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Whats Being Beamed At You This Week... 11 July - 17 July 2010...

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Post by Sparhawk on 13th July 2010, 1:10 am

This is where anybody can put on TV & Radio programmes that they think other people may find interesting...

Just put day, time, channel, if you want you could put a brief bit about what the programme is about & whether it is a series or a one off, Mrs C has also suggested putting a link if possible if it's something that's then available online (e.g. through iPlayer or 4OD).

Can we try to keep it forum related stuff, which I know covers a multitude of sins...

There doesn’t seem to be much crafty stuff about at the moment…

Wireless programmes can be included too...


Still no sprots!!!
Although footboard & wombledon have finished, we now have backwards flog to contend with at the end of the week...

Any comments on the new programmes…

Have I missed any programmes?


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    leads a ragtag, fugitive fleet, on a lonely quest—for a shining planet known as Earth."
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Post by Sparhawk on 13th July 2010, 1:12 am

Thank you for any additions you might have given last week I have tried to include them this week...

Please check times in your listings, these times are only a guide, for many reasons the programmes are subject to availability...

On the t.v.

Sunday:

7:15pm BBC1, Countryfile, Series: Not on due to sprot…
6:00pm BBC2, Wild Wales, Series 1 of 3: The Wildlife of Wales…
7:00pm Ch4, River Cottage, series 5 of 5: Not on ???

Monday:
2:15am BBC1, Grow Your Own Drugs: series 5 of 6
2:45am BBC1, Countryfile, Summer Special.
4:30pm BBC2, Ben Fogle’s Escape In Time: Series
7:00pm BBC2, Wild Wales, Series 1 of 3: The Wildlife of Wales…
8:00 pm ITV1, Countrywise: series 12 of 24

Tuesday:
4:30pm BBC2, Ben Fogle’s Escape In Time: Series
8:00pm Ch5, Build a new life: Was it worth it: series 3 of 4 I’m hoping it says what it does…

Wednesday:
1:10am BBC1, The Edible Garden, series 1 of 6: Another chance to see Alys Fowler’s series.
4:30pm BBC2, Ben Fogle’s Escape In Time: Series
8:00pm BBC2, Money Watch: New series 2 of 3: Advice on how to adjust household budgets, this week there is a feature on “become a professional forager”…

Thursday:
8:00pm BBC2, The Private Life Of Chickens: series 2 of 3: This is the one I think most pople will have been waiting for, although its on on a different evening, enjoy…
Will it be sheep, pigs or goats next week?
9:00pm BBC2, Victorian Pharmacy: series 1 of 4: Ruth Goodman (her from Victorian Farm) recreates an authentic 19th century pharmacy… (Thank Pol for this one)…

Friday:
8:30pm BBC2, Gardeners World: series: 15 of 27: Not on this week…


Saturday:
2:30am ITV1, Film: Calamity Jane… Surely one of the best musical films ever made!!!
Starring Doris Day, who actually went on to do a lot for animal welfare in her later life I believe...
(Sorry I just had to put it on!!!)

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On the wireless

Sunday:
02:00pm BBC Radio 4 (FM only) Gardeners' Question Time (& Friday 03:00 p.m.)

Please note some of the opinions may not be Sparhawks musings, this listing is compiled from previous posts, & tv mags...

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                 The Worst Journey In The World - Apsley Cherry-Garrard (1922)

                "Fleeing from the Cylon tyranny, the last Battlestar, Galactica,
    leads a ragtag, fugitive fleet, on a lonely quest—for a shining planet known as Earth."
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