As the gentleness of Autumn envelopes the gardens at Glynsky Towers the evenings are becoming decidedly chilly and the attraction of evening television begins to replace snoozing on the hammock.
As usual the BBC have an excellent 'season' planned with two outstanding offerings - Bang Goes the Theory and Spooks.
Bang Goes the Theory is an excellent science programme for all from about 10 to 110. The young cast are interesting, enthusiastic and downright excellent in their interplay.
As to content quallity, try this as a sample:
and check out Youtube (to whom thanks for the above) where I think you may find loads of stuff of interest. Even better they have a road show touring the UK so see if there is something near you.
Spooks, for the more adult audience, is as usual (this being series 10) superb. Peter Firth...
excels as the 'dark' boss and the story line achieves the highest degree of intrigue as well as excitement. All the cast, including new comer Lara Pulver
give excellent and credible performances, whilst stalwart Nicola Walker
always manages to look exactly the part with brilliant 'moody' looks at the boss!
So, diablog, swap the cider for a good Armagnac and enjoy all that is on offer.
Yours, diablog, slumped with square eyes