Fed up with this argument, many of them surpass numbers watched on mainstream television by a distance (and that’s from someone wholly outside the youtubers demographic) Indeed I find some interesting enough to follow on social media.
SCD used to have a mix of slebs that had a wide overall appeal, my mother (88 ) has given up with it, and myself and Mrs MM (mid 50s) can take it or leave it. It just feels like a another BBC product that is skewing itself to a younger market
Who do you propose they get, who isn't either too expensive or dead?
Well, someone familiar with people on their 50s 60s 70s etc, which (hardly rocket science) means people from programmes or activities that are familiar to that age group. In no particular order, BBC 1, Radio 4, and ITV newsreaders, presenters of livestyle programmes, early evening quiz shows, MPs, in fact the very pools of people they did used to select from?
As an aside didn't Chris Evans announce back in December he was in this year's line up?