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Desmond7
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Very much enjoyed that, good work that man!. I've watched Sharpe many times and never realised there was a real one, anyone who did what he did deserves a spot on the town trail at least, come on Ballymena council!!

Barbara...

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Great work, Des, looking forward to future episodes of Blackadder TV!

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I think the history presentation was fine.

I also enjoyed the expensive digital enhancement that had gone into making the presenter look younger and thinner than earlier real life photos indicate.

John

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Ta to all apart from 'orrible 'artley.

I'll have the mega-rich one know that one has been doing that middle-aged thingy and walking three miles every night.

I am even finner and incredibly more handsome now as a result.

He lied.

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Appetite whetted for a video-doc of Ballymena history - got 2 (count 'em) different stills, and a broken but interesting talk by Mr B - I really must throw out the dial-up and get into the 21st century. Innit. :rolleyes:

Sounded good, Des.

Jim

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Hello Des,

Really enjoyed the webcast, hope you do / post more in the future.

Best Wishes

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Well done Des, very interesting. When so many places are reaching back to their history , of course your right in saying the grave should be on the local history trail. "MO"

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Nice one Des

Congrats and I look forward to the next installment, keep us posted.

Glyn

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I really enjoyed that Des. I hope to see more broadcasts like that in the future! Interesting stuff.

Keep up the good work!

Lynz :lol:

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Wow ... Great Job ... now, how would you describe your "manner of speech" ... I don't think you have an accent, but then, you're not from Texas.

Great job ... interesting, just long enough ... and beautiful setting ... the poppy cross was a nice touch ... you?

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Well done Des!

I think you should get your own show. Parkie's retired.

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Ta for all kind comments - I am working up to a Nov 11 piece if all goes well.

For Andy in Texas ... my accent would be kindly described as 'Ulster-Scots' by some; culchie by others and Ballymena (hi) by most in Norn Iron.

Everytime I hear my pronunciation of the word 'status' ... I cringe. But what the hell!

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Nice one. Well done. And ignore Mr Hartley...jealousy is such a destabilising emotion.

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