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Posted by Durham Giant on Thu May 17, 2012 4:24 pm
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Highway to Hell starts on sunday night on TCM.

Good cast and all set around the building of the first railway across America in the 1860s. A bit like Deadwood but with less swearing i think

Potentially looks a very good series.


Hit and Miss on Tuesday might be good with a Transvestite Hit man / Woman. Has potential.


Did anyone watch DIY SOS last night. A real tearjerker doing a house up for a guy who is terminally il with MND so he could spend more time with his family.

It is weird really because it is the only programme i can watch Nick Knowles in
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Posted by RooRoo on Thu May 17, 2012 4:46 pm
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Game of Thrones, brilliant,but it is beginning to do my head in remembering all the characters.



I'm getting a bit fed up with it now tbh

Tyrion is the only likeable character!
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Posted by cod'ead on Thu May 17, 2012 6:08 pm
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Game of Thrones is one of the best programmes to appear for years. I still enjoy watching the first season back again and the second season hasn't disappointed.

I'll be giving Highway to Hell and Hit & Miss a looksie too.
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Posted by Rock God X on Thu May 17, 2012 6:09 pm
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Did anyone see Rachel Riley on '8 out of 10 Cats' the other night?
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Posted by WIZEB on Thu May 17, 2012 7:28 pm
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Did anyone see Rachel Riley on '8 out of 10 Cats' the other night?

Nope but I'd bet she was looking feeit? The excellent '24 Hours in A&E' was back last night. The kid who got a slow bleed on the brain after a bike accident made for great tv. It has a unique format at times by discussing with friends and relatives of patients who've had life threatening surgery and not knowing until late on in each episode whether they made it or not.
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Nope but I'd bet she was looking feeit?

Actually made my balls ache. She dropped the f-bomb too, which aroused me no end.
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Posted by McLaren_Field on Thu May 17, 2012 7:50 pm
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Nope but I'd bet she was looking feeit? The excellent '24 Hours in A&E' was back last night. The kid who got a slow bleed on the brain after a bike accident made for great tv. It has a unique format at times by discussing with friends and relatives of patients who've had life threatening surgery and not knowing until late on in each episode whether they made it or not.


I did think it was going along an obvious route - two cyclists with head injuries both sustained going downhill at between 25 and 30mph (thats fast on a bike, believe me you don't want to fall off at those speeds, it makes a big mess), one is sat up in bed talking to anyone and everyone who passes by, the other is in a coma, one was wearing a helmet one wasn't, guess which one?

It even got my wife interested and she got really annoyed with me when I mentioned that there is a campaign among some cyclists to NOT make the wearing of helmets compulsory as they argue that it makes cyclists LESS safe - no I'm not quite sure how either but the argument goes something along the lines of "false sense of security", of which there is little.



But the other medical documentary about Great Ormond Street is just riveting viewing, the Irish surgeon was just incredible and the surgery they are performing on a daily basis is stunning, how the hell they go home and relax I just don't know.
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McLaren_Field wrote:
I did think it was going along an obvious route - two cyclists with head injuries both sustained going downhill at between 25 and 30mph (thats fast on a bike, believe me you don't want to fall off at those speeds, it makes a big mess), one is sat up in bed talking to anyone and everyone who passes by, the other is in a coma, one was wearing a helmet one wasn't, guess which one?

It even got my wife interested and she got really annoyed with me when I mentioned that there is a campaign among some cyclists to NOT make the wearing of helmets compulsory as they argue that it makes cyclists LESS safe - no I'm not quite sure how either but the argument goes something along the lines of "false sense of security", of which there is little.



But the other medical documentary about Great Ormond Street is just riveting viewing, the Irish surgeon was just incredible and the surgery they are performing on a daily basis is stunning, how the hell they go home and relax I just don't know.

Missed Tuesdays GOS as I was out on the razzamataz. Will have to catch up on i-player...Good to see Mrs McF getting involved in a little educative programming. :BOW:
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Actually made my balls ache. She dropped the f-bomb too, which aroused me no end.

I can imagine our own Gulfcoast Highwayman searching frantically for a replay of this programme....Admittedly, she is tremendous.
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Dont know if anyone saw this on BBC 4 but it is worth it on Iplayer

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... ler_Years/

All about the campaigns for safety in formula one. Some shocking footage of the deaths of racing drivers and how dangerous it was.

I dont really like motor sport but found it riveting.
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