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in The potting shed
Considering how mutch a tv licence costs these days, you think they would try to show something for everyone..
The new season starts next Friday. There's a 3-page feature in next week's Radio Times. If you click on these images, and then click again to enlarge, you can read the text...
To be fair to the BBC-they do try to cater for all tastes-but you cant please everyone-as for showing old programmes a lot of repeat showings are a question of rights issues-it is not just a matter of taking one of the shelf and sticking it a DVD player
There are other channels out there-who also do not embrace the gardening mantra
yippee will look forward to it yes and why isint there a gardening channel out of all the idiot reality shows there are i wonder who i could write to and complain
your right sam, there are a million cookery programes, along with so called reality tv, history, wildlife, home improvement, house programes, drama and crime. But no dedication to one of the main sources of life on this planet - plants
heres a few to be going on with;
From Becks yesterday
"Monty just tweeted:
2nd days filming for next week's GW went well. Cold, grey day but warm bright programme. Lovely VT's, snowdrops, paths, pruning and Nigel.
Looking forward to seeing Nigel back on his paws again fit and well.
does anyone remember geoff hamilton,just befor he died i went to see his cottage garden i met his son very nice chap but i was amazed at how small his garden was as it looked huge on tv same with alan tichmarsh so i wonder how big montys garden is,i would love to go and have a good old nosy
Looking forward to it as well as Beechgrove being on the TV.
Hi ,The BBC without exception make the best garden programs, R,T,E . will make a six week garden program once in a blue moon , and believe they have done a great job , have any of you seen Amarican's TV attempt at Gardening ,.Yeach sick