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Think twice about deleting some old SBR's

Maybe a couple of you will remember me enquiring about an episode of 121's What On Earth S04 that went missing, I was told it needed adjusting and may end up back on our screens sometime.

 

Well, didn't expect anything but I decided to leave the SBR setting in place after the season ended.

Today, which is many months later, it's picked up an unseen episode no. 11 for next week  :-)

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Doccie

Re: Think twice about deleting some old SBR's

When next week?  Can't seem to find it (or it has been removed again?).

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Re: Think twice about deleting some old SBR's

No, it's still there, or back again - this Thurs. @20:00 on 121.

 

I've now also checked the online guide for any more - yep, next Thurs. has S04E12. I can't recall if that's one we were shown already or not.

I do remember that the seasons of this series have been interrupted in the past, so may just be a continuation again and nothing to do with that previous removed episode.

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Re: Think twice about deleting some old SBR's

The DSTV newsletter I received last night actually mentions a new episode of series 4 at 20H00 on Ch 121 - 16 August.

 

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Doccie

Re: Think twice about deleting some old SBR's

@Optimist- I've been thinking...the "corrupt" problematic episode of S4 was actually episode 5 (remember?).  What we are getting now is a whole lot of new episodes.

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Re: Think twice about deleting some old SBR's

Agreed Sankie. I don't recall that detail, but think they did say it could possibly be re-incorporated, or something to that effect, so perhaps one of the "new" episodes in S.A. will be that Ep. 5.

Maybe international research could answer it, but not sure it's worth the fight if we did lose it - except to ask... why??? Very fishy.