I have no particular preference to any TV organisation or means of viewing but I appreciate the significant contribution the BBC makes to the overall entertainment business. So whilst you don't need a licence to listen to BBC radio channels circa a quarter of the TV licence fee goes to BBC radio and BBC world service. Are you saying those that oppose paying the fee never put their radio on in their car for example? Not to mention the number of BBC programmes that subsequently get repeated on subscription channels. Think of what we would lose if the income to support the BBC were lost or commercialised.