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Published September 6th 2016
Want to Watch Something Without Commercials?
Weather cold and wet right now? Read all your books and got a quiet hour to relax … what sort of television do you like? These days you can watch most things from your devise with no commercials and wherever you have a net connection. Although most stations only have free to view for a few weeks after the show has aired one can still pay to watch them as you wish.
This is a very hilarious series about a Lebanese-Australian family who buy a mansion in an exclusive area with snobby neighbours. Nothing is sacred in this series from relationships, jokes, family and recipes. Where did their wealth come from? What happened to their snobby neighbours? Social media and interracial relationships are included in the mix. Guaranteed you will laugh out loud.
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2. Tony Robinson's Time Walks share some quirky history enacted by unsuspecting by-standers. Each show is half an hour and set in Australia or NZ which gives a 'taste' of each town eg Kalgoolie, Sydney, Bendigo, Adelaide, Wellington, etc
Or murder mystery more your style? Well there are three series all set in the 1950s in outstanding rural areas, one in Australia and the others in UK.
3. Dr Blake Murder Mysteries are a skilful series filmed in Ballarat with so many Australian nuances. Set just after WWII with all its ASIO spying, racial and class tension included. Great entertainment and bet you can't guess the killer.
4. Father Brown might be more your taste if you prefer a British drama with a murder solving priest and his eccentric support group. He, like Dr Blake, has an antagonistic relationship with the local constabulary in their rural areas.
5. Grantchester has the more handsome Anglican priest lead with a controversial lifestyle, oddly with personality traits in common with Dr Blake.
British rural house hunting of interest - then this series of
10. Extreme Homes showcasing amazing builds from all around the world.
11. To Build or Not to Build would be advisable if you are contemplating a self-build anywhere. It can prepare you for pitfalls and budget blowouts whilst inspiring you to build your dream home.
12. Great Continental Railway Journeys - join Michael Portillo, a Brit as who uses his 1913 Bradshaw's Guide to explore railways and the delightful countries, places and people that he encounters as he links the modern to the past.