BBC's Arts Critic-in-Chief, Melvyn Bragg, has decided that it is about time that the art career of Wile E. Coyote was looked at again.
The hirsute Mr Bragg said, 'For years, we looked at Wile E. Coyote's life as a series of failures. All of those times that he tried to catch the Road Runner. How he tried, but failed, to save his life by flapping his arms up and down. All the rocks and anvils that repeatedly fell on him. All of the parachutes that never opened. No-one remembers how quickly, or how well he could paint a realistic tunnel onto a rock. You would never see Banksy working like that, would you?'
If this is what the licence fees pay for, we are all in favour of it. Next, we will be looking at the modelling career of Zippy, George and Bungle, and how good Charlie Brown was as a Baseball stylist.