BBC Radio Comedy
Eileen adores this. She loves Just a Minute for its word play and Clue for its jokes now she's got the hang of innuendo and how it works. There is nothing like the BBC's output anywhere in the Kingdom (though Eileen concedes Roherum, for FNN, probably is doing his bit for comedy). Eileen spends most evenings listening to the radio (especially if Derek's engrossed with his gardening TV shows).
Eileen doesn't object to this (she and Derek still have to pay for theirs) and indeed considers it good value but feels the licensing system should work both ways round. That is, the programmers should be licensed to produce shows and they have to meet certain criteria. Eileen sees this as a way of ensuring trash doesn't make it on air. She can't understand how The Jeremy Kyle Show was ever commissioned.
The Proms and especially the Last Night
Eileen adores this (so does the Fairy Queen who tunes in quietly from her realm). Eileen loves the music, copies the lady musicians' dresses (well those she likes the look of anyway) and the whole fun atmosphere of the Last Night. Eileen can, and does, wave a flag and blow whistles with the best of them. Derek sees this as his wife letting her hair down. He doesn't realise that after having to kill dragons and foul fiends this kind of activity is very mild fare.