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#15712 - Fri, 19 Feb 2010 10:22:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Brown sabre-rattling in the Falklands (anyone would think there was an election due or something...lol) wink

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#15713 - Sun, 21 Feb 2010 05:58:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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heres a oldie but a goldie
SPACE PATROL

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLNa_YUPXes

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#15714 - Mon, 22 Feb 2010 23:13:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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'The Thick of It' and the spin-off movie 'In the Loop'- Malcom Tucker is a sheer delight lmao and Nighty Night, all on DVD.

Did anyone catch the new panel show on BBC2 on Friday - 'The Bubble'? Not bad me thinks, anyone else like it?

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#15715 - Mon, 22 Feb 2010 23:15:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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An old Edmond O'Brien film, which he also directed, about a bent cop. :p

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#15716 - Thu, 25 Feb 2010 05:51:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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the flip side of dominic hide
clssic british tv
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fojf29v21Jw
and one of the best theme tunes ever

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#15717 - Fri, 26 Feb 2010 13:17:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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"Kitchen Nightmares"!

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#15718 - Sun, 28 Feb 2010 18:57:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Interesting programme on Channel 4 last Friday about the origins of "Blame it on the Boogie". Hands up everyone who knew it was written by a guy from Yorkshire called Mike Jackson , and his version was in the charts at the same time as the Jacksons version.

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#15719 - Mon, 01 Mar 2010 08:01:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Canada beating the yanks at ice hockey; QE II will be proud !! :p

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#15720 - Tue, 02 Mar 2010 07:06:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Just finally watched "An Englishman in New York". Mavellous performance by Mr Hurt as always and very good writing. Ah Mr Crisp - an inspiration....I was working at the MRI when he was brought in DOA. It was my job to get the "Cas Cards" i.e. the overnight admission forms from A&E. When I collected them in the morning and I saw that name I nearly fainted I can tell you....

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#15721 - Wed, 03 Mar 2010 02:28:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Have recently enoyed the American college dracomedy called "GREEK". :p

Greek (TV series)
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Format Comedy-drama
Created by Patrick Sean Smith
Starring Clark Duke
Tiffany Dupont (Seasons 1-2)
Scott Michael Foster
Spencer Grammer
Paul James
Jake McDorman
Amber Stevens
Dilshad Vadsaria
Jacob Zachar
Opening theme "Our Time Now" (played on commercials, not during credits)
Composer(s) John Swihart
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 58 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Lloyd Segan
Shawn Piller
Running time 43 mins approx.
Broadcast
Original channel ABC Family
Picture format 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format
Audio format 5.1 channel surround sound
Original run July 9, 2007 – present

Greek (promoted in faux-Greek alphabet as GR&#931;&#931;K) is an American dramedy television series, which follows students of the fictional Cyprus-Rhodes University (CRU) who partake in the school's Greek system, an organization of single-sex "clubs" identified using Greek letters. The show's plots often take place within the confines of the fictional fraternities, Kappa Tau Gamma (&#922;&#932;&#915;) and Omega Chi Delta (&#937;&#935;&#916;), or the fictional sorority, Zeta Beta Zeta (&#918;&#914;Z). Throughout the course of the series, other non-Greek characters and situations are introduced, but they all tie into larger relationships with the Greeks.

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#15722 - Wed, 03 Mar 2010 06:15:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Caprica - It just gets better and better.

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#15723 - Wed, 03 Mar 2010 16:30:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Watched one of my favourite episodes of Top Gear on Dave then "Horizon" last night on BBC2,it was very interesting,scientists finding out if cooking food made us what we are today.See if CH5 has Robert Llewellyn's "How do they do that?" tonight,and Quest should have something on tomorrow!

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#15724 - Wed, 03 Mar 2010 18:29:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Love Top Gear!

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#15725 - Wed, 03 Mar 2010 20:15:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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So Do I :p

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#15726 - Wed, 03 Mar 2010 20:19:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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..and me excited

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#15727 - Wed, 03 Mar 2010 20:37:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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This is how much I like Top Gear,I have got 6 DVD's of Top Gear.In my collection so far are,Challenges 1&2,African adventure,Vietnam special,Polar special and the American adventure.It's a programme that I owe a great debt of gratitude to for putting a huge smile and hearty laughter back in my life after a difficult time.

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#15728 - Wed, 03 Mar 2010 21:07:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Dex, Have you read any of Richard Hammonds books?

'As You Do' is really funny. I love little Oliver the Opel laugh

Glad you're smiling now smile

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#15729 - Thu, 04 Mar 2010 16:22:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Hi Mandy! Haven't got round to buying Hammond/Clarkson/May's books yet,but really have to get myself into gear and get them! Let's just say they're on my list of essential must have books! That little Opel Kadet scene was quite funny! watched TG last night and it was the race across London,really funny! Hope they will put their South America challenge on DVD soon! Yep,puts a smile on my face,however not as big as what we all witnessed last year and some of us will in April!! laugh

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#15730 - Thu, 04 Mar 2010 19:55:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Quote:
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! Yep,puts a smile on my face,however not as big as what we all witnessed last year and some of us will in April!! laugh
How true!!!

How many sleeps 'til 6 April?!?!? woohoo

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#15731 - Mon, 17 May 2010 02:47:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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england stuffing one up the australians at the final of the cricket 20/20 world cup
woohoo

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#15732 - Mon, 17 May 2010 05:51:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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england stuffing one up the australians at the final of the cricket 20/20 world cup
woohoo
shouldnt that be 2 South Africans stuffing the Aussies ? smile

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#15733 - Mon, 17 May 2010 06:04:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Quote:
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[b] england stuffing one up the australians at the final of the cricket 20/20 world cup
woohoo
shouldnt that be 2 South Africans stuffing the Aussies ? smile [/b]
3 south africans and 1 scot
the look on skippys face priceless

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#15734 - Mon, 17 May 2010 16:43:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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3 south africans and 1 scot
and an irishman ?

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#15735 - Mon, 17 May 2010 23:31:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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"La La Land" on BBC4 I think, a tip off from my musician mate James Hobbs who needs all the publicity he can get. wink :p

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#15736 - Sun, 23 May 2010 02:30:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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A sci-fi show called "Warehouse 13". :p

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#15737 - Sat, 10 Jul 2010 19:24:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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I know its been on before , but there was a great show called "sings the beatles" on BBC4 last night , featuring classic clips ( if you ignore the one with Sue Pollard ) of Beatles cover versions.

on the iplayer now at

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00ml7p5/..._Sings_the_Beatles/

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#15738 - Sun, 11 Jul 2010 09:43:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Love Top Gear!
Yeah, I love it too (and yes, I also get the DVD's). I also love that Drink To Britain show with James May and Oz Clarke that airs on the Thursday nights (where I live). excited

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#15739 - Mon, 12 Jul 2010 06:12:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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World Cup Final !!! What a relief when a goal finally went in. wink :p

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#15740 - Mon, 12 Jul 2010 06:25:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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I was behind the Netherlands,but so glad that Spain won due to the dirty tactics used by the Dutch,they got away with far too mutch cheating,the team that went out to play football won.The ref was crap

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#15741 - Mon, 02 Aug 2010 23:14:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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A repeat of "Synth Britannia", as I'd somehow contrived to miss important bits each time I'd previously tuned in. wink

And the new "Sherlock", on a recommendation from my Dad. It's still strange so doesn't lose much by being set in modern times. :p

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#15742 - Mon, 02 Aug 2010 23:26:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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And the new "Sherlock", on a recommendation from my Dad.
Agreed - Pity they are only making three of them for the time being , last one next weekend.

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#15743 - Mon, 02 Aug 2010 23:27:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Wow, thanks for telling me as I have only seen Episode Two so far ! Feel sure they will be repeated. :p

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#15744 - Mon, 02 Aug 2010 23:32:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Wow, thanks for telling me as I have only seen Episode Two so far ! Feel sure they will be repeated. :p
1st episode still on the iplayer

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00t8wp0/Sherlock_A_Study_in_Pink/

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#15745 - Tue, 03 Aug 2010 00:14:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Cheers, matey !! :p

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#15746 - Tue, 03 Aug 2010 19:45:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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I've been watching a programme on Quest called "Future weapons" There's this ex Navy seal who presents it,but I am shocked at his poor IFF ( Identification Friend or Foe ) Knowledge.They were demonstrating a thermobaric bomb,and an F16 was used to drop it,,he kept calling the aircraft an F15! Hmmm,F16 (single tailfin and under fuselage air intake) F15 (twin tailfin and side fuselage mounted air intakes) I'm getting anal here,so enough!!! lol!

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#15747 - Wed, 04 Aug 2010 00:42:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Really enjoyed the 1st episode of 'Sherlock', messed up the Sky+ with episode 2 though and didn't record it, so really hope it gets repeated. It's had really good reviews everywhere so if the Beeb have any sense they'll do a second and longer series.

M smile

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#15748 - Wed, 04 Aug 2010 00:45:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Also enjoying the current series on Channel 4 'Amish - The Worlds Squarest Teenagers' -
eye-opening and thought provoking stuff. Not the usual 'shockumentary'

M smile

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#15749 - Wed, 04 Aug 2010 06:34:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Pater Noster:
[QB] A repeat of "Synth Britannia", as I'd somehow contrived to miss important bits each time I'd previously tuned in. wink

I watched it too, John Foxx, Visage, Ultravox and many others, was surprised to see Billie Currie guesting for Tubeway Army too, cracking show

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#15750 - Wed, 04 Aug 2010 15:50:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Q : What Are You Watching?
A : I Watch The Stars At Night

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#15751 - Mon, 09 Aug 2010 23:16:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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The third "Sherlock" episode. Great too. My other tip is a puppet show called "Mongrels", which sheds a lot of light on the just post-Labour UK. wink :p (Aggressive & dysfunctional characters of all varieties living on da street, and one well bred and cultured fox trying to keep it all together). wink :-

Mongrels
BBC THREE's first urban, multi-species, adult puppet comedy. Five urban animals hang out in the backyard of an innercity pub. Created by Adam Miller, written by Jon Brown and Daniel Peak.

Behind The Scenes

NELSON (urban fox; vulpus metrosexualus)

The only wild fox in East London with subscriptions to all the major broadsheets (excluding The Sunday Times), Nelson is, as he never tires of introducing himself at dinner parties… "An urbane fox!"

"Ha-ha-ha. Ah, ruddy classic! No come on now, if we can just be serious for a minute…"

He's also our hero. Because while being a fan of everything Ben Elton has ever done "post-Blackadder" and buying high-end gluten-free French chutneys from a carbon-neutral importer on the Kings Road are valid lifestyle choices if you're a human… less so when you're a fox. And so, in just being himself Nelson is blazing a trail, he's kicking down social barriers. He is, in short, Rosa Parks with National Trust membership.

He also fancies Destiny. And yes, he's also aware that unspoken love is a sitcom cliché.

DESTINY (Afghan Hound; canis self-absorbedbitchicus)

There are two great tragedies in Destiny's life:

1) That she was born a dog and not for e.g. Lauren Conrad who used to be in The Hills or failing that any of the cast members from Laguna Beach or failing that at the absolute, absolute least Charlotte Church, but right now, not when she was all fat and maternal.

2) That her owner Gary always wears that s***ting tracksuit.

At heart, angel-faced perfectly groomed pedigree Destiny is just a sweet teenage romantic. And like all sweet teenage female romantics, she has the dead-eyed psychotic ruthlessness of a freelance Serbian assassin when it comes to getting what she wants.

Which isn't Nelson. Ever. Ever. Ever-ever-ever.

And yes, she's aware that unrequited love is also a sitcom cliché.

MARION (alleycat; felis retardicus)

Age: no idea.
Ethnicity: not sure.
Country of origin: dunno, like maybe Morocco or something?

This much we DO know about Marion: he's been abandoned by a lot of owners, thrown into a lot of canals, ditched in a lot of lay-bys, left in a lot of very stuffy, very locked cars.

It's probably because of his deep-rooted abandonment issues that Marion clings so tightly to his good friend Nelson. Frankly he needs all the paternal guidance he can get. A simple (some may say 'borderline retarded') soul, Marion is nothing if not highly corruptible.

Safe to say, it won't be curiosity that kills this cat, it'll be fact that he's been brainwashed by radical hedgehogs into sticking a firework up his own arse and then martyring himself.

KALI (pigeon; aves aggravaticus)

Grey feathers, red legs, black heart.

Kali is a spiteful, petty, vindictive, s***ty little bird with a small beak and a big voice. In fact there's only one thing in life she enjoys more than revelling in other people's misfortune, and that's causing other people's misfortune and then revelling in it a bit afterwards (like maybe over some coffee and a bagel from the bins near Pret).

She also seriously bears a grudge. Against all of humankind for their years of tyranny against her winged brethren! Against the entire vulpine species for their years of tyranny against her winged brethren! Against Harry Hill for making a slightly off-colour comment re: her mum in an episode of You've Been Framed once back in 2008!

So yeah. Be afraid. Be slightly afraid.

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#15752 - Tue, 10 Aug 2010 00:26:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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The other one of the 5 main characters:-

VINCE (urban fox; vulpus c***itcus)

Potty-mouthed sociopath Vince is everything Nelson is not. He's a REAL fox. He's a PROPER wild animal. He's a red-blooded chicken-eating homicidal PREDATOR. As a consequence some of his eBay feedback is frankly appalling.

But with his simply adorable catchphrase ("Morning c***s!"), his loveable, kooky madcap antics (eating his own young; butchering dead women) and his charming penchant for a good ole Cockney sing-a-long ("come on everyone… F*** Chickens!") Vince is every inch the perfect next-door neighbour.

Yeah. Like **** he is.

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#15753 - Tue, 24 Aug 2010 23:03:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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The new "Centurion" movie.

"Mongrels" - comedy puppetry.

Lots of shows about the Middle Ages on TV. :p

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#15754 - Thu, 16 Sep 2010 23:40:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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new series of QI starts Friday 8:30pm

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#15755 - Mon, 20 Sep 2010 22:18:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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This won't help with anyone's viewing pleasure; but the honest answer is anything that doesn't insult the intelligence. (Due to my still being officially unemployed, and too much time on my hands). EG documentaries, history shows, quality dramas, news etc. wink :p

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#15756 - Thu, 23 Sep 2010 22:19:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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good programme on BBC radio 4 this morning

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/b00tt5cv/Not_Fade_Away

about "how to end a record"

includes contribution from Martyn Ware

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#15757 - Thu, 30 Sep 2010 19:17:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Erm, am actually working in Brooklands Museum at the moment - so it's all the vintage film clips they have on show. lol. wink cool

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#15758 - Thu, 30 Sep 2010 23:58:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Nazi Hunters on the History Channel.
Rather good viewing. smile

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#15759 - Fri, 01 Oct 2010 03:26:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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This Is Scotland'96...(Takes us a wee while tae catch up ye ken!) nutjob

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#15760 - Fri, 01 Oct 2010 20:33:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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New Spooks on BBC1, New QI, Spooks on DVD, Mock The Week and did I mention Spooks.....

M smile

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#15761 - Mon, 04 Oct 2010 20:21:00 Re: what are you watching ?
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Re-watched Rob Downey Junior as Charlie Chaplin - very good film; and quite faithful to the autobiography.

Next have Mr Downey as Sherlock Holmes to view. :p

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