“What’s going on? Democracy is going on!” The US elections are never quite as much fun as you’d like, mostly because the whole business of declaring the results is very boring and just involves David Dimbleby reading out a handful of states every half hour, rather than all the fun of hapless returning officers, not to mention the fact the Beeb are always in a cupboard and nobody knows who they are, which we don’t like. In addition we can’t have a repeat of the best moment of last time as Gore Vidal’s dead. Nevertheless, we’re staying up regardless because it’s bloody big news, we like Dave having six hours to kick back and hang loose and, er, some of the pundits are quite bewitching, even if they’re evil Republicans. Especially if they’re evil Republicans. Sorry.
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More Churchillalia later in the week, which is like Futurama technically out of Creamguide’s dateline, although at the opposite end, but we’re including this biography of the great man because it’s actually from the Cream era, being made in 1992. It’s on for the next four afternoons and we recall Harry Enfield discussing it on Have I Got News For You because he was fascinated by the revelation Churchill used to like walking around Downing Street naked, even in the presence of visiting dignitaries. Although we’re not entirely sure if that’s in here or Harry made it up.
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