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    Re: Just painted this....

    been a busy boy, hope you like ;)
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    Re: Christmas Day TV 2019

    The only telly i watch on christmas day is Alistair sim as scrooge and a film in the evening...usually an early night after a days boozing and scoffing ;)
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    Re: The most beautiful place you have visited

    Lovely....my daughter and her new husband returned from Australia recently (honeymoon) they also said it was beautiful
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    Re: films your embarrassed to admit you like.

    John barry's soundtrack for Somewhere in time is heart breakingly beautiful, i always get a lump (in my throat) ;)
  5. Thread: Don't Look Now

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    Re: Don't Look Now

    Yup...jazz mag
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    Re: For any Deep Purple , Rainbow or Whitesnake fans

    Purple have announced british dates for 2020 with Blue oyster cult as support....purple are now waaaaaay past there sell by date with Ian gillan really struggling, i wont be bothering :(
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    Re: films your embarrassed to admit you like.

    Can't find a cliff film with that title Amehyst....wonderful life starred James stewart.
  8. Thread: Black friday

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    Re: Black friday

    Ive asked santa for some irony....just pulling your leg George ;)
  9. Thread: The Shadows

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    Re: The Shadows

    Wow Beccabear you really know your stuff, enjoyed reading your post ;)
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    Re: First Christmas song played in 2019

    S'pose the alternative is to stream something, plenty of choice if you are looking for christmas cheer ;)
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    Re: Radio times listings 1970;s 80's 90's

    So Darren whilst your listings post is an invaluable reference tool can i ask if you get the level of response that you feel your efforts are deserving of ?, put politely i suppose i'm asking if...
  12. Thread: Black friday

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    Black friday

    So my wife and son just got in from a days christmas shopping in Manchester, seems i was right to forego the opportunity to get pushed and jostled around by a stampede of bargain hunting wilderbeest....
  13. Thread: The Shadows

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    The Shadows

    What a unique sound the Shads have, just listened to the greatest hits and felt compelled to say what a great group they are (yes they are still around).
    Hank has such a great tone and the tunes...
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    Re: Fav radio and tv DJ

    Agreed, he had a great voice for rock radio and he knew his stuff.
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    Re: Deputy dawg

    Ditto...Hazel, enlighten us! :)
  16. Thread: RIP Freddie Jones

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    Re: RIP Freddie Jones

    Hi Hazel, don't be afraid to bump up an old thread, in my opinion it doesn't happen enough! ;)
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    Re: First Christmas song played in 2019

    Bing was on radio manchester yesterday, white christmas ;)
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    Re: RIP The late Clive James

    That was posted by Jamie oliver but for some reason quickly retracted, so dunno
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    Re: A kestrel for a knave

    Yep, also dougie brown played the milkman...he is lynne perries brother
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    Re: Fav radio and tv DJ

    Tommy vance.....rock on Tommy!!!
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    Re: Fav radio and tv DJ

    :) :)
  22. Thread: Christmas fayre

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    Re: Christmas fayre

    Although mince pies are indeed traditionally a christmas treat i think most people who like them are happy to see them on the shelves early ;)
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    Re: Christmas fayre

    In which case buy a frozen turkey for half the price
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    Re: RIP The late Clive James

    I'm not too familiar with Clives work but i just looked him up on wiki and i do recognise him, Gary rhodes however i am more familiar with and always enjoyed his more relaxed approach to...
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    A kestrel for a knave

    A kestrel for a knave by Barry hines is fifty years old, the book is about a working class lad in Barnsley called Billy casper who whilst out walking discovers a Kestrels nest, rightly or wrongly he...
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