Listed below are posts made by Newsat10 Lords a Leaping (U11124460) between Sunday, 29th November 2009 and Wednesday, 17th December 2014
Waterloo Road - (504 messages)
university challenge - (2132 messages)
ALL THE SMALL THINGS - (339 messages)
Changes to the PoV Message Boards - (2160 messages)
Gardener's World new series - (582 messages)
Rivers with Griff Rhys Jones - (307 messages)
SCD, series 2009 - (6562 messages)
Jackson takes over all world news ??? - (877 messages)
university challenge - (58 messages)
BBC Flops Of The Year - (110 messages)
Graham Norton. - (22 messages)
Can Gerry Robinson fix Dementia Care Homes - (123 messages)
Alesha Dixon and Darcey Bussell join the Strictly - (2156 messages)
SCD should be Strictly not Dancing !!! - (119 messages)
An Open Letter to Chris Hollins - (63 messages)
Who's your daddy? - (13 messages)
....wheres the snooker.........Beeb........? - (6 messages)
Wen did "aitch" become "Haitch"? - (139 messages)
Who does Judith Keppel think she is? - (38 messages)
Day of the Triffids - (16 messages)
Big Top (New BBC Comedy Series) - (45 messages)
Put the BBC NEWS on the Red Button - (11 messages)
Modernise the BBC weather maps - (48 messages)
Best TV Themes - (67 messages)
johnny cash night on BBC4! - (67 messages)
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