I’ve introduced my kids to the show “Connections” (all of the episodes are actually on YouTube). Who needs regular TV?
posted on 11/15/2012 8:28:37 AM PST
Do those TV shows still have the gay comedy relief character ?
The one with James Burke?
The show was/is brilliant.
posted on 11/15/2012 8:52:18 AM PST
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I took a “History of Technology” class in college that was based around that show, and the book that went with it. Worthwhile.
posted on 11/15/2012 9:27:04 AM PST
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Bump. Birch(sp) is the host, I believe.
posted on 11/15/2012 9:28:17 AM PST
by VRW Conspirator
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Ive introduced my kids to the show Connections (all of the episodes are actually on YouTube). Who needs regular TV?
"Connections" with James Burke is fabulous TV.
There's a book available as well. (Shortened Amazon link)
posted on 11/15/2012 9:31:23 AM PST
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Ive introduced my kids to the show Connections..
Great,great series.My God,those Brits really know how to make a documentary series.
posted on 11/15/2012 9:35:09 AM PST
by Gay State Conservative
(Benghazi: What Did Baraq Know And When Did He Know It?)
Thanks for the head’s up on the show “Connections.”
Ascent of Man and The Day the Universe Changed are two of my favorite shows ever and this looks to be along those lines.
There are definitely shows worth watching on PBS on occasion despite its uber-PCness.
We are watching Call the Midwife at the Moment and everyone loves it — my 89 year old mother thinks it’s a bit graphic though, LOL. Otherwise, great show.
posted on 11/15/2012 11:49:55 AM PST
by Bon of Babble
(The Road to Ruin is Always Kept in Good Repair)
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