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  1. I’m working my way through, The Walking Dead, seasons six.
  2. I don’t know if it has been decided who is going to pay for their bodyguards yet, but if they do start to earn the millions some are predicting in the future, then they should pay for their own security or contribute towards it, and not the tax payer. They are already worth a small fortune now.
  3. The Greatest Dancer. It’s a dance competition. I didn’t watch it last year when it first started, thought I would give it a try this year and I like it.
  4. Thank you. I’ll pass the information on.
  5. Tiredness might cause her to eat more because she does feel tired quite a lot, I’m not sure about the food satisfaction though. She did have most of her thyroid removed over 20 years ago. Before she had her thyroid operation and for a long time after the operation she was six stone over weight. However she has managed to lose 4 stone, but she struggles to keep the weight off. She says it is harder for her to lose weight and maintain her weight loss because of having most of her thyroid removed and she is on medication for it, but she does overeat when she is stressed.
  6. I only know him for playing Sgt Blaketon in Heartbeat. Good actor. RIP
  7. I often say food doesn’t taste as nice as it use to be, but as we age our taste buds start to decrease and the rest begins to shrink so that can effect our ability to distinguish different tastes. Medication can also effect your taste buds. A friend of mine says she can’t taste food at all but it doesn’t stop her from over eating.
  8. I’m not sure if this is any good to you. That’s if I’ve done it correctly. https://nationalholidays.com/shows/as-seen-on-screen/strictly-come-dancing-the-live-tour
  9. I would have thought Chesney would be better off claiming benefits and helping his wife raise their five children. I’m not sure if it would be worth his while working in a Kabab shop when you add up all the benefits they might be entitled to.
  10. I agree with you about some storylines being done to boost their ratings but I also wonder if there is a message in them. I can’t comment on Emmerdale or Holly Oakes as I don’t watch them but after Sinead’s battle to live it was on TV that a few young women thanked Corrie who were to scared to go for a smear test until they watched the story about her. The actress herself who played her, who gave a compelling performance, also received emails thanking her because some woman who were scared went for a smear test and had to have treatment for irregular cells. If there was a message in this storyline then I would like to think it’s don’t let embarrassment kill you. I think it is a good thing If there is a message at the end of the programme saying if you feel worried and need to speak to someone then please contact ....
  11. If in the future Harry and Megan do divorce I think she’ll be alright, there will be film offers, documentaries and paying her to use her name to promote various things.
  12. I don’t think they will have to worry about earning a living. They have the potential of earning millions, especially if they go to Hollywood. It will be interesting to see what the future holds for them.
  13. Some of the stories in Corrie are silly and they do go on for ages, but occasionally they do a hard hitting story and they handle it very well. A recent one is when Sinead was diagnosed with cervical cancer when she was pregnant, how she ignored the symptoms at first, then having to decide whether to terminate her pregnancy or not. When she was told she has only months to live she has to decide how to spend her remaining weeks, at home or in a hospice. I thought corrie deserves praise how they handled Sinead’s death. Sadly this does happen in real life.
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