Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Arfur Ap Llewellyn Europe, 10 Jun 2019.
Do you know what, my mates been going on at me to watch it for about two years. Think I might just take a skeg at it.
And this, another of your recommendations
A hard days night is in now
Got the whole weekend of the that on sky arts tivo
Only just noticed it on the box
Not a documentary but just a really funny bit of telly from last week, ‘A Year in the Life of a Year’ a spoof review of 2019. It’s on iplayer.
Director Ken Burns presents a comprehensive look at the history of country music in America and its evolution throughout the 20th century. From its early years in the 1920s, when it was termed "hillbilly music," to the rise of bluegrass and rockabilly, the series also looks at how Nashville, Tenn., became the epicenter of the country music industry. Highlighting the connection between country music artists and their fans, the series concludes in the mid-1990s when a young Garth Brooks helps bring country music to a whole new level.
10 episodes long and i thoroughly enjoyed it
When was the last time the BBC made a decent history documentary series..All repeats on the eye player..All really good but by fuck pay that cunt Jeremy Vine and that slag Vanessa Phelps a few quid less and make some bastard programmes. Mind you that bird off the killing of King Charles..She is weird looking but she could have it..I wouldn't mind seeing her lez off with Lucy Wurzely for an extra pound on the license fee.
Almost anything Ken Burns does is good! The Vietnam War and the Civil War are a must watch imo.
I'd wondered where Barry Norman had gone
I must have watched the Civil War series at least 4 times