are you sick of saying theres nowt ont telly!

Started by: laughing gravy (7135)

and yearn for great programme's from yesteryear well yearn no more all classic and free, thank me later

Started: 30th Dec 2020 at 17:26

Posted by: PeterP (8432)

Theres nowt on our telly its to thin to put anything on it

Replied: 30th Dec 2020 at 17:31

Posted by: basil brush (16322)

Agree, lg, shocking, bring back the val doonican show

Replied: 1st Jan 2021 at 11:08

Posted by: laughing gravy (7135)

basil theres some good programmes on the page i linked common as muck ect im currently watching big deal, robbie box remember him? lol

Replied: 1st Jan 2021 at 11:13

Posted by: basil brush (16322)

Use to love watching auf wotsit pet

Replied: 1st Jan 2021 at 11:23

Posted by: laughing gravy (7135)

all series are abovejust scroll down the page..

Replied: 1st Jan 2021 at 11:30
Last edited by laughing gravy: 1st Jan 2021 at 11:32:22

Posted by: TerryW (6276)

Can't be doing with sitting and watching telly me, I read a lot while listening to my eclectic library of albums and CD's.

Telly dulls the the mind, it has to be something special for me to watch.

Replied: 1st Jan 2021 at 11:36

Posted by: basil brush (16322)

It keeps popping up on ITV 3

Replied: 1st Jan 2021 at 11:43

Posted by: nanajacqui (3626) 

I'd rather play Scrabble online with people from all over the world or do crosswords to keep my mind active

Replied: 1st Jan 2021 at 11:54

Posted by: tonker (23307) 

Mrs Brady (Old Lady) ......

"There's never aything new on the telly these days, it's all repeats. Oooooooh, yes, the old fims are the best, I can watch them over and over again, I love 'em"!

Replied: 1st Jan 2021 at 12:11

Posted by: admin (833)

Any links to the Phil Silvers Show i.e. Ernie Bilko.

Replied: 1st Jan 2021 at 14:59

Posted by: First Mate (247)

Replied: 1st Jan 2021 at 15:01

Posted by: admin (833)

I do have a full set of the 143 episodes on disc but they are just copies taken from an American TV including the adverts and some aren't very good quality..

Replied: 1st Jan 2021 at 19:51

Posted by: mollie m (6382) 

I haven't owned a TV for about 12 years now, but I can watch Catch-Up TV on my computer.

I've watched some really lovely stuff over Christmas, films I've never seen before such as Maleficent, Frozen, and the adaptation of Cinderella; and I've enjoyed Clash of the Titans again, Never Ending Story, Calamity Jane, Saving Mr Banks, and lots more on My5 as well.

I know lots of folk don't like the soaps, but many have done really well during the current situation, most especially in Emmerdale when Marlon read out his eulogy. That was so true and heart-rending, and the way Casualty's very powerful portrayal was presented was stunning.

No two people like the same things, but if what you're watching makes you happy, then that's all you need.

Replied: 4th Jan 2021 at 05:41

Posted by: Anne (3893) 

Mollie..... you say you haven't had a tv for quite some time but watch on your pc. Do you have a TVs licence? Be aware you still need one to view in this manner, look up rules and regulations, don't get into trouble

Replied: 4th Jan 2021 at 07:59


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