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Happy 80th Birthday Sir Cliff Richard
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#202234
MCR

Happy 80th Birthday Sir Cliff Richard 6 Months, 1 Week ago  
Lovely interview here

 
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#202264
Green Man

Re:Happy 80th Birthday Sir Cliff Richard 6 Months, 1 Week ago  
Yet the BBC still don't seem that capologetic.

I hope Cliff has bought his archive footage from the Beeb.

Maybe JK could buy Entertainment USA and release on his own distribution label.🤔
 
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robbiex

Re:Happy 80th Birthday Sir Cliff Richard 6 Months ago  
Green Man wrote:
Yet the BBC still don't seem that capologetic.

I hope Cliff has bought his archive footage from the Beeb.

Maybe JK could buy Entertainment USA and release on his own distribution label.🤔


Consider how much coverage there was of Lennon at 80 (who has been dead for 40 years), you would have thought that there would be more coverage of Cliff. I know that he isn't quite as influential as Lennon, but he is still with us and deserves more respect.

As regards Entertainment USA. I enjoyed it back in the day, after top of the pops on a thursday, but it was very much of its time, and doesn't have a lot of relevance now, much like old episodes of Not the Nine O'click news. Regardless of sex offence convictions I don't think there would be much of a market for this sort of show. Even back in the day, I don't think it was ever repeated, its a topical show and doesn't really work when repeated years later.
 
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Green Man

Re:Happy 80th Birthday Sir Cliff Richard 5 Months, 4 Weeks ago  
robbiex wrote:
Green Man wrote:
Yet the BBC still don't seem that capologetic.

I hope Cliff has bought his archive footage from the Beeb.

Maybe JK could buy Entertainment USA and release on his own distribution label.🤔


Consider how much coverage there was of Lennon at 80 (who has been dead for 40 years), you would have thought that there would be more coverage of Cliff. I know that he isn't quite as influential as Lennon, but he is still with us and deserves more respect.

As regards Entertainment USA. I enjoyed it back in the day, after top of the pops on a thursday, but it was very much of its time, and doesn't have a lot of relevance now, much like old episodes of Not the Nine O'click news. Regardless of sex offence convictions I don't think there would be much of a market for this sort of show. Even back in the day, I don't think it was ever repeated, its a topical show and doesn't really work when repeated years later.


I revisited Seinfeld during lockdown haven't seen it for years again I gave up midway season 1. The topics are dated and I forgot most of them, I had to think hard then I remembered the event or person; it was more of a history lesson depsite living and working in New York.

I seen segments of Not Nine O'clock News it was amusing but during the tenure of it again I was not in the UK, so I can't comment too much on it. I cringed when I first saw Young Ones in the early 1990's on VHS.
 
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#203049
Rick

Re:Happy 80th Birthday Sir Cliff Richard 5 Months, 1 Week ago  
Green Man wrote:
robbiex wrote:
Green Man wrote:
Yet the BBC still don't seem that capologetic.

I hope Cliff has bought his archive footage from the Beeb.

Maybe JK could buy Entertainment USA and release on his own distribution label.🤔


Consider how much coverage there was of Lennon at 80 (who has been dead for 40 years), you would have thought that there would be more coverage of Cliff. I know that he isn't quite as influential as Lennon, but he is still with us and deserves more respect.

As regards Entertainment USA. I enjoyed it back in the day, after top of the pops on a thursday, but it was very much of its time, and doesn't have a lot of relevance now, much like old episodes of Not the Nine O'click news. Regardless of sex offence convictions I don't think there would be much of a market for this sort of show. Even back in the day, I don't think it was ever repeated, its a topical show and doesn't really work when repeated years later.


I revisited Seinfeld during lockdown haven't seen it for years again I gave up midway season 1. The topics are dated and I forgot most of them, I had to think hard then I remembered the event or person; it was more of a history lesson depsite living and working in New York.



That's ridiculous. You gave up before the show really found itself - one of the greatest sitcoms there's ever been. Try starting at season three.
 
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Green Man

Re:Happy 80th Birthday Sir Cliff Richard 5 Months, 1 Week ago  
Rick wrote:
Green Man wrote:
robbiex wrote:
Green Man wrote:
Yet the BBC still don't seem that capologetic.

I hope Cliff has bought his archive footage from the Beeb.

Maybe JK could buy Entertainment USA and release on his own distribution label.🤔


Consider how much coverage there was of Lennon at 80 (who has been dead for 40 years), you would have thought that there would be more coverage of Cliff. I know that he isn't quite as influential as Lennon, but he is still with us and deserves more respect.

As regards Entertainment USA. I enjoyed it back in the day, after top of the pops on a thursday, but it was very much of its time, and doesn't have a lot of relevance now, much like old episodes of Not the Nine O'click news. Regardless of sex offence convictions I don't think there would be much of a market for this sort of show. Even back in the day, I don't think it was ever repeated, its a topical show and doesn't really work when repeated years later.


I revisited Seinfeld during lockdown haven't seen it for years again I gave up midway season 1. The topics are dated and I forgot most of them, I had to think hard then I remembered the event or person; it was more of a history lesson depsite living and working in New York.



That's ridiculous. You gave up before the show really found itself - one of the greatest sitcoms there's ever been. Try starting at season three.


Too late, as I have shipped the DVD's to Canada. I just found it dated, despite watching it weekly in America from day one and loved every epiosde. I wish A Minute With Stan Hooper had time to mature but was axed just after a few weeks.
 
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Rick

Re:Happy 80th Birthday Sir Cliff Richard 4 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Green Man wrote:
Rick wrote:
Green Man wrote:
robbiex wrote:
Green Man wrote:
Yet the BBC still don't seem that capologetic.

I hope Cliff has bought his archive footage from the Beeb.

Maybe JK could buy Entertainment USA and release on his own distribution label.🤔


Consider how much coverage there was of Lennon at 80 (who has been dead for 40 years), you would have thought that there would be more coverage of Cliff. I know that he isn't quite as influential as Lennon, but he is still with us and deserves more respect.

As regards Entertainment USA. I enjoyed it back in the day, after top of the pops on a thursday, but it was very much of its time, and doesn't have a lot of relevance now, much like old episodes of Not the Nine O'click news. Regardless of sex offence convictions I don't think there would be much of a market for this sort of show. Even back in the day, I don't think it was ever repeated, its a topical show and doesn't really work when repeated years later.


I revisited Seinfeld during lockdown haven't seen it for years again I gave up midway season 1. The topics are dated and I forgot most of them, I had to think hard then I remembered the event or person; it was more of a history lesson depsite living and working in New York.



That's ridiculous. You gave up before the show really found itself - one of the greatest sitcoms there's ever been. Try starting at season three.


Too late, as I have shipped the DVD's to Canada. I just found it dated, despite watching it weekly in America from day one and loved every epiosde. I wish A Minute With Stan Hooper had time to mature but was axed just after a few weeks.


Hello, Newman.
 
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Green Man

Re:Happy 80th Birthday Sir Cliff Richard 4 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Rick wrote:
Green Man wrote:
Rick wrote:
Green Man wrote:
robbiex wrote:
Green Man wrote:
Yet the BBC still don't seem that capologetic.

I hope Cliff has bought his archive footage from the Beeb.

Maybe JK could buy Entertainment USA and release on his own distribution label.🤔


Consider how much coverage there was of Lennon at 80 (who has been dead for 40 years), you would have thought that there would be more coverage of Cliff. I know that he isn't quite as influential as Lennon, but he is still with us and deserves more respect.

As regards Entertainment USA. I enjoyed it back in the day, after top of the pops on a thursday, but it was very much of its time, and doesn't have a lot of relevance now, much like old episodes of Not the Nine O'click news. Regardless of sex offence convictions I don't think there would be much of a market for this sort of show. Even back in the day, I don't think it was ever repeated, its a topical show and doesn't really work when repeated years later.


I revisited Seinfeld during lockdown haven't seen it for years again I gave up midway season 1. The topics are dated and I forgot most of them, I had to think hard then I remembered the event or person; it was more of a history lesson depsite living and working in New York.



That's ridiculous. You gave up before the show really found itself - one of the greatest sitcoms there's ever been. Try starting at season three.


Too late, as I have shipped the DVD's to Canada. I just found it dated, despite watching it weekly in America from day one and loved every epiosde. I wish A Minute With Stan Hooper had time to mature but was axed just after a few weeks.


Hello, Newman.


I have booked Christopher Cross. (If only)
 
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