And again I come back to the earlier point: Sky can't/doesn't do appointment to view programming because editorially they don't hold anything back, or have that editorial structure/approach
I know if i watch BBC 10 I'll probably get something more in depth than I would've watching BBC NC at 9. They've had the whole day to get it right.
Sky at 10 I won't get any greater/better journalism than I would've at 8 or 9.
It'll just have a big clock.
It's the highest-rated slot on the channel... around 300,000 most nights, which is around what Peston gets on ITV on a Sunday morning, but don't let facts get in the way of polemic.
Also, has it occurred to anyone that it might actually be a very good television programme? I certainly hope so. My job security depends on it!
Well there will always be those who wont give Sky or ITV products a fair crack of whip just because they're Sky or ITV products.