"That's Life" was a very peculiar programme - Esther Rantzen surrounded by a group of rather camp men wearing cardigans and talking in a droning and sanctimonious fashion about subjects ranging from trivia to life-saving. But all terribly boring, and as it was usually broadcast on a Sunday night, a depressing show as well.
All most people can remember of it today was animals who said things - "Sossages" - and some tedious campaigns about diet pills.
I'm told that many of the production team went on to great things elsewhere in television - so I guess the dire state of TV today can be blamed on this frightful show as well Tom
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