Like anyone really cares... *lol* But I do, so I'm telling the world - and now it's out there hanging in space...forever! Mwa ha ha ha!!
besides the obvious pastime of occasionally catching the news, and this news, too, there are a few programs I like to try and keep up with:
"* Farm" (and for once, the little star does NOT stand for bad language). A terrific little BBC series (that I watch on TVO) that covers different time-periods in agriculture. One was named ""Wartime Farm"", another was ""Edwardian Farm"", and so on. Currently showing is a new-to-Canada series called ""Tudor Monastery Farm"" which I plan upon not missing a single episode of. And yes, I probably should have used "Wikipedia" links all along, but I'm trying to show off our terrific Ontario-based broadcast channel - so sue me. *LOL*
Oops, off topic there a little... In any case, these shows have been fascinating to watch and learn from - I learned how to make cottage cheese in one episode of "Wartime Farm". The presenters are extremely knowledgable (2 archeologists and a historian, so I should think they'd be quite knowledgable), and are also quite enthusiastic as well. That enthusiasm is rather catchy and keeps me hooked on the series - and I must admit, Ruth (the historian) is not only obviously VERY into re-enacting, she has the best laugh ever! :) As well, you might want to look up Peter - it appears he has quite the fan following amongst the ladies! Alex is just a total charmer. 'nuff said. ;)
I am quite the fan of "N.C.I.S." (but sorry, not the L.A. spin-off. I've tried, but it just misses the mark for me, and too bad - I'm a big fan of Linda Hunt) A fun program to watch and be envious of Abbey's style. ;)
"Bones" is a lot of fun, too (provided you can get past the usually gruesome openers for each episode). It's been interesting watching Bones' character develop over time from a total "brainer" with almost no social skills to being married with a daughter. She makes no apologies for being briliiant - something us women need to remember more often.
There are other programs I watch sporadically - including the somewhat guilty pleasure of watching "Duck Dynasty" (which is totally real, right?? No scripting there, no way... *LOL*) Seen many documentaries on the above mentioned TVO, really rather intersting stuff (to me, anyway). Some past faves were "Millennium" and "Brimstone". Even further back in time... "Magnum P.I.", "The A-Team" (hey, I always thought Murdock was a total babe! *lol*), and "St. Elsewhere".
Well, thanks for joining me on this totally selfish memory lane trip. Actually, it would be nice to hear about programs that you enjoy or grew up with that you just can NOT get out of your brain (hello, "Solid Gold" anyone?).
TTFN, and have a super-splendiferous day!