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As has been said before by a previous contributor, viewers can always change channels.
Thankfully, I was able to change channels for the BBC Proms to see the wonderful John Wilson and his orchestra, paying tribute to the golden years of the Hollywood musicals and what an absolute treat it was.
I FULLY agree withMavis Bentley (ECHO,November 22) about the recent JimmyMcGovern plays, and as for the writer (November 25)who said thatMavis and people like her should change channels if they didn't likewhat was on.
We'll examine these films in the only reasonable fashion: when you'll be most tempted to change channels.
He believed Quilty had "over-reacted" to his son's request to change channels Bail was fixed, pending appeal, at EUR600.
The TracVision M3 also includes KVH's exclusive 12-volt satellite TV receiver and an RF remote control that allows users to change channels even if the receiver is safely tucked away in a cabinet or stateroom closet.
Women often complained that their husbands would change channels without asking, something they rarely did themselves.
It is very annoying to have to change channels during commercials just because of some sleazy 30-second ad I and my wife do not want to see on prime-time programming.