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#1 by Sheldonboy , Mon Sep 24, 2012 7:32 am

Am I the only person who is heartilly sick to bloody death of cookery on the telly.
Every last boring Gobby pillock who has ever knocked up a bacon sandwich has to make a TV fool of him-herself.
We have foul mouthed Ramsesy, Intimidating Piere White who for some reason has to walk round waving a large knife.
These people are not actors, certainly not comedians and most of all Boring in the extreme.
As though there isn't enough, Bloody Nigella starts another series tonight.


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#2 by mikejee , Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:13 pm

I thoroughly agree. The only thing is , like football, it does make the choice of what to watch easier - Not that bloody rubbish. There is a lot to be said for deicated channels for this tripe, and football and golf, and darts and horseracing. These subjects should not be able to be even mentioned other than on the dedicated channel.

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#3 by phil ( deleted ) , Mon Sep 24, 2012 1:02 pm

Mike

I thought they had dedicated channels for everything these days, isn't it cookery programmes that SB watches late at night on those pay to view channels. Well thats what he told the wife they were. Seriously though is there anything worth viewing on TV these days. All I ever watch is sci-fi and old films.

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#4 by mikejee , Mon Sep 24, 2012 1:10 pm

there are some interestin historical programs, if you are choosy.

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#5 by phil ( deleted ) , Mon Sep 24, 2012 1:18 pm

Mike

Yes there are, but the trouble is most of them are repeats, and theres nothing worse than old history (wince sorry)

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#6 by Voltman , Tue Sep 25, 2012 8:48 am

I like cookery programs.
Well some of them anyway. I always think 'if that moron can do then so can I' .


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#7 by mollymandysb , Tue Sep 25, 2012 5:13 pm

me too i hate cookery programmes, other half loves watching saturday kitchen.

has anyone watched the programme on tuesday night on bbc2 about the vikings (dont know if its a repeat). watched first episode and was fascinated to see the artifacts that the scandinavian countries hold going back 1,300 bc. also last week apparently the vikings founded dublin and it became one of their capitals, they also gave russia its name.

i found it very interesting,

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#8 by Deleted User , Sat Sep 29, 2012 10:24 pm

Yes I find The Vikings good viewing.

Anybody been watching the great British Bake off?

I used to bake a lot when the kids were at home but can't be bothered now.

Watching the programme has rekindled my interest.

I used to make Baked Alaska as the kids loved that.


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#9 by phil ( deleted ) , Sun Sep 30, 2012 11:36 am

We blokes don't need cookery lessons as long as we can burn a bit of bread with cheese on it or heat up a tin of beans and most of all we know where the local chippy is.

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