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Frank Hovis

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As any self-respecting DOSBODSer will refuse to fund the anti-Breixt anti-Trump anti-UKIP unbiased BBC we have to rely upon sources other than live TV and iPlayer for our visual entertainment.  And I am repeatedly delighted by new discoveries upon YouTube.

Here's one:

Heartburn Hotel

An absolute gem of the "trapped" sitcom genre with everybody trapped within a situation they'd rather not be in.  Up to and including the hotel owner Harry, Tim Healey in another stand out role, who despite his bluster and cowardice actually treats his cutsomers reasonably well.

Toenails is a good one:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heartburn_Hotel

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I bloody loved Budgie. Fab theme music too. And I found Lynn Dalby to be very alluring. 
 

 

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If you're a petrolhead or just enjoy watching people who really know what they're doing, do it, and in great detail - Project Binky is a good watch.

Basically how to build a classic mini with the engine and 4WD running gear from a Celica GT four.

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Gary's Nerdrotic live stream was a superb rant last night about the decline of Hollywood due to its anti white, anti male woke PC virtue signalling. I like him. Like most serious youtubers, he has 2 or 3 channels. Here is his live stream channel. He is very engaging and would be quite at home on Dosbods I think.

Gary's channels are Nerdrotic, Nerdrotic Live and a third one about UFO's.

Another guy I like, who has two channels, is the science fiction writer below - John Michael Godier. He does lots of science videos. I enjoy listening to him talking with others or just talking about the latest theories. His second channel is called Event Horizon.

 

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Green Mountain Metal Detecting. Engaging and interesting with some lovely nature shots interspersed. All the music used is written and recorded by him.

 

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Best Of Indian Railways

No talking, no fucking about, just filming out the open door of Indian trains as they roll thru the countryside. It's the greatest thing you'll ever watch.

I shall endeavour to return with a link but my phone drags me off on tangents and I only fucking did it, proud of myself.

 

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11 minutes ago, Long time lurking said:

 

 

How the fuck this is still on youtube i don`t know

What the dickens is going on in the intro? ‚ÄúPaaakiistaan!‚ÄĚ

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On 25/03/2017 at 19:15, whitevanman said:

I've been enjoying Tips from a Shipwright. He's in Rhode Island and does all sorts of work on wooden boats. He's a great character. Here's a episode from his series showing how to build a working skiff:

 

Just binge watched that up until bottom planking went on, have to be up at 05:00 so I'll have to pick it up tomorrow.

Hopefully he explains why he's not put compound on the edges of the planks, be losing sleep over that now....

Thanks for posting.

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