If you owned and ran your own TV station, what shows would be aired? We all complain about how bad tv is -- what would be better? Don't just say twenty-four hour porn shows, guys -- and DVDs are better for that, anyhow! Be creative -- what would some of the shows be called, and what would their content be?
All right, I'll start: mornings: open university class materials, followed by educational kids programming, more university course programming, followed by educational/entertainment for kids then news, science fiction, drama, and movies in the late-night slot.
Damn -- wait a minute, I've just described the BBC, haven't I?
Cartoons and Old Shows from the late 50's through the early 80's family shows, ex: Petticoat Junction, Green Acres, Josie and the Pussycats(original). Scooby Doo,Mr.Ed. , followed by health and then interior design.
That's easy. It would be the men and women facing the wonders and the dangers of space in the ships of the Solarian Defense Directorate. I'll be another Gene Roddenberry.
Comedy 24/7 especially old three stooges, Charlie Chaplin, Monty Python rubbery figures and more.
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