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    Finished unforgotten now, glad I didnít read this thread before I did! Some ending.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danderhall Hibs View Post
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    Offshore Hibby got offshored.

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    I know this thread is for best tv but, watched the 1st 2 eps of Intruder, pretty dire so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    I know this thread is for best tv but, watched the 1st 2 eps of Intruder, pretty dire so far.
    The lead actor is over dramatic. No subtlety at all.

    The way they all actually go about doing fairly normal everyday things, just looks really unnatural.

    I thought it sounded like a good show, but not sure Iíll continue with it much longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by easty View Post
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    The lead actor is over dramatic. No subtlety at all.

    The way they all actually go about doing fairly normal everyday things, just looks really unnatural.

    I thought it sounded like a good show, but not sure Iíll continue with it much longer.
    If he shouts "Angela" as many times in the next ep somebody should give him a good boot in the Mark McGraws! ☺

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    If he shouts "Angela" as many times in the next ep somebody should give him a good boot in the Mark McGraws! ☺
    yeah I said that to my girlfriend last night too!

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    Unforgotten!!!

    Really gonna miss it.
    been commissioned for series 5. who knows if it'll be as good but it's been superb so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by easty View Post
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    yeah I said that to my girlfriend last night too!
    His wife was at it last night too. 😀

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    I recorded the Ďcountry musicí documentaries, or at least most of them having missed the very early years, on PBS America I think it was (if not it was paramount).

    Not that Iíve watched that many in my time but itís probably the most Iíve ever enjoyed a documentary series. Fascinating from start to finish every episode (and they arenít short by any means!)... if thatís your sort of thing obviously.

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    I've just finished the first series of Unforgotten and was confused by an aspect of the ending.

    Can anyone who's watched it recently explain the relationship between Claire (the old lady with Dementia) and her eldest son in the final episode? It seemed out of place with other events to the point that I'm wondering if I missed its significance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    If he shouts "Angela" as many times in the next ep somebody should give him a good boot in the Mark McGraws! ☺
    Just watched episode 2 tonight and came on here to post the same thing. He says it 24 times in one scene.
    It's so bad that we are now watching it for comedy value.

    I did an impression of him and 2 of my dogs staring barking at me.

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    Finished the final series of “The Bridge” the other night on the I-player.

    Really good tv, we loved it.

    A few wee quirks that irritated me a wee bit but it was generally excellent so they didn’t spoil it.

    I also thought it was quite good to watch something with subtitles. Often these days you pick up your phone and lose attention etc. When you have to read the subtitles to know what’s going on you pay attention that little bit better, and it was quite good for me to immerse myself in it away from my phone, I think.
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    There's a new series on Alba called Tir Is Teanga.

    It's a pretty simple concept. A guy visits an area, climbs a few hills or mountains and talks to a couple of people about the area. Episode 1 was in Knoydart and episode 2 was Glencoe.

    It's just really easy watching. Loads of interesting information about how places were named and the influence of Norse, Gaelic and Scots on that. It's subtitled but I find Gaelic quite soothing to listen to so that just adds to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    There's a new series on Alba called Tir Is Teanga.

    It's a pretty simple concept. A guy visits an area, climbs a few hills or mountains and talks to a couple of people about the area. Episode 1 was in Knoydart and episode 2 was Glencoe.

    It's just really easy watching. Loads of interesting information about how places were named and the influence of Norse, Gaelic and Scots on that. It's subtitled but I find Gaelic quite soothing to listen to so that just adds to it.
    I love shows like that. Weirs way was excellent and the more up to date version with Paul Mureton is great as well.

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