|I like Channel 4's First Dates too (Paternoster Chop House)|
Away from what some might describe as the higher culture I'm greatly enjoying The Food Channel's
In some respects it feels a bit of a forbidden pleasure, it's a hidden camera show (and I suspect some staging too).
Premise is where cheating staff are exposed and they invariably marvel at their bosses duplicity.
This week was a rather nice one where some redemption at least was offered to the Waiting staff who had became unhinged by the glamour (and best parking space) after becoming 'Waitress of the Month'.
Duplicitously she'd removed rivals kitchen tickets and bad mouthed attire of another waitress- inevitably a fall was anticipated but mercy was offered by boss.
|Always room for more|
And somewhere in the middle of the cultural range is BBC 4's
What do artists do all day?
In this last week I watched the engaging and inspiring British/Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare in the What do artists do all day?
Why do I love it?
1) Because the individuals profiled/profiling themselves are inspiring (true particularly of Yinka) and
2) Because I feel some sort of association with them/want to be them
[I was quite excited to see that there was a programme in the series on Craig-Martin (of whom I wrote last week) - couldn't play from BBC iPlayer but did find on YouTube - very good it was too].
and look how it goes with yellow
|Hard to miss|