Le Mans film on iPlayer

Le Mans film on iPlayer

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Dinoboy

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2,052 posts

181 months

Thursday 3rd September 2020
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Just a heads up for anyone interested that the Movie Le Mans is currently on iPlayer.

LawrieC

293 posts

68 months

Friday 4th September 2020
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As is the BBCs 1981 film on Le Mans, with Alan de Cadenet and Guy Edwards. Search under "Tuesday Documentary"

Great Dane

2,479 posts

130 months

Friday 4th September 2020
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LawrieC said:
As is the BBCs 1981 film on Le Mans, with Alan de Cadenet and Guy Edwards. Search under "Tuesday Documentary"
tubedigger is running as we speak :-)


SpudLink

3,446 posts

156 months

Saturday 30th January
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Excellent documentary. I was watched it after it popped up in my YouTube recommendations.

AJB88

7,368 posts

135 months

Saturday 30th January
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Is it still on there? is it the Steve McQ movie or Le Mans 66?

cuprabob

9,718 posts

178 months

Saturday 30th January
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AJB88 said:
Is it still on there? is it the Steve McQ movie or Le Mans 66?
No and it was the Steve Mc Queen movie.

sherman

8,163 posts

179 months

Saturday 30th January
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Its on bbc2 at 1pm tomorrow (sunday)

AJB88

7,368 posts

135 months

Sunday 31st January
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sherman said:
Its on bbc2 at 1pm tomorrow (sunday)
Cheers going to record it unless it appears on catch up?

clive_candy

176 posts

129 months

Sunday 31st January
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Just watched the 1981 documentary on iPlayer. Great stuff.

I'd vaguely heard of de Cadenet (more Amanda than Alain I think) and Guy Edwards and, of course, knew of Derek Bell but it made me yearn for the days when there were characters in sport.

Bit of a performance by de Cadenet but he succeeded in charming when you might at first have been tempted to think he was a bit of a w****r.

Super television. You couldn't make it now.

cuprabob

9,718 posts

178 months

Tuesday 2nd February
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clive_candy said:
Just watched the 1981 documentary on iPlayer. Great stuff.

I'd vaguely heard of de Cadenet (more Amanda than Alain I think) and Guy Edwards and, of course, knew of Derek Bell but it made me yearn for the days when there were characters in sport.

Bit of a performance by de Cadenet but he succeeded in charming when you might at first have been tempted to think he was a bit of a w****r.

Super television. You couldn't make it now.
Thanks, based on your positive feedback I watched this last night and really enjoyed it.

AJB88

7,368 posts

135 months

Friday 5th February
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Finally got round to watching it, enjoyed it (the Steve McQueen movie)