Friday, February 06, 2009

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Kim Ayres said...

Recorded it last night. Will probably watch it over the weekend

craziequeen said...

I'm not a huge Pratchett fan (ducks brickbats) but I admire what he is doing as part of his dealing process. I have been very close to 'Old Timers' in the past as a carer and it is a very difficult condition to manage or just live through.

Netchick sent me - once I had worked out the typo in your url address on the M&G.


Zed said...

I'll try and record next weeks as I missed the first one. Damn - but thanks for telling me. I wonder if Q saw it .... most probably, but he STILL doesn't realise that I enjoy documentaries, however sad.

PI said...

Kim: bad luck the recording didn't work. Welcome to my world.

CQ: I read your experience - you know only too well all about its effects. Thanks for spotting the typo

Zed: Men - I find prefer James Bond to documentaries - they don't enjoy feeling sad - not ;that we do, but sometimes they can be very sensitive little souls. Lovely with it.

Zed, CQ and Kim: I know I have already answered these comments but it has disappeared.

Kim Ayres said...

Finally got to watch it last night, courtesy of BBC iPlayer, which we've not tried before. Had to drag the laptop downstairs and put it on the coffee table in front of the sofa, but it worked fine.

Maggie says the 4 blokes were representatives of the Greek Chorus, which in Greek plays often narrated the story, or gave vital plot points/background info.

If you've ever watched Woody Allen's "Mighty Aphrodite" he uses this idea

PI said...

Kim: thanks for that.. I still think it was a bit weird but then he did call the helmet the loony helmet
- maybe its partof his SOH.