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The Witness

BBC 2 - Tue 4 Apr, 13:00 - 13:05 5 mins

The Wall Street Crash: John Hess was a boy in New York when the stock market crashed in 1929. It forced him to leave the city as a migrant worker during the Depression. He tells his story.

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Factual; History

Factual; Documentaries

It's funny how the tv media has all gone 1970 recently, and now this today, are they trying to remind everyone what happened before?

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It's funny how the tv media has all gone 1970 recently, and now this today, are they trying to remind everyone what happened before?

Saw an interview with the writer of that wierd 70s show that was on BBC1 on Mondays at 9 recently.

Basically he said that the people old enough to be writing drama these days grew up in the 70s and hence we'll see a lot more of it on our screens as that's generally what their influences are (The show was basically a remake of The Sweeney with a clever-ish premise of time travel, possibly ripped off from Iain Banks' The Bridge)

Who actually watches "Working Lunch" anyway????? That's always baffled me. Decent enough show, but what's with the scheduling?

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I agree . I ve been feeling a wib of related PsyOps, Ounce you undersstand the technology and the economic context its amazing how easy it is prooving to be able to evaluate and surmise an intent that ties them all together into a neat result.

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