Good programmes you've watched recently

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  1. KentBlue

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    I saw the one on Captain Scott's hut the other night. Ben Fogle, I think was the presenter.
    Brilliant. The hut still looks exactly the same as it did back in 1911, even with discarded Huntley and Palmer biscuits nearby...frozen in time. Eerie, but great all the same.
     
  2. nelsons willie

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    one on bbc iplayer about progress.very interesting
     
  3. BWTAC

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    Tend to only watch BBC 4, some interesting stuff on there.

    That Louis Theroux programme the other night about the porn industry, was interesting, if not a tad depressing
     

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  4. ChrisNUFC

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    Saw this was very interesting. Little strange that they were going to all the trouble of taking everything out, painstakingly restoring it all, only to then put it back in to the same conditions that led to that original decay??

    Also that Evidently John Cooper Clarke that someone recommended on here was a great watch too!
     
  5. jimbojones

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    I'll probably get vilified for this, but I've started watching an american tv show called 'Awake'. Basically about a cop who gets in a car accident with his wife and son. In once instance, his son has died. He and his wife are trying to cope with their life without their son. He's still solving cases as a cop etc. But when he goes to sleep, he wakes up and he's sort of in a different reality, where this time it was his wife that died in the car accident and his son survived. Again, he's still a cop working on cases. He doesn't know which reality is the real one (or whether either of them are). The cases he solves in each are completely different, however certain clues do cross over.

    I'm probably making it sound like such a shit programme, but I enjoy it. Like the whole concept of not being sure which reality is real (bit like the matrix, I suppose).
     
  6. BimboBob

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    Escape to the Country is on as we speak. Love the programme. On every week day at 2.15 on BBC1. Go on...treat yourself.
     

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