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Do you buy a television programme each week?

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Yes I buy the sunday paper each week just for the television programme.

I rarely read this paper but i like having a programme and find it difficult if I have to look up the programme online or even on the actual TV.

With the programme, I can look in advance to see the rubbish programmes that are currently on!!
by Finy
No . . and it frustrates the bejaysus out of me! On Tuesday I spent nearly a whole morning trying to find one with all the programmes for my area. I think I have finally found one online . . .but I have thought that before and been wrong. Unless I spent my life scrolling through the guide on my tv screen, I don't think I would know exactly what was on. Now that I have the recording thingy I like to know what is interesting and what will conflict with it. I can tape two at the same time . . .but I can't watch a third thing. The local newspaper is supposed to have a tv guide but . . . . nope, not a thing. Bah, humbug.
by Rice
I buy the TV Week every week. The only problem is that sometimes the programmes listed in it are incorrect and it can be very frustrating when you are waiting for a movie to start, and a completely different movie comes on !! I like to flick through the articles and do all the puzzles as well. I could look up programmes online or on the TV, but I would rather use the magazine.
No, I don't. I can't really say why, but I just don't. Maybe it's because I don't watch tv that much and I watch just two series and I know the time they're on.
by AJ
NO never! I use to buy Monday's SMH for the weekly tv programme, but then the paper got smaller, & the price went UP, so I gave up buying it. Now my husbands just looks through the channels to find 1 he likes. (Yes, he does ask me if I'd like to see this 1 or that 1.) If it's not 1 I want to watch, I'll retire to my room with my laptop. All is good. I've now got iview back on my laptop, so I can start watching that again, having not been able to watch it since mid Feb '18, as I had to programme 'Adobe' something in! I'm sure you all know what I mean!
by Miro
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