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Great Houses with Julian Fellowes

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Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond Report 26 Jan 2013 23:00

I enjoyed the Great Houses programme and look forward to others. Does anyone know which ones will be featured? To hear the stories about the staff and the house is interesting and Julian Fellowes is good at telling the tales.

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ChrisofWessex

ChrisofWessex Report 26 Jan 2013 22:32

Well OH got boxed set of Porridge for Christmas and we are working our way through when rubbish is on. Laughter is loud when this is on.

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 26 Jan 2013 22:25

Looking forward to the next one. Nice to have something good to watch when there is only rubbish on.

ChrisofWessex

ChrisofWessex Report 26 Jan 2013 22:21

We both enjoyed it.

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 26 Jan 2013 22:17

Anybody watch it? We had recorded it and watched it tonight.nreally interesting. About Burghley House but it traced the stories of people in the house e.g. William Cecil for one and a housemaid from the 19th century.