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Re: TV Shows.

Postby MG2 » Thu Jul 19, 2018 8:12 pm

Keyser wrote:
MG2 wrote:Finally on S4 of Peaky Blinders and as Keyser said it is far fetched but oh so entertaining.

Watched the first new Unforgotten. Always classy.


Unforgotten is just about the only programme I have watched on ITV for years.

I am currently enjoying the series of House I did not see on Freeview (5-8), Hidden, Wentworth, AOS, The 100 and looking forward to Size Matters on BBC4.

The last ever episode of Longmire is on tomorrow as well, I hope that they all survive - including Mathias and Nighthorse.

Oh and Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing is a beautiful little gem of a programme.

Contemplative, entertaining and life-affirming in one little 30 minute package. :cuppaT:


Hidden is on my planner, I don't watch the others. Must look up Longmire. Gone Fishing? What's that about then? :mrgreen:
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Re: TV Shows.

Postby Keyser » Thu Jul 19, 2018 8:50 pm

MG2 wrote:
Keyser wrote:
MG2 wrote:Finally on S4 of Peaky Blinders and as Keyser said it is far fetched but oh so entertaining.

Watched the first new Unforgotten. Always classy.


Unforgotten is just about the only programme I have watched on ITV for years.

I am currently enjoying the series of House I did not see on Freeview (5-8), Hidden, Wentworth, AOS, The 100 and looking forward to Size Matters on BBC4.

The last ever episode of Longmire is on tomorrow as well, I hope that they all survive - including Mathias and Nighthorse.

Oh and Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing is a beautiful little gem of a programme.

Contemplative, entertaining and life-affirming in one little 30 minute package. :cuppaT:


Hidden is on my planner, I don't watch the others. Must look up Longmire. Gone Fishing? What's that about then? :mrgreen:


It's about the increased fluidity of gender roles whilst working in a modern retail environment. :gigglesnshit:

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Re: TV Shows.

Postby MG2 » Thu Jul 19, 2018 11:50 pm

Keyser wrote:
MG2 wrote:
Keyser wrote:
MG2 wrote:Finally on S4 of Peaky Blinders and as Keyser said it is far fetched but oh so entertaining.

Watched the first new Unforgotten. Always classy.


Unforgotten is just about the only programme I have watched on ITV for years.

I am currently enjoying the series of House I did not see on Freeview (5-8), Hidden, Wentworth, AOS, The 100 and looking forward to Size Matters on BBC4.

The last ever episode of Longmire is on tomorrow as well, I hope that they all survive - including Mathias and Nighthorse.

Oh and Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing is a beautiful little gem of a programme.

Contemplative, entertaining and life-affirming in one little 30 minute package. :cuppaT:


Hidden is on my planner, I don't watch the others. Must look up Longmire. Gone Fishing? What's that about then? :mrgreen:


It's about the increased fluidity of gender roles whilst working in a modern retail environment. :gigglesnshit:

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Re: TV Shows.

Postby Keyser » Sat Jul 21, 2018 8:22 pm

MG2 wrote:
Keyser wrote:
MG2 wrote:
Keyser wrote:
MG2 wrote:Finally on S4 of Peaky Blinders and as Keyser said it is far fetched but oh so entertaining.

Watched the first new Unforgotten. Always classy.


Unforgotten is just about the only programme I have watched on ITV for years.

I am currently enjoying the series of House I did not see on Freeview (5-8), Hidden, Wentworth, AOS, The 100 and looking forward to Size Matters on BBC4.

The last ever episode of Longmire is on tomorrow as well, I hope that they all survive - including Mathias and Nighthorse.

Oh and Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing is a beautiful little gem of a programme.

Contemplative, entertaining and life-affirming in one little 30 minute package. :cuppaT:


Hidden is on my planner, I don't watch the others. Must look up Longmire. Gone Fishing? What's that about then? :mrgreen:


It's about the increased fluidity of gender roles whilst working in a modern retail environment. :gigglesnshit:

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Re: TV Shows.

Postby Nucks » Sat Jul 21, 2018 8:56 pm

Anyone watch this week’s 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown? :gigglesnshit:

Joe Wilkinson’s poem about naming stranger’s penises was great. :mrgreen:
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Re: TV Shows.

Postby Keyser » Sat Jul 21, 2018 10:10 pm

Nucks wrote:Anyone watch this week’s 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown? :gigglesnshit:

Joe Wilkinson’s poem about naming stranger’s penises was great. :mrgreen:


I used to watch it but in the end I got so very tired of looking at that hideous old bag who does the numbers I stopped. :shake head:
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Re: TV Shows.

Postby Nucks » Sun Jul 22, 2018 5:24 am

Keyser wrote:
Nucks wrote:Anyone watch this week’s 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown? :gigglesnshit:

Joe Wilkinson’s poem about naming stranger’s penises was great. :mrgreen:


I used to watch it but in the end I got so very tired of looking at that hideous old bag who does the numbers I stopped. :shake head:


The frumpy one with thick ankles? Yeah, hate her. :again?:

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Re: TV Shows.

Postby Gabby » Tue Jul 24, 2018 6:37 pm

Last episode of ‘Our Girl’ tonight..... so hoping Georgie gets off with the ‘Boss’! :wubwub:
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Re: TV Shows.

Postby Keyser » Tue Jul 24, 2018 7:42 pm

Forbidden History has started again on Yesterday.

Very enjoyable (if lightweight) way to pass an hour.

No historical evidence whatsoever for the existence of Yeshua Ben Josef of course but what I did find interesting was that Pilate (according to the show) had to execute 300 so called Jewish 'Messiahs' in 33 AD alone.

The Frankenstein Chronicles starts on ITV tonight - has anyone on here seen it? :cuppaT:
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Re: TV Shows.

Postby charlie » Sun Jul 29, 2018 9:48 pm

Keyser wrote:Forbidden History has started again on Yesterday.

Very enjoyable (if lightweight) way to pass an hour.

No historical evidence whatsoever for the existence of Yeshua Ben Josef of course but what I did find interesting was that Pilate (according to the show) had to execute 300 so called Jewish 'Messiahs' in 33 AD alone.

The Frankenstein Chronicles starts on ITV tonight - has anyone on here seen it? :cuppaT:


You wot???

In English would be nice, Keyser for those of us who aren't familiar with the above, titled gentleman!!
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Re: TV Shows.

Postby Keyser » Sun Jul 29, 2018 10:15 pm

charlie wrote:
Keyser wrote:Forbidden History has started again on Yesterday.

Very enjoyable (if lightweight) way to pass an hour.

No historical evidence whatsoever for the existence of Yeshua Ben Josef of course but what I did find interesting was that Pilate (according to the show) had to execute 300 so called Jewish 'Messiahs' in 33 AD alone.

The Frankenstein Chronicles starts on ITV tonight - has anyone on here seen it? :cuppaT:


You wot???

In English would be nice, Keyser for those of us who aren't familiar with the above, titled gentleman!!


Yeshua Ben Josef was the name Jesus (if he existed) would have been known by Charlie.
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Re: TV Shows.

Postby Keyser » Sun Jul 29, 2018 11:55 pm

Before Dr Who was crippled by PC (stopped watching after Matt Smith). :canny:



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Re: TV Shows.

Postby Hummingbird » Mon Jul 30, 2018 12:26 pm

catching up with Nashville; my guilty pleasure. :smilin:
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Re: TV Shows.

Postby calitom » Tue Jul 31, 2018 12:03 am

Gabby wrote:Last episode of ‘Our Girl’ tonight..... so hoping Georgie gets off with the ‘Boss’! :wubwub:

gets off?? isnt that kind of crude. or is that just one of those british expressions that sounds worse than it is??
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Re: TV Shows.

Postby calitom » Tue Jul 31, 2018 12:04 am

Keyser wrote:
MG2 wrote:
Keyser wrote:
MG2 wrote:Finally on S4 of Peaky Blinders and as Keyser said it is far fetched but oh so entertaining.

Watched the first new Unforgotten. Always classy.


Unforgotten is just about the only programme I have watched on ITV for years.

I am currently enjoying the series of House I did not see on Freeview (5-8), Hidden, Wentworth, AOS, The 100 and looking forward to Size Matters on BBC4.

The last ever episode of Longmire is on tomorrow as well, I hope that they all survive - including Mathias and Nighthorse.

Oh and Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing is a beautiful little gem of a programme.

Contemplative, entertaining and life-affirming in one little 30 minute package. :cuppaT:


Hidden is on my planner, I don't watch the others. Must look up Longmire. Gone Fishing? What's that about then? :mrgreen:


It's about the increased fluidity of gender roles whilst working in a modern retail environment. :gigglesnshit:

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