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Old 20th November 2023, 05:41 PM
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Watched the film "Tish" at Newcastle Tyneside Cinema last week on its premier.................quite excellent
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Old 27th March 2024, 06:19 AM
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The film is going to be shown on BBC4 on Bank Holiday Monday, together with a number of repeats of other photography-related programmes - one other highlight is Alan Yentob's imagine… on Vivian Maier.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001xyrg
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Old 27th March 2024, 01:53 PM
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Thanks for the info Collas. We don't get much on the telly about photography, so I'll be setting up whatever is on.

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Old 28th March 2024, 04:18 PM
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Thanks for the info Collas. We don't get much on the telly about photography, so I'll be setting up whatever is on.

Terry S
And done! There's a few bits to record and I've set the system up for all of it apart from the BBC one about the history of photography, 'Britain in Focus', with Eamonn McCabe, as I have it on a set of DVDs, which I watch all the way through occasionally. If anyone's not seen it yet, it's definitely worth a watch. It has 3 episodes.

Thanks once more Collas, as I haven't been looking through the TV listings magazine much lately.

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Old 28th March 2024, 04:46 PM
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Thanks Collas for the info about this programme and Vivian Maier on Easter Monday, the latter being worth a second look

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Old 2nd April 2024, 10:06 PM
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I have just watched "Tish" It was very well put together. I found my throat catching more and more as I watched it. Her's was a life full of irredeemable sadness and waste engendered by lack of resources and recognition of her talent

I'd call it a "must watch" for anyone who wants to understand how badly served were certain communities in the seismic changes of the 1980s

Her work may be recognised now and that is a plus but will we learn about effecting change that will be both better and permanent?

Of that I have some serious doubts

Mike
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Old 3rd April 2024, 04:15 PM
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I have just watched "Tish" It was very well put together. I found my throat catching more and more as I watched it. Her's was a life full of irredeemable sadness and waste engendered by lack of resources and recognition of her talent

I'd call it a "must watch" for anyone who wants to understand how badly served were certain communities in the seismic changes of the 1980s

Her work may be recognised now and that is a plus but will we learn about effecting change that will be both better and permanent?

Of that I have some serious doubts

Mike
What Mike said! Absolute must watch.

I grew up in a mining village in the late 60's through the 70's and left to go to sea in 1981. Not everyone got out.
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Old 3rd April 2024, 04:44 PM
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I have just watched "Tish" It was very well put together. I found my throat catching more and more as I watched it. Her's was a life full of irredeemable sadness and waste engendered by lack of resources and recognition of her talent

I'd call it a "must watch" for anyone who wants to understand how badly served were certain communities in the seismic changes of the 1980s

Her work may be recognised now and that is a plus but will we learn about effecting change that will be both better and permanent?

Of that I have some serious doubts
Completely agree with everything expressed here, Mike.
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Old 3rd April 2024, 06:41 PM
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Thanks both for that. Not often we need to express our feelings/emotions on FADU and that's probably one our assets most of the time but there are times when feelings matter

This was such a time for me

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