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I'm currently watching a program about planning applications on BBC2. Lots of NIMBYs. It's very much like Little Britain.
It's being narrated by Barbara Flynn, who has a voice like honey dripping slowly from a rose. She's lovely.
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C4 currently have a programme recreating the Hindenburg disaster.

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Just finished watching Bluestone 42, really good, first parts BBC 3. Comedy - Drama, about a bomb disposal outfit but not as it sounds.


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doc on joan baez on sky arts 1

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tonight i'm watching Spartacus

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Mon Mar 11, 2013 11:29 am
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Top Gear last night was ok. The river crossing was good fun. I think the idea of crossing Africa in a volvo though isnt one I'd savour.

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It becomes less daunting when you have a mammoth crew backing you up, with unlimited supplies and spares.

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I like TG, but this adventure was far to contrived even for TG.

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There was something on last night I really wanted to watch, but I've forgotten what it was.
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Thegrimriper wrote:
I like TG, but this adventure was far to contrived even for TG.

Its as if they are running out of ideas and do these expeditions to fill air time. As Stud says above, its easy with a crew. It seems very indulgent some times. I watched fifth gear and they are trying to be as cool as they can and replicate and try to outdo TG with silly car tests like pulling a dummy out of a pond in a 4x4 the quickest. I dont know about you but I wouldnt be in a position to pull out dummies out of fekkin paddling on a scooter ffs!

Bring back Noel Edmonds. I would like to see Alan Partridge reviewing cars on TG. Now that would be funny. I do like the sarcasm though and if you take TG seriously I would suggest reporting your sense of humour as lost to the local plod.

I am not a serious petrolhead, I do like watching motorsport sometimes, rallying is my preference. Whenever they have a new ferrari on I fall asleep as they all seem to be the same to me. I do like it when they take these cars on expeditions though as its something we could all possibley do but maybe swap the location to the Rhigos.

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spinbreath wrote:
There was something on last night I really wanted to watch, but I've forgotten what it was.
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Welcome to my world. :D

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I've had BBC2 on all night. University Challenge, Railway Journeys, couple of cookery programs and now the History of Syria.
Not a celebrity or advert in sight. It's been bliss.

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Robson Green's extreme fishing

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Fids the Blindside wrote:
Robson Green's extreme fishing

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I like to see the knob dragged out to sea by one of the fish :D

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Fids the Blindside wrote:
Robson Green's extreme fishing

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I like to see the knob dragged out to sea by one of the fish :D


He nearly was in one of the first series, a freshwater stingray I think, it was like a barn door mind :D

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