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    TV Ancient Brits

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    deadagaindave

    Join date : 2010-12-25

    TV Ancient Brits

    Post  deadagaindave on Fri Feb 04, 2011 11:14 am

    There's an interesting prog' coming on the goggle box, about the struggle for existence in ancient britain, to help us forget about the struggle for existence in modern britain.
    It's presented by that bloke who does 'coast', but if you can endure the whingey whiney accent, it might be worth a shot.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00xchyf

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    deadagaindave

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    Post  deadagaindave on Thu Feb 17, 2011 7:18 am

    Well 2 into the series I think some very interesting ground has been covered, but the presentation has been boring and highly conjectural. I don’t care if he’s a lank haired glamour boy. You’d be better off with a half dead Michelin man like me, telling it like it is. However, since I kept flipping to the Arsenal match, I may have missed something.
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    mikki

    Join date : 2009-01-29
    Age : 25
    Location : West Yorkshire

    Re: TV Ancient Brits

    Post  mikki on Thu Mar 17, 2011 6:34 pm

    deadagaindave wrote:There's an interesting prog' coming on the goggle box, about the struggle for existence in ancient britain, to help us forget about the struggle for existence in modern britain.
    It's presented by that bloke who does 'coast', but if you can endure the whingey whiney accent, it might be worth a shot.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00xchyf


    There is a strange existence here Dave, that is without the goggle box.
    I think Paulus has yet to catch up with a modern Britain.

    Mikki x
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    Sunbright57

    Join date : 2011-02-10
    Age : 59
    Location : Nelson - the one in Lancashire sorry to say!

    Tv Ancient Brits

    Post  Sunbright57 on Fri Mar 18, 2011 7:28 am

    I think you mean Neil Oliver, the BBC's answer to Time Teams Tony Robinson. Nice bloke.
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