SORRY DOC: The Angels’ Doc Neeson sings.
SORRY DOC: The Angels’ Doc Neeson sings. Frontier Touring

LETTER OF THE DAY: Am I ever gonna see a face clearly again?

READER COMMENT: TO ADD to the various complaints about poor TV reception (Daily, August 5 and 6).

Until the infamous "retune" when the Department of Communications advised it "simply moves some free-to-air TV channels to a new location on the broadcast spectrum and is unlikely to change TV reception or coverage", I had rarely had a problem with poor TV reception in Buderim.

Following the frustration in early July of having "no signal" from the ABC for the only time since they first started transmitting on November 5, 1956, and then the severe pixilation of Channel 9, I found myself hurling excessive epithets at our TV during Channel 10's late night broadcast of the Commonwealth Games.

It's a conspiracy in conjunction with TV antennae installers to generate business.

With apologies to the late Doc Neeson, Am I ever going to see your unpixelated face again? "No way. Get f****d! F*** off!"

ROBIN COPELAND

Buderim

READER COMMENT: WE LIVE at Yandina Creek, close to Coolum Beach and have completely lost Channel Nine. Checked with neighbours. They have also called Channel Nine for advice. They didn't seem to care, said they might call back. It's been five days it's not happening.

ROSS

Yandina

 

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