With Keith on this. (As I type, I see birds dropping out of the sky, but anyway..)
Whilst Mrs Musket and I wind down to bubblegum of a decent variety such as Silent Witness, Endeavour etc, I like to unwind to the gogglebox when I get in late after playing in clubs etc. The documentary quality, especially BBC is staggeringly good, and I reckon the government threat to clip the BBC wings could affect this treasure trove.
That said, it does amaze me how many homes you visit, the telly is a constant companion. We turn it on to watch something and then turn it off again. I doubt, F1, footy and cricket apart, that our tellies have been turned on during the day.
I'm not American or female or indeed a suspect, usual or special. Although I doubt I would learn something from anyone on the basis of being any of the above. What a strange odd post? This started by Dick telling us he doesn't own a telly. I don't own false teeth, a hippopotamus or a monkey Butler.