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Blackadder goes Forth BBC I Player
Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
I had forgotten how funny they were, but had not forgotten the last shot of the last ep



"Standard procedure is to jump 200ft into the air and spread yourself over a wide area" (lol)


Just watched the first episode. Forgot how good it is. And all of these quotes are in it lol


Thank you darling

They Shall Not Grow Old on BBC iplayer until tonight at 11:05pm only
Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
A very humbling experience. Currently being shown in cinema. Available "free" on BBC iplayer until tonight at11:05pm. Lest we forget. "Employing state-of-the-art technology to … Read more
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true but a little heart!




Save your energy for more positive things. Some people are not worth the time! Personally I thought this film was incredible. A real taste of the life and personalities of a just a few people and their real struggles. It really gave you a sense of what it was like to go from everyday life to suddenly being on a new adventure and the harsh reality of that adventure mixed in with some real underlying human elements on both sides. I thought it did an amazing job to highlight the perils and pointlessness of war. Of course not pointless when you have no option, but if nothing else it really shows that war should be avoided at all costs.


Thanks, appreciated watching that


Because I was justifying my comment and not yours!! I am ex military, served in a few ropey places and in a different time would have been there, as would many of us. You have the choice to do as you wish as many have earnt that right for all of us. I have the right to say that you stating a lack of interest ticks me off and chose to exercise it and stand by it. Hopefully you used the time around the centenary of the end of WW1 to do something much more constructive - watch a film, play a computer game or similar. Most of those in the programme never had the opportunity to do anything else apart from go to war and not return. My Great Grandfather was there, maybe appeared in the films but I will never know as no photographs available to my knowledge. Paid my respects when I visited the military cemetery in France earlier this year on the 100th anniversary of his passing due to gun shot wounds.

BBC Frozen Planet Blu Ray Box Set now reduced to £4.75 (+£2.99 postage non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
Stunning documentary now cheaper than ever

I love it when amazon prime miss the delivery date. 4 months extra free prime in the last 2 weeks. And a fiver as a goodwill gesture. Result for me and the 4 others in prime membership.


Quite a few on ebay for 3.99 sealed if you don't have prime


In basket. Heat.


Great find and great price. One on its way to my dad for Xmas. Have some heat.

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Brass Eye Series and Special / The Day Today : Complete BBC Series (Preowned DVD) £1.99 each delivered @ Music Magpie
Found 2nd NovFound 2nd Nov
Two of my favourite ever TV series at a bargain price. Still funny as today. Only £1.99 each, and The Day Today is also part of the 2 for £3 (which has plenty other DVD's, CD's… Read more
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Clarky cat.


The Day Today, but still great


No, but I can get you some yellow bentines.


Jam is currently being shown on Gold; caught a few episodes this week


This and Confield by Autechre. The height of western cultural achievements.

England v New Zealand Rugby League Series -  Elland Road, Leeds Sun 11 Nov @ Rugby League Tickets - From £7.50
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
New Zealand will take on England for the Baskerville Shield in a three Test International Series in Autumn 2018. Battles between these two teams are always close contests and the o… Read more

Got bored tbf. Didnt fancy going to the Council House anyway RRTR


Can’t argue with that, tried to go through TicketmasterUK to avoid it but it just takes you straight back to the original one.


That has to be the worst website ever. Ive opened a bank account quicker. RFL/SL not a scooby.


Rugby league lol


Went when it was Anfield 2 years ago got our tickets off groupon or something like that, will keep a eye on them closer to the time

BBC's Frozen Plant Blu-Ray only £4.99 (Prime) / £7.98 (non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
Import Blu-ray/Region All pressing. UK version features the 7th and final episode (that was not shown in the US) "On thin ice" (David Attenborough's view on climate change in the A… Read more
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I would add heat, but I don't want the plant to melt


I won't grass on you.


With your licence money.


Ive got plenty of plants in my gaff aswell but they sure as hell are not frozen. Far from it. They are cooking under the lights in my attic (flirt)


Soon this will be a history lesson on how the world was.

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Free Classical Concert Tickets -  Scoring up a Storm  -  BBC Hoddinott Hall, Wales Millennium Centre l  Cardiff - 14:00 Friday 12 Oct 2018
Found 3rd OctFound 3rd Oct
If You fancy a bit of Ludvig Van, Berlioz,Wagner,Debussy & Others performed by BBC National Orchestra of Wales - Free Tickets are available for this event. They can be sent b… Read more

Yes. As a sheep . And then you’re mine !


Too far for me, heat though!


Thank You Yes I'll be there. :)


Yes best Jeans and tee shirt at least that's what I'll be wearing :D


I'm sure your bagpuss onesie will be fine.

BBC Planet Earth II 4K UHD Blu-ray - £13.99 Delivered at 365 Games
Refreshed 8th OctRefreshed 8th Oct
In my opinion, one of the best 4K titles to show off your 4K TV! Never been cheaper! Currently £24.99 on Amazon

Up to £15.99 now


In terms of direct comparisons, I was comparing the iTunes 4K HDR stream of Alien Covenant against the Blu-ray last night. The sharpness of the iTunes steam was significantly better, as you would expect, and general colour tones were too (WCG and HDR will no doubt help here). In terms of artefacts, there wasn't really anything noticeable on either - at normal viewing distances there would be nothing of any relevance at all. At the end of the day, both look very, very good. It's not the sharpness that swings it for the iTunes stream though, it's HDR, which is far more important to the overall picture quality.


My last TV was a Panasonic plasma St30 ha,


Well that is a coincidence! I have the same panel and yes the upscaling is excellent! Interestingily, I still I find the blu ray disc on my 1080p Panny plasma better quality than 4k netflix streams (dark room) than on the Sony (at closer distances) so I don't think it is that obvious. Both screens are isfc. Quality isn't only defined by resolution. Higher resolution with lower bitrates and no HDR doesn't always equate to better quality than a blu ray disc even with the narrower colour gamut. Just stating what I've observed for 1080p blu ray discs.


I have a Sony XE95 55in 4ktv which has one of the best upscaling on the market, I did say that I compared the 1080p disc against 4k Netflix and Netflix was obviously better, this was in reply to someone erroneously saying blu ray (which to me means 1080p) was better than 4k Netflix, later I found out they meant UHD discs (4k blu ray) were better than 4k Netflix (of course) It was a misunderstanding of terms.

The Who - the bbc sessions  , 2 x vinyl LP AMAZON PRIME £9.99 NON PRIME £12.98
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
a decent price , i couldn't resist this one includes auto rip if that's your kind of thing a slight delay in delivery for prime members ,mine's coming wednesday
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Yea, how unthoughtful of me. Silly mistake. 4 sides of roughly 2m30sec songs. So worth it...... (y) Maybe the CD instead as it can be had for much less.


It's a Who double album for under a tenner. Have a word with yourself.


mine arrived today , unsealed which isn't a big issue but a clear visible mark on one of the discs is an issue not impressed with amazon on this occasion


for some reason mine's coming from amazon france ,this does happen occasionally



BBC Children In Need - Adopt A Blush with Glow in the Dark Bow / Paw Prints £10 C+C @ Boots
Found 17th SepFound 17th Sep
Not a deal as such but thought it would make a lovely gift & help some less fortunate kids out too - since 52% of the price of each plush goes to Children in Need :) This … Read more
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To be fair the licence fee was created when their was no other form of entertainment available. We now live in a time where we have 100's of channels & On Demand streaming of video content. Their is plenty of content available to watch now and it's about time the BBC was modernised and left to fend for itself on it's own two feet.Their is no real justification i can see for a licence fee to be needed in this day and age.


Yes it is for people who can't afford it, and when it's back up by courts and bailiffs. It is an anachronism which has long past its time, and it should now be a voluntary fee not a compusory tax for owning a TV.


£150.50 is rapacious? Get a grip (lol)


From what I've read the £100M investment hoard generates a return of around £2-£3 million a year meaning it would take just over 30 years to make another £100M which is not worth it to me. They should be spending it now the amount of money they receive every year from the appeal is more than enough without having to hold back money to invest.


I'm sure it was either Children in Need or Comic Relief that were found to be using donated money to invest in other companies, some were questionable e.g. tobacco companies. People give money exepecting it to be used for a good cause not to fund investments in other compnaies. I avoid donating to big charities now prefer to give money to local causes where i can see the money being used properly.

A to Z of Psychedelia on 6 Music Download Complete Series  A to Z  & A to Z of Punk !!!  -   Both Free Downloads @ BBC 6Music
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Taking listeners on a trip through the golden age of psychedelia from the mid-sixties to Altamont. Presented by BBC 6 Music’s Marc Riley and music journalist Rob Hughes. Feat… Read more

<3 <3 <3


Nice one, Boz. Thank you, sir.


Thanks Boz..


Great post! Thank you very much (y)


Thanks Boz...Rock on 🎧🎵🎶🎹💿

BBC Frozen Planet - The Complete Series [Blu-ray]  £4.74 (Prime) / £7.73 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
The Blu ray version, complete series. Free delivery on Prime or if spending over £20 for non Prime customers. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon UK. Seems to be the lowest pri… Read more

Great to see that my first deal posting generated a healthy amount of heat and is still trickling in a few days on :) . My blu ray pack arrived today. Hopefully those of you that bought it are happy with your purchase. Happy viewing 😁 PS: It's still available from Amazon at this price (but subject to change at any time of course)... Just remember to choose Amazon as the seller to secure it at the deal price.


Exactly! Will probably take a week or so for the product to come back in stock....but they will honour the price if you buy before it changes.


Can also see 4.74 but it’s out of stock. Still allowed to place an order so hopefully it gets delivered. Thanks


6.65 now


Hi chinesoul, the Amazon description indicates it's All regions for the Blu-ray version. Region 2 applies to the DVD version.

Blackadder Complete Collection £10.99 - Google Play
Found 8th JulFound 8th Jul
A classic British TV series, at a very reasonable price! Rowan Atkinson stars as the dastardly Edmund Blackadder in this acclaimed historical comedy. From the castles of medieval … Read more

A poor attempt at British humour full of dry wit and satire. Just like this comment. :{


Baldrick! I have a Cunning plan!


How can you even compare Blackadder with that egotistical piece of self love called the Office?


This is not the complete set. No Back and Forth or The Cavalier Years


Worth every penny! If it weren't for this, I don't think we would've got the likes of the Office and Partridge.

BBC Sport VR - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™now on PSN Store for PSVR!
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
As per heading! Glad it finally came to the PSVR :)

Regarding the delay - pause your TV until the two are in sync. I've been sharing the PSVR during matches with my son. He prefers the main stand view to see the overall tactics, while I hop behind the goals and have the floating TV screen when the action moves further away. It's great fun. Definitely the future for sports broadcasts. So many ways it will undoubtedly improve. Better resolution, more choice of seats in the stadium. How about player/referee cams? 8) It will almost certainly become a ppv service. I expect we will be buying tickets for virtual seats in the future.


I was sat on the sofa. Just restart the app. That's what I did. It's hardly worth it though. It is very blurry and you're very far away. You can see the whole pitch, but you can't tell which player is on the ball really unless you know exactly how they run and what position they go to at all times. Hahaha! I did watch the first Kane goal from behind the Tunisian goal though. That was quite cool.


If you could be sat closer to the action it'd be better...too far away with how it is now and sat behind the goal is only good for things like penalties


Haters gonna hate...


Hmm I don't think they cover the Palistinian conflict with any justice... But I guess that's only me who doesn't know any better SMH

Watch 2018 Worldcup on VR, BBC Sports VR app now live - see links in OP
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
IOS Android Gear VR The BBC's virtual reality home for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. With full live coverage for all BBC broadcast matches you can now experience the action as… Read more
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Sounds pretty grim, I can appreciate why you'd walk away with that opinion. You'd likely find it a more pleasant experience using your own HMD in a home environment. Sweating is an issue in particularly active games (e.g. Audioshield, Beat Saber, Box VR) but in many titles I can easily spend upwards of 6 hours without discomfort. I don't think it will go the same way as 3D as the interactivity and immersion is already so far beyond what is possible with a traditional display. I'm very positive about the future of VR and It should gain new fans as the technology evolves and improves.


Strangely the HUKD thread that mentions only the PSVR app is hotter then this thread for all the ops.


Unless I can watch it like if I was in the stands, I don’t care


Which VR headset and game did you try (shock) I own a Oculus rift CV1 I don't get any headaches Its only gets hot when you move around too much Maybe they didn't set it up correctly or was using a old headset?


Can't see the point in VR for a football match but VR works amazingly well for some games like sim racing.

Goji VR glasses ready for the BBC VR World Cup App - 97p @ Currys
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Sorry if it's been ostsd but couldn't find it. For 97p to use the BBC VR World Cup app isn't bad. Works with my Motorola G5. Annoyingly no strap, but I'll improvise somehow.

You don't have to use one if you don't want too. This is just for folk who may want to try it and aren't Pringle fans and use butter only.


Actually, I correct myself, magnet button doesn't work with my Motorola. Down to my Motorola.


I better get the glue, empty pringles tubes, jam jars and an empty margarine tub and get one made...


Thanks for ostsing

World Cup Wall Chart BBC Free Download
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Downloaded this morning and printed on A3. Excellent and nothing more to say. Other than England to beat Germany in the final on penalties (embarrassed)

Okay so England to beat Belgium in the third place play-off, still much better than I thought we'd ever do at the start of the tournament.


Do you have a link or something to print this


By they you mean Panama right!!


There's definitely going to be some 'takers' who will buy it, right?. (Not that I agree with it). But they know what they're doing ...


You could print of the version listed as A2 on A3 paper. This would get the final stuck-together version in A1 size.

Classic: Delicious, from Mary’s new BBC series 99p on Amazon Kindle
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Kindle edition is currently reduced to £ 0.99 .Hardcover available from £13.00

A paper book is definitely better in my opinion too, but you can't really grumble with the Kindle one for 99p. ;)


Great price but cAn’t help thinking cooking is something where a paper book is better as it won’t go into screensaver mode every few minutes.

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