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Offline raymondjpg

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Repeats
« on: August 25, 2010, 11:10:59 AM »
I suspect that Packed to the Rafters 'Over the Moon' scheduled for 7TWO Sunday 29 August is a repeat.

Also, that Criminal Justice scheduled for Tuesday 31 August on ABC2 is a repeat (shown ABC1 12 and 19 March 2010).
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Re: Repeats
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2010, 02:44:19 AM »
Certainly it is a repeat on 7-TWO and has been rectified. Just double checking on the ABC2 query. Thanks

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Re: Repeats
« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2010, 07:25:03 AM »
Just double checking on the ABC2 query. Thanks
ABC2 doesn't mark it as a repeat.

According to my archives the ABC1 showing earlier in the year was two episodes each about 1hr 43 minutes duration.

If ABC2 screens the five episodes as originally produced for the BBC (each about 55 minutes duration) then this adds up to almost 70 minutes more than the ABC1 screening.

Even accounting for 3-4 minutes pre- and post-program fluff for each episode, this implies quite a deal of footage in the five episodes not seen on the two episode ABC1 version.

On reflection, maybe not a repeat. I have marked it for recording!

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Re: Repeats
« Reply #3 on: August 26, 2010, 07:34:36 AM »
Just double checking on the ABC2 query. Thanks
ABC2 doesn't mark it as a repeat.

According to my archives the ABC1 showing earlier in the year was two episodes each about 1hr 43 minutes duration.

If ABC2 screens the five episodes as originally produced for the BBC (each about 55 minutes duration) then this adds up to almost 70 minutes more than the ABC1 screening.

Even accounting for 3-4 minutes pre- and post-program fluff for each episode, this implies quite a deal of footage in the five episodes not seen on the two episode ABC1 version.

On reflection, maybe not a repeat. I have marked it for recording!

Regards
The episode description is nothing like the Criminal Justice I watched last week.
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Re: Repeats
« Reply #4 on: August 26, 2010, 07:51:08 AM »
Just double checking on the ABC2 query. Thanks
ABC2 doesn't mark it as a repeat.

According to my archives the ABC1 showing earlier in the year was two episodes each about 1hr 43 minutes duration.

If ABC2 screens the five episodes as originally produced for the BBC (each about 55 minutes duration) then this adds up to almost 70 minutes more than the ABC1 screening.

Even accounting for 3-4 minutes pre- and post-program fluff for each episode, this implies quite a deal of footage in the five episodes not seen on the two episode ABC1 version.

On reflection, maybe not a repeat. I have marked it for recording!

Regards
The episode description is nothing like the Criminal Justice I watched last week.


IIRC Criminal Justice shown here recently was Series 2, about the wife of the obsessive barrister.

Next week's showing flagged on ABC2 is Series 1 about a lad caught up in a murder he cannot recall having committed.

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Re: Repeats
« Reply #5 on: August 26, 2010, 08:29:31 AM »
Just double checking on the ABC2 query. Thanks
ABC2 doesn't mark it as a repeat.

According to my archives the ABC1 showing earlier in the year was two episodes each about 1hr 43 minutes duration.

If ABC2 screens the five episodes as originally produced for the BBC (each about 55 minutes duration) then this adds up to almost 70 minutes more than the ABC1 screening.

Even accounting for 3-4 minutes pre- and post-program fluff for each episode, this implies quite a deal of footage in the five episodes not seen on the two episode ABC1 version.

On reflection, maybe not a repeat. I have marked it for recording!

Regards
The episode description is nothing like the Criminal Justice I watched last week.


IIRC Criminal Justice shown here recently was Series 2, about the wife of the obsessive barrister.

Next week's showing flagged on ABC2 is Series 1 about a lad caught up in a murder he cannot recall having committed.

Regards
Now it's ringing bells.
I recall seeing the series some time ago.
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