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What are we watching on TV?

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Carole, Nov 28, 2013.

  1. littleme

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    I especially like how Nikki is regularly supplied with alcohol for snippets of advice and tasting..... I may suggest I could be Nikki at home instead of the cook.

    James May is a delight, although I'm not a fan of car programmes, I really enjoyed his Japan series, and the Lego & train one are excellent too.
     
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    proactive Enjoying a drop of red.

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    One of the first things I want to do when the current excitement finally comes to an end is spend a long weekend at his pub.
     
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    Masterchef: The professionals
     
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    There's a programme on BBC1 at 19.30 called Canal Boat Diaries and the description says something about a boat getting stuck in the mud in Woodeaves cutting.

    I might watch to see if I recognise anywhere local.
     
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    How to get away with murder


    Netflix
     
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    Mortimer & Whitehouse go Christmas fishing.
     
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    The Christmas misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan


    There's been some top TV tonight (for me, all involving the northeast and Scotland too as a bonus)
     
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    Gordon, Gino & Fred, desperately seeking Santa
     
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    I've watched the first series of the Beiderbecke Trilogy again over the last six days, but I've decided to break it up with other stuff for a while - I have a box set of (most of) David Attenborough's Life... series - a touch over 60 hours of it.

    First episode of Life on Earth tonight - I don't think I've ever seen it in colour before.

    I also have (most of) Michael Palin's journeys.
     
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    Just watched Upstart Crow: Lockdown Christmas 1603
    David Mitchell playing William Shakespeare in plague lockdown, a very funny and well written 30 minutes.
     
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    Watch the series retro sci-fi

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    Stephen Frys 21st Century firsts.

    *There was a section on the book 50 Shades of Grey.

    The carer said, 'I don't get bondage'.

    He nearly choked when I asked if that was a statement or a complaint...


    *Actually true, I'm still laughing at his reaction.
     
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    Dr Who
     
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    Australia by Train
     
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    On the recommendation of several people we watched The Queen’s Gambit, brilliant stuff.
    We binged watched the series over two nights. Really loved it.

    Although it doesn’t half make you feel ancient when a series set in the 1960’s is described by Netflix as a “historical drama”.
     
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    I'm slowly working my way through the original series of Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased).
     
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    And then can we interest sir in Deparment S and the Champions, just don't go near the reeves and mortimer reboot of R&H (it's crap)
     
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