Letter: TV turn-off.
COMPLAINTS ab out the endless trash on television make me wonder why more people don't switch to the wireless, surely the thinking person's medium.
A radio is a wonderful companion and with a swift twiddle of the knob you can pass by all the cheap music stations and find a bert hat either Radio 4 or Radio Merseyside.
On Four, you have intelligent ``talk'' programmes with lots of wit and humour,good plays,book and art reviews and the masterful Alastair Cooke's Letter from America.
On Merseyside there is chat, local topics, up-to- the minute traffic and weather news,and a generally friendly atmosphere.
Add to that a good newspaper, like the Daily Post,and you will find there is hardly any need for TV at all.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Jan 5, 2004|
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