What I'm watching


#3824

They’re hand picked man, a lot of them are just stooges for whatever the Beeb want to get across


#3825

Lots of Airbus employees/supply chain etc in Chester. I suspect they’re seeing the chickens coming home to roost.


#3826

Yeah I agree, but they had definitely been subdued tonight. The panel were given so much time they became quite animated and talked some proper bollocks.


#3827

Hence my departure from wanting to throw the telly out of the window.

Reginald D Hunter’s Songs of the Border is rather good :wink:


#3828


#3829

On iPlayer.


#3830

Love it, my favourite was the farmer with a plank that crossed a ditch that was also the border so had to have the patrol come out for Clarification.


#3831

Sings Dylan II on BBC2

I’d forgotten how bad Mick Hucknall’s version of Positively 4th Street was. I’ve heard better karaoke versions booed off stage.


#3832

I’ve seen that programme before, but it only reinforced my view that precious few of them were better than the original


#3833

Just finished watching Sully. Schlock, no horror.


#3834

2nd episode of Monty & the Japanese gardens. Well worth a look if Japanese aesthetics appeal to you.


#3835

Holly Willoughby boobies.


#3836

Gunman, Sean Penn again, bloke spend a lot of time in the gym!

Oh, the film is bloody great.


#3837

Looking forward to this wherever it gets shown


#3838

Looks fantastic


#3839

I’ve just finished Altered Carbon, how cool was that?

One day I’ll catch up with the 21st century…


#3840

I wouldn’t bother. I don’t think you’d like it.

VB


#3841

This Time.


#3842

Das Boot
Sky Atlantic
:ok_hand:


#3843

Cunk on Britain.