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Anne of Green Gables (1979), an anime by Isao Takahata (co-founder of Studio Ghibli) and part of the World Masterpiece series. A thoroughly beautiful adaptation, 10/10. Finished it about 6 months ago and haven't watched any new series since Ermm
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I've been watching The Curse of Oak Island in recent days. I like that they have archaeologists and a geoscientist involved now. It's more interesting to see their work than the so-called "theorists" that keep bringing up the Knights Templar and Freemasons and stuff. Kind of wish they would do a giant, large scale archaeological dig on this island instead of drilling holes trying to find a treasure and wandering around with a metal detector finding nails and oxen shoes. I guess a large-scale dig of that nature would make this less interesting TV though. The recent dig of a stone road found in a nearby swamp is the closest they've come to something of this size.
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Originally posted by Gentle and Giant Gentle and Giant wrote:

Finished Series 1 of Succession last night. Brilliant all round, really enjoyed it.

Yep and Season 2 is even better Smile , Season 3 was ready for filming last year until a certain global pandemic got in the way. Still, its good to know it's happening (Succession not the pandemic!)
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Originally posted by richardh richardh wrote:

Originally posted by Gentle and Giant Gentle and Giant wrote:

Finished Series 1 of Succession last night. Brilliant all round, really enjoyed it.

Yep and Season 2 is even better Smile , Season 3 was ready for filming last year until a certain global pandemic got in the way. Still, its good to know it's happening (Succession not the pandemic!)

I'm on Season 2 now. Blimey, it really is good. It's hard to watch sometimes, in a cringeworthy way - but that's down to how excellently the actors play their roles. I wonder too if there is some ad-lib going on as it seems so natural. Matthew Macfadyen is immense in this.
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