Post by goodlookingone on May 28, 2020 21:57:31 GMT
I used to be in two minds, but Now I'm undecided. The Current Production is a Very Different Programme, and if it were a new programme, I wouldn't be listening ...
BUT, Then again, I wouldn't have started to listen, either The Recent existing programmes. I think I'm only here it as a memory of when there was a proper programme, and Story's NOT being forgotten/abandoned/abdicated without being concluded .. What are the point in an unfinished book, BUT (yes another BUT) is this the opportunity of The loose ends being ..errr... tied, but I don't know if a refreshed proper team of writers/ed 'itters could make a propper sequence without the forced drama of Combined Blowing up GG, whilst Finding an idiot "Manager" who cant manage a ---ss-up in a brewery, A copper who could never have made school prefect finding himself a slavemaster to investigate, but instead ponces around playing cricket, and all of these things concurrently with the permanent spinster losing another wedding.
I wouldn´t be overly fussed not to hear the conclusion of some storylines, such as Shula´s vicaring about, but others, like Kirsty & Philip´s doomed marriage to be for example, I do want to have resolved properly if only because we´ve come this far after all, and I feel that a tie-ing up of loose ends of the bigger stories is owed to we listeners.
Post by goodlookingone on May 29, 2020 10:33:27 GMT
There was no Loose ends (by Friday) in Dick Barton: Special Agent. And The "Agent" had a task to do, not merely Changing the Name of the Pub, or distancing Ed and Em so that the Next Temp Rent-a-Hired-Hand Script Scrinener to change it back again, like a dememted Put-and-take game.
I listened to the new version the other day and though it was a bit weird I did like that it was just normal stuff. Josh v David, sort of funny but I am sure a natural sort of thing we all do in our heads.
The Tracey being Cricket Captain made me laugh. I have no idea how or if this will come about but I do remember how reluctant Harrison was to get the job so hoping, in a hilarious way, that Tracey will come to regret it. Having thought this she will probably take the team to dizzy heights and be proclaimed a heroine
Your secrets are safe with me, I wasn't even listening
I put on the omnibus the other day as I´d had a restless night and needed to catch up on my sleep. I have to say, after 10 minutes of listening to David awkwardly moaning about his son and his wife´s lasagne, I drifted off. So thank you, BBC for helping with my insomnia
In Elizabethan times the symbolic meaning of the colour indigo was power, importance and wealth.
Keri Davies is apparently appealing to listeners not to desert the programme. He says we should be listening on headphones for a better experience.
Mr Davies, I don't have any headphones, and I wouldn't find it practical to wear headphones when eating my dinner, which is when I usually listen. Just accept the verdict of listeners: we are not enjoying this, and we want out Archers back!
Post by goodlookingone on Jun 8, 2020 13:26:39 GMT
Oh .. I keep fallng asleep if I hear it ... At least: I think I must fall asleep as I never remember any of it - even in these otherwise boring days.. Any Idea when there will be a programme - They Have several months worth of unfinished "Stories", and current Drivil is extendingn the stories needing finishing. Dick Barton Never had this Problem ... or have I alreadsy told you that?
Bit early to have another early night. ... Can anybody lend me Dog to walk?