Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by Chimp, Jun 10, 2019.
Butter wouldn't melt
I don’t know what you mean.....
I don't know whether I dare say this, but I found the programme more of a rowing boat than the Titanic - and a tad theatrical.....
I am glad I wasn't the only one - far too many "I just can't bear it" for my liking.
It was rather theatrical, but it often is when it features someone from the acting profession. I suppose that's who they are, in fairness. She seemed to speak with genuine interest.
I liked discovering a corner of Sweden (apart from the chap who'd worked in the stable block - "It was a very smelly job." Excuse me? )
And - "Eleven children!" That was pretty average for the time, I'd say.
I have to admit that I dozed off briefly during the Swedish bit, so missed the chap in the stables
Theatrical was inevitable but still quite interesting.
Shushhhhhh i haven't watched it yet
Wasn't very impressed by her.... She didn't seem genuine for some reason and too theatrical although to be fair, did feel for her about her mum.
My thoughts entirely
Living in Reading , our local forum contains several who who the family. They seem to agree with the the comments above, including one who thought she must be "going for a BAFTA"
Who's up next? (I'm actually enjoying the last couple of series more than in previous years).
Canadian Katherine Ryan. That should be interesting.
...and she will probably be quite entertaining too - in the same way as the Whitehalls were.
I also have great hopes of Paul Merton.
Next up will be comedian Katherine Ryan. She is on our tv's quite a lot of late but heralds from Sarnia in Canada.
Although, like others above, I thought she was a bit theatrical, I did still enjoy the programme and look forward to the rest of the series.
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