The world is currently a fairly negative place. The dominance of instant communication means immediate coverage of events which are predominantly negative. Even the good news has some kind of spin on it which can make it unpalatable. What then, can a TV programme, on for half an hour a week offer.
The Mckenzie Crook comedy, Detectorists, is largely about nothing, crawls along at a very slow pace but is a welcome oasis of silence in a very noisy world. It’s final episode aired this week and like it’s first two seasons, ends on a joyous, satisfactory moment.
I for one will miss Andy and Lance.
(You’ll have to watch to get the reference.)