TV Talk: 25 November 2015

TV Talk is our daily general discussion thread at Throng.

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Regan is one of the co-founders of Throng Media.
If they're on, I'm usually watching Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, 24, Battlestar Galactica, The X Factor, Survivor, House of Cards, Mad Men and the NRL.
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  • K

    I like Heather du Plessis-Allan but not on Story. Find her quite irritating lately, has she been told to act like an idiot? Tonight after a mental health story : “I love cats, that man had a beautiful cat” & the inane giggling! What has happened to her ?!

    wonder who they’ll get to replace Sean Plunket ? apparently looking at Sainsbury, yawn, put HDPA in there. maybe she’d be less annoying on radio lol

    • epistaxis

      their replacing sean plunket ?? (about time !!) hdpa yeah…but i like her on idiot some nights …yes ! but a good foil for duncan garners annoying screen persona !!

      • Guest

        Mark Sainsbury is a nice man. Sean Plunket has been doing talkback radio for too long and is bitter because of it. They might give Alison Mau her own show. I liked it when Jay Jay Harvey co-hosted talkback with Alison once – she sounds happy and positive and would be interesting. But she’s way too fun to ever do that job.

    • Guest

      Oh my goodness she’d be dire on talkback radio! She’s weird. And I hope for her sake she never finds herself suffering from mental illness – I do, and I wouldn’t wish it on anyone. She looks stoned half the time she’s on TV. She’s also rough. TV needs nice polished people not rough cheap and nasty looking ‘presenters’ who bring nothing to the table.