Poor Tomasz has been picked on again, albeit obliquely. On Sundays there is a programme on BBC television called Points Of View, presented by Jeremy Vine. It allows viewers to vent their spleen about programmes on the BBC: Occasionally correspondents are nice about programmes; but it appears the type of querulous contributors to Jezza's Radio 2 show, dominate his telly gig too.
One such person is Nina Dorian, getting exercised about presenters and reporters gesticulating wildly on television. To be fair she does have a valid point, in that some television personalities do seem to be under the impression they are directing aircrafts into hangars.
Her gripe was illustrated by a montage of various presenters gesticulating-- this montage included The Schaf! For a start he doesn't gesticulate as much as Dan Corbett; no offence to Dan, indeed his gestures are almost an homage to Tommy Cooper. However that is besides the point, because weather-presenters need to use arm/hand movements to illustrate charts, movements of systems or pointing out rough locations on the map. Tomasz is not like a breakfast television presenter merely yacking to his co-presenter, or a reporter doing a simple piece-to-camera.
I think of a suitable hand gesture or two, to give the researcher who saw it fit to include Tomasz in that little montage
However I'm too ladylike to give a demonstration, or indeed a screengrab of a certain infamous incident involving His Loveliness.
Instead a link, 11:26 onwards.
In other news, The Schaf is due to be on News At One tomorrow and Wednesday-- plus the News Channel between 11:00-15:00 and Radio at around 12:58. Rejoice.