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RE: What program/film/documentary are you watching now? - 10/17/2019 1:29:11 PM   
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You all really need to listen to

First World War: The Complete Collection
Voices from the BBC Archive

LINK

Also

Eyewitness 1900-1949
Voices from the BBC Archive

LINK

History straight from those that were there

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RE: What program/film/documentary are you watching now? - 10/18/2019 4:48:54 PM   
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The Capture - available on BBC iplayer

Hummed and ahhhed about whether I could be bothered to watch this but finally took the plunge last night....

....6 hours later I'd watched the whole series in one sitting! Whoops.

Somewhat far fetched but no less gripping for that - and certainly makes one think. Each episode left me with that "just one more" feeling and I had to give in despite work the next day.

And as if the story wasn't excellent enough, there was also the luuuvvveerrlllyy Holliday Grainger in a starring role.


Thanks for pointing me in that direction. Will be watching that over the next few days.

Best wishes,
Steve
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You're welcome - I hope you enjoy it. I may have another one for you too.

Just watched the first episode of Dublin Murders available on BBC iplayer too.


Ok. Just watched the first episode of The Capture.

He did it. Bang to rights. Case closed.

Will watch the second episode later. And Dublin Murders now on my radar. Thanks.

Best wishes,
Steve

Just watched the second episode and the thick plottens.

Still think he did it though, but someone is playing silly beggars with the CCTV.

Best wishes,
Steve

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RE: What program/film/documentary are you watching now? - 10/19/2019 12:29:22 AM   
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Just watched the second episode and the thick plottens.

Still think he did it though, but someone is playing silly beggars with the CCTV.

Best wishes,
Steve
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Lol - the thick plottens indeed . Well I won't say anything....

Meanwhile, just watched episode 2 of Dublin Murders and I have to say this is shaping up to be really good. That Sarah Greene is in it is a real bonus too....





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RE: What program/film/documentary are you watching now? - 10/19/2019 8:17:30 PM   
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I want to watch BBC The War of the Worlds, but for the life of me I can't find if it will play in the United States.
Anyone know any info? I would appreciate it.

Edit: I watched clips of the Spanish version, acting was so so, special effects were so, so - So I'm no longer that interested in watching it. Lots of so's in those poorly constructed sentences! Ha!

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RE: What program/film/documentary are you watching now? - 10/20/2019 9:46:10 AM   
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Finally got to see "The death of Stalin" -really enjoyed it but very black humour in parts.

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RE: What program/film/documentary are you watching now? - 10/20/2019 2:14:26 PM   
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Ooops

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RE: What program/film/documentary are you watching now? - 10/20/2019 2:23:14 PM   
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Just watched the second episode and the thick plottens.

Still think he did it though, but someone is playing silly beggars with the CCTV.

Best wishes,
Steve
warspite1

Lol - the thick plottens indeed . Well I won't say anything....

Meanwhile, just watched episode 2 of Dublin Murders and I have to say this is shaping up to be really good. That Sarah Greene is in it is a real bonus too....



Just finished binge watching The Capture. Very entertaining and even had the obligatory evil Americans causing all sorts on mayhem on British streets.

And Yep.... told you he did it.

Best wishes,
Steve

PS. Dublin Murders next on my watch list.

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