last thing i watched anything relayed by a transmitter. those who rely on them can pay for it.


It doesn't work like that.
Well the BBC license debate will no doubt continue for many years to come, so we can all agree to disagree. But having seen the BBC Christmas schedule for this year, I think I will be pursuing the option to tell them to poke it in the New Year. It's just too expensive and wasteful.
He's everywhere I'm scared to swap channels on the tv in case he turns up.. now he's turned up on HotUKDeals. Is there nowhere I can escape this bloke 😣
Groovii.D05/01/2020 19:14

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I'm not entirely sure what that opinion has to do with my post regarding people self-centred enough to think their contribution means the BBC should only produce content for them personally and ignore what other license fee payers may also want.
Edited by: "Ashe" 5th Jan
Groovii.D05/01/2020 20:40

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Call it whatever you like, still has nothing to do with my comment.
The no adventure at all of Rubbish Ranganathan more like.
Boyf calls him "Rubbish Ranganathan"
elvisbueller05/01/2020 21:02

The no adventure at all of Rubbish Ranganathan more like.



Ha, and as if by magic...
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