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Week 40 – ‘The Nyssa Challenge’ UPDATED


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We’re drawing close to the end of 2021. As we approach the end of the year, it’s time to take another look at ‘Arc of Infinity’, one of my favourite ‘Doctor Who’ stories featuring the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa and Tegan, starring Peter Davison, Sarah Sutton and Janet Fielding. I originally shared my review on the TV adventure back in October 2016. Continue reading

‘The Brittas Empire’ – Series 2 REVIEWED

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In the UK, we’re still in lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic – please keep safe! I’ve been keeping myself busy in the meantime and that includes adding my reviews on Series 2 of the BBC comedy TV series ‘The Brittas Empire’. I’ve enjoyed watching and reviewing the seven episodes of Series 2 and I’m looking forward to reviewing Series 3 next. Continue reading

Christmas DVD Box Set Review – ‘Allo ‘Allo!’

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“Listen very carefully! I shall say this only once.”

Yes! I’ve seen the complete series of the BBC sitcom ‘Allo, ‘Allo’, starring Gordon Kaye as René Artois and Carmen Silvera as Edith, René’s wife. This was the Christmas present I gave to my Dad last year. My parents and I spent about three months watching this comedy series and we’ve enjoyed it! Continue reading

Quick DVD Box Set Review – ‘It Ain’t Half Hot Mum’


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♪ “Meet the gang cos the boys are here; The boys to entertain you; With music and laughter to help you on your way; To raising the rafters with a hey, hey, hey…” ♫

My parents and I have just finished atching the complete DVD box set of ‘It An’t Half Hot Mum’! This was a Christmas present I gave to Dad last year and I’m amazed we’ve finished all the episodes over a month! My parents have really enjoyed this comedy series and I’m pretty pleased about that! Continue reading