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Posted by WIZEB on Sun Nov 13, 2011 9:20 pm
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Have recorded it because there's lots of shiote on TV tonight and I have no chance of getting anywhere near the remote control, the dog gets to change channels more than I do and he does it accidently.


You'll know what I mean after watching blondie reading the letter out at the end of the programme Mc. :(
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I'm only about 6 years behind but recently started watching Supernatural from scratch on box set. It's corny in places but definitely has me jumping in other places and the 2 lead characters are very easy on the eye. :DROOL:
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Shooting Stars cancelled, according to Bob Mortimer on Twitter

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Aw bloody hell! Stupid BBC.

Still, they've still got their identikit rubbish like Buzzcocks and Mock The Week, so they'll be happy.
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Shooting Stars cancelled, according to Bob Mortimer on Twitter

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WIZEB wrote:
You'll know what I mean after watching blondie reading the letter out at the end of the programme Mc. :(


Ooh I've watched it now.

You see for me, thats what TV should always be about, real life stories which are always far more dramatic in the telling then the shoite that gets served up as "serial drama".

The bloke in question already had a cushy job at the start of the war, didn't need to get involved at all, but volunteered for service in the RAF as a tail gunner in a Halifax bomber - only the most dangerous job in the whole air force with a life expectancy of a couple of weeks, any fighter attacking a slow moving four engine bomber would hit it from behind while the tail gunner sat there and waited for the shells to hit him.

Unsurprisingly he was killed in action as were the rest of his crew, and only then did his letter reveal to his wife that he wasn't working in a desk job at the RAF but had deliberately volunteered as a gunner "because it was the right thing to do" and then he apologised to her for not telling her the truth.

Eastenders can't hold a candle to that sort of storyline.
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Ooh I've watched it now.

You see for me, thats what TV should always be about, real life stories which are always far more dramatic in the telling then the shoite that gets served up as "serial drama".

The bloke in question already had a cushy job at the start of the war, didn't need to get involved at all, but volunteered for service in the RAF as a tail gunner in a Halifax bomber - only the most dangerous job in the whole air force with a life expectancy of a couple of weeks, any fighter attacking a slow moving four engine bomber would hit it from behind while the tail gunner sat there and waited for the shells to hit him.

Unsurprisingly he was killed in action as were the rest of his crew, and only then did his letter reveal to his wife that he wasn't working in a desk job at the RAF but had deliberately volunteered as a gunner "because it was the right thing to do" and then he apologised to her for not telling her the truth.

Eastenders can't hold a candle to that sort of storyline.


An excellent appraisal, put into words far better than I could hope to conjure. :thumb:

Just had two days on the p!ss, bumped into Mr Crooks (Lee) on Monday afty (I'm a name dropping fooker :lol:) and had a right sesh. Finally got home today and just switched tv on. Rachel Riley, WOW!
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Just had Sky+ HD installed in the bedroom. Apparently if you already have multi room HD is now a free service for your extra box, providing you have the HD package on your main TV.
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