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Battle Mountain - Graeme Obree's Story on BBC iPlayer until 8th March

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Currently available on the BBC iPlayer - inspirational story about one of the greatest cyclists. Blurb from BBC website: Battle Mountain follows Scottish cycling legend, double world hour recor…
Currently available on the BBC iPlayer - inspirational story about one of the greatest cyclists. Blurb from BBC website: Battle Mountain follows Scottish cycling legend, double world hour recor…
jetsetwilly Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago2 Comments
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BagABargain78
Shouldn't this be in misc?
Now then, Now then, Now then... I can't bring myself to watch the BBC after all that pedo scandal and the obvious TV licence scam that they run on the country. X)
Shouldn't this be in misc?
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The Last Kingdom season 1 FREE @ BBC iPlayer

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The Last Kingdom season 1 is now free on BBC iPlayer. Enjoy :)
The Last Kingdom season 1 is now free on BBC iPlayer. Enjoy :)
England93 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago16 Comments
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Badbear
Can only see episodes 5-8...
same here. Just became aware of this through adverts for season 2 so thought I would try to catch up on the first series, but its missing the first half of the season :(
When the freebie was created, they would have all been there. It took a while to become hot, there's only 4 episodes left (2 only tomorrow). I am rewatching and would have missed the end without this thread :) I started watching a couple of episodes in, and found it good. Series 2 is coming in Spring, perhaps there will be another set of repeats?


Edited By: EQL on Feb 11, 2017 23:45: Mentioning Series 2
Amazing Series ,very similiar to Vikings on Amazon , great acting ,superb battle scenes!
Badbear
Can only see episodes 5-8...
same here. Just became aware of this through adverts for season 2 so thought I would try to catch up on the first series, but its missing the first half of the season :(
Can only see episodes 5-8...
This was a good show in my highly regarded opinion
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Flight Of The Navigator (and loads of kids movies) on iPlayer

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Quite a few decent kids movies available on iPlayer this week (Madagascar 1 and 2 Nativity 1 & 2, FOTN, Rise Of The Guardians, Kung Fu Panda 2).
Quite a few decent kids movies available on iPlayer this week (Madagascar 1 and 2 Nativity 1 & 2, FOTN, Rise Of The Guardians, Kung Fu Panda 2).
horsepills Avatar2m, 2d agoFound 2 months, 2 days ago12 Comments
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Nothing is free from the BBC :) Merry XMAS!
it's hot people - iPlayer and chill
horsepills
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EddyH
Not a freebie, costs £145.50.
There's always one isn't there? Yawn...
1) It is generally accepted that most people will already have a licence
2) There are some exceptions to the requirement of a licence - so to some people these are genuinely, legally free to watch
3) You may choose not to buy a licence, and risk a fine - these movies would then be "free to watch". I don't condone this.
So technically yes, some people are required to buy a licence but to the vast majority this is considered a freebie. If I were to post this in deals, I'd get a load of people saying it should be in freebies - there is no perfect way of posting iPlayer info.
That's because it's neither a freebie or a deal it's information about what's on TV. It's a TV listing similar to what you could get from the TV or Radio times. To be honest it's not even a stand out film!
Wow.....do you know what? I don't know why I bother posting deals - every time I do you can guarantee someone will have something negative to say.
I was trying to point out to people with kids that there are a few decent movies available on iPlayer and I get nonsense like "this isn't free" or "you can get this info from the radio times"...sheesh.
Last deal I'll ever post - it just isn't worth the hassle.


Its true though, if anywhere this should be in misc.
no Disney though. I guess the license fee doesn't cover that.

Thanks OP
Thanks Op..
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Madagascar: the movie *iPlayer*

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Madagascar the movie free to watch on iPlayer. Only available for the week but great if you have kids, Merry Christmas
Madagascar the movie free to watch on iPlayer. Only available for the week but great if you have kids, Merry Christmas
Moneyboi Avatar2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago2 Comments
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it is if you use get_iplayer :{
This isn't free - *start the flame war....*
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6 Music Rolling Stones Listening Party - Blue & Lonesome - Free stream @ 6Music

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6Music radio link. Worth a listen for Rolling Stones fans as the second hour of the show includes the new Rolling Stones album Blue & Lonesome streamed in full. Its interspersed with talking bits b…
6Music radio link. Worth a listen for Rolling Stones fans as the second hour of the show includes the new Rolling Stones album Blue & Lonesome streamed in full. Its interspersed with talking bits b…
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Screening of Still Open All Hours @ Pinewood Studios Berkshire Friday 18 November 6.30pm Quizes and prizes to be won as well 2 per application FCFS basis like SFF

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Watch Screening of Still Open All Hours @ Pinewood Studios Berkshire Friday 18 November 6.30pm A special screening of two episodes of Britain’s most popular sitcom, Still Open All Hours. Be the
Watch Screening of Still Open All Hours @ Pinewood Studios Berkshire Friday 18 November 6.30pm A special screening of two episodes of Britain’s most popular sitcom, Still Open All Hours. Be the
dalipsinghno1 Avatar3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 days ago3 Comments
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Britain's most popular sitcom? hmmm.
Says fully booked
I just want David there other wise I will protest!!!
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Watch the Selfless Sikh: Faith on the Frontline on BBC iPlayer A hero in every sense!!

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Last night(Sun 13/11) BBC showed a documentary on a selfless man Ravinder Singh who single handedly started a humanitarian Aid program. He is shown here visiting a war torn area in Iraq where no one
Last night(Sun 13/11) BBC showed a documentary on a selfless man Ravinder Singh who single handedly started a humanitarian Aid program. He is shown here visiting a war torn area in Iraq where no one
dalipsinghno1 Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago33 Comments
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​not sure what your issue is ? The TV documentary was about a man & his organisation being inspired to serve selflessly by the principles his religion has taught him . Surely that's positive no matter who/what there religion is. Sounds like your not happy with the Sikh Religion , & I can't understand why ?
All I can suggest is maybe you should start a humanitarian charity , & hope that a TV channel wants to explore the principles that inspired u . If not stop, creating negativity & lets celebrate those who are trying to make the world a slightly better place!
ChrisOm thanks for such a great comment

I presume it was meant for Burmingum....

Your suggestion about starting an humanitarian work only works for those individual who are humble and do it selflessly and not get for recognition.

Rav has been now doing it for 17yrs and hardly asked for any thing back. He has been and still leaves his own wife and young kid/s to help others leaving his child/ren wonder where is dad. He could have just shut him self out the destructive world and stayed home and worked to provide for his family. And I would say it is not he choose it but destiny choose him seeing what he had in him.

Some one like me just looks at him and say good for nothing and has wasted half of his life, not seen his kids grow up, and that's why I haven't got up and did it myself.

His team are not good for nothing like me but professionals like Lawyers, IT Engineers Doctors who also are following the trailblazer Ravi. One day he could come home in a coffin and he knows it, I cant brave it, but that is his buzz.

I hate any sort of intolerance and wrong impressions given by some individuals be it who ever.

There is a post on Mahabhart given here and the OP commented about nudity and I was compelled to leave a comment about who this about, the Great Lord Krishna.

ChrisOm once more thanks and Please keep up the good work of spreading the good word that
'Recognise All Human Beings As One!'
​not sure what your issue is ? The TV documentary was about a man & his organisation being inspired to serve selflessly by the principles his religion has taught him . Surely that's positive no matter who/what there religion is. Sounds like your not happy with the Sikh Religion , & I can't understand why ?
All I can suggest is maybe you should start a humanitarian charity , & hope that a TV channel wants to explore the principles that inspired u . If not stop, creating negativity & lets celebrate those who are trying to make the world a slightly better place!
Thanks OP, great watch.
great watch - Thank you.
Burmingum....

With due respect this post is nothing to do with independence of any sort so why did you bring this into it...

I would kindly request you to please delete your comments and save them for laters as it invites hatred and all we should do is join hands look forward and eliminate this hatred.

Otherwise I would kindly request one of the MODS to delete Burmingum it please.
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"The Hitchhiker's Guide To the Galaxy" BBC Radio Player

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"DON'T PANIC" this is the ORIGINAL BBC Radio Series from 1978-80. Available now on the bbc Radio Player. May be an unabridged version but I'm unsure about this. If this is posted in the wrong place
"DON'T PANIC" this is the ORIGINAL BBC Radio Series from 1978-80. Available now on the bbc Radio Player. May be an unabridged version but I'm unsure about this. If this is posted in the wrong place
telephone100 Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago23 Comments
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Yes, that's it. Bought it 6 years ago (£34.40 apparently). About double that now on Amazon.

I've also seen it in The Works, although not recently.
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PhilK
The last series written by some Irish writer were appalling too. Forgettable
If they were going to write another series having it done by Red Dwarf writers Grant and Naylor may have worked better
The last book was written by Colfer - the 4th and 5th phases are based on the Douglas Adams material.
The 4th and 5th were dismal. Colfer's was DREADFUL

Edited By: PhilK on Aug 07, 2016 16:31: .
mudpuppy123
Good find, though this is only the first series. Anyone seen the complete series for sale on CD?

If you got a library card ,your local library will probably be a member of overdrive where you can download the mp3 versions for free. My library also has on cd if you wish to check yours . I orgionally had this on cassette but wore it out.

http://wandsworthlibraries.lib.overdrive.com/65CC57E9-CC9A-4767-9369-504C34B17959/10/50/en/SearchResults.htm?SearchID=29018478s&SortBy=CollDate

Its also on I think its on radio 4 extra (freeview) at 6.30pm today (episode2) so if you have sky or other tv recording device you could record on a series link?



Edited By: bigjeremy on Aug 07, 2016 15:19
PhilK
The last series written by some Irish writer were appalling too. Forgettable
If they were going to write another series having it done by Red Dwarf writers Grant and Naylor may have worked better

The last book was written by Colfer - the 4th and 5th phases are based on the Douglas Adams material.
I used to have the original series on vinyl..... nothing better than waiting for the theme tune to burst onto the speaker after a 'slightly scratchy' silence when you put the needle down....
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Manchester United Vs Everton Rooney Testimonial - Free on Facebook

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Obviously not for everyone (i'll expect some cold!) but tonight will be the first time 2 Prem Teams will be shown live on Facebook. Nice to see some live football for free without the likes of Sky or
Obviously not for everyone (i'll expect some cold!) but tonight will be the first time 2 Prem Teams will be shown live on Facebook. Nice to see some live football for free without the likes of Sky or
marc81 Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago18 Comments
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BMR
Sorry, good freebie but its Leicester V Barca tonight!


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marc81
AW0079
I'll watch it on BT Sport.
That's great for you, the point is that not everyone has BT Sport.
It's on BT Showcase which is free for everyone with free view tv.
Thanks watching now
marc81
AW0079
I'll watch it on BT Sport.
That's great for you, the point is that not everyone has BT Sport.
It's on BT Showcase which is free for everyone with free view tv.
Livefootballontv.com bt don't advertise showcase


Edited By: ryanjt on Aug 03, 2016 15:55
Remember folks, there's also women's olympic football matches going on this evening!
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Robot Wars is back! Meet the House Robots :D

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Episode 1
Behemoth
Bonk
Carbide
Kill-E-Crank-E
Nuts
Razer
Terrorhurtz
The General

Episode 2
Chimera
Disconstructor
Draven
Foxic
M.R Speed Squared
Shockwave
Thor
Tough as Nails

Episode 3
Big Nipper
Dantomkia
Glitterbomb
King B Remix
Orte
Overdozer
Supernova
TR2

Episode 4
Apollo
Eruption
Kan-Opener
PP3D
Sabretooth
Storm 2
Sweeney Todd
Terror Turtle

Episode 5
Beast
Chompalot
Crazy Coupe 88
Gabriel
Infernal Contraption
Ironside 3
Pulsar
Thermidor 2

Episode 6
Grand final

The House Robots:
Sir Killalot, Matilda, Shunt and Dead Metal are confirmed back with major improvements. Killalot is apparently A LOT bigger. They've toned down Matilda's Flywheel a little so it doesn't instakill anything it touches. Apparently Dead Metal looks really impressive and has a larger saw blade.
Mr. Psycho, Sgt. Bash, Growler, Cassius Chrome and the refbot are confirmed out. Major Damage (the sole house robot in the untelevised series since the show got cancelled) isn't confirmed either way but I'm assuming it's out as it is officially retired and apparently up for sale.

The Competitors:


Beast - Chronic under a new name with improvements. Gas powered flipper.
Behemoth - Long time veterans. Powerful robot with a bucket scoop and axe. I don't what improvements will be made.
Big Nipper - Veterans of 2 previous wars. Jaws which crush and can also lift. No news of any improvements.
Bonk - Participated in the last televised series with a flipper, Mute. They're back with an axe bot. Interchangeable weaponry, apparently.
Carbide - I know nothing about this apart from it's apparently pretty destructive.
Chompalot - More veterans returning. Chompalot has a vertical crushing jaw and looks like a dragon. I've not heard of any improvements.
Crazy Coup 88 - Never heard of this robot. Nor can I find any info.
Dantomkia - 2x series semi finalists. Gas powered flipper. No news on updates.
DisConstructor - Competed in season 7. High powered sloped spinning disc.
Draven - It's only appearance was in robot wars extreme. It had a vertical crushing beak which could also lift. From what I've heard though, this is a brand new robot and bares little resemblance to its original incarnation.
Eruption - Gas powered flipper that has performed well on the untelevised circuit for the last 3 years.
Foxic - Experienced team but mainly competed in antweight and featherweight. This by all accounts is an axe bot. I know nothing more.
Gabriel - This robot has made a name for itself on the untelevised circuit. It has 2 massive wheels with are very lightweight with a massice hammer that constantly slams in both directions like a pendulum when the robot moves. Watch out for this one- it's fun. However since spinners were banned on the untelevised circuit as the arenas weren't safe enough to accomodate them, it's yet to be seen how it'll hold up.
Infernal Contraption - Veterans of 2 series. Drum bot with 2 wheels and a vertical disc. I've been informed this robot has been heavily updated since its last appearance.
Ironside III - I've only seen a picture of the shell while it was being built. It looks like a full body spinner but I can't confirm that.
Kan Opener J-Spec 2x Anihilator champions returning with the latest version of their crab bot. Horizontal jaws are the norm but they've apparently taken to the interchangeable weaponry on the untelevised circuit.
Killie-Krankie - Can't find any info on this bot apart from they're new to Robot Wars.
King B Remix - Long time veterans returning with much of the same, from the looks of it. They say they've made major upgrades but the bot looks the same as King B Powerworks. Powerful pushing bot with a low centre of gravity. Also interchangeable weaponry including forklift and vertical spinning disc.
M R Speed Squared - All I know is this is a spinning bot.
Nuts - No info on this one.
PP3D - All I know is when it was first built it was a spinner. No info on robot or team.
Pulsar - Can't find any info on this bot.
Razer - Former World and UK champions. They're entering an updated version of Razer as Warhead is under an exclusive battlebots contract (Razer is better anyway). There have been internal updates but will apparently look the same and work in the same way. Devastating vertical crushing beak.
Sabretooth - Veterans of series 5 & 6. Was a drum bot with a vertical spinning disc. I have no idea how much it will resemble the original, if at all.
Shockwave - Only made 1 appearance in extreme and looked terrible. I'm assuming this is a new build.
Storm II - Controversial runners up of the last televised series. Powerful ram bot with pneumatic lifting arm.
Sweeny Todd- Not been able to find any info on this.
Terrorhurtz - Long time veterans who've been very active on the untelevised circuit. Devestating double edged axe bot. Entered with Terrorhurtz because their newest robot, Beta is under an exclusive contract with battlebots.
Terror Turtle -Veterans of series 7 returning. Turtle shell bot with horizontal spinning bar. No word on any upgrades.
The General -There was a robot of this name in the series 3 robot wars football tournament, but I doubt it's the same robot. No idea what to expect.
Thermidor II - Flipper that looks like a lobster (claws were purely decorative). Good to see them back, former grand finalists.
Thor - Veteran axe bot that has continued to improve since the show was cancelled.
Tough As Nails - Grab bot. Horizontal claws that clasp. Great pushing power once they're sunk in. Favours the pit in finishing fights.
TR2 - Heavily armoured gas powered flipper. Has won events on the untelevised circuit, including the fighting robots championship last year.
Three robots who have been linked are Iron Awe 7, Atomic and Barberous 3 but they've not been confirmed on the show so I'll not jump the gun on those.




Edited By: LOGiCALX on Jul 17, 2016 22:36: Spelling
Sweet Cant wait - watching Battlebots atm
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malnuman
cant wait for this, been watching a few reruns on tv recently, Chaos2 and Razor were the stand out robots last time round... Any idea when the new series starts?
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​cool thanks for that, really looking forward to this, hope it's as good as before
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cant wait for this, been watching a few reruns on tv recently, Chaos2 and Razor were the stand out robots last time round... Any idea when the new series starts?
https://pbs.twimg.com/tweet_video_thumb/CnP_aQEWcAARW2c.jpg
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Flight of the Navigator on BBC iPlayer :)

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Great classic film :3 83 minutes 1986 HD :D Available for 6 more days "HA HA!" X)
Great classic film :3 83 minutes 1986 HD :D Available for 6 more days "HA HA!" X)
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Did i miss it? :(
Yep. I take it you're responsible for all the recent hot votes for this (which ended 2 weeks ago) X)
katey1150
i loved this movie as a kid
I love it now. But Explorers gives me the pip.
David finds out that iplayer needs a TV licence.
http://www.themoviescene.co.uk/reviews/_img/950-2.jpg
i loved this movie as a kid
Thanks for sharing, great film :)

Haha that line " compliance"
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Euro 2016 Wall Chart free with Daily Star 30p or Times £1.50 or Guardian £2.90

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I've linked to all the newspaper front pages so scroll down to the one you want, get your blu tac out!!
I've linked to all the newspaper front pages so scroll down to the one you want, get your blu tac out!!
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£2.90 for the guardian, i stopped buying it when it went to £1, the latest price is an absolute rip off.

think i will get a daily star

Thanks OP, heat!
What day is this available, only buy "i" and get it delivered so I don't go newsagents at all.
Any deals on blu-tac?!?
30p is the deal for me!!! Buy paper take out wall chart leave the Daily Star on the pavement for someone else to enjoy! Thanx for post heat from me
£2.90? For a paper?
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Craig Charles - Trunk of Funk: A Tribute to Prince

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As part of the celebration of Price's work following his passing, Craig Charles played the whole of Purple Rain as the Trunk of Funk section of Saturday's show. Enjoy
As part of the celebration of Price's work following his passing, Craig Charles played the whole of Purple Rain as the Trunk of Funk section of Saturday's show. Enjoy
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"Not currently available"?
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I Am Legend (audio stream) free @ BBC iPlayer

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The Richard Matheson zombie-horror novel read by Angus MacInnes. Earth's last living man takes on hordes of plague-infected vampires. See post 1 for clicky links. Entire series available until 1…
The Richard Matheson zombie-horror novel read by Angus MacInnes. Earth's last living man takes on hordes of plague-infected vampires. See post 1 for clicky links. Entire series available until 1…
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My favorite audio book of all time, must have listened to this half a dozen times over the last 5 years. Shame its a little short but if you like this genre I would recommend a listen if you haven't heard it all ready.
great book. Hollywood spoiled the film.
I've heard this. It's good and has quite a different slant from the film.
Brilliant but short. I remember printing this book off at work before the movie came out so I could read it, then I done another for a friend, what a waste of paper!
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Save £100 or more fore free tickets in attractions VALID ONLY FOR UNDER 15s

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How to get a Blue Peter badge Visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/joinin/about-blue-peter-badges Find out about the different types of Blue Peter badges and how to apply for one. A Blue Peter ba…
How to get a Blue Peter badge Visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/joinin/about-blue-peter-badges Find out about the different types of Blue Peter badges and how to apply for one. A Blue Peter ba…
arman200345 Avatar11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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Ive got a Jimm'll Fix It medallion. Do I get any offers with that ?

Free counselling ?
Ive got a Jimm'll Fix It medallion. Do I get any offers with that ?
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showstopper
4COSI
I did loads of trips to Thorpe Park, Legoland, Chessingto, Madam Tussauds, Aquarium etc. 1 Annual Merlin card purchased with Tesco vouchers for me, plus 2 blue peter badges for the kids. We had a blast for several years.
How did u use 1 merlin pass with 2 blue peter badges?
I thought only 1 badge can be used in conjunction with one other ticket
No if you check blue peter/BBC site it will tell you which applies...some are one adult per two children...as I said earlier over the years they have changed the terms and some years back there were no restrictions as to how many adults per child/ children. If you want one for the summertime, apply early or Asaph as they take ages to arrive.

Most Merlins were great. London Aquarium thought for a while. Tussards no probe. Not Merlin ..... Ripples believe or not .... No chance of getting 2 in.
My children are now 18 and 16 on 1st April
showstopper
4COSI
I did loads of trips to Thorpe Park, Legoland, Chessingto, Madam Tussauds, Aquarium etc. 1 Annual Merlin card purchased with Tesco vouchers for me, plus 2 blue peter badges for the kids. We had a blast for several years.
How did u use 1 merlin pass with 2 blue peter badges?
I thought only 1 badge can be used in conjunction with one other ticket
No if you check blue peter/BBC site it will tell you which applies...some are one adult per two children...as I said earlier over the years they have changed the terms and some years back there were no restrictions as to how many adults per child/ children. If you want one for the summertime, apply early or Asaph as they take ages to arrive.
4COSI
I did loads of trips to Thorpe Park, Legoland, Chessingto, Madam Tussauds, Aquarium etc. 1 Annual Merlin card purchased with Tesco vouchers for me, plus 2 blue peter badges for the kids. We had a blast for several years.
How did u use 1 merlin pass with 2 blue peter badges?
I thought only 1 badge can be used in conjunction with one other ticket
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Memento - currently free on iPlayer

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Cracking thriller - the movie that got Christopher Nolan noticed. Great performance by Guy Pearce too.
Cracking thriller - the movie that got Christopher Nolan noticed. Great performance by Guy Pearce too.
horsepills Avatar1y, 10h agoFound 1 year, 10 hours ago25 Comments
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sadly no longer available
loofer
For any Bollywood fans, there was a Bollywood version (surprise surprise) that did very well in Box Office
Ghajni released 2008.

Not to be confused with lesser known South Indian/Tamil version released in 2005

http://ia.media-imdb.com/images/M/MV5BMTQ4NDg1OTkwMF5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMzIyMjMyMg@@._V1_SX559_CR0,0,559,372_AL_.jpg

No, just... No
remember sammy jankis

Edited By: Messiah on Feb 28, 2016 02:02
For any Bollywood fans, there was a Bollywood version (surprise surprise) that did very well in Box Office
Ghajni released 2008.

Not to be confused with lesser known South Indian/Tamil version released in 2005
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An Introduction to Screenwriting - free online course

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Hopefully useful for some. I just signed up to this today, a free online course through the University Of East Anglia starting this Sunday. Here's the blurb from the BBC writers room: Screenplays f…
Hopefully useful for some. I just signed up to this today, a free online course through the University Of East Anglia starting this Sunday. Here's the blurb from the BBC writers room: Screenplays f…
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Ooh sorry forgot to say - the numbers signed up that Michael mentioned - they sound daunting, but what actually happens is you get hundreds of people doing the first few segments, and then when they realise they actually have to work a bit and provide input and show some background knowledge, tons of them just melt away... By the end of week 1, there were only a couple of hundred who were consistently contributing. Which was nice!
I've heard that UEA are so strong on these subjects, I'm impressed that you have already built up really practical experience. I have to say I envy you (even the boring Theory - which will pay off in the long run because you will be so familiar with the ground rules of your profession)! Just by doing your course, you are meeting and networking with people (like the leaders of this online course) who will be useful to you when you're out furthering your career. I wish you the very best of luck - sounds like you are really making the most of it! :-)
If I had the ability to drop everything in my life and study full time (and could afford the fees!) I would defo pick UEA.
mandy miller
Stripedew
This course if by one of my tutors and I was actually one of the crew filming the little clips you see. Fun fact, the shoot took about 6 hours of them just talking and talking. We had to cut down on a lot of the footage coz they would go off into too much detail that wasn't required for an entry level course. It was all unscripted too.
Michael, who runs the course, knows so much about scriptwriting it's ridiculous. He's worked for Disney and Showtime in the US before.
Really good to hear that the paying students get opportunities to do this! I'd be interested to know how you're finding the course?

I do Media Studies specifically, so all things media. It's alright - there's a lot of (what I feel is) pointless theories (things that are common knowledge dressed up in fancy academic terms) you're made to study, but the practical modules and some of the theory based modules are pretty good and you actually get to film, write and create as part of the assessment.

As for the shoot itself, it was part of the university's production company - they do video production for clients from around Norwich and employ students to do all of it - filming, sound mixing, editing. They give everyone a shot at it, if they wish to.

I spoke to Michael today, as he does one of my modules, and he's really happy about the interest in this course - something like 30,000-50,000 people have signed up for it.

Edited By: Stripedew on Mar 02, 2016 20:13
Stripedew
This course if by one of my tutors and I was actually one of the crew filming the little clips you see. Fun fact, the shoot took about 6 hours of them just talking and talking. We had to cut down on a lot of the footage coz they would go off into too much detail that wasn't required for an entry level course. It was all unscripted too.
Michael, who runs the course, knows so much about scriptwriting it's ridiculous. He's worked for Disney and Showtime in the US before.
Really good to hear that the paying students get opportunities to do this! I'd be interested to know how you're finding the course?
This course if by one of my tutors and I was actually one of the crew filming the little clips you see. Fun fact, the shoot took about 6 hours of them just talking and talking. We had to cut down on a lot of the footage coz they would go off into too much detail that wasn't required for an entry level course. It was all unscripted too.

Michael, who runs the course, knows so much about scriptwriting it's ridiculous. He's worked for Disney and Showtime in the US before.
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Daft Punk Unchained on BBC iPlayer

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See people post hidden gems on iPlayer, thought people might have missed this and it's standard Dvd price if you wanted to buy this. Maybe for bigger fans of daft punk and it's a bit RAM heavy but
See people post hidden gems on iPlayer, thought people might have missed this and it's standard Dvd price if you wanted to buy this. Maybe for bigger fans of daft punk and it's a bit RAM heavy but
hmn1990 Avatar1y, 3d agoFound 1 year, 3 days ago7 Comments
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Does a bounty hunter masquerading as a dentist release Daft Punk from a life of slavery so that they can locate their wives?
Good doc on bbc4 the other night.
Kraftwerk was also on there, not sure if that's a repeat of an old programme?
Thanks for posting. That was a great documentary, I'm a Daft Punk fan from way back and still there were quite a few things I hadn't heard before.
Excellent find OP! been waiting for this
Burnin!

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Free entry to 200 attractions including Merlin group with a Blue Peter badge (With paying Adult)

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Kids can gain free entry when accompanied by a paying adult to many attractions with a blue peter badge and card. List of attractions can be found here http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/attractions T…
Kids can gain free entry when accompanied by a paying adult to many attractions with a blue peter badge and card. List of attractions can be found here http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/attractions T…
myusernamehasgone234 Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago14 Comments
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Heat added tho kid have to be 6
Why's this gone cold? Adding some heat myself.
Some attractions let two children in with one paying adult like Eureka, Lego discovery, Whiby Abbey.

If a paying adult is accompanied by two children with badges and valid badge cards, free entry will be given for both children.
good deal. both my children have their badges and do come in handy getting into attractions for free.
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any discount if you have a jim ill fixit badge ?
Just offensive. Not funny

looks like other ppl disagree with you
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Harry Hill in Professor Branestawm Returns

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Comedy adventure. Professor Branestawm has a rival. He's not the only inventor in town. Can he beat the rascally Professor Algebrain in an inventing competition? Wouldn't normally list a film on iP…
Comedy adventure. Professor Branestawm has a rival. He's not the only inventor in town. Can he beat the rascally Professor Algebrain in an inventing competition? Wouldn't normally list a film on iP…
luvsadealdealdeal Avatar1y, 4w agoFound 1 year, 4 weeks ago2 Comments
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Very poor compared to the first one, unfortunately.
Not watched this yet, Thanks for bringing it to my attention Luvsadeal :)