Television in the 1960s & 70s had just as much dross and the programmes were a lot more tediously patronising than they are now... - A. A. Gill Quotes
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Quote:Television in the 1960s & 70s had just as much dross and the programmes were a lot more tediously patronising than they are now. Memory truncates occasional gems into a glittering skein of brilliance. More television, more channels means more good television and, of course, more bad. The same equation applies to publishing, film and, I expect, sumo wrestling. - A. A. Gill Quotes
  


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