Another week of January, another stellar Sunday evening slow television event. This week, viewers enjoyed a special two-hour voyage down Britain's canals. As with every week, there was a mix of Twitter users expressing enjoyment of the show and confusion at the idea of slow telly.
There were some viewers with specific criticisms:
And others with REALLY specific concerns:
But we were very taken with the enthusiasm of @JustMeVictoria_. Not only did she live tweet the two-hour boat journey, but then she started going deep.
It began with some casual thoughts:
But then Victoria stepped it up.
She started MAPPING the journey.
Usually now, we'd take the opportunity to plug the final Slow Summer events on SBS, but Victoria, champion that she is, has beaten us to it:
Listen to our new best friend Victoria and watch an all-day encore screening of last year's SBS slow debut effort The Ghan on SBS VICELAND and the epic multi-vehicle North To South: NZ's Wildest Journey on Sunday night 7:30pm on SBS.
Oh, and apparently Victoria is a blogger - you can read her wider thoughts on SBS' Slow Summer at her site.