As for the channels actually covering the football it's too early to call, although ITV asking Marion Bartoli to bring us forced jollity
from the Fan Park suggests lessons were not learned from Wimbledon 2Day.
There's nothing worse than forced jollity
and if December 31 is the patron saint of forced jollity
then January 1 is its evil twin.
It's the enforced jollity
of Red Nose Day I object to.
Critique: A modern fairytale certain to delight young readers (and their parents!), "The Midsummer Mouse: Midsummer Tales of Tiptoes Lightly and the Summer Queen" weaves together an engaging world of fantasy and enchantment, gladness and jollity
, mystery and misadventure, and great fun from beginning to end.
AMBASSADORS BBC2, 9pm Ambassador Davis and his Wife are involved With a party at the residence, but the jollity
is ruined by gunfire and explosions on the capital's streets as the army attempt to quash an antigovernment rebellion.
According to Broad, there is always a bit of a dispute in Test cricket, adding that the battle grows even more whenever the Test happens between England and Australia as the relationship between the teams is not that good given the little jollity
between the two sides at the traditional post-series drink which followed the fifth Test at the Kia Oval.
They were like old friends who one so looked forward to seeing every week, and I will miss the encyclopaedic wisdom of Alastair, the perennial jollity
of Derek, the all-weather cheerfulness and courtesy of Mike and the fireworks of John, who always fought the corner of the horses.
Salt was rubbed in the wound when I spotted a poster - on the Metro no less - that depicts with a certain jollity
, a happy cyclist as part of a safer, more environmental, future campaign.
Now it's back as a series, and if anything the air of jollity
has got worse.
To its credit, the show acknowledges its period daftness with Pasquale working his socks off (pun intended) to get everyone through to the final curtain in some semblance of jollity
Many things prevent me boarding a cruise ship: mass bingo sessions, enforced jollity
and the fact that even in this day and age, big boats can sink.
The old sense of jollity
and seaside silliness which the funfair so epitomised has been swept away to Rhyl's very great cost.