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    Over 12mo. old now, but this recently popped up on my YouTube recommendations.
    Bike VS F1: David Coulthard & Guy Martin F1 Speed Special The FULL Documentary

    2 Funny Buggers with totally different personalities - I really enjoyed this:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thXcT6_MRzc&t=6s

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete376403 View Post
    Appletv ( only two seasons here by the looks of it) or your favourite torrent site. I'm hoping they do the lot
    ( thought that three seasons had been released but apparentl only two - third is in production.)
    Wtched the first three eps of season 3 tonight. Still really good, following the books closely
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    Been watching 'Tunnel' on TVNZ+. You have to suspend belief but it has its moments. A joint Brit/French police operation trying to catch a serial killer.
    There's no way I'll be finished all series of this before Reacher series 2 starts on Prime Video next week.

    When I've seen all those I'll have to renew my Apple sub to see the Sloan House series. For which thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    Been watching 'Tunnel' on TVNZ+. You have to suspend belief but it has its moments. A joint Brit/French police operation trying to catch a serial killer.
    It's based on the original Scandinavian "The Bridge" (Bron/Broen) which is considerably better than The Tunnel subtitles and all, and if you want some other Scandi Noir, the Killing (Forbrydelsen) and Midnight sun (Midnattssol) are well worth a watch

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    there was also an adaptation of the Bridge set on the US Mexico border which was pretty dire.

    My pitch to NZ on air for one set on the Cook Straight ferry where half of the body was from the North Island the the other from the South Island wasnt picked up. No idea why. I had Tem Morrison for the grumpy jaded North Island detective and Zoe Bell for the South Island one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryDorsetCase View Post
    there was also an adaptation of the Bridge set on the US Mexico border which was pretty dire.
    I haven't watched it, as an American adaption I just thought it'd be shit

    Just started on "The Bridge" season 4
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    This just pushed feeding time for the girlfriend back.

    Manopausal.

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    YouTube algorithm seems to be dishing up fear of nucluer war for some reason.
    Some of the older docos make for interesting watching in terms of how advanced weve since become and how jobs have changed.
    This one shows a very human labour intensive way of measuring predicted fallout, triangulating blast location then telephoning warnings to relevant stations and towns.
    Cant say Id fancy the job of going up the manhole to grab the data knowing another missile could be coming in

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    "Masters of the Air" from Apple (or your favourite torrent site) Only two episodes so far, following B-17 bomber crews operating out of England in 1943. Sort of "Band of Brothers" of the air but not quite up to BoB standards, yet.
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    [QUOTE=R650R;1131222353]YouTube algorithm seems to be dishing up fear of nucluer war for some reason.
    Some of the older docos make for interesting watching in terms of how advanced weve since become and how jobs have changed.
    This one shows a very human labour intensive way of measuring predicted fallout, triangulating blast location then telephoning warnings to relevant stations and towns.
    Cant say Id fancy the job of going up the manhole to grab the data knowing another missile could be coming in

    Watch "The War Game" for a really gritty look at Britain following a nuclear (note spelling) attack. Made in 1965 and banned by the BBC as too disturbing

    https://archive.org/details/TheWarGame_201405
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    Griselda on Netflix-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Knight View Post
    Griselda on Netflix-
    Excellent show. If I hadn't seen Sofia Vergara on the Graham Norton show I wouldn't have recognised her in the lead role. Way different to how we saw her in Modern Family.

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    Some intriguing insights and also gives pause that perhaps the quest for green energy was a tool to try and avoid Russian domination of energy supply as a lot of this would have been forecast by experts and even early on many in west recognises the dangers

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    I don't know why, or how long for, but Jason Statham's "The Beekeeper" is currently available free on YouTube.



    Update:
    The quality is a bit off. Often when a new scene starts mouths move with no sound but only for a second or so. Then the scene starts again with dialogue. You don't actually miss anything.
    In the final big action scene though a critical second or two is missing which spoils that a bit.

    Anyhoo the price is right and it saved me from waiting for Netflix.
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