Author Topic: BBC4 - Iolo's Snowdonia  (Read 2555 times)

phil1960

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Re: BBC4 - Iolo's Snowdonia
« Reply #15 on: 14:38:44, 31/05/18 »
Mel you should know Iím not that way inclined  ;D  yeah loads of places recognised and same when he did the four seasons in the Beacons too.
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« Reply #16 on: 22:07:19, 31/05/18 »
Oooh, I hope they show that on normal telly as well, particularly if it's of the same ilk as this one.  Joking aside about the presenter's appeal, I'm liking the content of the programmes  :)
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Re: BBC4 - Iolo's Snowdonia
« Reply #17 on: 08:16:28, 01/06/18 »
He's back on springwatch next week ::)
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phil1960

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Re: BBC4 - Iolo's Snowdonia
« Reply #18 on: 15:26:46, 01/06/18 »
Oooh, I hope they show that on normal telly as well, particularly if it's of the same ilk as this one.  Joking aside about the presenter's appeal, I'm liking the content of the programmes  :)
Not currently available but this should get you salivating lol


https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06wpz6q
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Re: BBC4 - Iolo's Snowdonia
« Reply #19 on: 16:52:29, 02/06/18 »
Ooh, you tease Phil  ;D


I don't normally watch Springwatch Jac.... but I may make an exception now  :D
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