Wednesday, 24 May 2006

The Big Adventure on the BBC

As a break to the politics, it will be continued however, the BBC have put up a permanent link to the feature they ran on us and it is here. That means you can download the video of me and Mark in action for your personal use on your hard drive.

OH THE JOY!

9 comments:

  1. For some reason it won't play for me. Bloody useless real player! Good interview though.

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  2. I will take a look when i get home,The system at the factory wont let me see it,Owt in the pipeline for the future?

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  3. I loved the interview, but not a word about Whitchurch?

    I'm sure there were those among your counterparts, all those centuries ago, who remarked that the sound of hooves clopping was the worst sound in the world.

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  4. You seemed to be enjoying yourselves, even while walking. What will happen now? Will the show be televised in your country or was it already and I missed it because I'm slow and unobservant sometimes?

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  5. The whole thing is cool. The film may be a hit at Sundance.

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  6. That's awesome. The food they gave you afterwards looked kinda ok too.

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  7. Nice one Dan - will have a look at that. Cheers :)

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  8. Hey, i thought i would leave a comment because i'm strange like that, but also because i was scouring the internet and i came across your blog, when i was searching for something totally different, and i realised i met you guys on your Big Adventure thing when you were in betws-y-coed, and we did that whole survey thing with you. if you dont remember us we were the group of teenagers, with the chick with the nintendo belt buckle (me) and the dude with the joy division t-shirt (Rory). Hope you didnt get too many blisters and stuff, please comment back to us on my myspace if you want (not compulsory, we wont hunt you down, but we wouldn't say no to a comment). Well bye lubbies Amy x

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