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    Default Maiden on telly

    For those like me that haven't seen it, the Tracy Edwards doco is on BBC4 at 9pm tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newtothis View Post
    For those like me that haven't seen it, the Tracy Edwards doco is on BBC4 at 9pm tonight.
    I went to see it at the Cinema when it came out - excellent documentary.

    Is there a legal way to record for later viewing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scruff View Post
    I went to see it at the Cinema when it came out - excellent documentary.

    Is there a legal way to record for later viewing?
    Should be on I Player
    Real men do it two handed

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    Default Re: Maiden on telly

    Or you could buy a DVD from Amazon.
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Maiden-DVD-...TKT/ref=sr_1_2

    I have recently (a couple of days ago) bought a copy from Amazon USA.

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    I thought it was a fab documentary. I followed the Maidens race with great interest when I was learning my sailing trade and found them a great motivating force.

    It's got some excellent moments of mysogenistic old duffers looking somewhat chagrined by their success and helps one realise how much the world has moved on. BZ Tracey.

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    Barry Phillips showed me Maiden’s binnacle compass (a Rigel Poseidon) on his bench for repair when I called on him to collect mine. It was more than somewhat manky. I’m very glad the boat has been recovered and refitted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scruff View Post
    I went to see it at the Cinema when it came out - excellent documentary.

    Is there a legal way to record for later viewing?
    I'm about to programme it into my Freeview PVR for that purpose...

    Mike.

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    Thanks to the OP for posting this. I look forward to seeing this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scruff View Post
    I went to see it at the Cinema when it came out - excellent documentary.

    Is there a legal way to record for later viewing?
    Same way as you would record anything else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doris View Post
    Should be on I Player
    Not sure it will; it is listed as a documentary film in Radio Times and others have said it was in the cinema. I thought iPlayer was for BBC productions?

    BTW my PVR offers to record the "whole series", but it is very unreliable on such matters!

    Mike.

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