Where have all the programmes gone again, well the decent ones? It’s been a bit flat this week regarding great tv, everything seems to have finished or due to finish. Think we are need of some more exciting new telly programmes.
It was the end of the Agatha Christie’s Ordeal By Innocence this week which I did love. It was strange as there was no detective to sort it all out so us viewers had to try and work it out ourselves. I think I went through everyone and never guessed what was going on there. It was very gripping and a brilliant 'whodunit' as an Agatha Christie classic should be.
The Durrells continues to be very entertaining and so funny. I think Louisa loves Spiro really as she got a bit jealous with him spending so much time with the new family who had arrived. Ohhh come on get it together. I understand he is married though isn’t he? We’ve not seen Mrs Spiro though have we? Mmmm there may be hope if she doesn’t exist.
Another pair we need to see together is is Ruby and Gabriel in The Good Karma Hospital before it ends tonight if possible. Oh and we need Dr Lydia and Greg to get to be a more permanent fixture, I know I just love a wedding so someone is surely going to get hitched. Well we may be in luck as tonight we see Dr Ram and Mala’s wedding....yes!! I’m happy. Great series but it’s gone so quick, going to miss it.
New stuff is on the way so all is not lost. A new drama tonight for the BBC called The Woman in White, Poldark is due for a return soon and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire is set to come back this month. That may not be popular as it is going to be presented by Jeremy Clarkson, ok for me but he does rub some people up the wrong way so I’ll be keeping my eye on that one.
Have a great week, if you like a bit of music then join me tomorrow for Music Monday. Take care for now and thank you so much for reading.
Pass the Remote
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