over-exposed

I recorded series 4 of Fargo when it was on C4, and watched it yesterday and today. Thought it was excellent, and IMHO possibly the best Fargo yet.

Wish I'd recorded it - I assumed it'd be on catch-up, but by the time I settled down to 'catch-up' the first episode were no longer available on catch up. Now have to wait for it to appear on Netflix.

Instead I re-watched Series 3
 

Tom Cannavan

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I have to say there are only two things I watch live now: news in the morning and news at lunchtime. I don't remember the last time I sat down to watch something live, at the time of it's broadcast. Basically all we use now are the various channel's catch-up services, Amazon and Netflix. But still, between trailers and tuning in to something (like the Monaco documentary I stumbled across on catch-up) there's every chance one of my Nemesis will unexpectedly be fronting or voicing it.
 
You might avail yourself of a pleasing BBC2 series Secrets of the (V&A) Museum which is refreshingly rent-a-face free; I mention this because one of the items featured was illustrated by Manuel Fawlty's "I learn Eeenglish...from a booook" clip; poor Manuel's English (accent) is far easier to follow than either Benoit or Cherish.
Agreed. The Channel 5 series about Hampton Court Palace is quite good too, and I am particularly enjoying Secrets of the London Underground on the Yesterday channel. In both the V&A & London Transport series "Secrets" is pushing it a bit: if a little teddy bear gets birthday cards every year from other teddy bears and fans, he's hardly a secret (but his whole story was adorable), and similarly the Underground flood control centre at Bull & Bush is hardly a secret now, though I didn't know that the un-station's real name was North End. I think the trail for next week's Secrets of the Underground said they would be talking fonts. I'd rather watch any programme about fonts than Big Sweary.
 
I have to say there are only two things I watch live now: news in the morning and news at lunchtime. I don't remember the last time I sat down to watch something live, at the time of it's broadcast. Basically all we use now are the various channel's catch-up services, Amazon and Netflix. But still, between trailers and tuning in to something (like the Monaco documentary I stumbled across on catch-up) there's every chance one of my Nemesis will unexpectedly be fronting or voicing it.
I still watch a few things as they are broadcast live - especially football. However, I have been known to record a football match and then watch it pseudo-live (without knowing the result) later. It is a nightmare though, especially if I get text updates on goals, as they happen live, or messages from fellow Celtic supporters, or even worse from friends who are not Celtic supporters as I then know we are not doing well. I now tend to ignore even looking to see who has sent a message.
There was one occassion when I was watching my son playing and Celtic were playing at the same time so I recorded it with the intention of us both watching it as soon as we got home. However, when leaving the ground I overheard a few spectators (mainly Hearts or Hibs fans) going on about how Kilmarnock beat Celtic 2-1 :mad: I had to then decide whether to tell my son, or not and pretend to be into the game while we were watching it.
 
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