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    Anyone seen the saville documentary on Netflix? Just wow.
    I wasn't going to watch but couldn't sleep so decided to watch as it was promoted on the home screen. Wish I hadn't. How many obvious hints did he drop that nobody took forward. He was beyond evil.

    On another note, recommend watching the Panorama programme on the Post Office Scandal. I was moved to tears with the anger I felt for the people wrongly accused.


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    Watched that Nikki Graham thing last night. Wasn't prepared for the images of her body at the end. What a horrific disease that is, poor girl and family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibby70 View Post
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    Watched that Nikki Graham thing last night. Wasn't prepared for the images of her body at the end. What a horrific disease that is, poor girl and family.
    Not watched it but, it is a terrible shame. BB was an interesting social experiment at it's outset, once Endemol and fame hungry folk decided there was huge money to be made, the programme transformed into a terrible impression of it's original self. Surprised Endemol got away with some of their conduct to be honest.

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    Monster in the Shadows on Sky Crime, massively unpleasant series about a girl about to reveal a paedophile ring in her family who was mysteriously killed, not pleasant viewing. Cover ups here, there and everywhere.

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    Murder in the Alps is quite intriguing with 1 episode to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Murder in the Alps is quite intriguing with 1 episode to go.
    Where is this on?
    Edit-Channel 4
    Last edited by Billy Whizz; 28-06-2022 at 05:36 PM.

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    Started watching, 'George Carlin's American Dream', two part documentary about George Carlin. (Available on Sky Documentaries and NOW TV. Interesting and in depth delve into the American comedian's life and work. Well worth a watch.


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    Free solo on Disney plus , amazing

    Alpinist on Netflix

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    Scouting for Girls on Sky Documentaries, terrible what these young girls had to go through whilst chasing their dreams.

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    Watched Roadrunner the Anthony Bourdain documentary last night on Netflix. Heís a bit of an idol of mine so I realise Iím heavily biased but it was genuinely an immense 2 hours of viewing.

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    War & Justice: The case of Marine A on Channel 4, thought provoking stuff.

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    Woodstock99 on Netflix. Makes Fyre Festival look very lame indeed.

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    Who Killed The kLF?

    Really enjoyed this

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    Ken & Barbie Killers : The lost murder tapes, not a pleasant watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Ken & Barbie Killers : The lost murder tapes, not a pleasant watch.
    Where did you watch that? I think it was on quest red but I missed the first episode and Iíve been looking out to see if they repeated it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EH6 Hibby View Post
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    Where did you watch that? I think it was on quest red but I missed the first episode and Iíve been looking out to see if they repeated it.
    I.D. channel. Eps 3 & 4 on on Thursday night, eps 1 & 2 repeated on 16/9. Firestick is also your friend 😉
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    John Wayne Gacy:Devil in Disguise on Sky Showcase, evil mf, people in authority at the time have some serious questions to answer about how much they knew.

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    Michael Palin: Into Iraq on CH5, he's good at what he does.

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    Yorkshire Cop: Police, Racism and Me on Channel 4 - Documentary about Bill Thomas, the first Black male police officer in South Yorkshire, What an amazing individual.

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    Iím enjoying the old man just now on Disney+ think itís an FX show, itís slow but it has a decent story and the acting is very good as well.

    I also started the Watcher on Netflix the other night with the mrs and il see it through but Iím really starting to hate the Netflix original things they all seem to start well and just descend into absolute muck, had high hopes on this one with being based on true events and a half decent cast but Jesus

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    Watched the 1st part of the worlds end murders on the BBC IPlayer last night. Looking back at the 1970ís you forgot how basic policing was, loads of cards with details on them, rather than all on the PC now-days. How hard it was back then to catch a killer, no DNA/CCTV etc
    2 lovely girls killed for little or no reason

    Seeing Edinburgh in the 1970ís was interesting, featured throughput the program. Will watch part 2 tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Whizz View Post
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    Watched the 1st part of the worlds end murders on the BBC IPlayer last night. Looking back at the 1970ís you forgot how basic policing was, loads of cards with details on them, rather than all on the PC now-days. How hard it was back then to catch a killer, no DNA/CCTV etc
    2 lovely girls killed for little or no reason

    Seeing Edinburgh in the 1970ís was interesting, featured throughput the program. Will watch part 2 tonight
    I watched this too . Edinburgh certainly was Auld Reekie back then, everything looked dark and grey .

    Theres only one word to describe Angus Sinclair and that's EVIL . We'll never know just how many crimes he committed.

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    We started watching the Son documentary on Prime. Weíve not finished it but his dad comes across as an abusive welt who probably thinks his sons (no pun intended) made it in football because of the beatings he inflicted upon them rather than in spite of them.

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    Started watching, 'George Carlin's American Dream', two part documentary about George Carlin. (Available on Sky Documentaries and NOW TV. Interesting and in depth delve into the American comedian's life and work. Well worth a watch.
    Really enjoyed this when I watched it, the guy was a genius.

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    Adam Curtis series on the end of communism in Russia. On iplayer.
    Scary stuff and without commentary. Just the tawdry reality of it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    Adam Curtis series on the end of communism in Russia. On iplayer.
    Scary stuff and without commentary. Just the tawdry reality of it all.

    Yup I'd recommended same on the Best TV thread but this is a better place. What a horrible reality, the wee girl begging in episode 2 😞

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    Louis Theroux: Talking to Anorexia on W Channel, What a horrible disorder for the people suffering and their loved ones to go through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmas View Post
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    I also started the Watcher on Netflix the other night with the mrs and il see it through but Iím really starting to hate the Netflix original things they all seem to start well and just descend into absolute muck, had high hopes on this one with being based on true events and a half decent cast but Jesus
    Agree with that started well but dear oh dear

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimBHibees View Post
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    Agree with that started well but dear oh dear
    I thought it was awful after 30 mins and didn't watch any more. I find their foreign stuff to be much better. Undercover being a prime example.

    I expect this is on the wrong thread mind you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimBHibees View Post
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    Agree with that started well but dear oh dear
    Watched it last week, typical Netflix dragging it out to 7 episodes when 4 is plenty, based on true events until you read about the true events and the Watcher is mostly nonsense.

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