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mark occomore



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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 4:34 am    Post subject: What your Jubilee Plans Reply with quote

What are your plans for this weekends Jubilee celebrations? Have you got the bunting out? Holding a street party - or just sitting watching it on TV?

I be there in the thick of it...
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 4:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

In bed hiding till the whole thing is over Cool
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 8:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I won't be "celebrating" and I won't be in the thick of anything.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 8:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hopefully having as normal as a Bank Holiday weekend as possible. I'd have liked to be away (I've nothing against the royal family) as I dislike all the hype. 10 years ago we were in Las Vegas courtesy of a business trip with my O/H which was rather nicely timed!

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 10:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

10 years ago I made a sudden last-minute decision. I cycled up to the local station with my kitchen steps looped over my saddle. Parked the bike at the station and went up to London.

I had a fantastic time! I stood in The Strand and saw and photographed the Golden Coach and various royals in their carriages and on horseback, had my packed lunch perched on my steps in Trafalgar Square watching the big screen, then walked to The Mall, stood on my steps by a tree in the crowd but not hiding the view from anyone and watched the processions. I joined the polite surge towards the Palace and saw the balcony scenes and the terrific flypast.

Ah well, that was 10 years ago. This year our local Carnival takes place which I shall go to and the rest of the time I'll be watching all the action on TV, between gardening time I hope.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 10:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds like you had a wonderful time Eileen! Sometimes the best times are had on the spur of the moment.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 11:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds like you enjoyed a delightful,improptu day out,Eileen ...what was the weather like?
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 1:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I will be at work for the next three days, so I will have to make the most of Tuesday. Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 2:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

becky sharp wrote:
Sounds like you enjoyed a delightful,improptu day out,Eileen ...what was the weather like?

It was sunny and warm, Becky, in fact couldn't have been better!
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 5:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've put some bunting up and so have our neighbours, it makes everything look a bit more cheerful on a drab day like today.

I've also purchased a jar of this special edition Marmite. Laughing

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 5:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mrs W has planned a garden picnic, but we had it in the lounge instead! Laughing

And that meant we could watch the Thames pageant.

The new Royal Barge Glorianna was stunning. I'm so pleased for the Queen. Sod the weather it's a great day!



Flicking from BBC to Sky News, it was clearly better coverage from Sky. I figured out that each section of the flotilla
(rowing, steam, Dunkirk veteran vessels, pleasure etc) had music performing on the lead vessel, and Sky have managed to capture
much of that with their microphones. Lots of Handel, Elgar, Walton, RVW.

A highlight was London Philharmonic and a brave rain-soaked little choir with Land Of Hope And Glory, proms-style sea shanties,
yes the choir were bobbing up and down Smile and at the end, the National Anthem!


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 6:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

John W wrote:


The new Royal Barge Glorianna was stunning.


I can honestly say I thought the new "barge" was a complete eyesore! Shocked is this a new, or newly converted vessel??
I believe the designers should have produced a better product than this. The bow section was adorned with gilded carvings whilst the "bridge" looked like it was borrowed from a nearby tower crane! what a contrast to the older style launch used from the RY Britannia's days..
In fact, wouldn't it have been nice to have used the Britannia for this event!
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 7:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I enjoyed watching the pageant from home with a cup of coca. It's just a shame that the weather was so naff.

The stand out points for me were.
1. The rowing boats which must have been tough going in choppy conditions.
2. Whoever managed to 'park' the royal barge with pinpoint accuracy.
3. The soggy, frozen, heroic choir on the music barge
4. some of the royals bobbing up and down to the sailor's Hornpipe Laughing
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I thoroughly enjoyed it and, Toggy, thank you for showing us the "Ma'amite" jar. I now have my own!
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've just thoroughly enjoyed watching "All the Queen's Horses" on ITV... what a great show. Unfortunately, I missed the first 25 minutes or so and missed the US contribution so hopefully I can watch again on Virgin catch up TV or something... (does ITV have a version of iPlayer?? )
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2012 8:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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3. The soggy, frozen, heroic choir on the music barge

I think they should have ended their stint with a bit of 'Singing In The Rain', I think that would have raised a few laughs!
Yes. my father & I enjoyed watching it all too.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2012 4:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Glad you all enjoyed it, looks like Littlepieces and ColinB are as miserable as the weather Wink
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2012 3:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

gazmando wrote:
Glad you all enjoyed it, looks like Littlepieces and ColinB are as miserable as the weather Wink


If not being a supporter of this archaic monarchy, most of whom really do need to sample life as it really is for the vast majority of British people, is an example of being "miserable" then so be it. However, we had a great time away from all the sycophancy on the north Norfolk coast. Not miserable in the least.

Thank you kindly.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2012 3:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

John W wrote:


Flicking from BBC to Sky News, it was clearly better coverage from Sky.
The BBC coverage of the river pageant was absymal ..they are getting slaughtered on the POV board for it and rightly so...
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2012 3:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I watched the re-run on Sky and it was certainly better and I heard a lot more of the different musical offerings than on the BBC.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2012 3:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I refuse to subscribe to Sky, but thankfully we were walking along the windswept coast of North Norfolk, ending up in a great little pub with good food, fab beers ....... and no telly. Couldn't be better!
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ColinB wrote:
I refuse to subscribe to Sky, but thankfully we were walking along the windswept coast of North Norfolk, ending up in a great little pub with good food, fab beers ....... and no telly. Couldn't be better!
You don't have to subscribe ...I have Sky News on my package from Virgin..I didn't realise they were covering on there it until someone posted they were on the POV board ..I switched over and listened to Alastair Bruce do a sterling job ...not a celeb in sight,unlike the BBC.. Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2012 3:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

becky sharp wrote:
You don't have to subscribe ...I have Sky News on my package from Virgin..


Is it on Freeview or Freesat though?

That said..... it's still a product of The Murdoch Mafia. And never did the station's "journalists" offer even the merest hint of the corruption at the News Of The World. Can't think why!
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becky sharp wrote:
You don't have to subscribe ...I have Sky News on my package from Virgin..


Is it on Freeview or Freesat though?

That said..... it's still a product of The Murdoch Mafia. And never did the station's "journalists" offer even the merest hint of the corruption at the News Of The World. Can't think why!

I think it was mentioned on the POV board that it is on Freeview,Colin....as for watching Sky . ...I would have been cutting off my nose to spite my face not to have availed myself of Sky's vastly superior coverage for free.. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2012 4:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sky News is Channel 82 on Freeview.

I went to see the River Pageant, as my daughter's partner works in City Hall, which was handy, as you had to have a pass or a ticket to get by the river. So I watched from the warmth and comfort, while the poor buggers outside got soaked and chilled to the marrow. Such a pity about the weather, as it would have been nice to stand outside and join in the celebrations, instead of wimping out and staying in City Hall, with a great view on the second floor.

Her Maj is quite something. We'll never see her like again.

I did catch the highlights on BBC that evening. Abysmal, and I wouldn't be surprised if it was deliberate, as it was so inept as to be unbelievable. I've read the POV boards, and as Becky says, they are getting mauled on there...and rightly so. Not that it will make any difference, as we all know that the BBC doesn't do listening to the people that contribute towards their wages.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2012 6:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Her Maj is quite something. We'll never see her like again.


We won't Raver, and that's why it's so wonderful to have lived through her reign.

The Beeb's commentary was awful.

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oldraver wrote:
Sky News is Channel 82 on Freeview.

I went to see the River Pageant, as my daughter's partner works in City Hall, which was handy, as you had to have a pass or a ticket to get by the river. So I watched from the warmth and comfort, while the poor buggers outside got soaked and chilled to the marrow. Such a pity about the weather, as it would have been nice to stand outside and join in the celebrations, instead of wimping out and staying in City Hall, with a great view on the second floor.

Her Maj is quite something. We'll never see her like again.

I did catch the highlights on BBC that evening. Abysmal, and I wouldn't be surprised if it was deliberate, as it was so inept as to be unbelievable. I've read the POV boards, and as Becky says, they are getting mauled on there...and rightly so. Not that it will make any difference, as we all know that the BBC doesn't do listening to the people that contribute towards their wages.



Pity all round,Raver, that the sun didn't shine but how lovely to have been actually there anyway,especially under cover.... Cool
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oldraver wrote:
Her Maj is quite something. We'll never see her like again.


That I quite agree with. However, what annoys me about the whole outdated system of monarchy in the UK is the number of other expensive hangers-on who are born into a life of extreme privilege yet who contribute so little when compared to the majority of the Queen's so-called "subjects" (ie: us commoners).
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2012 6:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I really enjoyed the pomp and pageantry. The pageant on the River Thames shows how everyone is united together with the crowds lining the streets - with her majesty all the royals on the Royal Barge in the wind and rain. Sky News was the better coverage than the BBC. There was no need to roll out celebrities that's the failure of the BBC

I thought the concert had some good and bad parts ( Cheryl Cole ) - the BBC should have got a Taxi for some of the comedians out bursts. I also thought some were missing - Rod Stewart, Phil Collins, David Bowie, Rolling Stones and The Who. Duran Duran - Simon Le Bon was upset they weren't asked. I don't think Gary Barlow deserves a Knighthood yet. There are many more desirables who are well in front before the Take That star.

The carriage procession through the streets of London bought everyone together again. You will get some anti royalists who like attention. Just need to walk past them and hopefully they will fall into the Thames.
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mark occomore wrote:
The carriage procession through the streets of London bought everyone together again.


Everyone?

mark occomore wrote:
You will get some anti royalists who like attention. Just need to walk past them and hopefully they will fall into the Thames.


Now you're being silly Mark. "Anti-Royalists" are people who have valid opinions and who, in a democracy, have a right to those opinions.
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Did anybody here watch the concert? as with most of these things there were good bits, bad bits, terrible bits and brilliant bits.

Terrible bits
The very unfunny 'comedians'
Lenny Henry interupting Rolf while singing Two Little boys, rude, ignorant and embarrasing for Rolf.
Macca's out of tune singing.

Bad Bits
Kylie Miming
Cliff dancing (though singing not too bad)
Cheryl Cole. Shocked
Shirley Bassey failing to hit the high notes.

Good bits
Feisty and bonkers Grace Jones with her hula hoop. Laughing
Annie Lennox with her angel wings.
The song with Gary Barlow and Andrew Lloyd Webber with the choir and African children, it was a lot better than I was expecting it to be.
Stevie Wonder on good form.
Jools Holland & Ruby Turner

Brilliant bits
Tom Jones - What a voice!
Madness on the roof with the video projections, very very clever.
Alfie Boe & Renee Fleming on the balcony, beautiful voices.
Prince Charles' moving & funny speech.
The sea of union jacks down the mall

All in all not a bad gig. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2012 4:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I thought Cliff was awful apart from when he sang Congratulations and I've seen Macca do much better.

Lenny Henry totally out of order on his racial bits and with his interrupting Rolf Harris.

I thought Tom Jones was the best, plus Alfie Boe and Rene Flemming who I'm not usually a fan of.

Prince Charles was great.

Thought the Golden Jubilee one was better, (I saw when it was re broadcast and still have it on DVD) but then Cliff & co are all ten years older now............................

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2012 4:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

New gig for Britain Got Talent next year. Sing whilst Hula Hopping...
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Cliff was completely flat, singing Dynamite ...Shocked just awful...thankfully he got better as he went along..he looked as if he was trying too hard..

Grace Jones is a complete fruitcake but looked and sounded fabulous...how did she manage to keep that hoop going all the way through?..Laughing

Poor choice of song for Ruby Turner,I thought ...but a great voice ..

Lang Lang was brilliant and I loved that he played one of my favourites ..Rhapsody In Blue
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Renee Fleming superb ..wasn't over keen on the jazzed up version of Just One Cornetto from Alfie Boe but the duet with Renee Fleming was beautiful

Fabulous graphics for Madness who always sound good....

Annie Lennox was a disappointment for me

Kylie sounded good (I didn't think anyone had mimed) but why did she have about three songs whilst our Shirl only had one?..Shirl didn't disappoint

Stevie Wonder was okay but I wondered why he was there ...can anybody enlighten me?

I watched the programme with Gary Barlow going round the Commonwealth gathering talent together to sing the specially commissioned song ...which I think is a pleasant one...so it was a nice moment to see them all together singing it

Tom Jones looked and sounded fabulous ....

Poor form from Lenny Henry (although I'm sure he was told to do it) shushing lovely Rolf halfway through his song ...would a couple more minutes have hurt that much?


And it is with a heavy heart I say goodness knows I love Macca but his voice has sounded better...

All in all not a bad night's entertainment....fireworks were spectacular.

I heard on the radio (from the man himself) that the person responsible for the graphics on Buckingham Palace is going to do a similar thing for the Olympics.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2012 5:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I had a look at McCartney's bit and, much as I love the bloke and everything he's achieved, I feel that he's becoming a bit of a caricature of his old self; I wish he'd introduce new audiences to more songs from his amazing and varied back-catalogue than rehashing the same old two or three standards. Today's generation could be forgiven for thinking that "that bloke who was in some band called the Beatles" has only written a handful of hit songs.

Mind you, that's the very nature of these "roll em on, roll em off" type gigs, which are all a bit of a compromise anyhow. I've seen some amazing McCartney - and also Wings - gigs over the years, and it's such a pity he doesn't do more.

A pretty lame performance, all things considered.
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I'm sorry to say that Paul sounded like a very bad pub singer, not good at all.

I forgot about Lang Lang, absolutely terrific. Must give credit to the orchestra as well, I'm sure it was a bit of a break from the norm for them. I recognised the conductor as it was him who conducted the film music night at the proms last year.
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Possibly we're being a bit unfair in criticising the oldies' failure to reach the high notes. After all, Macca, Cliff, Elton etc are hardly youngsters and vocal range does diminish with age.

I was a bit disappointed with the concert. The so-called comedians/presenters were totally unfunny. Hang on, I've just remembered Miranda Hart, Lenny Henry, Rob Brydon were never funny anyway. Why does Henry have such a huge chip on his shoulder about being black? And why did Brydon make a totally gratuitous reference to someone doing something faster than Jeremy Hunt deleting a text? Does he really think that people from deepest Africa who might have been watching, or half the British public come to think of it, would really understand that one?

As for the artists, why did Kylie have five songs and Shirley only one?
Why did Stevie sing Happy Birthday? Presumably he really thought it was the Queen's birthday.
Elton was pretty awful, one Queen singing to another. Annie Lennox was dreadful (she was so good at previous concerts). Madness are always appalling of course but I did like the idea of the rooftop performance, even if Brian May did it ten years earlier.

Highlight for me was Sir Tom, and the African choir, Rene Fleming/Alfie Bow, and Macca who can do no wrong anyway.
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Possibly we're being a bit unfair in criticising the oldies' failure to reach the high notes. After all, Macca, Cliff, Elton etc are hardly youngsters and vocal range does diminish with age.


They all have the vocal range - it depends on the songs they're singing and where they're singing them. In Macca's case the song choice was completely wrong. I didn't see the other two, as I was distracted by the fine Norfolk ales on offer at the pub we were in!
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Yes, Ob La Di Ob La Da was a strange song to end with, Lennon would have rolled in his grave.
You were probably better off in the pub!
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 07, 2012 5:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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They all have the vocal range - it depends on the songs they're singing and where they're singing them. In Macca's case the song choice was completely wrong. I didn't see the other two, as I was distracted by the fine Norfolk ales on offer at the pub we were in!

I tend to agree with that,Colin, and I was a little surprised to hear the strains of Ob La Di,Schizoidman, at the end,although I suppose Hey Jude (the one I was expecting) can go on too long and there would have been time constraints with it being a live concert.

I did read that all the artistes were given the songs that the organisers wanted them to sing.
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