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Thread: Life On Mars now on iPlayer

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    Life On Mars now on iPlayer

    That's all. Loving it all over again.

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    Grand Master
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    Funnily enough have just started watching it again, just how policing should be. Lol.

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    Thanks. For some reason, I’ve never watched it but sounds like I should!

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    "Fire up the Quattro".

    Classic television.

    Gene Hunt, what a ........ nice man :-)

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    I rewatch this every few years - just wonderful, sublime TV.


    I can actually also recommend the short-lived US version, although it wasn't successful, it is, despite some flaws, still very watchable.
    So clever my foot fell off.

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    John Sim is a fantastic actor, I loved this when it was first aired on TV in Australia in the mid 2000's. The Gene Hunt character is superbly acted too. Its a shame we dont see Sim on the box more often. I can highly recommend a mini series from the 90's called 'The Lakes', Sim is superb in this too.


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    What a shout - need to watch his again ASAP

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    Thanks for that, as above I have started watching it again only the other day

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    I see that Ashes to Ashes is also on iPlayer. For some reason I didn't ever watch the final episode, so will definitely be watching that one.
    I absolutely loved Life on Mars when it first aired. I really want to watch it again, but slightly concerned that it won't be as good as I remember.

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    ‘This investigation is moving faster than a spastic in a magnet factory’.

    What a line.

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    The Lakes was the first time I became aware of John Simm - excellent series. Life on Mars is a favourite that I have on DVD and ripped to my NAS for streaming as required. Simm and Glenister were simply brilliant.

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