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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by AWP Corsa Tim » Fri Nov 15, 2013 6:22 pm

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HerrPfister wrote:Never really liked 'Bottom', but you've made me wonder if I should invest in the box-set of 'the Comic Strip Presents...'; some of those were brilliant! - 'Strike' springs to mind...

Mr Jolly Lives Next Door is still my fave :)

I saw that one the other week, was on the normal GOLD channel and i caught it just as the van speeds up to the old GIT on the zebra crossing (Van was hitting some speed too, timed it right with the brakes) who they just about run over, WHICH WAY TO THE BBC YOU OLD GIT??? THAT WAY GUV AND TURN LEFT! ....

Made me laugh.. after seeing it i decided to record it on the +1 channel, then watched it fully.. NICHOLAS PARSONS!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by AhhBrenda » Fri Nov 22, 2013 10:04 pm

Been getting into Drifters thats not bad for a laugh.

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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by Magowan » Thu Dec 05, 2013 1:36 pm

Steptoe & Son
Doctor Who (1963 - 85)
The Sweeney
Minder
Bulls-Eye (Another great Central TV production)
Family Guy (Series 1 to 3)

Apart from the failed revival attempts of Minder and The Sweeney, these are the only other shows that I consider untouchable along with AWP. The runner-ups are Early Doors, Red Dwarf (Series 1 to 6), Ever Decreasing Circles, Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads? and anything to feature both Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson.
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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by HerrPfister » Thu Dec 05, 2013 2:49 pm

Magowan wrote: Bulls-Eye (Another great Central TV production)
I saw an episode on Challenge recently, and during the 1st couple of series, instead of a professional Dartist throwing for charity they had various 'celebs' and who should be on the one I saw? Our very own Pat Roach!

Unfortunately, haven't been able to find it on YouTube or anything, otherwise we could have added it to the site :cry:
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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by Magowan » Thu Dec 05, 2013 2:53 pm

Yeah, I remember that one. It was before they were about to shoot the 2nd series of AufPet, wasn't it?
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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by Hallwood » Thu Dec 05, 2013 3:26 pm

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Magowan wrote: Bulls-Eye (Another great Central TV production)
I saw an episode on Challenge recently, and during the 1st couple of series, instead of a professional Dartist throwing for charity they had various 'celebs' and who should be on the one I saw? Our very own Pat Roach!

Unfortunately, haven't been able to find it on YouTube or anything, otherwise we could have added it to the site :cry:
I saw one where Grotbags from Rod Hull and Emu was throwing the arrows. I can't remember her real name, Carol something I think it is.

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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by HerrPfister » Thu Dec 05, 2013 3:39 pm

Magowan wrote:Yeah, I remember that one. It was before they were about to shoot the 2nd series of AufPet, wasn't it?
IMDB gives the date (I assume transmission rather than recording) as 19.11.84 so, yes, just before the filming of series 2.

Should have had Magowan on it - never gets beat, him!
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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by Magowan » Thu Dec 05, 2013 4:04 pm

Maybe he couldn't get on there because he broke a chair over the producer's head. Probably for the best; he would've nicked the dartboard.
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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by BarryTaylor » Thu Dec 05, 2013 7:04 pm

I think by the time Boon was on the rules had been changed on Bullseye so that only pro Dart Players could do the charity round.

However they did have 2 or 3 excellent Christmas specials featuring Celebs and as Boon moved to Nottingham along with Bullseye having Elphick would have been a brilliant choice.
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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by Magowan » Thu Dec 05, 2013 7:09 pm

Yeah, I saw one of those Xmas specials with Frank Bruno in.

"What's the plane called, Frank?"
"Harry...Harriet?"
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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by HerrPfister » Thu Dec 05, 2013 10:45 pm

Magowan wrote:Maybe he couldn't get on there because he broke a chair over the producer's head. Probably for the best; he would've nicked the dartboard.
Iiiiiiiiin 1 : Nowt. Magowan's pissed off with the prizes. :cry:
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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by Hedley Irwin » Fri Dec 06, 2013 11:46 am

HerrPfister wrote:
Magowan wrote:Maybe he couldn't get on there because he broke a chair over the producer's head. Probably for the best; he would've nicked the dartboard.
Iiiiiiiiin 1 : Nowt. Magowan's pissed off with the prizes. :cry:
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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by Si » Fri Dec 06, 2013 9:26 pm

I've not read this thread since 3 or so posts in, cause they were breaking bad related. But i'll be indulging tomorrow cause me and wor Norma are having a final season marathon tomorrow. 8 eps in all their glory.

Cannae wait :)

Oh aye, got a new phone today and set 'That's livin alright' as my ringtone :D
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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by Breaking Away » Fri Dec 06, 2013 10:51 pm

Si wrote:I've not read this thread since 3 or so posts in, cause they were breaking bad related. But i'll be indulging tomorrow cause me and wor Norma are having a final season marathon tomorrow. 8 eps in all their glory.

Cannae wait :)

Oh aye, got a new phone today and set 'That's livin alright' as my ringtone :D

Hey, I've got same ringtone as well Si!
Great minds blah blah blah aye ?
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Re: Other great UK programmes....

Post by Si » Fri Dec 06, 2013 11:02 pm

Why aye bonny lad.

Just think how many people we can annoy on both sides of the world!

(Wor lass has already voiced her displeasure. "As if we don't hear it enough!" etc) :lol:

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