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What are you watching?
littlesue
Sony Classic movies right now. Hound of the Baskervilles with our Glynis, Brian the Blessed and Ronald (The Bishop) Lacey!!!!
Plus Edward Judd...
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!


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BradPaula
Watched Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren in The Good Liar. Quite good.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
littlesue
I'm even more in heaven!!!! Not only is Sir Lancelot and The Adventures of Robin Hood on...but they are also showing Francis Drake AND William Tell during the week.
All I need now is Ivanhoe (with Roger Moore) and The Buccaneers!!! I think I'm going to need a bigger hard drive on my TIVO box!!!!!
Now, altogether..Robin Hood, Robin Hood, riding through the Glen; Robin Hood Robin Hood with his band of men..................
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!


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sues youtube channel http://www.youtub...e54/videos
sues book shelf https://www.media...ne%20Shelf
rebel run video http://www.youtub...prqS-XZtLo
Lara and Sue's Stories http://lectorisal....webs.com/
 
Hugbot
littlesue wrote:

Now, altogether..Robin Hood, Robin Hood, riding through the Glen; Robin Hood Robin Hood with his band of men..................

Dennis Moore, Dennis Moore, riding through the woods; Dennis Moore, Dennis Moore, with a bag of things...
 
One Spare Part
Dennis More, Dennis More Dum dum dum da dum....
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
One Spare Part
We have dug out our Rockford Files box set. Amazingly intricate plots for the 70s. James Garner is fab.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Travisina
One Spare Part wrote:

We have dug out our Rockford Files box set. Amazingly intricate plots for the 70s. James Garner is fab.

On the subject of files, we're watching The Dresden Files. Hubby's just got the DVD box set. Good stories, well plotted, nice mix of police procedural + supernatural.
Twitter: @TravisinaB7
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
rojkerr1
love rockford files...leave your number I'll get back to you, garner good in Marlowe too, can you read my mind little sister...
 
Ellen York
Travisina wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

We have dug out our Rockford Files box set. Amazingly intricate plots for the 70s. James Garner is fab.

On the subject of files, we're watching The Dresden Files. Hubby's just got the DVD box set. Good stories, well plotted, nice mix of police procedural + supernatural.


I read to books first, so had to get past the "but that isn't right!" when watching the series. It did grow on me, pity there was only the one season.
 
rojroj
I've just completed the first season of Picard. I don't understand why some people complain that the pace is too slow, I thought it was excellent. The storyline is compelling and clever, especially because of the mystery which is gradually unravelled. I also liked Picard's crew and the fact that all of them (including Picard) are damaged in one way or another. The appearance of some members of TNG cast in later episodes was also a pleasant surprise. Perhaps the only objection I have is that the Romulans in the series have too many secret orders that one has to cope with -- but I guess that's in line with their character.

Did anyone else think that the story of synthetic organisms and the possible danger they pose was to some degree a rip-off of BSG?
 
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Travisina
Ellen York wrote:

Travisina wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

We have dug out our Rockford Files box set. Amazingly intricate plots for the 70s. James Garner is fab.

On the subject of files, we're watching The Dresden Files. Hubby's just got the DVD box set. Good stories, well plotted, nice mix of police procedural + supernatural.


I read to books first, so had to get past the "but that isn't right!" when watching the series. It did grow on me, pity there was only the one season.

I'd be interested to read the books, now. I've found only one Harry Dresden novella (The Warrior) in an anthology, but that seems to be the only one available in our virtual library.

Similar thing happened with 'Bones' - I started off with the TV series, which I liked. Then when we lost the channel it was being shown on, I turned to the Kathy Reichs books, and found that not only were they completely different, I thought the books were much better!
Twitter: @TravisinaB7
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
One Spare Part
Travisina wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

Travisina wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

We have dug out our Rockford Files box set. Amazingly intricate plots for the 70s. James Garner is fab.

On the subject of files, we're watching The Dresden Files. Hubby's just got the DVD box set. Good stories, well plotted, nice mix of police procedural + supernatural.


I read to books first, so had to get past the "but that isn't right!" when watching the series. It did grow on me, pity there was only the one season.

I'd be interested to read the books, now. I've found only one Harry Dresden novella (The Warrior) in an anthology, but that seems to be the only one available in

Come to our library. We have loads of Dresden File titles. Just up the road in Staffordshire.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Travisina
One Spare Part wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

Travisina wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

We have dug out our Rockford Files box set. Amazingly intricate plots for the 70s. James Garner is fab.

On the subject of files, we're watching The Dresden Files. Hubby's just got the DVD box set. Good stories, well plotted, nice mix of police procedural + supernatural.


I read to books first, so had to get past the "but that isn't right!" when watching the series. It did grow on me, pity there was only the one season.

I'd be interested to read the books, now. I've found only one Harry Dresden novella (The Warrior) in an anthology, but that seems to be the only one available in

Come to our library. We have loads of Dresden File titles. Just up the road in Staffordshire.

Just up the road, LOL! Spent many a happy hour whizzing up and down the M6, when I lived in Manchester...
Do you loan to Hertfordshire libraries?

I'm wondering whether our library has physical copies. This was the only Dresden I could find as an eBook on Borrowbox. Looking forward to our library re-opening, but have no idea when that might be.
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
One Spare Part
Travisina wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

Travisina wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

We have dug out our Rockford Files box set. Amazingly intricate plots for the 70s. James Garner is fab.

On the subject of files, we're watching The Dresden Files. Hubby's just got the DVD box set. Good stories, well plotted, nice mix of police procedural + supernatural.


I read to books first, so had to get past the "but that isn't right!" when watching the series. It did grow on me, pity there was only the one season.

I'd be interested to read the books, now. I've found only one Harry Dresden novella (The Warrior) in an anthology, but that seems to be the only one available in

Come to our library. We have loads of Dresden File titles. Just up the road in Staffordshire.

Just up the road, LOL! Spent many a happy hour whizzing up and down the M6, when I lived in Manchester...
Do you loan to Hertfordshire libraries?

I'm wondering whether our library has physical copies. This was the only Dresden I could find as an eBook on Borrowbox. Looking forward to our library re-opening, but have no idea when that might be.

Most libraries do something that is called 'out of county' loans. So you can get any book that your library is able to get from any library in England/UK. The only sticking point may be the cost. This will be differerent in each authority. You can only ask!
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Ellen York
Travisina wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

Travisina wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

We have dug out our Rockford Files box set. Amazingly intricate plots for the 70s. James Garner is fab.

On the subject of files, we're watching The Dresden Files. Hubby's just got the DVD box set. Good stories, well plotted, nice mix of police procedural + supernatural.


I read to books first, so had to get past the "but that isn't right!" when watching the series. It did grow on me, pity there was only the one season.

I'd be interested to read the books, now. I've found only one Harry Dresden novella (The Warrior) in an anthology, but that seems to be the only one available in our virtual library.

Similar thing happened with 'Bones' - I started off with the TV series, which I liked. Then when we lost the channel it was being shown on, I turned to the Kathy Reichs books, and found that not only were they completely different, I thought the books were much better!


The books are almost always better. Hope you can track down The Dresden Files when the library reopens, it is one of my favorite series. My local library is starting curb-side pickup this week.
 
sweevo
The Blues Brothers, to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
 
rojroj
sweevo wrote:

The Blues Brothers, to celebrate its 40th anniversary.


I love this movie! I've lost count of how many times I've seen it. Hard to believe it's been 40 years...
 
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sweevo
I will admit that TBB does begin to lose steam towards the end (the final super chase which makes up the last 20 or 30 minutes of the movie is a little too drawn out for its own good), even if the plot, music and humour are otherwise spot on.
 
rojroj
Black Sails. I've almost completed Season 2 with the flashbacks that explain the interaction between Captain Flint and the Hamiltons. Excellent story, great characters.
 
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BradPaula
MST 3K The Undead, a Roger Corman stinker.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
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