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Faenol Opera on BBC2 Wales on Sunday evening, Sept. 30

 
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2007 10:33 pm    Post subject: Faenol Opera on BBC2 Wales on Sunday evening, Sept. 30 Reply with quote

Have any of you seen this? I just found Opera Night listed on BBC2 Wales for next Sunday, Sept. 30. I am not sure what the (T) stands for.

19:00 Opera Night at the Faenol (T)

Coverage of the 2007 Bryn Terfel Faenol Festival. Performing artists at the opera gala included Korean soprano Hayoung Lee, British mezzo Christine Rice and Spanish baritone Carlos Alvarez.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2007 11:13 pm    Post subject: Re: Faenol Opera on BBC2 Wales on Sunday evening, Sept. 30 Reply with quote

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I am not sure what the (T) stands for.

19:00 Opera Night at the Faenol (T)




...Terfel! Mr. Green


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2007 11:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ornella,

LOL!!!!! If T is for Terfel, Bryn is going to be on a lot of programs on Sunday. LOL!


06:00 Teletubbies (Repeat) (T) Tinky Winky sings about his bag - causing it to appear magically. (Followed by CBeebies Birthdays)

06:30 Balamory (Repeat) (T) The children hold a daffodil tea party, but someone has painted the flowers the wrong colour.

06:50 Step Inside (Repeat) (T) Mr Mopple's box of masks prompts Boris to request the tale of The Ugly Duckling.

07:00 CBBC: Jakers! Grandpa recalls the first book he received.

07:20 Pinky and the Brain (Repeat) (T) The Brain enters a golf tournament.

07:45 Even Stevens (R) Charlotte's former best friend visits, leaving Ren feeling neglected.

08:05 The Basil Brush Show (Repeat) (T) Liam's uncle discovers the secret of eternal youth.

08:30 SMart (Repeat) (T) James and Oliver Phelps, who play the Weasley twins in the Harry Potter films, show off their magic touch at the potter's wheel, while Mark Speight gets muddy in Yorkshire.

09:30 Prank Patrol (Repeat) (T) Another hidden-camera stunt.

10:00 Something for the Weekend (T) Highlights from the show.

11:30 Animal Park (T) The tigers receive their inoculations, while Ben Fogle and Kate Humble discover the influence of Capability Brown on the estate.

12:00 Rugby League (T) Highlights of the latest Super League play-off matches, featuring the qualifying semi-final between St Helens and Leeds Rhinos and the elimination semi-final between Hull FC and Wigan Warriors.

12:45 Live Women's World Cup Football (T) The final (Kick-off 1.00pm). Gabby Logan introduces coverage of the showpiece match at the Shanghai Hongkou Football Stadium in China. Germany were crowned world champions for the first time when they beat Sweden 2-1 courtesy of a golden goal from Nia Kunzer in the 2003 final and the supporters inside the stadium will be hoping for equal amounts of drama as the fifth staging of the competition reaches its conclusion. Subsequent programmes subject to change.

15:05 Racing from Ascot (T) Clare Balding, Willie Carson and Rishi Persad introduce live coverage of three races from the final day of the meeting, featuring the 3.10 Marchpole Handicap Stakes (91-105) (1m 4f), 3.45 Grosvenor Casinos Cumberland Lodge Stakes (1m 4f) and the 4.20 John Guest Diadem Stakes (6f). Commentary by Jim McGrath, with analysis from Ian Bartlett and Ray Cochrane.

16:30 Cycling (T) Action from the men's road race at the World Road Cycling Championships in Stuttgart, Germany, won last year by Italian Paolo Bettini.

18:05 Great North Run Highlights (T) Jonathan Edwards presents action from the world's largest half-marathon, which has been staged since 1981 on the streets from Newcastle to South Shields.

18:50 Coast (T) Nicholas Crane visits some of the remotest parts of the west coast of Scotland, where he investigates the legend of the Lords of the Isles.

19:00 Opera Night at the Faenol (T) Coverage of the 2007 Bryn Terfel Faenol Festival. Performing artists at the opera gala included Korean soprano Hayoung Lee, British mezzo Christine Rice and Spanish baritone Carlos Alvarez.

20:00 Everest: Doctors in the Death Zone (T) Part two of two. The scientists reach the "death zone" - where oxygen is in short supply and they have to negotiate the perilous mountaineering challenges of Everest's peak.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

TER1280 wrote:
Ornella,

LOL!!!!! If T is for Terfel, Bryn is going to be on a lot of programs on Sunday. LOL!


Laughing Laughing Laughing
Looks like some kind of marathon!

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20:00 Everest: Doctors in the Death Zone (T) Part two of two. The scientists reach the "death zone" - where oxygen is in short supply and they have to negotiate the perilous mountaineering challenges of Everest's peak.


Where he climbs and sings "I am dreaming of the mountains of my home..." (where oxygen is not "in short supply"!)

and I missed this one the first time!!! Luckily they're repeating it

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07:20 Pinky and the Brain (Repeat) (T) The Brain enters a golf tournament.




(Welsh actor John Ogwen as "Pinky")


But Iím REALLY looking forward to see him in

TER1280 wrote:
06:00 Teletubbies (Repeat) (T) Tinky Winky sings about his bag - causing it to appear magically.


...No doubt worth the early wake-up
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oh, my, Ornella,

I haven't laughed so much in ages! LOL!!!!!

Laughing

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 8:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Ornella and Phyllis,

when will you get your own comedy show, you are great entertainers!

LOL!! ( now that I know what it means, thanks Ornella)
Laughing Laughing

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 1:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, Christiane,

Ornella and I will be starting "on the road" soon. We will be starting our tour in Texas......We are already booked in Muleshoe, Gun Barrel City, and Bug Tusssle. LOL!

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 06, 2007 4:49 pm    Post subject: Ornella and I are still being booked! Reply with quote

Ornella and I are still being booked in Texas Towns. Just signed up for Cut 'n Shoot and Jot 'em Down, Texas. Uncertain, Texas is not sure that they will be able to book us. ...but we did get booked in Big Lump, Texas which is a Ghost town. We will bring all those spirits out!

Seriously, these are Texas towns. Here is an article about strange and charming towns in Texas. I am sure that all states and countries have charming names! Smile

http://www.americanprofile.com/article/21119.html

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 06, 2007 7:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

By the way, the website I gave you about Texas towns has some good recipes.

http://www.americanprofile.com/article/21119.html

Also it tells how several towns got their names...like Cut 'n Shoot, Bug Tussle, and Uncertain.

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