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doifeellucky

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Watched the first Smack the Pony having seen Doon on with Sandy a couple of nights ago. I’m on the fence at the moment. Last night started Reacher and quite enjoyed it. Tonight watched the first episode of Yellowjackets. Quite interesting.

Recently finished The Silo which I particularly enjoyed. Also started the latest season of The Witcher and haven’t got a clue what is going on in that. Far too many characters.
 
Watching Boys from the Blackstuff - didn't see it back in the day, and undecided after disc 1 quite what I make of it.

Edit - first part was just The Blackstuff - there are then five shorter pieces that follow. They seem better so far.
 
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Never saw Big Train when it was originally on, but Beeb 4 showed an episode a few weeks ago and we loved it - bough the series and now going through it. Great early performances from Simon Pegg, Julia Davis, Mark Heap, Kevin Eldon and Amelia Bullmore.
 

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On TV play
 

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Jasonovich

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Currently watching on Netflix Uncanny Counter. Also yesterday on Netflix I watched, The Electrical Life of Louis Wain, starring Benedict Cumberhatch. I am sadly obsessed with Clare Foy, she was really good.
 
Just treated myself to the box set of the original Star Trek - not seen it for years. Shonky sets, poor acting, plot holes (and we're only two episodes in) but loving it! (That said, the Enterprise looks better than I would have expected for something so old).

I think it's like a lot of things that I watched with my mum as a kid and therefore have innate fondness for.
 

WayneKerr

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Just treated myself to the box set of the original Star Trek - not seen it for years. Shonky sets, poor acting, plot holes (and we're only two episodes in) but loving it! (That said, the Enterprise looks better than I would have expected for something so old).

I think it's like a lot of things that I watched with my mum as a kid and therefore have innate fondness for.
(y)Love Trek. Up until a few months ago I could get my daily dose on channels 36 and 41 from 5pm. Star Trek, Next Generation, Voyager and Enterprise over a 3 hour period.
 

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