Sunday TV of some interest

  sunnypete 17:44 10 Jan 14
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Has anyone noted the up-coming battle between the dancer and the singer?...

  rdave13 18:07 10 Jan 14
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No I haven't. I look at the news and Top Gear when it's on. Otherwise the TV is really a waste of time for me.

  Woolwell 18:34 10 Jan 14

I've no idea about what you are referring to. I shall watch Sherlock.

  N47. 18:40 10 Jan 14

"Sunday TV of some interest"

Yes there is.

newcastle united v manchester city

stoke v liverpool

inverness cali thistle v dundee unt

england v australia ODI

san diego v denver NFL

I shall have to plan the schedule carefully.

  wiz-king 19:14 10 Jan 14

absolutely of no interest.

  sunnypete 19:33 10 Jan 14

Perhaps my posting was too cryptic for you...Family Fortunes on ITV?

  Mr Mistoffelees 21:01 10 Jan 14

On Sunday evening I will be participating in this weekend's beta test of The Elder Scrolls Online. For me the television will be redundant this weekend.

  rdave13 21:19 10 Jan 14

Family Fortunes still going then? Must be thirty years or more when it first started.

  Woolwell 21:25 10 Jan 14

I hadn't even noticed Family Fortunes was on let alone the participants.

  Mr Mistoffelees 21:28 10 Jan 14

"Family Fortunes still going then? Must be thirty years or more when it first started."

I think it is about 30 years since I last watched it.

  Woolwell 21:28 10 Jan 14

Now I realise that singer = Paul Potts, dancer (questionably) = Anne Widdecombe.

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