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    Default Sunseeker Documentary Tonight 23.15 BBC2

    Worth a watch I reckon

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    Default Re: Sunseeker Documentary Tonight 23.15 BBC2

    A repeat I think but set to record anyway, thanks

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    Default Re: Sunseeker Documentary Tonight 23.15 BBC2

    I've seen something that sounds like this so I'm guessing it's a repeat. That said, if you've not seen it, it's worth a watch.
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    Default Re: Sunseeker Documentary Tonight 23.15 BBC2

    Yep, definitely a repeat, but still worth a second viewing IMO.

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    Default Re: Sunseeker Documentary Tonight 23.15 BBC2

    Good shout. I watched it the first time and it is good.

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    Default Re: Sunseeker Documentary Tonight 23.15 BBC2

    Was on a bit late for me. It's staggering how quickly being dictated to a specific watch time has become a pain compared to 'on demand' (YouTube, NetFlicks, etc). I wonder how long people will continue to tolerate it?

    I suspect that in a few years, the concept of waiting to watch a show at the specific time that it is broadcast will seem absurd.
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    Default Re: Sunseeker Documentary Tonight 23.15 BBC2

    Quote Originally Posted by ari View Post
    Was on a bit late for me. It's staggering how quickly being dictated to a specific watch time has become a pain compared to 'on demand' (YouTube, NetFlicks, etc). I wonder how long people will continue to tolerate it?

    I suspect that in a few years, the concept of waiting to watch a show at the specific time that it is broadcast will seem absurd.
    You need a DVR a Sky / Virgin box and subscription or The BBC IPlayer. Have you just woken up from a 20 year hibernation?

    Itís a good program, and is a repeat.

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    Smile Re: Sunseeker Documentary Tonight 23.15 BBC2

    Excellent. Zing
    Last edited by CHI; 12-07-19 at 13:03.

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    Default Re: Sunseeker Documentary Tonight 23.15 BBC2

    Great documentary - first time I've seen it.

    I was surprised to hear that they can close a sale of the vary largest yachts within few days whereas sales of the smaller boats can take several years! No wonder the market is heading towards larger yachts. Also, 60% of sales going to repeat customers really surprised me for some reason. Maybe that is standard in the industry - but surprising to me that so many customers can live with those hefty new-boat depreciation fines

    For all of you who don't have access to the BBC, you can find a mirror here.
    Last edited by roa312; 13-07-19 at 11:01.

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