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38 minutes ago, newhome said:

That just illustrates how stupid our planning system is.  You can't get permission to build a properly designed house in your garden, but you can get permission to convert a completely unsuitable redundant water tower into a house.

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10 minutes ago, ProDave said:

That just illustrates how stupid our planning system is.  You can't get permission to build a properly designed house in your garden, but you can get permission to convert a completely unsuitable redundant water tower into a house.

 

Ticks the reutilising brownfields site box and promotes the LA's green commitment. 

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2 hours ago, Ferdinand said:

 

But did she win?

 

I have thought about that. Want to end the introduction with ‘But I’d rather be a millionaire’.

 

Eggheads and Pointless seem interesting at present, but I need team members who know about pop music, ‘classic

‘ English Lit,  soap and real operas, film, and football. Sounds like a person with aspirations who didn’t quite make Chiswick, and is now stuck with Corrie, plus a sports nerd. For Eggheads I would need a polymath. Where’s the Good Doctor when you need him?

 

My favourite performance was an unnamed person on Celebrity Mastermind declaring that Henry VII was after Henry VIII.

 

Ferdinand

 

Doctor Murphy would be the ideal candidate, good choice. 

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Rip off Britain talking about experience with Purple Bricks.  Shown a coupe of weeks ago

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I was accidentally filmed at a Flog It programme in Canterbury many years ago. I was in the auction rooms and the presenter, Paul Martin, decided to stand next to me to do his introduction.

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CCTV...

 

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Crimewatch in the late 90’s

kids tv in the 80’s...

 

 

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1 minute ago, PeterW said:

Crimewatch in the late 90’s

kids tv in the 80’s...

 

 

Did you get caught ....?

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21 hours ago, Declan52 said:

Doctor Murphy would be the ideal candidate, good choice. 

 

Heh. Just looked him up.

 

I meant Dr Kermode, with a PhD in Horror Fiction.

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17 minutes ago, PeterW said:

Crimewatch in the late 90’s

 

 

 

Have you known @Nickfromwales that long then? 😉

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1 hour ago, Nickfromwales said:

Prob “long enough” for him lol. 

 

Feels like a lifetime .....

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Music Time - as a young child.  10 programmes made in the BBC at the White City Studios.  We were next to the Blue Peter studio and they piped the rehearsals into our studio one day when we were there.  It made the day of many 9 year olds I can tell you.  This was in the days of John Noakes, Peter Purvis and Valerie Singleton.  We got to eat in the BBC canteen as well - that was a big highlight. 

Then after we were allowed to watch it on the TV in school when it was broadcast, on one of the TVs with the lockable doors on a very tall wheely stand (with the shaded blackout curtain that stopped glare if the TV was in the sun!  Oh the memories!

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