But radio is a different matter.
Consequently, he's a massive fan of his HB's rather spiffy digital radio.
Crystal-clear reception and all those extra channels. He's going to get around to exploring them as soon as he can tear himself away from the pleasures of digital-only Radio 7.
Mr G, unsurprisingly, is a Radio 4 chap. But he's a frequent visitor to 5 Live, Radio 3 and Radio 2.
Classic FM? He has tried - valiantly. But he doesn't really 'get it'. Music as fridge magnets, he murmurs.
Currently giving him wireless pleasure:
- Intriguing daily documentary focusing on rural life in south-west Midlands - the HB has suggested that this is, in fact, a scripted drama. Naive, or what?
- 5 Live presenter Rhod Sharp's world-ranging Up All Night. Mr G thinks of Rhod as a friend....
- Sean Rafferty's life-enriching bletherings on Radio 3's In Tune.
- Garrison Keillor's Radio Show - woe, be gone! (Radio 7)
Apologies to non-UK readers for whom this post may be a wee bit opaque.