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Just been watching this. If you're interested it should be on iPlayer: BBC4 last night.
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A delight from a composer I've not heard of. The most beautiful instrument, apart from the human voice, is the violin. Or, in this case, the cello. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZe3mXlnfNc...
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Super voice. Who's the bloke with the guitar? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyI9flHHT2Q...
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...is on BBC4 tonight at 10.00. The philandering scoundrel (and one of VE's favourite Tories) is played by one of my favourite actors, the late John Hurt....
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...Neil Bezu the counter terrorist (but must try harder) police chief, and Tim Loughton rbranded as a "Conservative MP" for Worthing and Shoreham - "silly Sussex by the sea", i.e. where VE was brought...
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Just started watching this and find that not only the [i]honest[i] Canadian intellectual Steven Pinker is on the panel, but we have a spokeswoman for Brexit counterbalancing the the two woke Remainers...
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Just watched episode 1 (of five) covering the formation of the terrestrial planets. Nice stuff. If you hadn't clocked the series it's on BBC2 and available on IPlayer....
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Know Richmond, its demography and its political history? Penetrating analysis by BBC expert commentators. Used to live in Surbiton and cleaned flats around that ares. Eaten in most of its flash...
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Hadn't seen this one before; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QtGOWemQhY...
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Just watched the recent showing of this film on Film4. Thought Alex Lawther as the Turing was superb....
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Just started watching this (on EU election night, isn't it?). We have a typically BBC "balanced" panel. Never heard of any of them. Wonder which one, if any, supports Brexit...
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Ian Hislop's documentary on attitudes to welfare from the Victorian Poor Laws till the first Labour government. Just been watching this (BBC 4 9.00pm). Some of you will find it interesting....
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Just read in this week's Spectator that he died last week. His Sunday TV show (whatsitsname?) was required viewing. Never the same show after Matthew Parris took over. RIP, Mr Walden....
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This seems to be an excellent idea. Firstly Scotland decides to leave the Union (that's us - England/Scotland). [i]Then[i] the rest of the UK has a "people's vote" without the five million Remain...
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I'm trying to scan an A4 document on my wireless printer (HP Envy 4500 series) to my computer (Windows 10) as a jpg, but the print driver sees a square in the main body of the document and crops the...
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Watching this on BBC4. (Naturally, darlings, I wouldn't have [i]dreamed[i] of watching it if it had been on any other channel). Some key points from VE: Features TV's greatest presenter: Ryland. Super...
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I've just started watching this program. (For those who haven't seen it and are interested it was on BBC2 at 9.00 pm). An exceptional day in Gaza, perhaps, but to me after having watched just five...
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...and in Canada with her family, although, apparently with a false identity: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/may/08/asia-bibi-arrives-in-canada-after-leaving-pakistan...
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First of a two-parter on BBC4 tonight at 9 o'clock. What the oligarchs [i]really[i] think about us....
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If part of his legal defence by a man accused of rape is that he and his accuser had a history of consensual sex, then why does it need [i]her[i] phone rather than his to prove it?...

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