The BBC tried to bury Pan Am by showing it two episodes at a time.
Then they started showing it later and later.
Tonight it is on at 2320 to midnight; after a whole hour of regurgitated crap on the history of 'boybands'.
Why is the BBC trying to kill Pan Am?
There are few overtly political messages of any kind, but it does have a sense of glamour and high adventure utterly at odds with the rubberised, safety-conscious, PC incorrectness of the BBC; it is actual adult drama, where the adults haven't all sold out to misery and being crushed by the feathery demands of non-entities.
The BBC repels me.