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Old Sunday 25th December 2011, 22:29   #1
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Smile Springwatch at Xmas 26/12/2011 BBC2 19.00-20.30pm

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A programme is about on boxing day covering some of the aspects of Springwatch (and Autumnwatch no doubt somewhere)

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b018xqlt
at 19:00 on BBC Two (England, Scotland, Wales only)
Mon 26 Dec 2011 19:30 BBC Two (Northern Ireland only)
Sat 31 Dec 2011 15:15 BBC Two (except Northern Ireland (Analogue), Wales (Analogue))


There is an article on P190 about the programme in Radio times - and it is written with some scathing remarks about Michaela Strachan for some reason or another

It is worth a look to remind us what we have seen at least.... along with Kate humble once more.

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Old Monday 26th December 2011, 19:43   #2
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Great programme tonight and lots of highlights of the year squeezed in the one and a half hours.

Nice to see Kate and Michaela in the same team

Favourite highlight was the Redstart and the wooden hut full of questions and answers by Chris

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Great programme tonight and lots of highlights of the year squeezed in the one and a half hours.

Nice to see Kate and Michaela in the same team

Favourite highlight was the Redstart and the wooden hut full of questions and answers by Chris

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Yes, thoroughly enjoyable programme. Enjoyed Chris in his hut!

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Saw the repeat on New Years Eve - good programme much better presentation by all the presenters.
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The presentation was much better but a lot of ground already covered in Autumnwatch and Springwatch. Did we really need to see all the repeated scenes? I thought we would get new stuff.
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Enjoyed Bill Oddie's little piece.
Noticed his Swarvoski bins - has he finished with Leica? Which side pulled the plug?
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The presentation was much better but a lot of ground already covered in Autumnwatch and Springwatch. Did we really need to see all the repeated scenes? I thought we would get new stuff.
At the legendary review of the year season? I don't think so!

However it is clear that audience feedback has had an effect on the presentation, for which we can all be thankful.

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At the legendary review of the year season? I don't think so!

However it is clear that audience feedback has had an effect on the presentation, for which we can all be thankful.

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I did not realise this was supposed to be a yearly review.
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