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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Tales from the coast with Robson Green

    I think Robson Green really brings enthusiasm to all that he does and comes across a genuine grounded chap (in media interviews). I find Neil Oliver a very, pleasant, interesting and authoritive presenter - would not want to go on the piss with him though.

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    Default Re: Tales from the coast with Robson Green

    Quote Originally Posted by Kelpie View Post
    I'm not the biggest Robson Green fan, but he's far more palatable than Neil-speaks-through-gritted-teeth-Oliver any day of the week.
    I quite like Neil, it's Professor Horton's delivery that I find distracting.
    Cynical Scots engineer.

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    Default Re: Tales from the coast with Robson Green

    Quote Originally Posted by Kelpie View Post
    I'm not the biggest Robson Green fan, but he's far more palatable than Neil-speaks-through-gritted-teeth-Oliver any day of the week.
    +1 about Neil Oliver. And I'm not a Scoto-phobe.
    Ah, yes, just seen your post about Prof H. Bleah!
    Kay Sarah Sarah
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    Default Re: Tales from the coast with Robson Green

    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Wilson View Post
    Why, WHY do programme makers/camera-persons think that speeded-up shots (people walking, vehicles, planes landing etc etc) contributes anything to the point of the item?
    If they haven't time for normal movement, leave it out completely.
    I advise you to not watch "The Lake District- A wild year" on BBC2. Around 95% of footage is speeded up! Some of it with that toy town out of focus effect.
    "We sit in the mud... And reach for the stars" Ivan Turgenev
    Mirage 2700 & W25 sat in mud

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    Default Re: Tales from the coast with Robson Green

    Quote Originally Posted by Kelpie View Post
    I'm not the biggest Robson Green fan, but he's far more palatable than Neil-speaks-through-gritted-teeth-Oliver any day of the week.
    +2

    Whatever happened to that nice Nick Crane?
    "We sit in the mud... And reach for the stars" Ivan Turgenev
    Mirage 2700 & W25 sat in mud

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    Default Re: Tales from the coast with Robson Green

    Quote Originally Posted by Mud View Post
    +2

    Whatever happened to that nice Nick Crane?
    Currently President of the RGS.

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    Default Re: Tales from the coast with Robson Green

    Quote Originally Posted by Mud View Post
    I advise you to not watch "The Lake District- A wild year" on BBC2. Around 95% of footage is speeded up! Some of it with that toy town out of focus effect.
    +1
    Such a waste of effort to watch it. I lasted a few minutes into the first episode.
    Great shame.
    Bah !!
    Kay Sarah Sarah
    5751.42' N 529.44' W

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