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The comfortable corrector class of Sydney’s inner-east and inner-west have tonight added one more bottle of red to their weeknight ritual.
“Media Watch is back. Yes!” Says Balmain Graphic designer Marco Leonard (67)
“There’s a Sydney artist on Australian Story as well. I might go to her exhibition later this year.
With the ABC returning to their “back-to-work” ritual, the Chardonnay socialists of the corporate-creative progressive elite just can’t wait to see what the Q&A panel have to say about Trump’s relationship with Turnbull.
“Gaaah! I can’t wait” says Salsa Miranda.
“I hope Magda is back on there… or Clementine!”
Earlier this year it was announced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation that they do not care how many people actually watch their Sunday night line up of British soap operas – they will continue to broadcast “Call The Midwife” and “Doc Martin” out of respect to a small faction of viewers who claim to be intelligent enough to appreciate English humour more than the Australian sense.
At least while they take their mandatory eight week break over Summer.
“It’s just paying homage to our long-standing relationship with the BBC” says Mark Walter Scott AO, who has been managing director of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation since 2006.