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Old Nov 18th 2012, 7:10 pm
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Wish I could get EastEnders over here. Is Dot Cotton dead yet?
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Old Nov 19th 2012, 3:18 pm
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Secret State -
Gabriel Byrne, Douglas Hodge, Gina McKee, Charles Dance, Rupert Graves and Ruth Negga star in the four-part political drama written by Robert Jones and directed by Ed Fraiman, which is inspired by Chris Mullin's novel A Very British Coup.
It's a 4 parter, couple episodes in. Not seen it yet, but it sounds pretty intriguing.

Secret of Crickley Hall

Drama. When Eve Caleigh and her family arrive at Crickley Hall, they hope to escape the past. But the past has other ideas, and the trapped ghosts that haunt the hall seem to be sending her a message that not only her son is alive, but that they know where he is.
(Editor's Choice, Stereo, Widescreen, Subtitles, , 2012, 4 Star)

Director: Joe Ahearne
Starring: Suranne Jones, Tom Ellis, Douglas Henshall, David Warner, Sarah Smart, Iain de Caestecker
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Secret State -

It's a 4 parter, couple episodes in. Not seen it yet, but it sounds pretty intriguing.

Secret of Crickley Hall
Saw the first last night. Interesting, if a little far fetched. Makes a change from all the crime dramas.:eek
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Saw the first last night. Interesting, if a little far fetched. Makes a change from all the crime dramas.:eek
Aye, there are a lot of cop type shows on at the mo....
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Saw first episode of "Last Tango in Halifax" last night. Entertaining and easy watching.
Can anyone recommend a web site for downloading torrents. I was a devotee of UK Nova until they pulled that one. Now using Superseeds but can't say it is that reliable. Can't use the Box until I get a new IP address. I got blocked from that one when I was new to the system. Just downloaded too much and lost my ratio within days.
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TheBox is probably the best. I'm sure if you try emailing the powers there, they may give you another chance.

The only other suggestion is the Bay of Pirates, but it's hit and miss for specific programmes.
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Hunted -- just finished watching the first series. Now we wait for the second so that they can tie up all the loose ends. Quite enjoyed it though
Contrary to the announcement that there would be no second series, apparently there will be one same time next year!

http://www.spoilertv.com/2012/11/hun...nation-of.html

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Anyone seen any of The Killing season 3 yet?

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Peep Show (season 8)

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Anyone seen any of The Killing season 3 yet?
Doc n Marty and maybe Bill n Ted but thats about it.
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Doc n Marty and maybe Bill n Ted but thats about it.
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BBC started season 3 on Nov 17, last episode 15 Dec.
four episodes broadcast in UK so far.
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BBC started season 3 on Nov 17, last episode 15 Dec.
four episodes broadcast in UK so far.
No....hadn't realised it had started, but it had gotten all very meh for a while, but ended reasonably, but not enough to bother continuing with it.
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Secret of Crickley Hall
This is really very creepy...not all that scary, but it is very creepy. Good stuff though, but only saw the first episode with the second lined up and looking even more creepy with the scenes for it.
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Some Girls.

Described as a girls version of Inbetweeners and after finally seeing the first episode, I kind of agree with that.

It looked like it might be a bit annoying after the first couple of minutes, but ended up kind of enjoying it. Really daft show, but quite funny.

Worth a punt, a few episodes in now, so we'll see.
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Call The Midwife special is to be shown Christmas Day...opposite Downton. Thank gawd for DVRs.
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