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Re: CITV documentary

Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:16 pm
by Canadanne
pjmlfc05 wrote:Wonder if Barry, his brother or the rest of his team watched the episodes?
Simon did, he was commenting on Facebook.

Re: CITV documentary

Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 9:41 pm
by pjmlfc05
Cool, what did Simon say? I'm not on Facebook. In the poll the gap has closed a bit! With another big push hopefully it can be number 1!

Re: CITV documentary

Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:40 pm
by JamesA
pjmlfc05 wrote:Cool, what did Simon say?
Simon says *ahem* :

"A lot of memories there. Of all the episodes they could have chosen!"

He also made a couple of other general comments regarding the ITV player.

Re: CITV documentary

Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:44 pm
by Canadanne
The Facebook page is here, btw:
http://www.facebook.com/Knightmare.CITV
(You don't have to have an account to read the comments.)

Re: CITV documentary

Posted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 5:13 am
by pjmlfc05
Thanks for the link Annie. :)

Re: CITV documentary

Posted: Sat Mar 09, 2013 4:36 pm
by BBrooks
The CITV Old Skool Weekend was a real treat, it was worth it just to see KM back on TV. Definitely one of the most feel-good weekends of Television ever, it brought back so many memories.

Before the years up, I'd like to think that CITV could do this one more time. This time with the shows that were left out from January. I'm talking about Zzzap!, Out of Sight, Harry's Mad, Bernard's Watch, Wizadora (with Wendy van der Plank), Wolf It, Virtually Impossible, ReBoot etc. They should show some KM episodes from the 80's (preferably Series 3) this time. Somebody should start a petition. :-)

Re: CITV documentary

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:45 pm
by Drassil
On 30th December last year, I wrote:Ahead of the Old Skool Weekend, I would like to make some small updates to my '30 Years Of CITV' article on the website, but I've been unable to get into it for a week and a half. Please, Powers That Be, may I have access to it?
Four months on and I still cannot edit my article. Again, please may I be allowed access to it, if only to correct the typos?

Re: CITV documentary

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:21 pm
by Mystara
Drassil wrote:
On 30th December last year, I wrote:Ahead of the Old Skool Weekend, I would like to make some small updates to my '30 Years Of CITV' article on the website, but I've been unable to get into it for a week and a half. Please, Powers That Be, may I have access to it?
Four months on and I still cannot edit my article. Again, please may I be allowed access to it, if only to correct the typos?
I'm not entirely sure who you're addressing - can you clarify?

Better yet, I would suggest making the request directly to the person concerned rather than publicly, as a PS, in a forum, on a topic that is completely unrelated, where you have no guarantee at all that the relevant person will even see your request, let alone remember to act on it.

:)

Re: CITV Old Skool Weekend

Posted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 9:30 pm
by Canadanne
Canadanne wrote:
Fri Dec 21, 2012 4:25 pm
Mystara wrote:The episodes are series 7, episodes 14-15.

CITV schedule coordinator and self-confessed "gameshow geek" David Cooper picked the episodes to be shown! Very good choices, IMHO, with all the key elements of Knightmare - clue objects, spells and potions, riddles, spying on Lord Fear, various character interactions, the two scariest physical challenges (Corridor of Blades and Trial By Spikes), a truly great team and the most exciting series finale. :)

Sad to read that David Cooper, who selected the Knightmare episodes for CITV's Old Skool Weekend, has died suddenly. :(