Penelope Keith"s right, we are, sadly, witnessing the slow death of family TV viewing


SANDRA PARSONS: We are, sadly, witnessing the slow death of family viewing

Thing of the past Families sitting down to watch an evening

Thing of the past Families sitting down to watch an evening”s TV doesn”t appear to happen any more due to 100s of channels showing poor quality shows

Unhappy: Penelope Keith has bemoaned today

Unhappy: Penelope Keith has bemoaned today”s TV and the lack of programmes which cater for the family

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All the rage: Tights which look like suspender belts are the latest trend

All the rage: Tights which look like suspender belts are the latest trend

Suspending belief

Madonna has told a friend she is giving up botox and fillers
Not the marrying kind

Just when I thought Tess Dalys dresses on Strictly couldnt get any worse she turned out on Saturday night in a hideous green sparkly number

Just when I thought Tess Daly’s dresses on Strictly couldn’t get any worse (they’re always too short, and invariably unflattering) she turned out on Saturday night in a hideous green sparkly number that made her look like a giant Quality Street. Only without the quality.

Oxford City Council is planning to listen to conversations in the back of cabs