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Old 12-08-2012, 09:56 PM   #21
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Steven Baxter, a good-hearted but slightly awkward video shop worker from Manchester, disappears for forty days and forty nights after a drunken night out with his friends to celebrate his best friend Judy's divorce, during which he shared a kiss with her. He is found wandering Saddleworth Moor, and he claims to be the second coming of Jesus. At first he is met with scepticism, and is even locked up. One of the few people who believes him is a young Catholic priest, who mentions an obscure Christian text that mentions that the lamb will be sent to the city of the North, followed by a series of numbers that turned out to be map co-ordinates...Steve then visits Judy in hope of trying to work out what the testament is, and Judy reveals to him that it is the record she is making of events. Judy, who is filmed night and day by cameras from the world's media around her house, makes spaghetti and laces it with rat poison...



Doctor Who first appeared on BBC television at 17:16:20 GMT on 23 November 1963...The character of the Doctor was initially shrouded in mystery. All that was known about him in the programme's early days was that he was an eccentric alien traveller of great intelligence who battled injustice while exploring time and space in an unreliable time machine, the "TARDIS", (Time And Relative Dimension(s) In Space), which appears much larger on the inside than on the outside...As a Time Lord, the Doctor has the ability to regenerate his body when near death...
The initially irascible and slightly sinister Doctor quickly mellowed into a more compassionate figure. It was eventually revealed that he had been on the run from his own people, the Time Lords of the planet Gallifrey...

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Old 13-08-2012, 01:12 AM   #22
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Del acquires a satellite dish for Boycie, unaware that it has been stolen from Gatwick Airport...It's another beautiful morning at Nelson Mandela House...Later, at Boycie's house, he has managed to get a new satellite dish installed...That night, at the Nag's Head, as Albert sings and plays "Red Sails in the Sunset" on the piano...But when he gets to Gatwick airport, Rodney finds out that Cassandra's plane has been rerouted and she has landed in Manchester...Back at the Nag's Head, things become more worse for the Trotters when Boycie enters and tells Del Boy that his satellite dish wasn't stolen, it was just taken away by engineers to be repaired...The Trotter Brothers head for the balcony, and as they do so, the dish switches on and a huge 747 airplane flies towards Nelson Mandela House. The episode ends with the Trotter Brothers huddling together while yelling, "Switch it off!"...



Monarch Programming is a method of mind control used by numerous organizations for covert purposes. It is a continuation of project MK-ULTRA, a mind-control program developed by the CIA, and tested on the military and civilians...The creation of a mind-controlled slave who can be "triggered" at anytime to perform any action required by the handler...

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Lightbulb Fantasy Island

The first series concerned the lives of Norman and Vera Straightman, who had their lives interrupted by various television personalities of the day. The second series was mainly a straight succession of parodies of TV shows of the time, including Larry Gray son's Generation Game and Nationwide...
Airing from 1978 to 1984, the original series starred Ricardo Montalbán as Mr. Roarke, the enigmatic overseer of a mysterious island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, where people from all walks of life could come and live out their fantasies, albeit for a price...Tattoo would run up the main bell tower to ring the bell and shout "The plane! The plane!" to announce the arrival of a new set of guests at the beginning of each episode...

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Old 18-08-2012, 01:23 AM   #24
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Brookside is a defunct British soap opera set in Liverpool, England. The series began on the launch night of Channel 4 on 2 November 1982, and ran for 21 years until 4 November 2003. Originally intended to be called Meadowcroft, the series was produced by Mersey Television and it was conceived by Phil Redmond who also devised Grange Hill (1978–2008) and Hollyoaks (1995–present), the latter of which has taken Brookside's place as Channel 4's programme in the "Top 4" British soaps, alongside EastEnders (1985–), Coronation Street (1960–), and Emmerdale (1972–)...The Bride: You suppose correctly...
Brookside was also the first British soap to feature an openly gay character when Gordon Collins came out in 1985, and it was also the first to depict serious drug addiction with a number of different characters. Although the series had a long and successful run, by 2000 its viewing figures were in terminal decline and low ratings eventually led to its cancellation in July 2003... The final episode was broadcast on 4 November 2003 and was watched by around 2 million viewers...Their opening storyline involved the mysterious movement of their garden gnomes...

Brookside differed from other serials because it was filmed in real, brand-new houses, in a real cul-de-sac, situated off Deysbrook Lane in the North West city of Liverpool. Built by Broseley Homes, the houses were custom built in an attempt by the producers to add to the show's realism. In early 1982, Mersey Television, with Phil Redmond at the helm, bought 13 houses altogether, six of which would be seen on-screen as sets. The remaining seven properties housed administration, post production and canteen facilities for the cast and crew. Phil Redmond was particularly enthusiastic about purchasing an entire 'close' of houses, partly as a means of achieving the desired realism of Brookside, but also[B] in order to maintain total control of his creation...The first episode was watched by 4.2 million...Many of Brookside's early storylines were issue-led and strongly geared around Bobby and Sheila's turbulent marriage. Bobby's short-temper and frequent visits to union picket lines opposite Sheila's staunch Catholic faith and traditional family values made compelling viewing for many viewers, as did the antics of their children Barry Karen and Damon......Britain's newest TV channel and flagship soap opera was still only in its third year and number 7 Brookside Close was now home to two young nurses...He forced his way into number 7, armed with a gun and ready to avenge his mother's death. He held the three nurses hostage for several days in a tense three-episode run with Brookside Close sealed off and surrounded by armed police...In September, what would become Brookside's longest-serving family, the Corkhills, arrived...Jimmy was the brother of Billy Corkhill. His early appearances usually saw the character in many money-making schemes...Late 1987 to early 1988 saw the rapid disintegration of the central Grant family...Following the huge ratings success of the 'body under the patio' and lesbian kiss plots which had seen ratings peak at 9 million, the writers of Brookside persisted with controversial subjects that other British soaps did not.....The Rogers were a similarly large family like the Grants and moved into number 7 Brookside Close in November 1987, initially renting it from Harry Cross...

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Old 18-08-2012, 10:44 PM   #25
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Ultimate Force is a British television drama series that was shown on ITV, which deals with the activities of the fictional Red Troop of the SAS (Special Air Service). The programme started on 16 September 2002 and four series were produced...It was co-created by Chris Ryan, a former British SAS soldier who was a member of the famous Bravo Two Zero patrol during the 1991 Gulf War, with the show produced by Bentley Productions. As well as his behind the scenes role, Ryan appeared as a SAS soldier in the first series of the show playing "Blue Troop" leader Johnny Bell...
ITV then announced there would not be a fifth series, partially due to low ratings - hence the cutting of series three and four midway through their runs - whilst many of the stars moved onto other projects. Ross Kemp went on to host a series of documentaries following the progress of British Army troops in Afghanistan, whilst both Sam Callis and Christopher Fox joined ITV's police serial drama The Bill...Jamie arrives at the pub to square up to his dad (Rob R Banks) driving his Mini mi van... You see him from the outside reach down to turn off his van radio. The laser designator then switches to inside the van, but the Blaupunkt radio cassette and visible heater controls and stick on steering wheel on the dashboard are that of a 2003 Rover 22...
In Commonwealth forces (unlike American forces) if you are not in uniform, or if you are in uniform but do not have your beret on, you do not salute - just come to attention or turn your head as the situation requires, and add a polite greeting...

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Old 19-08-2012, 01:45 AM   #26
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Life on Mars tells the fictional story of Sam Tyler , a policeman in service with the Greater Manchester Police. After being hit by a car in 2006, Tyler awakes in 1973 and finds himself working for the predecessor of the GMP, the Manchester and Salford Police at the same station and location as in 2006... Early on in the series, it becomes apparent to Tyler that he awakes as a Detective Inspector, one rank lower than his 2006 rank of Detective Chief Inspector. As part of the Criminal Investigation Department, Tyler finds himself working under the command of Gene Hunt ...
Ashley Pharoah (born 13 September 1959) is a British Television writer, co-creator of the successful drama series Life on Mars, which began on BBC One in 2006...Pharoah played rugby for Wimbledon and began his television writing career on the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 1991, on which he worked for four years and where he met co-writer Matthew Graham. He went on in 1994–1995 to contribute five episodes to the popular BBC One drama series Casualty and four episodes to Silent Witness (1996)...In 2006 he formed Monastic Productions with Matthew Graham. Monastic Productions is involved in the Life on Mars spin-off Ashes to Ashes and co-produced Bonekickers, a six-part drama series about archaeology, set in Bath, Somerset...
Upon Sam "Tyler" awaking in 1973, he finds himself on a building site, beneath a large advertising board, proclaiming the construction of a new motorway, the Mancunian Way. In reality, construction of Mancunian Way was completed in 1967. According to Matthew Graham, writing in the Radio Times, the error was deliberate. "We knew that this road was built in the 1960s, but we took a bit of artistic licence." Minor historical anachronisms such as this are present throughout Life on Mars. Some, as above, were made out of artistic licence whilst others were deliberately inserted to confuse the issue of whether Sam Tyler was in a coma, mad or really back in time...In the final episode of Ashes to Ashes it is revealed that the world of Life on Mars/Ashes to Ashes is in fact a Purgatory for dead police officers and that though he too is a dead police officer his role in Purgatory is that of a Guardian, helping the dead to Heaven, ie The Railway Arms pub seen throughout Life on Mars, or Hell. Gene Hunt explains how he only sent Sam into the pub once he was ready, ie at the end of the seven years that Sam "lived" in Purgatory...




Jed Wicklow,a gypsy suspected of car theft, is killed in a car accident that initially appears to be of Gene's doing. However, Dr Battleford, the doctor who attends to the gypsies, displays signs of suspicious behaviour, including giving Gene a Masonic handshake, causing Alex to suspect that there is more to this case than is immediately apparent. Alex follows Gene to a Masonic lodge (whose members include Supermac, Ray and Dr Battleford) and witnesses his initiation. Gene later reveals that he joined the lodge because he knows Supermac is corrupt and can only deal with it from the inside. Chris tries to find the right time for a very important proposal. A gypsy fortune-teller tells Gene that his power will be taken by Tyler, this is later revealed to refer to Ray who acts as Tyler to the Masonic lodge...

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Old 19-08-2012, 02:11 AM   #27
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Old 19-08-2012, 07:55 PM   #28
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Arrow K9 Chess

The Doctor and K9 are engaged in a pleasant game of chess. It can't last long!



This BBC clip is taken from "The Sunmakers" and stars Tom Baker as Doctor Who...
The inhabitants of Pluto in the far future are taxed to desperation, not least the functionary Cordo, who is so overwhelmed by the size of his tax bill that he decides to take his own life by jumping from the roof of one of the vast Megropolis tower blocks. He is interrupted by the arrival of the Doctor and Leela from the TARDIS, who save him from his chosen fate, and discover that false suns have been created around Pluto to provide the ability for some of mankind to live...

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The first posts in this topic seemed somewhat interesting, but now I'm thinking that you are just trying to list everything on YouTube or in your mind that you persieve as containing a reference to the word square. I don't see for the life of me the conection between the dashboard knobs in Ultimate Force and secret societies. Could you not try to "enlighten" us instead of just pouring out irrelevant videos all he time?
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Old 20-08-2012, 12:36 PM   #30
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K is the 11th letter of the ISO basic Latin alphabet....



In the NATO phonetic alphabet, the digit 9 is called "Niner"...woof woof...give the dog a bone...


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Old 21-08-2012, 06:47 PM   #31
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Arrow St George Never Forgets


“The spilled water does not look before flowing, and cannot be retrieved easily.”


Mon Cloche...

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1960s & 70s TV commercials by celebrities before they were famous, this TV commercials compilation includes Robert De Niro - AMC Ambassador (1969) Farrah Fawcett - Union 76 (1972) Dustin Hoffman - Volkswagon (1966) Kim Basinger - Bright Side Shampoo (1972) Lindsay Wagner - Twice as Nice Shampoo (1967) John Travolta - US Army (1973) Cybill Shepherd - Cover Girl (1969)...

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Wogan was a chat show on British television from 1981 until 1992, hosted by Terry Wogan. It followed the format of a series broadcast in 1980 entitled What's On Wogan?, which failed to gather viewers. The Wogan show was initially broadcast on Tuesday evenings on BBC1 in 1981 and from 1982 to 1984, it moved into the Parkinson slot on Saturday nights. From here, it was moved to weekday evenings at 7pm, where it remained, three nights per week, from 1985 to 1992. It was replaced by the soap opera Eldorado...
The show was generally broadcast live from BBC Television Theatre in Shepherd's Bush, London until 1991. It was then broadcast from the BBC Television Centre. Some shows were pre-recorded, but broadcast unedited, 'as live'...
David Bowie refusing to co-operate during an interview. As Wogan put it, he "would not speak ... or at least not sensibly ... he will never know how close he came to a slap on live television". Most notably, Wogan asked Bowie (appearing with Tin Machine) "I suppose that's not a real guitar." to which Bowie countered "No Terry, it's my lunch". Part of Bowie's displeasure was that BBC policy forced him to mime "You Belong in Rock 'n' Roll" instead of singing live...


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Lightbulb Not tonight Josephine

Sunsilk is a hair care brand, primarily aimed at women, produced by the Unilever group, which is now considered the world's leading company in hair conditioning and the second largest in shampoo. Sunsilk is Unilever’s leading hair care brand, and ranks as one of the Anglo-Dutch conglomerate's “billion dollar brands". Sunsilk shampoos, conditioners and other hair care products are sold in 69 countries worldwide...Sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS) is an anionic surfactant (detergent) which is included as a foaming agent (to clean and make bubbles) in a huge variety of commonly used products. These include shampoos, soaps, face and body washes, toothpaste, washing up & laundry detergents and also industrial cleansing chemicals such as engine degreasers.SLS is commonly used in research laboratories as the standard ingredient (upon which all other substances are compared to) for irritating the skin...SLS can damage the delicate mucosal membranes in the mouth, causing the separation of epithelial layers from the mucosa...SLS can penetrate the cornea of the eye (even if absorbed through the skin), accumulate readily and is released slowly...The effects of SLS become more harsh with increasing temperature...

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The first posts in this topic seemed somewhat interesting, but now I'm thinking that you are just trying to list everything on YouTube or in your mind that you persieve as containing a reference to the word square. I don't see for the life of me the conection between the dashboard knobs in Ultimate Force and secret societies. Could you not try to "enlighten" us instead of just pouring out irrelevant videos all he time?
Your wasting your time bd. Linkbomber is allowed to ruin this forum for many it appears
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MTV, originally an initialism of Music Television, is an American cable television channel based in New York City that launched on August 1, 1981. The original purpose of the channel was to play music videos guided by on-air hosts known as VJs. Today, MTV primarily broadcasts a variety of reality and scripted television programs targeted at adolescents and young adults...Programme,a specially arranged selection of things to be done what's the programme for this evening?
The movie will begin in five moments The mindless voice announced All those unseated will await the next show. We filed slowly, languidly into the hall The auditorium was vast and silent As we seated and were darkened, the voice continued. The program for this evening is not new You've seen this entertainment through and through You've seen your birth your life and death you might recall all of the rest Did you have a good world when you died? Enough to base a movie on?

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Abbacadabra is the name of a French children's musical based on songs from the pop group ABBA, originally produced for French television in 1983 by Alain and Daniel Boublil, but which was later also transferred to an English stage version and two other television programs...Abbacadabra was originally broadcast on the French TV channel TF1 over Christmas, 1983...A Dutch version of this musical was recorded at the end of 1984 with José Hoebee and Marga Scheide (of Dutch girl group 'Luv') and aired on TV in 1985...For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father...

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Hey I know what what lets make wars and then make TV programmes out of other peoples misery...
Colditz is a British television series co-produced by the BBC and Universal Studios and screened between 1972 and 1974.

The series deals with Allied prisoners of war imprisoned at the supposedly escape-proof Colditz Castle when designated Oflag IV-C during World War II, and their many attempts to escape captivity, as well as the relationships formed between the various nationalities and their German captors.

Colditz was created by Brian Degas working with the producer Gerard Glaister, who went on to devise another successful BBC series dealing with the Second World War — Secret Army. Technical consultant for the series was Major Pat Reid, the real British Escape Officer at Colditz. One of the locations used in filming was Stirling Castle.


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'Allo 'Allo! is a British sitcom broadcast on BBC One from 1982 to 1992 comprising eighty-five episodes. The story is set up in a small town café in Nazi-occupied France during World War II. It is a parody of another BBC programme, the wartime drama Secret Army. 'Allo, 'Allo! was created by David Croft, who also wrote the theme music, and Jeremy Lloyd. Lloyd and Croft wrote the first six series. The remaining series were written by Lloyd and Paul Adam. In 2004, 'Allo 'Allo came 13th in Britain's Best Sitcom. A reunion special, comprising new material, archive clips and specially recorded interviews, was broadcast on 28 April 2007 on BBC Two...

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