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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Yumunum, May 26, 2012.
What would it be, and why?
You would cease to get any other channels.
BBC One. They produce a lot of daytime junk, but some of the prime time shows are excellent (like Dragon's Den and The Apprentice). Plus can't afford to miss F1!
No ads is nice too.
the same to me !
Since cable allowed channels to split into specialties (news, sports, food, etc.), I can't imagine getting only one.
So if I had to, I'd probably go with CBS. The old-time networks still do a little bit of everything. I would get news, drama, comedy, and AFC football.
I'd give the nod to either BBC Two (or quite possibly BBC Four) over One. One's too dumbed down for the mainstream.
There was a time when I would've said Channel 4, but over the years it's struggled with it's vitality and relevance.
Except for their own products of course.
Turner Classic Movies (TCM).
All old movies, all the time. Unedited, no commercials.
None. They all suck.
ESPN HD. College football and college basketball!! Getting closer and closer...
Weather channel BEFORE they added tv shows. So what I like weather lol
Comedy Central, mainly to watch Friends and Two and a half men. Although the show is not the same without Charlie Sheen.
Sky sports f1
If I could get BBC1, no commercials, in would START watching TV again.
We used to have one too, CBC, and a TV license also to pay for it, back in the 50's.
+1 for BBC4
Intelligent, well-supported, well-researched, well-presented programming for a non-trash audience.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour (link might not work outside UK)
It's about the only TV channel I watch anyway. I guess it's a perk here in UK, where we have the obligatory Licence Fee to pay for the BBC. (That's the theory, anyway.)
I guess I would choose Comedy Central and HBO (because its not tv. It's HBO).
Don't laugh. Food Network.
I love to cook and I actually find most shows pretty soothing. I am addicted to Chopped.
I can get news, weather, and sports online.
I'd have to go with AMC; decent movies and 'Mad Men'.
Apart from Netflix, my TV rarely displays anything but sports
HBO. Between Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire, and Bill Maher, I'm all set!
I would probably choose Travel Channel!
BBC One if only for the F1. It''d be nice if Top Gear swapped over from BBC Two.
CBC for the National (national nightly news), and the Hockey. Actually, we technically we don't have any TV any more. When we moved to the island we never bothered getting cable. The National and the Hockey we watch over the internet. CBC actually puts a fair amount of it's programming on the 'net. Shows, news, radio, etc.
This is a tough one. ESPN is definitely on the top of my list. The History Channel would be a close second but ESPN it is. Can't live without my sports.