So after 17 days of almost continuous live coverage of the London 2012 Olympics, it's back to normal service as far as the country's public national television broadcaster France Télévisions is concerned.
Its channels, France 2, France 3, France 4, France 5 and France Ô will be serving up more or less the same sort of summer fare you would expect from them if you're a regular viewer.
Until the Paralympic Games begin on August 29, designed to "Inspire a generation" in much the same was (if not more) as the Olympics Games which closed on Sunday.
So France Télévisions is once again clearing its schedules to bring viewers live coverage of what's happening - right?
Television executives in their infinite wisdom have decided that very few people in this country actually give a damn and have confined the Paralympics to a less than secondary role.
Tune into the national channel France 2 from August 29 and you'll see...well absolutely no special programming.
Over on the regional channel France 3, there'll be coverage - recorded highlights lasting for around 90 minutes every day.
The opening and closing ceremonies? Well you'll be able to see them live...on France Ô - if you can find it - the channel that features programming from the French overseas départéments and collectivities.
Outrage from the government with the minister of sport, Valérie Fourneyron, and the junior minister for the disabled Marie-Arlette Carlotti, issuing statements telling France Télevisions exactly what they think?
Nothing as yet.
Of course it's not the place of public television to inform, enlighten and provide a platform for all sectors of society.
And as one comment (very much in the minority it should be said) left on radio journalist Jean-Marc Morandini's blog so eloquently put it, "Nobody has anything against the disabled but let's stop all this hypocrisy; the sporting performances of the handicapped simply don't interest anyone."
That's all right then.
Sod the Paralympics!
That's certainly seems to be what France Télévisions' sports schedules are telling us.
Or perhaps the broadcaster felt it had done more than its fair share in granting the South African athlete Oscar Pistorius an interview during its live coverage of the past 17 days.
Just for the record and if anyone is interested, a local private broadcaster TV8 Mont-Blanc will apparently be showing a far portion of the Paralympics - live.
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