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PostPosted: Sun May 23, 2010 10:34 pm 
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Ok, nothing to get carried away with, but TD did get a very brief clip on the 'I'm In A Rock And Roll Band' doc on BBC2 at 10pm tonight. Just a snippet from the Coventry Cathedral tape showing Chris Franke behind the keys. The show was highlighting the role of the 'Other One' in the band line up after the previous shows dealing with the singer, lead guitarist and drummer previous weeks. Some may say Franke could be described as the 'Other One' in TD !!! Mabey the forthcoming Edgar book may shed more or less light on this. Don't know enough about the inner workings of 70's-80's TD to sign up to this view but sure would be an interesting read.

Saw that. Had enough time to say "That's Chris Franke" to my wife before he was gone. Not worth seeing really.

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Definately a case of blink and you'll miss it!

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There was a rather good program adout Dali on the BBC the other night. I wasn't able to watch it at the time but managed to view it on the iPlayer.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... ters_Dali/

Sadly on available to UK viewers.

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There was a rather good program adout Dali on the BBC the other night. I wasn't able to watch it at the time but managed to view it on the iPlayer.

The link is:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... ters_Dali/

Sadly on available to UK viewers.



yes, interesting and a good programme...it didnt tell me anything I didnt know already, but its great to see BBC 1 doing decent Art Docs... :D

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Chris Monk wrote:
There was a rather good program adout Dali on the BBC the other night. I wasn't able to watch it at the time but managed to view it on the iPlayer.

The link is:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... ters_Dali/

Sadly on available to UK viewers.


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Chris Monk wrote:
There was a rather good program adout Dali on the BBC the other night. I wasn't able to watch it at the time but managed to view it on the iPlayer.

The link is:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... ters_Dali/

Sadly on available to UK viewers.


I watched it at the time...not at all bad

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Yep, it was a good program. Young chap presenting it was very good. Hadn't realised how much Dali was influenced by the coastline of Northern Spain.

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Yep, it was a good program. Young chap presenting it was very good. Hadn't realised how much Dali was influenced by the coastline of Northern Spain.


don't forget the other 3 episodes are on the i-player...I saw the one on Picasso last night...pretty good

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Yep, it was a good program. Young chap presenting it was very good. Hadn't realised how much Dali was influenced by the coastline of Northern Spain.


btw Edgar is really influenced by Van Gogh

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Yep, it was a good program. Young chap presenting it was very good. Hadn't realised how much Dali was influenced by the coastline of Northern Spain.


btw Edgar is really influenced by Van Gogh


I love Van Gogh's artwork (as I do for numerous artists, i.e. Zdzisław Beksiński, Claude Monet (Haystacks are brilliant), Salvador Dalí, Urs Amann, and others.


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Yep, it was a good program. Young chap presenting it was very good. Hadn't realised how much Dali was influenced by the coastline of Northern Spain.


btw Edgar is really influenced by Van Gogh


I love Van Gogh's artwork (as I do for numerous artists, i.e. Zdzisław Beksiński, Claude Monet (Haystacks are brilliant), Salvador Dalí, Urs Amann, and others.


I've been told we 'might' get something from Edgar that was influenced by Vincent sometime...starts BM like Vigil

I'd recommend Lucian Freud

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Yep, it was a good program. Young chap presenting it was very good. Hadn't realised how much Dali was influenced by the coastline of Northern Spain.


don't forget the other 3 episodes are on the i-player...I saw the one on Picasso last night...pretty good

Just watched the Picasso program. Also very good. Will probably watch the other two over the next few days. Nice to see the BBC doing some interesting programs for a change.

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24db wrote:
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Yep, it was a good program. Young chap presenting it was very good. Hadn't realised how much Dali was influenced by the coastline of Northern Spain.


don't forget the other 3 episodes are on the i-player...I saw the one on Picasso last night...pretty good

Just watched the Picasso program. Also very good. Will probably watch the other two over the next few days. Nice to see the BBC doing some interesting programs for a change.


Anybody see the one on the Rolling Stones the other night? might have to catch up with this (I'm no fan of their music, but I doubt whether it would dull)

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Yep, it was a good program. Young chap presenting it was very good. Hadn't realised how much Dali was influenced by the coastline of Northern Spain.


don't forget the other 3 episodes are on the i-player...I saw the one on Picasso last night...pretty good

Just watched the Picasso program. Also very good. Will probably watch the other two over the next few days. Nice to see the BBC doing some interesting programs for a change.


Anybody see the one on the Rolling Stones the other night? might have to catch up with this (I'm no fan of their music, but I doubt whether it would dull)


actually very interesting indeed and Im no fan

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Might watch that too, don't know that much about the band.


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