But then the narration kicks in: “From north to south, east to west, Eddie Stobart’s trucks travel the nation.”
You learn that they have contracts to help with flights and Britain’s railway network.
That sounds boring doesn’t it? Well not when you hear it by the narrator: “THEY’VE MASTERED THE MOTORWAYS AND ROLLED ON THE RAIL. NOW THEIR AMBITION GOES SKY-HIGH WITH MORE INTERNATIONAL DESTINATIONS THAN EVER.”
You start rubbing your thighs. You think “why am I rubbing my thighs?”
Then they unleash maps showing their destinations.
Look at this CGI! Look at those wiggly bits dancing across the screen! Look at the lines following all of those wiggily bits dancing across the screen!
Now you’re getting really excited: “Just where are they going right now? JUST WHERE WHERE WHERE?”
You then start paying attention to the narrator. “Oh. Three garden centres in Cornwall.”
2. Nothing to Declare shows that border security is an incredibly exciting and thrilling place to be, as this flashing photoshopped sign will now highlight.
It’s a programme that deals with all of those people who go through customs in Australia. You tend to flick on to this show on one of the digital channels (it seems to be on the entire time). You don’t really know why you’re watching it, you just do.
3. Police Interceptors.
Why do you watch this show? Well, firstly the fact that you get to make a snarky remark to the person sitting next to you about how our speed chases in Britain are nothing compared to speed chases in the United States (obviously). Secondly, it’s on Channel 5 every six minutes or something so you literally can’t miss it.
4. Tipping Point.
The concept of Tipping Point is this: four contestants answer questions. If they get a question right, they get a token. When they get a token they can choose what slot to put the token into. The token then lands on a table and could potentially push other tokens out a slot at the bottom.