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TV family.

This week's TV family are Wendy Martin, 45, and her daughters Michelle, 20, and Sydney, 5, living in Kenton, Newcastle. Wendy speaks to MITYA UNDERWOOD about her family's viewing habits.

Q) What are your earliest childhood TV memories?

A) I remember watching the real classics like Andy Pandy, Noddy and Bill and Ben, things that really show my age.

Q) How many TV's are there in your household?

A) There's three. One in the lounge and one in each of the girls' rooms.

Q) What's your favourite drama?

A) Well I love Casualty and Holby City, there's never a dull moment. There's different stories on every week.

Q) What's the worst thing on TV?

A) Well I think EastEnders is as dull as dishwater, I'm not really into things like that I suppose.

Q) What time is you TV switched on?

A) Well the girls tend to watch a lot more than I do, I'll often have it switched on but only in the background. But I switch it on properly at about 8pm.

Q) What time is it switched off?

A) Well I can't say for definite with the girls, but I watch it for a couple of hours in the evening so it goes off at about 10pm.

Q) What is your favourite comedy?

A) I don't really watch comedies, they're not my cup of tea, I prefer dramas.

Q) Is the license fee worth it?

A) Well even though we've got Sky, I tend only to watch terrestrial channels so the fee isn't too bad. But it seems like just another standing order to pay.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Sep 18, 2004
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