Having heaved my sweaty carcass off the sofa after Final Score this evening, I was astonished to see a programme of the worst. . . shitness. . . broadcast on BBC1 whilst I was doing the washing up.
'Hole In The Wall' has to rate as perhaps the worst half hour's TV I have watched since. . . well, ever. It consists of Dale Winton and some 'celebrities' (Darren Gough, Vic Reeves, Vanessa Feltz and some others who I don't know) in skin tight silver cat suits and crash hats attempt to stand in a pose appropritate to a hole cut out in a quickly advancing wall. They will then pass through said hole, or not. Resulting in a dunking in a tank of water as the momentum of said approaching wall will carry them from their perch if their pose does not allow them to pass through the hole.
Even worse than 'Pets Win Prizes' which previously held the title of being the 'Shittest Way to Pass Half an Hour - (not involving ameobic dysentry)' also, and probably without coincedence, hosted by Dale Winton.
And they want to put the licence fee up? The BBC are lucky I'm not marching on TV centre with an assualt rifle and an RPG.
It was, in case I haven't made it clear, absolute toss.