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A boring question about your favourite British TV programme?

Old May 25th 2008, 1:55 pm
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Okay, thought I´d give some positive feedback to make up for my negatively provocative Eurovision comments recently. ()

What is your favourite British show on the idiot box?

I must say that there´s a few for me, but I think the new Dr Who and Keeping Up Appearances are my favourites.
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Old May 25th 2008, 1:58 pm
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Have I Got News For You...or pretty much anything with Paul Merton.
Top Gear.
Dom Joli's Complainers...what a laugh.
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The F Word
How to Look Good Naked
Come Dine With Me

and then I love the drama's that are on once in a while such as Spooks, and Messiah.
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Emmerdale, Holby City, Wife Swap, Super Nanny
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Gavin and Stacey was soooo funny.
Bodies was great.
Come Dine with me, LOVE it!
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The Apprentice, coronation street, Dr Who. That's about all! Pay sky a fortune for these three programmes.
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We were enjoying Doc Martin but it seems to have finished now, Saturday nights not the same now, nowt else on.
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Brothers and Sisters
Andrew Marr's History of Modern Britain
Holby city
ok dont laff Question time
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And loads more.
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Heroes ...
That be a yankee production, lass.

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What is your favourite British show on the idiot box?
The Apprentice, Seaside Rescue, Life on Mars/Ashes to Ashes, Doctor Who, The Office, Grumpy Old Men/Women, Afterlife, QI.

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Dr Who
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That be a yankee production, lass.



The Apprentice, Seaside Rescue, Life on Mars/Ashes to Ashes, Doctor Who, The Office, Grumpy Old Men/Women, Afterlife, QI.

Oh bugger so it is

Also brothers and sisters...guess i didnt read the op properly.
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We were enjoying Doc Martin but it seems to have finished now, Saturday nights not the same now, nowt else on.
I too was enjoying Doc Martin. Martin Clunes is a very versatile actor. I remember seeing him in The Bill (another favourite) some time ago, and then of course there was another series with a lady (can't remember the name) where he was quite light hearted.
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I too was enjoying Doc Martin. Martin Clunes is a very versatile actor. I remember seeing him in The Bill (another favourite) some time ago, and then of course there was another series with a lady (can't remember the name) where he was quite light hearted.
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I too was enjoying Doc Martin. Martin Clunes is a very versatile actor. I remember seeing him in The Bill (another favourite) some time ago, and then of course there was another series with a lady (can't remember the name) where he was quite light hearted.
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I like him too. I even like Doc Martin in a 'Lovejoy' sort of way. He's been in William and Mary, Jeeves and Wooster, Saving Grace, Men Behaving Badly amongst many others ...

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Red Dwarf - watched a double bill on FOX the other day and it still has me in stitches! also I could watch Only fools and horses over and over again along with Bottom and Men behaving badly.
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