They really love to bias against the male gender, don’t they? I am not anal enough to actually count up the number of guilty men against guilty women but I suppose it is 90% male against 10% women but some of the women get let off or are allowed to escape because their husbands supposedly abused them.

But what about the men who are abused by their wives? They ignored it then and they ignore it now. THERE IS JUST NO JUSTICE FOR US MEN, IS THERE?

There are many unmarried single mothers which is quite contrary to the era; they are again trying to import the current day societal structure into an early 1900s era so called drama, which I can liken to be more like the key stone cops than a real drama. There were single mothers, of course, but not that many.

They spend a fortune on getting some details right like the costumes and the scenery but then completely ignore the big picture such as the attitude to homosexuals of ALL genders.

As I have said many times, this is all purposely done to draw in the viewers and to reflect the attitudes of today’s society but that takes away so much of what is good about the series, so much so that the programme becomes a joke.


Why is it that dramas made today always have to be quirky and supposedly funny? It may work for those who just switch off and let what they are watching on television just wash over them but that is just not proper drama; it would be far more suited to be on the Sky comedy channel than a supposedly serious drama channel, like UK TV Drama

People think that the past is boring and that it need to be updated. Of course, update it, like in the Sweeney film (where the flying squad, known as the Sweeney, did not even exist by then) but it was a great film nevertheless.

But, it seems that people do not know how to make proper dramas anymore. Like the likes of

  • Inspector Lyndley
  • Morse
  • Judge John Deed
  • George Gently
  • Frost
  • Brokenhurst
  • and the like, even Rush

They should be able to make decent entertaining documentaries, without importing sexual bias or the demeaning of men or, dare I say it, the titillation of all viewers, with plenty of Sapphist overtones.

Published by David Hender (copyright owner- all rights reserved)

If you want to know me, you first need to understand where I have been and where I am going

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