Sir: I find the whole treatment of ITV by Messrs Shulman, Raven and Brock insufferably superior and condescending. Why in heaven's name shouldn't people see what they want to see? I do not agree that all ITV programmes are bad, some are very good. Nor are all the advertisements bad, some are beautiful, some are amusing and witty (thank you Schweppes, for Sch
What a prig Mr Brock must have been (or how well-bred, ugh!) if he never had a chocolaty face or raided the pantry. Perhaps priggishness is the clue: " Shall there be no more cakes and ale because thou hest grown virtuous?"
I have never understood why the BBC consider it necessary to compete for numbers since they exist on a compulsory levy on all owners of TV sets.
Audrey Wheeler Fuschias, Temple Lane, East Meon, Petersfield, Hants.