If those memory stick thingies were so important, would you really send your team of crack troops into action (where they may well get caught) with them on a piece of string round their necks?
No, would you balls.....
@Bread2.0 wrote:Just read the reviews in The Graun and it appears we're not alone.
I think "universally panned" would be a bit strong but there's plenty of malcontent amongst the comments.
@Bread2.0 wrote:Sherlock on the Beeb starring Beryl Cumsatchel and that hobbit from The Office.
Waited 12 months for this and it turned out a bit rubbish.
Up its own arse, full of plot holes and self-involved, navel-gazing bollocks which not only didn't add to the plot, but actually made it a confusing pile of incoherent tripe.
I didn't see it,and probably won't now,as I already know the result of the trial.@Chairmanda wrote:Anyone watch The Accused tonight on ch5? An amazing documentary, worth catching if you didn't see it. I won't give a spoiler, but you HAVE to watch the end.
@boltonbonce wrote:I didn't see it,and probably won't now,as I already know the result of the trial.@Chairmanda wrote:Anyone watch The Accused tonight on ch5? An amazing documentary, worth catching if you didn't see it. I won't give a spoiler, but you HAVE to watch the end.
Like the new avatar Manda.
@Norpig wrote:not sure i could cope with no sky, think i mentioned before but i got a great deal with them (well my brother in law did to be honest) so i get the sports and all the boxsets now for a very reasonable price.
Just started watching Oz which i've been wanting to see for years and it's great so far
I use Kodi and have recently taken out a paid subscription. The paid service is called Flawless and costs £10 per month and you get the majority of the sky channels plus some US channels as well. You also get all the ppv and 3:00 kick offs. I watched the Eubank fight on ITV box office last weekend without a hitch. Absolute bargain for a tenner. If you take out longer subscriptions it gets progressively cheaper. They also do a 24 hour free trial so you can try before you buy. Incorporate it in with perfect player from the appstore so you have a tv guide linked in with it and it's spot on. I wish I'd have done it a long time ago.@wanderlust wrote:I finally grew the nuts and sacked off SKY a couple of months ago and have taken on Netflix to keep the missus happy. She's not though, so I waded through and found some programmes of the type she likes. Some are old (House of Cards/Homeland) and some newer (Nobel, Juana Ines, The Medici) but I have to say that the quality is generally good. Throw in the best of Freesat and the occasional film and it just about keeps her amused enough to hold back on the whingeing. I know I'll have to get SKY again at some point (unless I can persuade the missus to get a naughty Kodi) but in the meantime I'm saving a grand a year so happy days.
To my knowledge, no you can't. It's one of the very few downsides. I suppose it comes down to money. If you are willing to pay a substantial monthly amount to be able to record then sky is probably the way to go.@Norpig wrote:Kodi sounds good and my brother in law is always saying he can sort it out for me, but we tend to record most programs and watch them when the kids are in bed so sky + is great for that. Can you do the same on kodi?
It's also worth noting that you don't actually need kodi to run Flawless IPTV. You just need to download perfect player from the appstore and link it to your flawless account. No Kodi needed.
It is available on android. You can get the flawless iptv app from the playstore. To be honest though Norpig, I have no idea if you can cast to chromecast or not. By all accounts it is possible but I don't have a chromecast so can't vouch for it myself. The easiest way is on a firestick or android box of some kind, even some smart TV's that have an android operating system. Personally I use a firestick so that's the only thing I can vouch for personally.@Norpig wrote:so if i did get flawless would i be able to use my chromecast and cast it to my telly? Is it available on android?
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