Off ill today
DVD player kept busy
Now in the player
And for later tonight
You poor poor penguin. Talking of the poor (allegedly) the last of 'On The Breadline'. The criminal lad, despite Austin Healeys help finally went off the rails. That was not helped by some very poor parenting when he did finally return home, to being screamed at and physically thrown back out again.
It turns out that the Spice Girl stayed out for the evening when she went to the gym, so she deserves some of the criticism directed at her. But you have to admire, in a twisted sort of way, the confidence of a family who have not got a shred of work ethic amongst them, to criticise someone who has seriously made something of her life.
Trini and Lilly Allen's dad had more success and hopefully there will be action to rehouse the people who they were with. Other than that I doubt very much any of the celebrities will have made any real difference.
Messed up movie but brilliant
For any football fans, the link to watch Oldham vs Leeds, this afternnon at 1715 for free on the FA website is lower down the page
Was hoping there would be a FTA(free to air) european satellite feed for this match somewhere or on one of my foriegn subs packages, but as of yet none are listed.......really dont want to watch it via interweb streaming ,it's just not the same.
Oh well, just settling down for the Spur's Vs Sunderland match.
Later will be the Haye Vs Valuev WBC title fight.
Isnt the interweb brilliant! Apart from problems logging into the FA site, so I missed the first 10 minutes, I watched Leeds beat Oldham 2 - 0. Then on You Tube this morning I have watched some of the Haye vs Valuev fight, which was frankly very dull. Stallone vs Lundgren was much better.
James May's Toy Stories-Meccano
Generation Kill on CH4 is very good, and have been watching britains most digusting food on BBC 3, just goes to show you what rubbish they but in your food to make a quick buck.
Not watching it until 8PM this evening but... Top Gear on HD!
It's actually on at 9pm, but i'll be watching it on BBC HD too,and can't wait to see how it looks.
I'm currently into the new version of "The Prisoner" on HD (big fan of the original as well).
Started watching a lot of comedy shows at the moment for some reason!
Can't live without my weekly fix of the funniest show on TV right now, "Two and a half men".
Also enjoyed catching up on TV Burp with Harry Hill and the new Jimmy Carr DVD "Telling Jokes".
Together with the late, great Bob Monkhouse, I think they are the funniest comedians of all time, (with Mr.Everard coming in a close fourth place methinks!).
I love the rapid-fire delivery of their one liners that make me crack up
The James May's toys series has been genius. The Scalextrics around the original Brooklands track was fantastic to watch and yet another world record.