All participants are experts in veneers.
Tonight on BBC 4, the surprise hit ‘Slow TV’ will reach its climax with 13 hours of uninterrupted election coverage*.
Watch as five well-oiled, semi-skilled bodgers attempt to assemble a cabinet.
Going against the grain, the group uses techniques that seem to defy progress. Marvel as they tirelessly attempt to stuff a dovetail into a butt joint.
Apparently, it’s a TV channel.
The BBC has announced plans to make viewers not watch BBC 3 online, instead of not watching it on Freeview. The move, which could save around £3 million a year, still leaves the channel costing an infinite amount per engaged licence fee-payer.
Some people are campaigning against the change, insisting that they should still be able to ignore the channel’s terrestrial output.
“It’s very inconvenient, I don’t watch the channel every night. And sometimes I record it, so I can not watch it later”, complained Pippa Delaney. “But I know the youths these days prefer to not watch something on their iPhones or tablets. So I suppose with 4G, they can now not watch it on the bus.”