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Onemunki says: We live in a world of genuine tragedy, starvation and terror. So, after hearing stories of cruise line passengers complaining at the air conditioning breaking down, what stories of sheer single-minded self-pity get your goat?

(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 12:00)
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Radio 4
I used to enjoy listening to the Film Programme, on my Friday drive home. Now, it's been replaced by Feedback.
I can't stand Feedback. An endless parade of self-satisfied wankers, writing/phoning in to tell the BBC how their life has been ruined by 30 minutes of radio that they didn't particularly enjoy (recent example: 15 minutes each weekday, on the history of sport and its role in British society? A disgusting waste of license payer funding, when there is already far too much sport on the BBC!).
So, what did I do? Write to Feedback, to let the BBC know how much I detest Feedback? No, I tuned the radio to something else. I must be some sort of genius.
(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 12:18, 10 replies)
I always thought an orchestrated campaign
to complain about Feedback itself would have been fun.
They'd have to read 'em out if enough people wrote in.
(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 12:39, closed)
If I want to hear listener feedback,
I listen to Any Answers. It is invariably hilarious, but then I feel guilty for mocking the mentally ill.
(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 13:19, closed)
Front Row does this to me
6.30pm, comedy, brilliant. Bit of news, Archers, whatever. Front Row, pretentious arty farty bollocks about something I will never want to see or hear.
(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 12:43, closed)
They've had Siouxsie Sioux on there, and Kate Bush.
(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 12:47, closed)
Must have missed those ones
It's normally Mrs Jadiphut Mohinkinson talking about the National Operas reworking of 'Where's Wally?' in a post-modern setting.
(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 12:49, closed)

In a warehouse space in London, before 6.30 p.m. on a weekday, so nobody except London wankers (including but not coeteminous with professional art critics, students, pensioners and the unemployed can see it).
(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 13:12, closed)
And they give away the ending of any book or film they review
(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 18:22, closed)
There's something other than Radio 4?
(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 13:54, closed)
Not really,
I put a CD on. Let's pretend it was something suitably highbrow.
(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 14:28, closed)
There is radio 4 extra..

(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 18:22, closed)

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