This is the start of the reviews. The first few months were done in reverse order, like this one, then they go in chronological order. Don't ask for an explanation because you won't get one!
[Monday, 31st] Farscape, affectionately known as Farce-scape, is back [18:45, BBC2]! Nice to have programmes on BBC 2 again instead of wall-to-wall Bloody Wimbledon.
[Sunday, 30th] Dean Malenko is the James Bond of the WWF [Heat, 17:05, Channel 4], is he? He looks more like Richard M. Nixon than any of the OO7's. The WWF must be getting really hard up for people to put in the ring with so many of their actors on the injured list. Especially if they had to revive Sergeant Slaughter to fill up ten minutes or so. Who's next from the Eighties? Big John Stud? Andre the Giant? Rocky Johnson? Can't wait to find out!
The German Grand Prix [12:15, ITV] was a most entertaining shambles. It got off to a good beginning when David Coulthard, on pole, moved over in front of Michael Schumacher, giving Schumacher a taste of his usual tactic, and let Mika Hakkinnen shoot into the lead from third on the grid.
[Saturday, 29th] I'd not watched an Inspector Morse for ages but I was surprised by how much I enjoyed Masonic Mysteries [20:00, ITV]. Maybe I'll watch another in a few years' time.
[Friday, 28th] The WWF's decline continued with Raw [21:30, Sky Sports One]. It's now fashionable for someone who loses a match either to attack the winner from behind with a steel chair or to get one or more mates to help to beat him up. What these sore losers don't seem to realize is that no matter what they do to the winner, it doesn't change what they are - just another rotten, lousy, stinking, useless loser!
There's nothing earlier as this is when the website was opened.