TV review: A matter of Choice

By Diana Wichtel In Television

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27th October, 2012
Just what we need, I thought, when Freeview channel Choice TV set sail earlier this year. More lifestyle and entertainment shows. We’ve lost TVNZ 7 and gained Cheese Slices and Meat Men (“… takes us inside the dynamic, chaotic and fascinating world of butchering meat”). There’s My Kitchen and My Dream Home. My giddy aunt. On the plus side, Choice is owned by the Top Shelf people, who have done their bit to halt the descent of civilisation into an endless shrieking infomercial with such shows as Media 7, Immigrant Nation and The Sitting, ...

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