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Do you use a TV program magazine?

by Harry F (follow)
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Many years go, people would buy their weekly TV guide magazine from the newsagent. They go home and mark in the magazine the programs they planned on watching during the week.

Do you still use a paper TV guide to plan your viewing or do you just look at the EPG onscreen nowadays?

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I used to but not for many years since I get about a two week schedule right on the tv.
I actually use IMDB to find my programming nowadays.
We've been getting the Radio Times for years. It has extensive coverage of TV and Radio channels, and lots of articles and interviews. We subscribe, so it arrives in the post. The price is getting ridiculous though, it seems to go up by 20p practically every year.
No. It's funny, isn't it? I don't even really use the one in the paper. There's hardly anything I want to watch anyway - or I seek it out online...
Still continue to buy TV Week. I like reading the stories' in it, & enjoy 'circling' my shows to watch!
With technology, I also set a reminder on Jumpin now for my shows.

Both mediums I love!
I used to always buy Mondayís Sydney Morning Herald, but since the paper
shrunk to 1/2 itís size, & increased itís spice to $2.50, we stopped buying it. My husband now looks on line, or just Ďchannel switches!!!
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