2008 – hate or rate?

Monday, December 1, 2008 by

As ever, OTT intends to publish its review of the year’s telly come the end of December.

And we’d really like you to be part of that. Jack Kibble-White will be doing the honours, weaving contributions together – so please send him your thoughts on any aspects of the last 12 months of TV. 

His address:

The deadline for submissions is December 15.


2 Responses to “2008 – hate or rate?”

  1. Graeme Robertson on December 11th, 2008 8:31 am

    One of the moments of the year for me was in the first episode of “Jamie’s Ministry of Food” when we visited the young mum who regularly fed her kids takeaway kebabs with sweets for dessert. It was a ‘you couldn’t make it up moment’. Of course another moment of the year was the same young woman overwhelmed at her progress and being awarded a place at catering college in the final episode.

    Pleasant surprise of the year for me was ITV’s “Lost in Austen” which stayed the right side of originality and humour. Rare for that channel.

  2. Rob Williams on December 12th, 2008 11:58 am

    Highlights of the year? Harry Hill bringing comedy back to Saturday nights, Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe, Star Stories series 3 – changing the comedy boundaries plus Pushing Daisies and also the outstanding Heroes and House as well.