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Even less decent programming on PBS?


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#16 dirac

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Posted 13 September 2002 - 10:36 AM

The juxtapositions on Classic Arts Showcase are sometimes surreal, aren't they? The channel is very much reminiscent of Forrest Gump's remark about the box of chocolates.

I do hope PBS does return to form. They've always had money problems, but I don't think it's nostalgia that makes people think it used to be a lot better. There are things that public television can do just as well, and in fact much better, than History Channel, A&E, et al.


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