Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Colonel Cardiffi, 1 Sep 2017.
I saw a documentary about that a few years ago, an outrageous true story.
Not being broadcast anywhere at the moment, but...
Really enjoyed the series. Its one of those true life stories where it makes you really hate the supposed good guys/gals.
It's a lesson for anyone that gets arrested. Say nothing to the police unless you have a lawyer present. Once arrested, the only reason the police are talking to you is to build a case to prosecute you.
I use kodi
I think I might buy the box set anyway. The problem with the online versions is that sub-titles are often not available. A major frustration with getting older is missing bits of dialogue, especially with American accents.
I haven't helped things in that I have managed to further deafen myself (hopefully temporarily) over the weekend. I accidentally set off an anti-mole thunderflash when relocating the device, not realising that I hadn't disarmed it.
I won't do that again.
Kodi still going on? Thought they put a stop to that. Mine just stopped working then i discovered showbox
Everybody left so it’s much better again
Whats Showbox, Del?
Thats next on my list.
Im 6 episodes into Safe. A British drama. Been on Netflix a while. its not exactl Broadchurch, and some of the acting leaves a lot to be desired, but its not too bad.
Really recommend it bud, If you have watched making a murderer and liked it, then you will like this
More like this actually
I watched the film about Bobby Robson,really enjoyed it
Being still based in the 20th century I can't suggest any netflix/amazon things.
If you want a good watch though I highly recommend a little BBC number called "Rockets of Summer". Only 6 episodes but highly addictive viewing.
Is Summer of Rockets the same thing?
Doesn't really work in print does it
Did you watch the rocket series
No, I just googled it to see what it was