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Carley Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago

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Surley THE WIZARD OF OZ:whistling:
national lampoons christmas

all time great film
Please re-read OP!

The WIZARD OF OZ in HD :w00t:
national lampoons christmas

all time great film

absolute CLASSIC!!!

....Dirty Dancing is on next week whooohooooo - seen that movie about 100 times plus the west end show 8 times lol - just love it. Finished reading Patrick Swayze's autobiography last week sniff sniff - was a brilliant book:cry:
The WIZARD OF OZ in HD :w00t:

Hopefully this will help you out.

Gives you many films to look through. Some shocking films but there are many good ones if you fancy looking through the list.



Thats what i'm looking for :p
you all must be looking at a different TV guide or you have different telly in your parts of the country, there is naff all on :x

just been flicking through it & what an absolute pile of poo !!! there is
nowt on all over christmas to get excited about,not even Christmas Terry &
June on BBC2 8.30 29th can get me excited.

some possibilities:

Christmas Eve: My Family & QI
Christmas Day: The Royle Family & Gavin & Stacey, possibly watch Catherine
Tate: Nans Christmas Carol
Boxing Day naff all !!! unless your into CSI on 5 for 5 hours !
Bank Holiday Monday: Not the Nine O'Clock News Docu with a vintage edition
after or The Day Of the Triffids which concludes Tuesday.
I look forward to the Hols - naff TV - gives me a chance to catch up on my underused Blu-Rays. The naffer the better!
Loads of good TV this xmas if you've been out the country for 20 years lol

600 hours of TV repeats dominate festive schedules

Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/entertainment/film-tv/news/600-hours-of-tv-repeats-dominate-festive-schedules-14583919.html#ixzz0Zdtkl5Dr

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