Tuesday, 6 July 2010
Help an hour of my life's been stolen: ITV's Drama season kicks off
Now in real life an identity thief gets your credit card and books a flight to Warsaw , buys a flat screen telly and tries to empty your bank account. Once he's done or you've reported your cards compromised, the party ends. To build a programme on such a thin premise requires a lot of suspension of disbelief and some cracking good writing.
So did that happen?
The good news is that you now know to plan around this. You could have watched the Well good show, but we already know that's a 10 on the Vogon scale, you could have watched a repeat of Cities of the world or just taken a walk. Being a divorced Dad I could have watched the BBC thing A Century of Fatherhood, but I think I'll pass as I was having a mostly good day till now. Tomorrow the football returns and the hope of nations hang on the whims and talent of referees and footballers. Sadly it's ITV's turn to make a hash of the coverage yet again, so I'll just be tuning in for the kick off and forced to migrate to five live for commentary. Come on you Oranje, we all want a Holland Germany final.
Before I forget, Digital spy reports that
said that he has no plans to make a Doctor Who movie. film, which would be released in 2012.
This from the same site that couldn't get the weather right if they stuck their heads out the window. Digital Spy make The Sun look like the Times of London some days. All I can say is, better be as accurate as all the other equally imaginative Who rumours floated in the past.