So, where's The Sky at Night tonight ?

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No iPlayer of the last one, and the BBC appear to have dropped tonight's episode.
 

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Ditto "Countryfile".

Mind you, the Olympics (which is the driver for lots of late TV rescheduling) is turning out to be a "good thing", even to a naysayer like moi.
 

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No Olympic news for me for the last four days.

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PaulR said:
No Olympic news for me for the last four days.

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Tivù said:
Ditto "Countryfile".

Mind you, the Olympics (which is the driver for lots of late TV rescheduling) is turning out to be a "good thing", even to a naysayer like moi.

How can the loss of an 25 minute educational monthly programe be considered a good thing, especially in light of the latest news ?
 
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