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The Sky at Night improved

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Old July 13th 13, 07:07 PM posted to uk.sci.astronomy
James Harris \(es\)
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Default The Sky at Night improved

Having previously posted about how bad The Sky at Night had become since
Patrick's demise I think it's inly fair to say now that I think the
programme has improved. At least in the aspect of the presenters seeming to
compete with each other the last two months have been far less frenetic.

I had been on the point of ignoring the programme altogether but I'll give
it a few more months.

I still miss Patrick's stabilising personality and think they would be
better having a single lead presenter (which doesn't have to always be the
same person) but at least the presenters seem calmer.



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