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Katherine Shonfield

Some of this summer's especially squirm-inducing offerings are those Saturday night TVprogrammes dubbed 'I love 1971' with variations referring to the rest of the decade. To those unfortunate enough to have been sufficiently sentient the first time around, it was obvious then that this was a bummer of an era. Nowhere was this more apparent than in the rubbish passed off as televisual entertainment. Likewise, the fact that this August the nation has been stirred from its habitual lethargy ...

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