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Your TV Tonight

November 8 2005 at 5:30 PM
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8 November ITV1 20.00

As Tom Jones used to sing (and probably still does):

It’s not unusual for mums to say,
“Your father’s gay.”

or

It’s not unusual for kids to hear,
“Your daddy’s queer.”

 
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Re: Your TV Tonight

November 9 2005, 1:48 PM 

9 November BBC1 20.00

Two weeks ago the thin alcoholic one showed us her red cheeks. Will the other one get her substantial tits out for the lads?

 
 
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Re: Your TV Tonight

December 18 2005, 7:09 PM 

18 December ITV1 21.00

Edward Prince of Wales, heir to the British throne, is forced to choose between his kinky doings with an American divorcee and his royal birthright.

 
 
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Re: Your TV Tonight

December 31 2005, 8:56 AM 

This might be one for George:

31 December BBC2 15.05

although the shot of the boy’s bare caned bottom is sometimes edited out.

 
 
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Re: Your TV Tonight

March 20 2006, 2:43 PM 

20 March ITV1 20.00

The word on the street is that Sion Jenkins is slipper-mad.

 
 
Lombard & Wallis Ltd.

Siôn Jenkins

March 20 2006, 5:53 PM 

“But doesn’t every family have a naughty stick?” So said the then 12-year-old Annie Jenkins, daughter of Siôn and Lois Jenkins, when questioned by the Hastings police over her father’s disciplinary methods.

 
 
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Re: Siôn Jenkins

March 20 2006, 8:56 PM 

Sion Jenkins claimed that he did not hit his children, but in a statement made after the programme was recorded, his two youngest daughters said,

“The comments our father made where he denied using corporal punishment against us are not true.”

 
 
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Vaseline and Romping

May 14 2007, 6:16 PM 

Robert Baden-Powell has provided loads of amusement on this Forum previously, and many fun-loving fun-lovers will enjoy:

Monday 14 May 19.00 BBC4

The ‘Radio Times’ has it thus:

A romp (sic) through the history of the scouting movement.

On the same channel at 21.00 today:

‘Ian Hislop’s Scouting for Boys’.

 
 
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How to Look Good Naked

May 22 2007, 10:00 AM 

There are a few, a very few, knicker-fetishists who are drawn to this forum and they will certainly want to tune in to this series which is being shown on Channel 4 on Tuesdays at 20.00.

The presenter, an Oriental, self-styled stylist of an alternative persuasion, with an extraordinarily shaped head, sets out to prove that he can turn some wretched woman who is ashamed of her body into a catwalk queen without the aid of surgery.

Early on in each programme he brings on a line of women, dressed only in bras and knickers, and asks the woman he is going to transform (henceforth known as ‘Vicky’) to estimate her place in the line in terms of grossness. She is always amazed to find that she is not quite the rhinoceros that she thought.

He then gets Vicky to strip to her bra and knickers in a fully-mirrored room. She tells the presenter which parts of her body she doesn’t like (it’s often all of them) and this usually reduces her to tears, giving him a chance for a quick grope. But that’s ok isn’t it? After all, he is gay, so there can be no suggestion of sexual assault.

Continuing to pander to the knicker-fetishists he is then shown rummaging through the poor woman’s underwear drawer, and cuts up the knickers of which he disapproves.

Throughout the programme, there is much poking, probing and rubbing. Vicky’s breasts are referred to as “hooters” or “bangers”, and by the end she is magically transformed and resembles a losing contestant in a glamorous grandmother competition. She waddles down a catwalk and lives happily ever after.

This is one of the most tasteless series ever shown on Channel 4 and whilst our decent, home-loving, family-orientated readers will avoid it, the knicker-fetishists with the aid of DVD recorders will be kept happy for years to come.

The name of the presenter is Gok Wan. This is surely a misprint. The letter k in his first name should be moved to the end of his second.






    
This message has been edited by larry1951 on Jul 6, 2007 6:59 AM


 
 
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The Land of Lost Content

May 27 2007, 8:30 AM 

Tuesday 29 May BBC2 21.00

Part 2 of ‘Andrew Marr’s History of Modern Britain’ features our Honorary Life Member, Christine Keeler.

 
 
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Dear, Dear Johnny

July 3 2007, 7:54 PM 

Lovers of M/m will surely be rising early to see 'Tales of the Unexpected: Galloping Foxley' which is to be shown on ITV3 on Thursday 5 July at 06.00.

 
 
skoolcane

Galloping Foxley

July 4 2007, 1:57 AM 

Well done GB for the tip off - i do remember this one well - will set the video.

SC

Picture clips are here
http://www.archivist.f2s.com/cpa/tv-fiilm/foxley.htm

 
 
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Your TV Tonight

July 4 2007, 8:36 PM 

ITV 3? 0600? Well if you had decided to watch instead of setting the video, you might have been the only viewer!

What a bizarre time to broadcast a programme like this.

 
 
pete b

Galloping foxley

July 6 2007, 1:36 AM 

Wow what a nostalgic gem, I dont know if I ever saw this one when i was young. I set the DVD recorder as I was in snoozeland !!. The lad bending over so realisticly portrayed.
Thanks for advising us of its showing.

 
 
skoolcane

Re: Your TV Tonight

July 6 2007, 6:46 AM 

It was first shown in 1980.

As you say Gogglebox does a great service in the tip off dept.

SC

 
 
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The Seventh Veil

August 1 2007, 10:55 AM 

BBC2 Saturday 4 August Midnight

In which thirty-six-year-old Ann Todd playing the part of a fourteen-year-old schoolgirl begs not to be caned on the hand, but to no avail.

 
 
skoolcane

Thanks

August 3 2007, 6:56 PM 

Thanks GB - as always you are on the ball.
It is appreciated
SC

 
 
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The Children's Hour

September 18 2007, 6:44 PM 

This is being shown again on Channel 4. It’s at 13.30 on Wednesday 26 September. Voyeurs will be disappointed that no lesbianating between Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine happens, but those thousands of one-smack lovers are in for a treat.

 
 
Jason

Galloping Foxley

September 23 2007, 3:15 AM 

It's Roald Dahl weekend on ITV3, and Galloping Foxley gets another outing late Sunday night / early hours of Monday morning. Can't be precise about the time, as my usual listings magazine and the online digiguide differ.

 
 
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Fanny Hill

October 16 2007, 11:09 AM 

BBC4 Mondays starting from 22 October 21.00

The word on the street is that the flagellation scene will be stirring.

 
 
 
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