This dreary little offering has the same producer, production company, and is even produced at the same Studios as its predecessor 'Kilroy'. Little wonder then that heaps of litigation failed to accompany the well publicised if exaggerated 'split' between Kilroy-Silk and the BBC in January as nothing has apparently changed about this programme except the title and presenter. Depressingly familiar is the tired old formula of seeding the 'rent-an-applause' audience with individuals who's ability to shriek their argument is inversely proportional to their ability to listen to anyone else's.
For the BBC this fills a hole in the schedule, and for Kilroy, it presumably fills a hole in his bank balance. The only losers in the equation are the viewers.
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