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Just resurrecting this thread. Not Netflix but Amazon, "Clarksons Farm". Just finished watching it in the van. Absolutely brilliant. A proper hoot but also a really good insight into just whats involved in Farming which I found interesting as believe it or not as a teenager I spent a lot of time working on my uncles farm. Well worth a watch.

I watched a bit of it the other day, it was okay apart from Clarkson doing Noel Coward impressions, he used to talk normally, but he's an arse so what do we expect.
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I saw that advertised a few days ago when the TV was switched on for the first and last time since I have been here, Iím not a fan of his so ignored it, maybe when I get home Iíll give it a try.
Itís been at least 3 weeks since I watched anything on a screen except this screen.
Well Michelle really liked it and she is not really a Clarkson fan. His interaction with the young lad he works with and the others is really good and despite it being a similar kind of roll for Jeremy as The Grand Tour there is a side to him Ive not seen before. I think he genuinely cared for the Farm and the animals but it is really funny.
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Well Michelle really liked it and she is not really a Clarkson fan. His interaction with the young lad he works with and the others is really good and despite it being a similar kind of roll for Jeremy as The Grand Tour there is a side to him Ive not seen before. I think he genuinely cared for the Farm and the animals but it is really funny.
I agree, it's his odd voice that spoils it for me but I will watch the rest Kaleb takes the **** out of him so much too.
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We have watched 3 episodes/chapters tonight, I nearly wet me nickers laughing with the first 2, and it is very interesting. Strange thing, this morning JŁrgen and I had breakfast together, Heike was at work, and he said almost word for word what J C said about insects on the windscreen a few years back and now hardly any and that is so. We see another side to Clarkson in this production.
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Glad you are enjoying it Jan. I think you will like it also Sandra

I wonder if there is scope for a second series. Hope so.
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Only one more chapter to watch tonight, but I have to say chapter 7 was boring, they seem to be trying to find stuff just to fill the time.

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Just resurrecting this thread. Not Netflix but Amazon, "Clarksons Farm". Just finished watching it in the van. Absolutely brilliant. A proper hoot but also a really good insight into just whats involved in Farming which I found interesting as believe it or not as a teenager I spent a lot of time working on my uncles farm. Well worth a watch.
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It’s really worth a watch Jan as it’s very funny.

Bosch season 7 is now on Prime Video as well.

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Itís really worth a watch Jan as itís very funny.

Bosch season 7 is now on Prime Video as well.

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Iíve watched most of it Terry, last chapter tonight, but both Heike and I found chapter 7 a bit boring, hopefully the last one will end on a high note and we will also want more. The first few were extremely funny, but can the co stars of the village be real, the dry stone wall builder talks like Stanley Unwin and the young Kaleb ( can that really be the name of a 21 year old) he knows everything there is to know about tractors and what they do, but has never read a book?

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