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Offline mike7201

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BBC Four's Electric Dreams
« on: 06, October, 2009 - 21:52:16 »
Wow!  Just finished watching BBC Four's 'Electric Dreams' part two, invloving the 1980's.

Just wanted to say well done guys for making a fantastic entrance, and for 'bigging up' the C5 for everyone.  I was watching it thinking 'yes'.  Had there been more cycle friendly routes and paths in the 80's, it probably would have been better appreciated.

Great show.

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Re: BBC Four's Electric Dreams
« Reply #1 on: 06, October, 2009 - 21:55:46 »
i know talk about AWESOME!!!!!

I told everyone at Sixth Form to watch it  ;D so fingers crossed it will be the talk of Crawley tomoz!!!  :D

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Re: BBC Four's Electric Dreams
« Reply #2 on: 06, October, 2009 - 22:54:37 »
I think Carolyn got it recorded if not it's 'I player' time can't wait to see it - just in from work !!!

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Re: BBC Four's Electric Dreams
« Reply #3 on: 09, October, 2009 - 05:55:07 »
C5Alive rises to stardom.  Good program, was good to see the gang on TV.

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Re: BBC Four's Electric Dreams
« Reply #4 on: 09, October, 2009 - 08:07:32 »
C5Alive rises to stardom.  Good program, was good to see the gang on TV.

We've not done too badly this year  8)

Gadget Show, National Geographic , plus a couple of radio shows  :)

Not to mention the various car shows we've attended.

I think we've done our bit this year in helping to keep the c5 alive   ;D