By far the nicest I find the lice mother.
That magnifies quite funny multiple behaviors of people facing each other in multiple situations.
For example in education, school, schoolyard, parties, colleagues among themselves,…
Nowadays I watch little television and very little Dutch television.It’s hard to say which I find the nicest.
A program on Belgian television, which I appreciate, is travel Waes.Season 4 was in the winter of 2018 on the television and there are 4 more episodes on Sunday night in 2019. It is presented by Tom Waes a Flemish actor from Antwerp and he presents it well. It’s a somewhat unusual travel program and quite different format than you’re used to from many other travel programs, but that makes it so much fun in my opinion.
Tom Waes is also known to me from the Flemish variant of the program can I kiss you?Repetitions of the 2017 season have been in 2018 on the television and if you hadn’t seen it then it definitely worth watching. It’s very funny.
I watch a little more English speaking television.One program I can also appreciate is Great British Railway Journeys. This program is presented by Michael Portillo, a former secretary of state under Tatcher and today also political commentator of the BBC. The program is a successor to the old Great British Railway Journeys which was previously presented by the famous Monty Python actor Michael Palin, but the new program certainly does not look at it compared to the original. I actually have little with trains, but the series is more about the places he visits than the trains.
There are also spin-offs of Great British Railway Journeys that are also presented by Michael Portillo, such as Great Continental Railway Journeys, Great American Railroad Journeys and Great Indian Railway journeys.Also, these spin-offs are fun to see. Both new episodes and repetitions of these series were shown on television in 2018 and new episodes of Great British Railway Journeys are likely to be shown somewhere in 2019 on the BBC and the Great Canadian series Railway Journeys is currently on display at BBC2.
Poldark I find a nice historical drama.My mother also likes to watch this television series. It’s one of the few series that was solid jab to see on Sunday night. New seasons are being made and these will be shown somewhere in 2019 on BBC One. In my opinion, this is one of the few really good drama series that is still on display on television. It actually has everything. There is good acting by the other Aidan Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson, and in particular Jack Farthing is also very much in his role as the villain Warleggan. There are very nice images of the landscapes and houses and the feminine clean like Heida Reed (a beautiful Icelandic model). The storyline can sometimes be somewhat predictable, but that doesn’t make it any less fun.