cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

TV last night

rongtw
Seasoned Hero
Posts: 6,309
Thanks: 1,150
Fixes: 11
Registered: 01-12-2010

TV last night

Just watched a very sad and moving  Tv from last night Sad  Cry Cry

https://www.itv.com/hub/manchester-100-days-after-the-attack/2a5290a0001

Asus ROG Hero Vii Z97 , Intel i5 4690k ,ROG Asus Strix 1070,
samsung 850evo 250gig , WD black 2 TB . Asus Phoebus sound ,
16 gig Avexir ram 2400 , water cooling Corsair H100i gtx ,
Corsair 750HXI Psu , Phanteks Enthoo pro case .
10 REPLIES
Community Veteran
Posts: 16,819
Thanks: 1,112
Fixes: 13
Registered: 06-11-2007

Re: TV last night

I`m depressed enough without watching stuff like that....

 

I use Emmerdale as a "pick me up".... cos I can`t imagine a worse place to live,... full of crims and druggies, back stabbing, and liers, all trying to "get one up" on the neighbours...

 

Makes our little terraced street seem like heaven...

Community Veteran
Posts: 7,906
Thanks: 588
Fixes: 8
Registered: 02-08-2007

Re: TV last night

And I've been recording Red Rock 1.45pm on BBC 1. Mon to Fri

Much better than a lot of the rubbish put on in the evening

Community Veteran
Posts: 4,740
Thanks: 1,037
Fixes: 27
Registered: 16-10-2014

Re: TV last night

The last time I watched a soap (well I think it was a soap, or kitchen sink drama) was a while back and if memory serves me right it was called 'The Sullivans'.

Community Veteran
Posts: 2,909
Thanks: 168
Fixes: 3
Registered: 05-04-2007

Re: TV last night

Oh dear, got to go over to my parents shortly.

Mum loves "Come dine with me", so I could end up watching that.

Though if it were my house, it could be more like "Come watch me microwave something for a few minutes with me" Tongue

DaveyH
Pro
Posts: 1,289
Thanks: 176
Fixes: 7
Registered: 15-11-2012

Re: TV last night

It staggers me the number of people that still watch at a time broadcasters dictate when we've had the ability to 'time shift' for 40 odd years...
Moderator
Moderator
Posts: 16,511
Thanks: 1,773
Fixes: 121
Registered: 06-04-2007

Re: TV last night

Perhaps it suits some peopleWink

Forum Moderator and Customer
Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear - Mark Twain
He who feared he would not succeed sat still

Community Veteran
Posts: 4,740
Thanks: 1,037
Fixes: 27
Registered: 16-10-2014

Re: TV last night

@DaveyH - The Whovians would argue that one, Dr. Who it's over 50 years old! Grin

Jonpe
Seasoned Pro
Posts: 1,259
Thanks: 335
Fixes: 2
Registered: 05-09-2016

Re: TV last night


Alex wrote:

Mum loves "Come dine with me", so I could end up watching that.

 

I occasionally catch a bit of Come dine with me, and the best part is the voice-over.


 

Community Veteran
Posts: 13,919
Thanks: 514
Fixes: 7
Registered: 01-08-2007

Re: TV last night


DaveyH wrote:
It staggers me the number of people that still watch at a time broadcasters dictate when we've had the ability to 'time shift' for 40 odd years...

Even though the broadcast is one way if i watch TV as its being broadcast i feel like i've got a connection with the rest of the nations members that are also watching it. In essence it removes the feeling of loneliness that i've suffered from my youngest years.

I need a new signature... i'm bored of the old one!
Community Veteran
Posts: 7,906
Thanks: 588
Fixes: 8
Registered: 02-08-2007

Re: TV last night

One program on BBC 2 last night, 9pm Mountain:At the extreme was excellent, not recommended viewing if you do not have a head for heights.