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Thread: Billy Connolly's Journey to the Edge of the World

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    anyone else been watching it?

    it's on ITV now


    http://www.itv.com/Lifestyle/BillyConnolly/default.html







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    Quote Originally Posted by mumof2, post: 113479
    anyone else been watching it?

    it's on ITV now


    http://www.itv.com/Lifestyle/BillyConnolly/default.html
    I've not watched it but my DS who is 13 has been told by his geography teacher to watch it. Would you say it is ok for a 13 year old to watch? Thanks.

    I just didn't think anything with Billy Connolly in it was going to be suitable lol

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    LOL i know what you mean!

    It's not like that at all......he travels to far out places meeting the people that live there and talks about the people who discovered the place.

    The scenery and the way of life of the natives (i don't really like that word) are incredibly interesting and there's no foul language!


    I'd say it's fine to watch







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    watch it with him next week and you can supervise, but really - it's ok







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    It sounds as if he would love it to be honest, he loves programs like that.

    Lol Iím kidding myself anyway if I think that Billy Connolly can corrupt him anymore than what he hears in the playground. I just thought it was a strange request, his teacher telling him to watch Billy Connolly. Heeheeheehee!
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    some of the programmes my son has been asked to watch - well i'm shocked, sometimes by the content and sometimes by the time of night they're on......don't they know he has to go to bed at night so he can get up for school the next day?!







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    in fact i just remembered my 9yr old watched some of last weeks programme as he was up late.







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    just a reminder to watch it if you want to - i think it's the last one tonight.







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    oops! sorry *Bambi-Belle*.......

    i've heard the A word for your backside a fair few times tonight, and there was me telling you there's no language in it - well it's very tame i guess compared to his normal vocabulary!







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    He loved it and has it linked on sky plus now.


    I hope this posts as I'm having trouble getting anything to post on this site. been trying for days. it's my PC I think. :-(

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