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Autumnwatch

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    Posted by Chrissy (U14921689) on Tuesday, 29th October 2013

    All very interesting and clever filming with extremely enthusiastic presenters but what ruins it for us is the completely unnecessary and irritating music (same old complaint!) - why not just hear the birds chirping, the leaves rustling etc.etc. rather than some idiot banging on the drums?!

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    Posted by Onslow The Cat (U13672446) on Tuesday, 29th October 2013

    All very interesting and clever filming with extremely enthusiastic presenters but what ruins it for us is the completely unnecessary and irritating music (same old complaint!) - why not just hear the birds chirping, the leaves rustling etc.etc. rather than some idiot banging on the drums?! 

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    I'm not really sold on Autumnwatch anyway. It's all been done before in previous series and how many times does it need reworking? Especially after The Great British Year?

    smiley - blackcat

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    Posted by zelda (U2012536) on Tuesday, 29th October 2013

    I have gone right off the programme too. It is too childish in presentation for me these days.

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    Posted by saffiewalks (U11222674) on Wednesday, 30th October 2013

    I actually thought last night's programme was less childish than normal. No sniggering, injokes or poodles.
    However, I think that most subjects on this and Springwatch have now been done to death including migration, murmations of starlings, rutting stags (where was Simon King smiley - biggrin) and sitting on the fence about badgers. What purpose was served by Martin driving round a nature reserve in the dark?
    As they are only doing four programmes perhaps them that knows best are also running out of steam.

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    Posted by Dee (U15846799) on Wednesday, 30th October 2013

    Chrissie, I'm going to close this thread because it's a duplicate.

    Please join the others talking about Autumn Watch here if you have more you'd like to say about it: www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mb...

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