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    One of my current favourite TV programmes is 'Ancient Aliens'. It always makes me feel better to sneer at the gullible fools who believe in that kind of rubbish.

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    To be fair, I'm not much of a TV watcher, apart from news bulletins. I prefer a good book.
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    I will admit to watching Taggart when it's on and I'll also watch The Sweeney if it's on during the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rebbonk View Post
    I will admit to watching Taggart when it's on and I'll also watch The Sweeney if it's on during the day.
    I've been watching 'Hetty Wainthrop Iinvestigates
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    JESSE STONE, based upon books by Robert B. Parker. I've just bought the first book in the series called Night Passage (American cop mysteries.) for 1.50 brand new.


    I buy my books from ABE books .com at amazing prices.Some are new and anything from 99p
    SOME HAVE BEEN USED, WHICH IS NO WORSE THAN HAVING A LIBRARY BOOK.
    Bought all my J B PRIESTLY from them.mostly new reprints from around 2.00 each.

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    I've used ABE books before. I bought a Ken Wallis (autogyro designer) book from them. Not only was it unread, it was a signed copy. - I was more than pleased.
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    I'm working my way through the 1st series of 'Star Trek: Discovery' at the minute. It's the best spin off of the franchise I've seen - a lot better then the bland, sanitised rubbish that's been produced previously (although 'Enterprise' was quite good).

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    None of the Star Trek programmes worked for me. I don't know why as when the original series was aired I was still an avid sci-fi fan.
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