godslot

godslot

(ˈɡɒdˌslɒt)
n
(Broadcasting) informal a time in a television or radio schedule traditionally reserved for religious broadcasts
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Rev Smallbone's doubts had begun with a bad review on godslot.com - someone wrote: "Length of sermon - two minutes, which was three minutes too long." This prompted his wife, Alex (Olivia Colman) to neatly sum up those faceless no-marks who pollute internet forums: "Who are these sad, green ink losers typing away in their underpants, sniping at people without the guts to declare themselves?" John Bishop's Britain (BBC2, Saturday), is now two weeks into its six-week run and I haven't changed my mind: the stand-up is good, but I really could not care less about the views of an estate agent from Bedford, a Star Wars enthusiast from Swindon ...
THE BBC's condescending, pseudo-religious programme The Heaven & Earth Show springs to mind as an example of what they do with the "Godslot".