For you Brits out there.

Discussion in 'Green Room' started by ming, May 16, 2004.

  1. ming

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    I have/want to share this with my fellow Brits. There is a Programme on TV tonight on BBC1 at 22:15. It's called "London under Attack" and I believe it will address certain issues about a possible Terrorist Attack on the UK and London.

    Note: I'm not trying to scare anyone, just notifying those who may be interested in watching it. :)
     
  2. Glaanieboy

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    I am Dutch, can I watch it too?
     
  3. ming

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    Glaanieboy, you changed your reply quick time....thought you taking the cheese!! :p
     
  4. Khayman

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    If you can get BBC 1 you can :)
     
  5. Lee

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    A load of b.s. rhetoric mustered up by the labour party and it's sicko policies.

    I will be watching ''Coupling'' BBC3 new series.

    When they remove all the fake asylum seekers, illegal immigrants and muslim extremeists, make asylum illegal and get rid of human rights policy then I will not have to pay £10 a month in paying my TV licence bill to fund rhetoric like that.

    When the UK independence party get in next election then we will have a proud way of life.
    I would rather pay £10 and see the first saucy lesbian scene in ''Coupling'' tonight, aight. :)
     
  6. ming

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    lol...
    We don't even have to pay for the damn TV licence if the BBC opted for advertising. Dumb fools!!
     
  7. Glaanieboy

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    Uhuh? Whaddjasay?
     
  8. Teddy

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    "Be very careful when you tune in to this edition of Panorama, or you could be fooled into thinking that Britain's in the midst of a national crisis after a string of terrorist attacks on London.

    The programme makes extensive use of BBC News personnel, logos and "breaking news" banners to illustrate a terrifying doomsday scenario – a series of explosions on the London Underground and a chlorine gas attack.

    With experts from the emergency, security and medical services, it asks just how prepared we are for such a deadly onslaught.

    As you might expect, the answer seems to be "not very".

    Just how will the emergency services be able to communicate with one another as they attempt to rescue potentially many hundreds of injured people from crowded Tube trains?

    How can hospitals be expected to cope with enormous numbers of casualties suffering very specific injuries? And, above ground, how can police keep the capital's traffic from suffering a chaotic meltdown as thousands of people abandon their cars in fear and panic?

    None of the experts seems terribly hopeful that devastation on such an unprecedented scale could be dealt with appropriately."
     
  9. ming

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    Something like... "I'm gona watch it :yes:"

    I'm 100% sure of the '...watch it :yes:' bit... :p
     
  10. Lee

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    Porridge aint my favourite breakfast, if you catch my drift. I will ask for a rebate when they go adverts.
     
  11. Khayman

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    i'd rather pay than have adverts
     
  12. Evil Marge

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    What a waste of the licence fee these programmes are,I think we can all figure out that we wouldn't cope :rolleyes:
     
  13. ming

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    I'd rather pay for sky rather than the BBC.. they show crap all the time... the only good thing is probably the evening news.
     
  14. Evil Marge

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    And sky show repeats all the time.
     
  15. ming

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    um.. for the sports.. the sports.. :D

    I don't have sky so I don't know what is repeated and what's not.
     
  16. Lee

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    I got sky now that is stuffed with adverts. As adverts come on 1 frequency, you flick over to another frequency and it's adverts, they're all in sync.
     
  17. Evil Marge

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    You know how much it is to have sky sports?? It's ridiculous :eek:
    I don't have it either,I have freeview.

    We watch the sports on an old satillite dish on the foreign channels ,it's free then ;)
     
  18. Lee

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    Had freeview once, now satellite. Not unhappy, but it expensive.
     
  19. Lee

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    Did you guys just see coupling, TOUCH DOWN wahooooooooooo!!!