I usually round up all my lowculture
articles of the week in one post, and I do have one more to write this week but these are meant to be previews
after all, and linking to them after the event is a bit pointless. Especially since this one is a week late anyway, Charlie Brooker's Radio 4 show So Wrong It's Right
started last week. Not my fault by the way - Brooker only tweeted that the show even existed about a minute before it went on air, how was I supposed to know? Anyway, it was fun last week so here's a preview in time for the second episode: You have been listening
Coincidentally, last night penny_p
went to the recording of Lord Charlton's TV show, You Have Been Watching
. A friend of hers had a spare ticket, Penny had never even seen the show before (I would have gone in her place but of course I was busy gawping at Rhys Rusbatch at the Young Vic.) She said everyone was very funny but she had no idea who any of them were. Twitter tells me this week's guests were Reginald D. Hunter, Sarah Millican and Peter Serafinowicz, so you'd think my sister would have heard of at least one of them, but there you go. She clearly doesn't watch enough TV, wastes her time studying for "nursing" or something pointless like that, I don't know, some people.