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Bring back the good old days when people didn’t cry on TV

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the MasterChef final, I asked him whether tears were now an essential condiment of the culinary competition but he was too misty-eyed to answer.

Same goes for The Repair Shop. When someone clutches a clapped-out footstool, it feels like the upholsterer is only adjudged to have done a solid job if the recipient blubs on seeing it freshly stuffed.

As for talent shows, they’ve long been awash. Recently, I caught a bit of BGT. The Barnsley Youth Choir had barely sang a few bars of Fix You before the audience fell apart.

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