Monday, 24 October 2011

I Can Not Believe It!

it is Sunday already!

 so where else for Sunday lunch? the Punch & Judy,

  I tucked into a duck wrap, well half of one, Diana and myself shared it,

 then the main course, roast lamb with Yorkshire pudding, 'Cheers!',

 then home to relax, Diana was chatting to her family in the Philippines,

whilst I put my feet up to catch a few ZZZZZZZ's whilst watching The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc, in 1412, a young girl called Jeanne is born in Domrémy, France, the times are hard, the Hundred Years war with England has been going on since 1337, English knights and soldiers roam the country, she is called to go to war, after the successful liberation of Orléans and Reims, the Dauphin can be crowned traditionally in the cathedral of Reims - and does not need her anymore, since his wishes are satisfied, Jeanne d'Arc gets set up in his trap and is imprisoned by the Burgundians who then sold her to the English,

Beneath the Planet of the Apes was next second in the series, astronaut Brent is sent to rescue Taylor but crash lands on the Planet of the Apes, just like Taylor did in the original film, has any thing changed?

we watched the second and last DVD of Life, stunningly filmed, at the end of each section there is a short film about the making of that section, fascinating in itself seeing the skills some of the cameramen had,

we are still hopeless at figuring out who did it in Midsomer Murders, but they are great fun to watch, tonight They Seek Him Here, DCI Barnaby and DS Jones investigate the murder of Nick Chaney, the director of a low-budget film about the French Revolution and the Scarlet Pimpernel, being filmed at Magna Manor, He is found on his film set having been decapitated in the guillotine, he will not be the last to be found that way, I have mentioned before about the Billingham bags and the game we play when we see one normally in a travel programme, sometimes in Midsomer Murder, well in in this episode there were two! a 555 the same as mine and a Classic 550, with the end pockets, with that we were off to bed.

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