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Old December 21 2010, 11:46 PM   #46
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Siddig's character in Syriana was a rather heroic Arab prince, I gather.
Good point. I forgot about that one. And although i find his character immensely annoying, Kingdom of Heaven is a masterpiece.
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Old December 21 2010, 11:59 PM   #47
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Just to let you guys know

ITV.com will offer a 5x5' series of webisodes, bridging the gap between events in the third and fourth seasons of the show, from December 22.

The webisodes will launch on a new Primeval website that ITV said will act as a centre for all of the show's social media activity.
like most webisodes im sure they will be rubbish, but what the heck
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Old December 22 2010, 01:49 AM   #48
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Just to let you guys know

ITV.com will offer a 5x5' series of webisodes, bridging the gap between events in the third and fourth seasons of the show, from December 22.

The webisodes will launch on a new Primeval website that ITV said will act as a centre for all of the show's social media activity.
like most webisodes im sure they will be rubbish, but what the heck
if you dont have a british IP number, it will block you. as usual...

and of course, since my computer systems are a bloody mess atm, my VPN is useless...
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Old December 22 2010, 01:55 AM   #49
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Just to let you guys know

ITV.com will offer a 5x5' series of webisodes, bridging the gap between events in the third and fourth seasons of the show, from December 22.

The webisodes will launch on a new Primeval website that ITV said will act as a centre for all of the show's social media activity.
like most webisodes im sure they will be rubbish, but what the heck
if you dont have a british IP number, it will block you. as usual...

and of course, since my computer systems are a bloody mess atm, my VPN is useless...
it works both ways. a UK IP address is not a gateway to every online web video, no matter what auidence its intended for.

Britina does not rule the web

I am sure if I wanted to watch a video from a Sweedish TV channel, I would not be able to.
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Old December 22 2010, 05:38 AM   #50
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Someone is sure to put them on youtube.
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Old December 22 2010, 09:17 AM   #51
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Cool, glad to see this show back and judging by the trailer, in fine form. That Spinosaurus looks absolutly amazing. Hopefully we will get to see the future predators again or even better another visit to a period millions of years into earth's future.
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Old December 22 2010, 10:50 AM   #52
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it works both ways. a UK IP address is not a gateway to every online web video, no matter what auidence its intended for.

Britina does not rule the web

I am sure if I wanted to watch a video from a Sweedish TV channel, I would not be able to.
actually, you can. i frequently watch swedish TV when i'm in hungary or germany. and it works fine. same thing vice versa.

and you have a point, however if you have a british ip number, you can watch the british online streams. with an american, you can watch US streams. simple as that. you'll only need those too.
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Old December 22 2010, 10:58 AM   #53
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^Australia and NZ block other countries too.
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Old December 22 2010, 11:30 AM   #54
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^Australia and NZ block other countries too.
Yes, but the connection is so slow, it takes forever to get most stuff from those Aussies anyway (Rush, Sea Patrol, ...).

(Don't think I ever felt the need to watch TV shows made by Kiwis.)
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Old December 22 2010, 11:38 AM   #55
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^Australia and NZ block other countries too.
Yes, but the connection is so slow, it takes forever to get most stuff from those Aussies anyway (Rush, Sea Patrol, ...).

(Don't think I ever felt the need to watch TV shows made by Kiwis.)
Check out This is not my life.
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Old December 22 2010, 12:26 PM   #56
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^Australia and NZ block other countries too.
Yes, but the connection is so slow, it takes forever to get most stuff from those Aussies anyway (Rush, Sea Patrol, ...).

(Don't think I ever felt the need to watch TV shows made by Kiwis.)
Check out This is not my life.
Judging by a few pieces on YouTube it doesn't seem half bad. Any relation to the 2006 movie (Not My Life) where something similar happened to a woman after a "car accident"?

Certainly like the humor:
Car computer: "Where would you like to go today?"
Alec (still half anesthetized): "Home?"
Car computer: "I understand."
Alec: "Glad someone does."
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Old December 22 2010, 02:37 PM   #57
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^Australia and NZ block other countries too.
Yes, but the connection is so slow, it takes forever to get most stuff from those Aussies anyway (Rush, Sea Patrol, ...).

(Don't think I ever felt the need to watch TV shows made by Kiwis.)
You should watch "Diplomatic Immunity" - great little kiwi sitcom from last year!
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Old December 22 2010, 03:28 PM   #58
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Yes, but the connection is so slow, it takes forever to get most stuff from those Aussies anyway (Rush, Sea Patrol, ...).

(Don't think I ever felt the need to watch TV shows made by Kiwis.)
Check out This is not my life.
Judging by a few pieces on YouTube it doesn't seem half bad. Any relation to the 2006 movie (Not My Life) where something similar happened to a woman after a "car accident"?

Certainly like the humor:
Car computer: "Where would you like to go today?"
Alec (still half anesthetized): "Home?"
Car computer: "I understand."
Alec: "Glad someone does."
I only know about it because of a post on here, seen a couple of episodes and it seems pretty good.
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Old December 22 2010, 06:01 PM   #59
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it works both ways. a UK IP address is not a gateway to every online web video, no matter what auidence its intended for.

Britina does not rule the web

I am sure if I wanted to watch a video from a Sweedish TV channel, I would not be able to.
actually, you can. i frequently watch swedish TV when i'm in hungary or germany. and it works fine. same thing vice versa.

and you have a point, however if you have a british ip number, you can watch the british online streams. with an american, you can watch US streams. simple as that. you'll only need those too.
anything worth wathing on Sweedish TV?

Australia's ABC, used to be more open about its TV shows, but since its switch to iView thats no longer the case.
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Old December 22 2010, 09:18 PM   #60
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anything worth wathing on Sweedish TV?
No, not really. At least not on the channels you can watch abroad. But I have a tendency to completely turn hungarian when i'm home and it takes a while to get used to swedish again when i return to sweden. so i try to use swedish when i can.

Australia's ABC, used to be more open about its TV shows, but since its switch to iView thats no longer the case.
Indeed. I seem to recall watching a few aussie shows on occasion.
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