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The Ginger Cat wrote:Just bagged meself the recently released Death Line Blu-Ray for £7.80 from Network's Slashed! sale.
Mind the doors then!
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Network have got a Black Friday sale on until 3pm Thursday 29th November. 50% off some stuff. Was tempted to get that Danger Man boxset but I've got so much sh*t to watch and so little time to do it in, I've resisted...so far...

https://networkonair.com/149-black-friday-2018
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UFO for £14 on blu-ray is an absolute steal if you don’t have it.
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Network have a sale on till the 9th January..

25% off certain items..

https://networkonair.com/2-home?q=Categ ... 986842697a
Now that we all know about the rude bits, aren't they rude? And as we get older, they get ruder and ruder. :oops:
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They had so many sales last year I now I have about 100 DVD sets waiting to be watched.
My next door neighbour mixed up her KY jelly with the superglue. I asked her how she managed that but her lips are sealed.
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Network has another sale on (surprise!! lol), 50% off some titles until 4:30pm, Thursday 7th March. Doesn't look like there's much of any interest, well least ways to me.

https://networkonair.com/151-halves
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ANOTHER Network sale on, tenuously linked to the clocks changing.

Very little of interest, although the discerning punter might pick up the complete Whodunnit for twenty quid:

https://networkonair.com/all-products/2 ... ete-series
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Network are having a Moving House sale:

https://networkonair.com/163-moving-house
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Cuckoo series two for £2.75! Only When I laugh was brilliant- or is my memory faulty? :lol: I only really remember the theme tune
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Michael Gough in Konga! :lol:

Terra hawks! :o
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Hmm, The Gold Robbers sounds interesting. I came across this programme in the Melbourne TV listings in 1970 or so.

It piqued my interest then.

Anybody recommend this?
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I couldn’t resist.

I got the Gold Robbers for less than the postage.

If someone’s seen it I wouldn’t mind an opinion though.
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I must say there’s an awful lot of crappy 80’s English sit coms in amongst that lot.

Far too much Birds of a Feather for my mind. :shock:
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Bagged The Gold Robbers, The Death of Adolf Hitler, To Paris With Love and a couple of historical thingummies... and all for 18 quid.
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Network have got another one of these going on:

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Network have a Christmas comes early sale on...

https://networkonair.com/166-xmas-comes-early
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Heccypoo wrote:Network have a Christmas comes early sale on...

https://networkonair.com/166-xmas-comes-early
Thanks for posting that up. I picked up Dulcima and Made for the missus (she's a bit of a Carol White fan) and Kidnapped (the Michael Caine one) for myself.
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The Armchair theatre stuff might be interesting
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Heccypoo wrote:Network have a Christmas comes early sale on...

https://networkonair.com/166-xmas-comes-early
Thanks for posting that up. I picked up Dulcima and Made for the missus (she's a bit of a Carol White fan) and Kidnapped (the Michael Caine one) for myself.
I got Devil Girl From Mars....

Only £1.89 :mrgreen:
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Heccypoo wrote:I got Devil Girl From Mars....
Ah yes, she's come to capture men to help their breeding programme*. With that and "Mars Needs Women" you have the complete inspiration for Elon Musk.

*before the discovery of the structure of DNA, obvs, I don't suppose anyone believed that aliens and humans could interbreed after the mid 1950s... :roll:
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