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    Merry Christmas!



    Does anyone have last week's BBC 1 Oliver Twist? I'd love to see how Timothy Spall handled Fagin.



    Cheers

    Richard

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    Don't panic!



    It's all being repeated again for the third - or is it fourth - time starting at 3:30 this afternoon.



    Starry x.

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    Good news!

    Only trouble is I'm a bit out of range of the BBC transmitters....

    Still, I might shimmy up a palm tree with a coat hanger and see if I can pick up BBC1!





    Richard

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    name='maturin']Good news!

    Only trouble is I'm a bit out of range of the BBC transmitters....

    Still, I might shimmy up a palm tree with a coat hanger and see if I can pick up BBC1!





    Richard


    Sorry, maturin! I think I've had too much sugar over the last few days and I didn't notice your location - and, of course, a lot of people now pick up BBC all over the world.

    I haven't watched this - although, out of all of the casting, I would imagine that Timothy Spall was great as Fagin - especially if he plays it as he does Wormtail in 'Harry Potter'!



    I do wish you luck in getting a copy of one sort or another.



    Starry x.

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    Thanks anyway Starry!

    Yes, every cable company except mine has the BBC - but I do get endless Van Dam / Deisel action movies, endless mindless soaps and lots of wrestling with mine, so I shouldn't complain. I though Spall was brilliant in Topsy-Turvey and in Pierrepoint and so I have high hopes of his Fagin.

    The forum hasn't failed me yet!

    Thanks again and Merry Christmas

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    Well, I just finished recording the omnibus editions of Oliver Twist, but have yet to archive it to dvd.

    If you'd like a copy of it when I'm done probably sometime over the weekend, let me know either by reply or pm.

    Regards

    Bill

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    I've recorded last weeks individual episodes, although still to transfer to DVD.



    Was the omnibus edition any different?



    Maturin, let me know if you would like a copy.



    Mike



    name='BillTurner80']Well, I just finished recording the omnibus editions of Oliver Twist, but have yet to archive it to dvd.

    If you'd like a copy of it when I'm done probably sometime over the weekend, let me know either by reply or pm.

    Regards

    Bill

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    To be honest, I didn't actually see the individual episodes, but thought I would give the omnibuses (omnibi?) a go, so I don't know if they're different.

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    name='maturin']Good news!

    Only trouble is I'm a bit out of range of the BBC transmitters....

    Still, I might shimmy up a palm tree with a coat hanger and see if I can pick up BBC1!





    Richard


    You might try Googling UKNOVA - it's downloadable from there at the moment, before the DVD comes out...



    Smudge

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    The forum has come through once again and a copy is on its way to me - many thanks to everyone

    Richard

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