Darren69

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Just finished Atlanta Season 1.

Excellent. 

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Started Baron Noir last night, excellent French political thriller.

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coming soon SBS on Demand, the Night Manager........ this Wednesday!

looking forward to The Young Pope!

regards Ian

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For some reason we cannot seem to open The Night manager, it keeps coming up with internet issues Goddammit.

 

In lieu however, we are thoroughly enjoying The Mafia only Kills In Summer.

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1 hour ago, Darren69 said:

For some reason we cannot seem to open The Night manager, it keeps coming up with internet issues Goddammit.

 

In lieu however, we are thoroughly enjoying The Mafia only Kills In Summer.

I've really enjoyed The Night Manager.

Waiting for episode 4. :)

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11 hours ago, soundfan said:

I've really enjoyed The Night Manager.

Waiting for episode 4. :)

 

I get everything else through my Panasonic PVR no probs, ABC I View, Bigpond movies, Youtube etc but SBS On demand, not so. Sometimes it works and other times it tells me the 'video is not available'. Sometimes I persist and the show begins, other time it simply wont and we watch something else, strangely usually another different show on SBS On Demand! Or we go to Netflix etc, very strange. Meh- computer stuff. Black magic.

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1 hour ago, Darren69 said:

Sometimes it works and other times it tells me the 'video is not available'.

I have a similar problem with my Humax 4Tune.  About one time out of every four I get the 'Connect to the Internet' message.  I shut down and turn it on again after it has 'updated' (what this is I don't know) and I am usually OK.  I am currently using wifi so I had ethernet cabling professionally installed last week and have just received the cables I ordered. Funnily enough the cabling people couldn't supply any.

 

As far as programs are concerned I usually stick to docos and drama.  I did have a run on the Food Channel but find the shows are becoming very samey.

 

I'm currently watching Arne Dahl - a bit wobbly to start off IMO but soon gets into its stride.  I also enjoyed Dicte, even though it got a bit soap opera-ish towards  the end.  Next will be The Five.

 

I like the way that the Nordic shows give an insight into their way of life.  Given that they are supposed to be a few years in advance of everyone else, I wonder if this is what we can expect in Australia, especially the very fluid attitude towards relationships and marriage.

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50 minutes ago, bronal said:

I have a similar problem with my Humax 4Tune.  About one time out of every four I get the 'Connect to the Internet' message.  I shut down and turn it on again after it has 'updated' (what this is I don't know) and I am usually OK.  I am currently using wifi so I had ethernet cabling professionally installed last week and have just received the cables I ordered. Funnily enough the cabling people couldn't supply any.

 

As far as programs are concerned I usually stick to docos and drama.  I did have a run on the Food Channel but find the shows are becoming very samey.

 

I'm currently watching Arne Dahl - a bit wobbly to start off IMO but soon gets into its stride.  I also enjoyed Dicte, even though it got a bit soap opera-ish towards  the end.  Next will be The Five.

 

I like the way that the Nordic shows give an insight into their way of life.  Given that they are supposed to be a few years in advance of everyone else, I wonder if this is what we can expect in Australia, especially the very fluid attitude towards relationships and marriage.

 

Yes, they are quite androgynous in some ways, Dad might get the kids, Mum might, nothing set in stone, which is good really. Also, the gov seems to practice much more involvement in what happens at home amongst the family and they seem quite 'feared' by parents in that they must take the kids the moment something a bit messy happens.

 

I also used wi fi until a few months ago when I thought it was signal and ran an Ethernet cable under the house from the modem and up into the back of the unit I use-

 

http://www.harveynorman.com.au/panasonic-smart-network-3d-blu-ray-disc-dvd-recorder-with-twin-hd-tuner.html

 

It didn't make any difference so I assume the issue is with SBS but strangely, if I cant get it on the Panasonic unit, we often try the partners I-pad and it works fine on wi fi. Go figure.

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