(Wrong publish date. Corrected now)
I had started a post on tv, with too much writing. Instead I will give a day by day blow for a week or so and throw other stuff in where I think of it.
Today I watched recorded Landline. You have to keep in touch with your country roots. Kezza, take note. Lamb prices down. Southern oscillation index not looking good. Kill the wild horses in NZ.
Watched a recorded Aussie doco on tropical rain forests. Very interesting, narrated by Jack Thompson I think, who can use a broad Aussie accent, but he did not for this show. It should sell well internationally. A boi bower bird destroying another boi bower bird's courting room was kewl.
Watched half a show about the wall dividing East and West Germany. Interesting. Bloke wanted to smuggle his girlfriend from west to east, he had rights of passage, and substituted his fuel tank with his g/f.
Will watch the rest.
Heard news all day, so no interest in news tonight, except for wanting to see pics of the fallen building in Brunswick. Hope Fenz's foundations are ok.
7.30 Report, half watched.
New Inventors, half watched. A cockroach trap?
City Homicide. She did not highly feature this week, but I vividly recall last week when Noni Hazelhurst had a big part and she was fabulous. Noni is magic. What an actor.
Watching recorded Spics and Specks now. Someone suggested that the show will go forever. I don't think so.
The slip in, a fabulous doco on the Ganges. I tried to watch the recent show about India, but I lost interest. The three part Ganges show was great.