What are you watching?

Seen “Fantastic Fungi” on Netflix yet?

Incredible documentary featuring renown mycologist Paul Stamets.
One to think on.


@Amparo thank you it looks really good. Will now be watching this next :+1:t2::slightly_smiling_face:

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Please do. :hugs:


Fantastic Fungi looks great - I will watch it.

I have watched S5 of Unforgotten on ITVX - I think it was very good

@Amparo Absolutely loved this and so interesting and informative with beautiful imagery. Thank you for the reminder.


This one. Super. Big pets :elephant:
The Elephant Whisperers
Seen “The Elephant Whisperers” on Netflix yet?


Agreed. I feel sad it is over. I loved it, knowing it is my ancestry as well.
Viking, and Celtic.

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I watched this 3-part series which focusses on the so-called Young British Artists who rose to fame and fortune in the late 1980s and 1990s - eg Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst, Antony Gormley, Rachel Whiteread and others. It’s on BBC Two / BBC iPlayer in the UK

Just watched Inside The Mind of a Cat on Netflix. This really helped my understanding of them. One of the cats we are looking after seemed glued to the screen. Would love to know what she was thinking!


@Crookie We loved this programme too… really interesting.


We’re also watching Beyond Paradise, now that we’ve finished Death In Paradise. Both have beautiful scenery, but the good part is that they are ‘light’. I can watch an episode before bed and not dream about it all night.

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We’re watching So Help Me Todd right now. It’s a fun, somewhat mindless show. More fluff than substance.

I think I might have watched Inside the Mind of a Cat - I will check. There are a few programmes like this with similar titles. I can always watch it again!

Left open for a sequel.

I watched a few good documentaries on TV last week including

Paula - about the TV presenter Paula Yates

and I started to watch Becoming Frida Kahlo about the Mexican artist/painter

Apart from that I am slowly getting through the full series of Endeavour which is the prequel to the fabulous Inspector Morse detective series set in and around Oxford and starring John Thaw


We have just finished watching Arctic From Above on Sky Nature.

This series follows the wildlife biologist Liz Bonnin as she travels to one of Earth’s last great wildernesses to reveal fresh insights about its animals.

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Note to self - I must watch this on BBC One

Wild Isles plus there is a very important 6th epsiode which can be viewed on BBC iplayer regarding conservation and damage to the environment in the UK - apparently this episode caused a bit of a furore which you can read about here : BBC will not broadcast Attenborough episode over fear of ‘rightwing backlash’


@cat.tails I must watch Wild Isles too, looks really good, thank you for the reminder :+1:t2::slightly_smiling_face:

Marcella, on Netflix. Fabulous series!

@lmhale I just had a Google and it looks good… a great recommendation thank you :slightly_smiling_face: