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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #30 on: 20:43:53, 16/07/09 »


Odd apsects - The bloke they got to read the extracts from the books sounded like a real pervert.


Hoi that was me you cheeky sod!

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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #31 on: 20:44:55, 16/07/09 »



Oh and peak bagger if you like Julia you'll have loved her website about a year ago - JB in a lime green bikini no less on the front page!
Yes I saw..........er um............ heard about that! :-[

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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #32 on: 20:53:46, 16/07/09 »
Yeh she's enthusiastic alright, give me a few 100k's a year for arsin about on the fells and I'd be enthusiastic too.

She is annoying though and has a face like a bag of old spanners. O0
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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #33 on: 21:00:16, 16/07/09 »
She's great. I love her.

Me to!   :smitten:

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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #34 on: 21:02:55, 16/07/09 »
Mmm... spanners
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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #35 on: 21:28:11, 16/07/09 »
Hoi that was me you cheeky sod!

I happen to know the voice over artist was Nik Wood-Jones. As for his actual levels of pervertosity only his nearest and dearest can comment.

Nice try though. I was almost worried for a moment!  ;D

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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #36 on: 21:40:46, 16/07/09 »
I happen to know the voice over artist was Nik Wood-Jones.

Drifting off topic a little but have you seen that advert on the BBC, advertising the cricket I think, where the camera is mounted on the dolly of a crane? The guy doing the voice-over sounds a bit like Nik Wood-Jones and I was wondering if it is him or not.
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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #37 on: 21:46:17, 16/07/09 »
Drifting off topic a little but have you seen that advert on the BBC, advertising the cricket I think, where the camera is mounted on the dolly of a crane? The guy doing the voice-over sounds a bit like Nik Wood-Jones and I was wondering if it is him or not.

I don't know if it is him, but I know the ad and yes it does sound like him.


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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #38 on: 10:02:31, 17/07/09 »
Overall I liked the Wainright walks series, hated the railway but forgave her again with the Coast 2 Coast series (despite not walking it all). We could have worse adverts for walking thats for sure.
I'd agree with that.

I  think that it is like a children's programme at times, anyone remember Go With Noakes?
I realise that having a presenter who is not all knowing is a device so that they can ask questions on behalf of the viewer but it can annoy after a while.

But it could be a lot worse and any programme that shows hills I'll be viewing.
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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #39 on: 10:29:46, 17/07/09 »
Drifting off topic a little but have you seen that advert on the BBC, advertising the cricket I think, where the camera is mounted on the dolly of a crane? The guy doing the voice-over sounds a bit like Nik Wood-Jones and I was wondering if it is him or not.

It is

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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #40 on: 10:54:20, 17/07/09 »
Thanks for the confirmation Dave. O0 It's such a distinctive voice I'd have been surprised if it wasn't him but you never can tell.
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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #41 on: 11:02:05, 17/07/09 »


I  think that it is like a children's programme at times, anyone remember Go With Noakes?


 John Noakes  walked the coast to coast in the seventies and a programme was made about his walk.Far better than the one done by Julia and his descent of the Wasdale screes with Jos Naylor was a real classic.He ended up on his [censored] at least half a dozen times but just got up and carried on.

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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #42 on: 11:15:38, 17/07/09 »
I didn't see Julia's C2C. What's the thing about her not finishing it? Did she give up?
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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #43 on: 11:45:14, 17/07/09 »
I didn't see Julia's C2C. What's the thing about her not finishing it? Did she give up?
I believe there are questions relating to her doing the whole route or just selected stretches for the cameras?

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Re: Julia Bradbury's Wainwright walks
« Reply #44 on: 11:56:15, 17/07/09 »
I believe there are questions relating to her doing the whole route or just selected stretches for the cameras?
Ah so she did finish it, just maybe didn't complete it? The magic of television!
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