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I haven't seen that one but I <3 the Brit coms like Vicar of Dibley - Keeping Up Appearances, and that one with Judi Dench.
First came "candleford" with Judi Dench series and they continued "Larkrise to Candleford" series.

I own Keeping Up Appearances, To the Manor Born, Are You Being Served?,
Open All Hours, Doc Martin, Waiting For God, Good Neigbors, After You've Gone, A Fine Romance ( with Judi Dench and her real husband, unfortunately he died), As Time Goes By again with Dench you can see now that I adore this lady,
Island At War, and finally the very funny "my family".

Can't find all of the DVDs in the US, so my hubby bought me another player that plays all regions.

We have been ordering directly from England and believe it or not, it's less expensive including shipping than Amazon, which my hubby is a prime member, what do you think of that?
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I've been watching Lark Rise to Candleford from netflix. I like the character that the guy that plays Bates plays in this one too (Brendan Coyle, I think?).
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Craftlover, didn't see Monarch of the Glen in your list (Loved the scenery and the early episodes). I am milking Netflix for all it's worth Brit-wise. The various comedy series haven't caught my fancy so much. I love the period pieces and watch just about any Masterpiece Theatre title available for streaming. Maybe I will get into the mysteries more; so far, it has just been one Miss Marple series and Rosemary and Thyme. Nice to find the quirky comedy movies, i.e. Calendar Girls, The Full Monty, that one about growing pot in a village greenhouse.

So----- we need a separate Anglophile video thread?
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Hi Gail, yes that's his name, :0) isn't he fantastic at the role of father and husband? I watch Netflix also and I always search for these type of series.

Speaking of Netflix check out the Australian series MacLoeds Daughters. It was a major hit in that country and lasted 8 years. I watched it twice so far and I'm planing to watch it all over again.
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I've been watching Lark Rise to Candleford from netflix. I like the character that the guy that plays Bates plays in this one too (Brendan Coyle, I think?).
Hi Gail, yes that's his name, :0) isn't he fantastic at the role of father and husband? I watch Netflix also and I always search for these type of series.

Speaking of Netflix check out the Australian series MacLoeds Daughters. It was a major hit in that country and lasted 8 years. I watched it twice so far and I'm planing to watch it all over again.

By the way I steam it.
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Craftlover, didn't see Monarch of the Glen in your list (Loved the scenery and the early episodes). I am milking Netflix for all it's worth Brit-wise. The various comedy series haven't caught my fancy so much. I love the period pieces and watch just about any Masterpiece Theatre title available for streaming. Maybe I will get into the mysteries more; so far, it has just been one Miss Marple series and Rosemary and Thyme. Nice to find the quirky comedy movies, i.e. Calendar Girls, The Full Monty, that one about growing pot in a village greenhouse.

So----- we need a separate Anglophile video thread?
Isn't that the truth? :0)

I forgot Monarch of the Glen. I've seen it twice and enjoyed every minute of it.
I totally agree with you, the earlier episodes were much better.
I think I started losing interest after the old lord died. I laughed so hard when he was trying to train the dog "useless" and then I cried when he died.
It was hard to take that within a few minutes on the same episode.
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I forgot to mention for those of you who may not know that Jullian Fellowes who created Downtown Abbey also played in Monarch of the Glen as Kilwillie.
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Calendar has been marked, yeah!
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I won't provide any spoilers - but the Christmas Downton Abbey was good .......
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Downton is a great programme.Loved Lark Rise and miss that a lot.Have watched every series of McLeoed's Daughters 4 or 5 times..one of my favourite programmes ever.We had the Christmas special of Call the Midwives last night...it gets better and better.Look forward to the new series.I probably watch more American programmes than UK made ones though
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Downton is a great programme.Loved Lark Rise and miss that a lot.Have watched every series of McLeoed's Daughters 4 or 5 times..one of my favourite programmes ever.We had the Christmas special of Call the Midwives last night...it gets better and better.Look forward to the new series.I probably watch more American programmes than UK made ones though
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I watch them over and over again. The programs remind me of my home.
It brings memories how the streets look, the stores, it's just a hunger inside me that will not go away.

Do you have Netflix in UK? Or something similar to that?
There's a fee to be a member, they will mail you DVDs to your door, or most shows can be streamed on tv.

McLoads daughters, what can I say :0) I'm in my 3rd viewing. Just streaming, no wait for the discs.

I like the non threatening, non violence, no dirty language of this shows.

The men are hunks, the girls are gorgeous even in their farm clothes.
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McLeoed's Daughters is so addictive Irene...even my Husband was hooked on it lol!I wish they would make another series.I really miss it

I watch everything on Sky digital tv..I think I have seen Netflix advertised.Not into violent films etc either...like a bit of feel good tv .
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I am finally all caught up, and I can not wait for the new season. I hope the have more on Cybil and her new life as I love her story line.
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Better stay away from all spoiler alerts then!
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AGREE!! I have actually seen the first 4 or 5 episodes of Season 3 and can't wait until they are shown in the US so I can TALK about them!!! 'Cause there is a LOT to talk about!!!! lol

It has been a couple months since I saw the episodes, so I am looking forward to watching them again starting 1/6!!
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I'm all settled in to watch tonight's first episode of Season 3.

For those tho love Brendan Coyle (Mr Bates), have you seen North and South (the British version, not the American one with Patrick Swayze)? He has a major role in it, as well as the very watchable Richard Armitage.

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I love Shirley Maclaine! She is quite a match for the dowager countess. lol
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For those tho love Brendan Coyle (Mr Bates), have you seen North and South (the British version, not the American one with Patrick Swayze)? He has a major role in it, as well as the very watchable Richard Armitage.

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Thanks Mary, I have the Brit version on my que in Netflix.
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Ooooh, it was so nice the premiere tonight.
I enjoyed every minute of it.
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Thanks for not giving anything away. I fell asleep so I'm thankful for my DVR. Guess I have a date for tonight.
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I enjoyed every minute of it.
No spoliers here either but I also loved every minute it -- and looking forward to all the drama to come!
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Watched! Yes, I loved it, too.
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I'm new to this thread - but love this series!

We had a viewing party -- wine or tea served in crystal tea cups, so fancy

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I think my favorite line of the night was "Love and position in one handsome package...who could ask for anything more?" I do hope Edith is happy with her older man, but that wouldn't be nearly dramatic enough so I'm not holding out much hope for her!
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Loved the beginning of season 3!!! Is it only on Sunday nights?
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Here in our area, they repeat the previous episode late Saturday night.
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Wow, big surprise at the church for Edith in tonight's episode. And looks like a few more romances brewing downstairs...
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I never saw it coming.

Any thoughts of Bates outcome? I'm getting stressed thinking about it.
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I just knew that was going to happen. As it started, and they showed the look on his face, I said to dh 'he's gonna bolt'.
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I feel bad for Edith! Yes, she has not been the nicest person, but has probably always felt like she was in Mary's shadow and the often forgotten "middle child". And I would guess the reality of that time was that there weren't many eligible men her own age, so many were killed in the war. I hope she finds love!
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OH and how convenient was that letter?? DH and I both rolled our eyes at that. They couldn't do any better than that?
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Good episode tonight....even more drama brewing with Bates' prison enemies, the mis-management of the estate, and Tom and the Irish revolutionaries.....wish all the episodes were 2 hours, it was over way too soon.
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Tom is being a jerk. I get that he has his beliefs but he has a child on the way-he needs to think of his family before he worries about his cause.

I was happy to see that Bates may have an ally in prison. and happy that he and Anna finally got their letters.

I felt bad for Daisy. As soon as that new kitchen maid walked in, I knew that new footman (o'brien's nephew-can't remember his name now) would like her. Looks like Thomas is fond of James, the newer footman.
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I feel bad for Tom. Fighting for freedom is very important, and of course so is love of family. Combine this with his struggle on how the fight is being carried out, and I'm sure it is very hard on him. And, of course I feel for Sybil as well. I could see him leaving Sybil in safety while going back to Ireland.

I hope Matthew is able to make some headway. It must be very hard to be told your involvement is wanted, and then it made very clear in action that it is not wanted.
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I think Mathew will eventually make some changes. After all, they can't keep mismanaging and expect things to go on forever. There are only so many fortunes to inherit to save the estate!
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Netflix in Canada is not nearly as good as in the U.S. but, I admit it is getting better. We don't get a great many shows and it seems like forever before they add new ones.
Downton Abbey is a gem! I love Bates.
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I felt bad for Daisy. As soon as that new kitchen maid walked in, I knew that new footman (o'brien's nephew-can't remember his name now) would like her. Looks like Thomas is fond of James, the newer footman.
I know...poor Daisy.


And I totally missed the Thomas & James bit but that would spice things up...
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And I totally missed the Thomas & James bit but that would spice things up...
It was in the previews for next week.
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