Anyone buy TV guide magazines such as Radio Times, little tip for you

Ghfd

Winger
Read? the TV guide? Alright Homer Simpson.
Obviously you have no idea what is within the radio times by this ignorant comment. Some people can twist for no reason. This being a prime example.

why bother posting on a thread like this? It’s really pointless of you
 
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Obviously you have no idea what is within the radio times by this ignorant comment. Some people can twist for no reason. This being a prime example.

why bother posting on a thread like this? It’s really pointless of you
Ignorant 😂

Not twisting, not at all. Waste your money on what you want. Just highlighting the fact that buying a physical TV guide for a couple of reviews, an interview and some puzzles is an antiquated waste of money.
 

Ghfd

Winger
Ignorant 😂

Not twisting, not at all. Waste your money on what you want. Just highlighting the fact that buying a physical TV guide for a couple of reviews, an interview and some puzzles is an antiquated waste of money.
Ignorance for what is in the radio times, you are clueless with the remarks you made, therefore IGNORANT

now I give people a hint where for a single £1 they can get something worth over £22 you post as you are.

im doing people a favour who may use TV guides and it’s not aimed at people who show there ignorance so openly as you are.

read the thread title, if you don’t like it, no need to demonstrate your stupidity over this. Its already well known, no need for reminders.
 
Ignorance for what is in the radio times, you are clueless with the remarks you made, therefore IGNORANT

now I give people a hint where for a single £1 they can get something worth over £22 you post as you are.

im doing people a favour who may use TV guides and it’s not aimed at people who show there ignorance so openly as you are.

read the thread title, if you don’t like it, no need to demonstrate your stupidity over this. Its already well known, no need for reminders.
TV guides are not aimed at ignorant people, you're class you like.

Had no idea my comments would be quite so aggregating to anyone. You enjoy your TV guide and I bid you adieu.
 

Ghfd

Winger
TV guides are not aimed at ignorant people, you're class you like.

Had no idea my comments would be quite so aggregating to anyone. You enjoy your TV guide and I bid you adieu.
You are struggling to understand the meaning of the word ignorance.

the radio times has much more within its pages than mere tv and radio listings. Hence you not realising this, which shows ignorance.

im trying to help people get a little treat for a £1 and you reply like this. Maybe engage brain and ignore a thread like this, that you have said, you have no interest in.

happy Christmas, have a guide for a quid on me
 

CEF

Winger
Ignorant 😂

Not twisting, not at all. Waste your money on what you want. Just highlighting the fact that buying a physical TV guide for a couple of reviews, an interview and some puzzles is an antiquated waste of money.
Some canny features in the Radio Times man.
Nightmare trying to look through a tv guide on a phone compared to a magazine anyway - you'll definitely end up missing Wallace and Gromit on Boxing Day ;)
 

zinedine

Striker
So you know what's coming up on the Tele.
When I was a lad getting the Radio Tmes and the TV Times, formerly the Viewer, was a must. They were cheap to buy and the only way to get info on upcoming shows.
There was only two channels then, we couldn't afford a BBC2 aerial and no EPG to tell you when the Saint or Armchair Theatre started.
I think I watched more TV then. More than I do now with hundreds of channels to choose from today. Either TV has changed over the years detrimentaly, or my tastes have changed so I don't like what's on offer today
 
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marathon9

Midfield
So you know what's coming up on the Tele.
When I was a lad getting the Radio Tmes and the TV Times, formerly the Viewer, was a must. They were cheap to buy and the only way to get info on upcoming shows.
There was only two channels then, we couldn't afford a BBC2 aerial and no EPG to tell you when the Saint or Armchair Theatre started.
I think I watched more TV then. More than I do now with hundreds of channels to choose from today. Either TV has changed over the years detrimentaly, or my tastes have changed so I don't like what's on offer today
Remember 1967 ... Finish school at3 run home put on black n white tv... Watch test card for half hour cos southern tv shut down til 4 .. Then it was Felix the cat... To start children's hour...
 

Ghfd

Winger
Those of a certain age will remember the joys of the Christmas editions of Radio Times and TV Times.
I couldnt even get close to explaining it to young uns now :lol:
Exactly, I’m from that era when it was a real treat, I still buy the Xmas issues to this day. Was part of the whole Christmas back in the 70s at home imo
 
Used to spend ages looking through ... Loved the old laurel n hardy films before Xmas...
Love the repeats of old films and michael palin travel series
Remember 1967 ... Finish school at3 run home put on black n white tv... Watch test card for half hour cos southern tv shut down til 4 .. Then it was Felix the cat... To start children's hour...
Betty boop too
 

SAFCOldie

Striker
Those of a certain age will remember the joys of the Christmas editions of Radio Times and TV Times.
I couldnt even get close to explaining it to young uns now :lol:
Literally part of Christmas...oooh look TV schedules in advance get the pen out :lol: In fact when you think about it some effort went in, no computers, just the printing press etc to produce a mini yellow pages of TV & Radio.
 

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