The world of British television off and on the screen, as it was sixty years ago.

Daily Archive: Friday, 30 September 1955

Television Entirely to Blame I

The Times and The Guardian both report the views of Mr Justice Wallington who complained about omissions from a legal document. His Lordship said yesterday that, “people were more concerned with getting to their television sets than with doing their work correctly.” He went on, “In the case of females, they are more concerned with powdering their noses so that they may leave at 5 o’clock precisely that they are in putting such matters right.” (more…)