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    Default Timothy spall:all at sea...tonight!

    I love these
    Timothy spall:all at sea
    new series tonight 8.30 BBC 4!

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    Thanks ... Top Post ... otherwise I would have missed it .. !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watson47 View Post
    Thanks ... Top Post ... otherwise I would have missed it .. !


    +1.
    Don't you just love him and his wife is just unbelievable.

    I used to be indecisive, but now I'm not so sure...

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    I'm watching it now. I think I must have missed one series as he's now in Banff. Skipped the Caledonian Canal

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    I won't be going to Banff in a hurry that approach looked hairy

    Saying that lossiemouth looks quite hairy too!
    Last edited by tom_sail; 21-02-12 at 20:09.

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    Not the most tedious programme on the idiot box, but it's on the shortlist.
    Next time, it'll all be different.

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    Nothing wrong with Banff, I have a boat there, its easy. This was a combination of tide, and swell, he should have waited a bit and it would have dropped down. Nice little town, good pubs and restaurants and very sheltered in a northerly gale.
    They don't like it up 'em.

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    Dang, missed it. Will have to watch on Iplayer as was playing chase with him down the east coast last easter. Just missed him at Anstruther (the Harbour Master was very complimentary about his boat handling). Nearly passed him at Eyemouth, he was coming out as we were heading in. Finally passed him at Amble, well the Princess Matilda any way, Timothy had gone home.

    Stuart
    The Witch tapped the broomstick and "Whooosh," they were gone.

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    Default when does he need the RNLI?

    unless I dreamt it, he needs a lifeboat sometime soon - or has this already happened? Pos I saw something about it on Look East TV sometime last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shearwater View Post
    unless I dreamt it, he needs a lifeboat sometime soon - or has this already happened? Pos I saw something about it on Look East TV sometime last year.
    Somewhere the Mudway I think. P*sses me off whining on about being lost when he's got a damn fine chartplotter 2 feet away. Definitely a made-for-grockles production.
    Next time, it'll all be different.

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