My great uncle swears he met Nielsen in a bar. He lived in the same area at the time and was a young Scottish guy who liked a drink, so it's possible.Enjoyed the first episode of Des.
Yesterday I binged watched all 4 episodes of Challenger: The Final Flight on Netflix. Documentary series on the Challenger space shuttle that exploded. I was only 8 years old when it happened so while I recall it happening, I knew little of the circumstances surrounding this tragedy. I really enjoyed it, informative, inspiring but also very tragic.
My great uncle swears he met Nielsen in a bar. He lived in the same area at the time and was a young Scottish guy who liked a drink, so it's possible.
He does talk a lot of shite though.
I'm looking forward to the rest of the series. Will probably watch the remaining episodes at some point this weekend if I'm not doing anything better.
He's not gay, but he was young and wild back then from what I hear. Liked a drink and a gamble, and had some mental health issues, so he could be a target.Guessing your uncle wasn't his type?
I enjoyed it, but purely from an informative perspective, don't go in expecting Making a murder level revelations or corruption, if you're looking to be shocked it's not going to do that.Saw the trailer which put me off what I had hoped would be an interesting doc. So its good you say?
Sounds like heaven to me.Am 2 episodes in to Ridley Scotts, Raised by Wolves. Sci-fi show about a dystopian future where there's been a war between atheists and the religious. The atheists lost but Earth seems to be ruined in the process and the religious are fleeing in ships they call arks to find new worlds to settle. But this show focuses around a couple of androids called Mother and Father, programmed by an atheist to start a new human atheist civilisation free from religion with the dozen human embryo's they have.
It's early yet but I enjoyed the first 2 episodes and apparently it's already been renewed for a 2nd season, so I'm hoping this show grows into something good. The premise is pretty original, for a genre that's usually run out of fresh ideas it's interesting just to see a new story.
Only critique I have so far is the kid in the show is annoying, not sure if it's his posh British accent that's annoying me which seems jarring given the shows setting, I mean where did this kid get a grammar school education while on some rock in space, or if it's just the writing for his role being rather predictable.