Following the death of Windsor Davies, there appears to have been no call for any kind of rehabilitation of the unmentionable It Ain't Half Hot, Mum. No article in Spiked. No column by Rod Liddle. Nothing.
Of course, it was before my time, and it was of a very different time. But it was a BBC primetime programme. It was what David Croft and Jimmy Perry did between Dad's Army and Hi-De-Hi, partially overlapping with each of them.
So I only ask, but it really cannot have been that bad. Can it?