The marvels of technology allow us to watch TV even if we don’t actually have a television set, and to watch programmes at times totally unrelated to when they are actually broadcast. I found this film on offer recently:
What really caught my attention was how close I had come to missing it after all these years:
I wonder if they really did keep their word and remove it on Tuesday or whether, like David Bowie, they decided they “might be able to stretch it till Wednesday”:
Aliens in the permafrost didn’t really appeal, though, so I went looking for a crime drama. There are so many on offer; how is one to decide between them when their attractions are described so eloquently by the censors?
All of these warnings are from the Miss Marple series, so I’d be disappointed if any of the episodes didn’t have at least one dead body in it.
“Mild murder scenes” is one of my new favourite phrases, but the final warning has me marginally confused:
Surely even the most genteel murder must be a moderate crime?