Well, not quite, but TV we have been watching in Poland.
Our apartment currently has cable (although Villa Ada intends to switch to satellite at some point and that is far better for English/German speaking channels) and whilst having loads of channels to choose from, we only have two English speaking ones. One is CNN, so enough about that, and the other is BBC Prime.
Didn't know much about Prime until we began watching it but essentially it is the "flagship" of all the "good" programmes the BBC has churned out over time. Not current stuff but programmes dating back to around five years or so.
It has actually got some quite good stuff. Good dramas and detective series, equally good documentaries, some reasonable comedy and of course the nature stuff will always be to a high standard.
It's the comedy that is the interesting part. Perhaps programmes that I would not have watched back in England I now have given time to and I'm glad I have. The best example of this is probably "The League of Gentlemen" which I had previously avoided.
For some reason I dismissed it without watching (probably due to some trailer or hearsay) but having watched all of the "current series" to date I can say I am hooked and it is quite brilliant. Very dark, sometimes a bit sick but superb and richly funny none the less. The acting is nothing less than brilliant and I look forward to seeing the show every night.
Contrary to that are "Dad's Army" and the "Vicar of Dibley". What utter, utter shite no matter how much effort one makes to give it a chance.
I only hope "It Ain't Half Hot Mum" is never re-run, that will deffo have me reaching for the razor blades...