has a little bit about Lia Nici, previously the manager of Estuary TV in Grimsby, who is now the Conservative MP for Great Grimsby. These people always seem to land on their feet. She spoke up during a debate on BBC local programming cuts to make the point that "you can run a very high-quality local TV station for £500,000 a year".
According to the article, "from 2013-18 she ran Grimsby's Estuary TV, whose daily schedule comprised such local fare as British wrestling, old American westerns, old American comedy series and a half-hour local evening news programme shown on repeat throughout the day."
Are they actually describing Estuary TV? That sounds more like a description of the That's TV service that replaced it.