Reading the posts on what people are watching on TV, is there anything to watch anymore? If it hasn't been politicised, a classic turned into a porn film or starring overpaid ex sportsmen, then its a repeat. The comedy borders on the objectionable because of the obscenities which are thrown out by both male and female performers. And having made that sweeping statement, I realise how little has changed. I left Radio 2 when Wogan went, I tired of the relentless bullying and bias of early morning Radio 4, tried local radio which was good when Simon Bates was on, but again soon tired of that, bought a new car which had a DAB radio and found Jazz FM and Radio 4 Extra. Now my morning commute consists of ancient comedy shows, most of which have to start with an announcement about the possible inclusion of unacceptable comment, Steptoe, Round the Horne etc, and I realised that I may now object to the language that I get on Live from the Apollo, but goodness some of the double entendres of the fifties and sixties were actually far naughtier, but funnier because of the way they were fitted into the script, Julian and Sandy, Benny Hill, even some of Al Reed, we knew what they meant, we laughed out loud, even repeated them, but we never thought of complaining about them. I will not include any, but they make the morning commute a worthwhile journey. Jazz FM, is only obtainable on the Lower reaches iof the A361 and the M5, so trips to Birmingham are musical.