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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    Anyone watched Humans. I'm on episode 3 and still not sure about what to make of it. Me and the Mrs love watching stuff that fuels philosophical debate and so far it's done that without being spectacularly great viewing.
    I enjoyed it, it does raise some questions about the use of AI. Stick with it is my opinion.
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    It's been good - trying to find the angle for the inevitable twist, have a few theories that I'll not post so to avoid spoilers.

    Nicole Kidman is lovely.
    Iíve watched 4 now and still liking it.

    Iíd not be surprised if we had similar theories!

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    Iíve watched 4 now and still liking it.

    Iíd not be surprised if we had similar theories!
    Just watched it and starting to find it a bit annoying. Seems a bit of a cheap trick to have a ďtwistĒ at the end of episode 3 which is then dismissed in the first 5 minutes of the next episode.

    I thought from the outset also, you donít have Donald Sutherland in something just to play the rich dad. Ultimately you know there is more to come there, which is a bit of a distraction

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    The Vow on SKY Documentaries, only watched the first 2 episodes but, it's some weird cult ****! 😲
    It gets freakier as each ep goes by!

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    For those that like historical documentaries I can highly recommend "Berlin 1945" on BBC iplayer. Some great film footage and incredible eyewitness accounts from all sides of the conflict, the civilian side of the story is particularly interesting.

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    I donít really watch tv much but Iím thinking of starting watching the Expanse on prime. Anyone seen it? Is it worth watching?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    For those that like historical documentaries I can highly recommend "Berlin 1945" on BBC iplayer. Some great film footage and incredible eyewitness accounts from all sides of the conflict, the civilian side of the story is particularly interesting.
    Ona totally different tip the iplayer has an old doc about the re-birth of the flying Scotsman. Search 4472 to find it.

    Not only does it have some great footage of the engine the interviews with the new owner and those on train and the various shots of the UK / Edinburgh back in the 60ís are just brilliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CmoantheHibs View Post
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    I donít really watch tv much but Iím thinking of starting watching the Expanse on prime. Anyone seen it? Is it worth watching?
    I enjoyed it, itís a proper sci-fi show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    For those that like historical documentaries I can highly recommend "Berlin 1945" on BBC iplayer. Some great film footage and incredible eyewitness accounts from all sides of the conflict, the civilian side of the story is particularly interesting.
    Yep, Iíve watched that and feel it was brilliantly done ✅
    This is how it feels

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Halfway through season 1 of The Man In The High Castle, enjoying it so far.
    Just finished the last ever episode, bit of a disappointing ending, very good overall though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    For those that like historical documentaries I can highly recommend "Berlin 1945" on BBC iplayer. Some great film footage and incredible eyewitness accounts from all sides of the conflict, the civilian side of the story is particularly interesting.
    I watched this recently and it really is worth watching 👍

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    Small Axe on bbc1 has been very good so far.

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    Just started Gracepoint with David Tennent but apparently it's a remake of a series called Broadchurch , Now tempted to ditch this version as it's american and watch the British version

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    Quote Originally Posted by HibbyAndy View Post
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    Just started Gracepoint with David Tennent but apparently it's a remake of a series called Broadchurch , Now tempted to ditch this version as it's american and watch the British version
    Aye it is, he is the main man in both versions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Aye it is, he is the main man in both versions.
    Cannae find Broadchurch on Netflix or catch up

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    Quote Originally Posted by HibbyAndy View Post
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    Cannae find Broadchurch on Netflix or catch up
    It's available on YouTube. 👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    It's available on YouTube. 👍
    Nice one Hutch

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    Nae bother.

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    Just watched the final episode of Brave New World on SKY1, interesting series for a number of reasons!

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    Anyone watched Black Mirror and can give a thumbs up/down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jones28 View Post
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    Anyone watched Black Mirror and can give a thumbs up/down?
    I like it. A sort of modern day cross between tales of the unexpected and the twighlight zone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HibbyAndy View Post
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    Just started Gracepoint with David Tennent but apparently it's a remake of a series called Broadchurch , Now tempted to ditch this version as it's american and watch the British version
    Same here, started it yesterday. I'd already watched Broadchurch and it was good. Gracepoint is worth watching, even if only to see a different cultural slant to the exact same story.

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    Watched the final episode of the undoing last night.

    Absolutely superb throughout - highlights were the final scenes in court. Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant absolutely superb throughout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jones28 View Post
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    Anyone watched Black Mirror and can give a thumbs up/down?
    Just don't watch the episode about the automated warehouse and then wander into the Amazon thread.😆

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    I watched a movie called 'Balloon' on the BBCiplayer recently.

    I thought from the films title that it might be a follow on from the Hearts documentary, and it might be about Craig Levein, but turns out its about a family attempting to escape from East Germany to the West.
    It's based on a true story. English Subtitles, and it's gripping stuff.

    GGTTH

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    This series of Taskmaster has been one of the best. All five of them are genuinely funny this time around.


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    I was given a Now TV smart stick with a months pass as a gift. Can anyone recommend what to watch? Iíve watched The Undoing and I Love you now Die, and Iím currently watching The Murder of Martha Moxley. Iím studying for a degree in Criminology so Iím fascinated with true crime and crime dramas, but Iím open minded to other programs also.

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