Sunday, January 16, 2005

CHEERY SATURDAY NIGHTS: It's true that ITV's Saturday night line-up is pretty pisspoor right now, with the old warhorses being wedged in between some sub-Its A Knockout gameshow presented by Charlie Brocket and another dreadful Ross Kemp SAS drama, but even so, we're not quite sure it's as desperate as the trails for it this week have been suggesting. Someone in the presentation department had decided that OMD's Enola Gay was the appropriate music bed for the rundown. That happy little tune about the American dropping a nuclear weapon on a civilian target during the second world war.