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Re: French television

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curtis wrote:
Sun Feb 21, 2021 10:45 pm
Just finished watching " les carnets de Max Lieberman " on FR3. Much enjoyed. Anyone else? It's a new serie.
It’s in French :lol: :lol: :lol: I need subtitles, I don’t think there are any on Molotov :shock:

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In fact it is in VO so in English. With French sous titres.
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The latest Pékin Express started last night, filmed in August/September last year. The first episode/series of tests was in Uganda, next week they're in Ethiopia.
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Plan on being in sitting in front of the tv on 5 March watching Tf1.
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All day?
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After the Storm 2 wrote:
Wed Feb 24, 2021 2:49 pm
Plan on being in sitting in front of the tv on 5 March watching Tf1.
curtis wrote:
Wed Feb 24, 2021 3:21 pm
All day?
Just in the evening, from 9pm (ish) onwards, Les Enfoirés.
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I've said it before, I'm pretty sure there's nothing like it in the UK; though I'm sure people over there are just as capable, there doesn't seem to be the impetus or sufficient movers and shakers.
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:) It is possible to preorder the cd and dvd https://www.enfoires.fr/ .
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AtS, do you and mysty ever watch N'Oubliez pas Les Paroles on France 2? I'm sure you would get into it if you gave it a try.
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Re: French television

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Despite the fact we kind of play our own version on long car journeys :P , it's not a programme for us, I'm not running it down and it's been a while so it is popular but just not one we watch.
Top chef has just started though and quite enjoy this programme despite the fact that neither of us spend much time in the kitchen! :lol:
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