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RebelSouls | 19:56 Wed 17th Nov 2010 | News
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Only 1 in 6 older people say Tv licence fee is value for money. I don't know any young people who think it is value for money

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At that entertainment for less than £3 a week is great value. I'd happily pay twice as much.
care to give the results of your scientific survey, then?
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Richard Ingrams, editor of The Oldie magazine. “I hardly watch any of the BBC programmes. I’d sack all the people running the BBC - it’s a radical move but it has to be done. Bring in some people who know about creative television.
RS- I think jno is asking about your survey of younger people.
no, RS, YOUR survey, the one you've conducted of young people. Correct to two decimal places will do.
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jno out of all the people i speak with none think it is value for money, i have lost count of the people who have said this.
I'm a young person, and I think it's value for money.
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Bet you are nearer to 40 than 20
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Shows how good the telly is everyone is on a computer
do I look nearer 40? how rude!

define "young people" then. I could ask my kids, but it's me who pays..

Chuck, button it!
football is on. yawn.
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Sorry sara this is a TV thread please feel free to start one about clubs and oldies
After 20+ years here in the Uk-the TV license is still a foreign concept.
clubs and oldies? what are you on about?
And yet 50% of the available viewing public still watch the Beeb for Strictly Come Dancing.
I don't watch soaps or reality programmes or repeats and that seems to be all that is on offer on the BBC ITV and C4 & 5. MrAsk pays £40 odd per month for Sky+ and it's mostly sport that's on. They ought to scrap the licence fee they are making money for old rope. Advertising pays the other channels imho.

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