The first episode of National Treasure was a huge hit with critics and viewers alike - but there were raised eyebrows all round at what followed it on Channel 4.
Straight afterwards was the programme It Was Alright In The 1970s. Although the programme shines a light on outdated views, some couldn't help pointing out that the title was somewhat unfortunate in the circumstances.
-- Jamie Davies (@jamiedavies1804) September 20, 2016
It was, they pointed out, awkward given the association between 70s TV and the historic sex crimes of Jimmy Savile.
-- Em (@em_a82) September 20, 2016
-- Alice Coulson (@AliceTVCasting) September 20, 2016
It was alright in the 70's....
Bad scheduling there. Might as well just have shown best of top of the pops...#NationalTreasure
-- Gemma Pudney (@gvpud) September 20, 2016
The title left some uncomfortable.
Am I reading too much into Channel 4's scheduling off "It Was Alright in the 1970's" right after #NationalTreasure ?
-- Mark Godfrey (@hand0fgodfrey) September 20, 2016
#NationalTreasure absolutely superb drama. Not entirely sure putting 'It was alright in the 70s' on after was a good scheduling though ?
-- James King (@Jaek8) September 20, 2016
Great scheduling Channel 4!#NationalTreasure followed by a show called 'It was alright in the 70s'...
-- Angelo Marcos (@theangelomarcos) September 20, 2016
And some felt the decision was disappointing.
#NationalTreasure brilliant casting and production. Strange scheduling by C4... It Was alright in the 70's...really??
-- sharon burgess (@sha_burgess) September 20, 2016
-- Chris (@spinlighter) September 20, 2016
Someone in scheduling at Channel 4 is having a right laugh putting It Was Alright In The 70's on after #NationalTreasure?!
-- Laura Casewell (@CasewellEditor) September 20, 2016
-- Emily Benson (@emilyrbens) September 20, 2016
-- Stevie Lawrence (@Jimbobbunny) September 20, 2016
Channel 4 has been contacted for comment.