It’s not what you would call gripping TV. But it’s soothing. If it were made now, it would be called ‘Slow TV’, something which is apparently All The Rage In Norway.
Aidan Vaughan dancing a reel in the flickering light of a crackling fire; the nimble fingers of US piano virtuoso David Syme cascading over the notes of Moonlight Sonata under the night sky; the gossamer voices of Cork sean nós-singer Máire Ní Chéileachair and Anna Mhoireach from the Isle of Lewis floating through the ether.
If the yes campaign was bruised by a drop in the polls last week, it certainly wasn’t showing at the launch on Thursday of Hear Me Out, an initiative encouraging people to talk to undecided voters ahead of Friday’s referendum.