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What have you watched on TV?

Oct 18, 2008
1883 - 10 part Western series charting the journey of a wagon train of immigrants to Oregon. Sam Elliott is the wagon master leading the way and he is one of my favourite cowboys on film, even at the age of 78!!
It is actually the prequel to a Modern day western show called Yellowstone which is imho very watchable as is again imho 1883.


Aug 8, 2010
Watched Welcome To Wrexham since there was no football on, enjoying it more than I thought I would. McElhaney seems like an enthusiastic guy that seems to be fully invested in the team's success but I get the feeling if he hadn't partnered with Reynolds it would have gone wrong very quickly, he doesn't seem to have much of a business head on him.

Sensei Phil

Senseless Phil
Oct 14, 2021
Been confined to bed for the last week under Doctors orders, so been stuck with the TV. However, found a fantastic series to watch.

Steve Backshall's 'Expedition' on SKY ..... exploring some incredible places on earth through some very difficult challenges. A brilliant watch, highly recommended!!