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  • tacopowell
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    Anyone watching this?

    Can’t but help its a little dumbed down with Dermot O’Leary,

    Want to get more in-depth with the questions rather than asking them to preform cartwheels!

    mikey74
    Member

    I am slowly forming the opinion that he is the wrong person to be presenting this. I can’t make my mind up if he is being sincere as well: Some of his “enthusiasm” seems a bit forced.

    tacopowell
    Member

    Can’t help but think that BBC would have done a better job of this opportunity, The Sky at Night team would have been great.

    mikey74
    Member

    Yeah, same. When I saw it was on Channel 4 I assumed it wouldn’t be as good as it could be.

    Boba Fatt
    Member

    It’s Channel 4,be thankful it’s not Davina Mccall shouting every third word and demanding an astronaut leave the ISS

    mikey74
    Member

    I’ve given up treating it as a science program: I’m just enjoying the Earth views and the live internal shots.

    martinxyz
    Member

    Me too. Turn the sound down and play Prodigy – diesel power! :O)

    scuttler
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    Not science – Kids TV, which is why I’ve recorded them. We all watched a bit live earlier with the iPad and ISS Tracker crossing S. America and into the darkness (it is live). They are enjoyable but utterly dumbed down with standard Jill Douglas lines of questioning “How did it feel…”.

    Premier Icon slowoldman
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    Why do all documentary programs these days have to be accompanied by shit music? It doesn’t improve the presentation.

    Thought Dermot was ‘ok’ but my 1st choice would’ve been Patrick Moore (not possible considering he’s not around any more) or Patrick Stewart, (or Prof Cox?)

    Premier Icon slowoldman
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    Philomena Cunk might have been a better choice.

    Oh and why oh why the shit music smeared over all documentaries these days. It’s like watching “The Disney Wonderful World of Facts”.

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