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A bit of ruff: how Danny Dyer went from tinpot wideboy to TV treasure | Television & radio | The Guardian
Ten years ago the thought of Dyer fronting a show about the monarchy would have been laughable. Now it might just be the TV highlight of the spring
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yesterday by tonys
Tormund and Brienne Are a Rare 'Game of Thrones' Bright Spot | Inverse
"God, she's incredible. Oh no, she's looking my way. Smile, Tormund, smile, real normal like. Shit, shit, it didn't work."
tv  funny 
yesterday by cmananian
The Best Universal Remote Control for 2019: Reviews by Wirecutter | A New York Times Company
If you’re looking for an easy-to-use universal remote to control up to eight AV components and even some smart-home devices, we recommend the Logitech Harmony Companion. Harmony remotes are the easiest to set up, and the smart, activity-based system simplifies control of your whole home theater. No other remote control we found offers as much control, connectivity, and compatibility for the money.
Our pick
Logitech Harmony Companion
The best universal remote control
The eight-device Harmony Companion doesn’t require line-of-sight to your gear, can control Wi-Fi and Bluetooth devices, and can even run your smart home.
$105 from Amazon
The two-piece Logitech Harmony Companion system, which consists of a hub and a handheld remote, can control up to eight AV components, and it works with IR, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth devices, which gives it more flexibility than many budget remotes have. You can also use a smartphone/tablet app to control your system. The Harmony Companion integrates with Alexa, Google Assistant, and several do-it-yourself home-automation hubs and smart devices, such as lights, locks, thermostats, and motorized shades. The remote lacks backlighting, and all of that functionality makes it a bit more difficult to program than some other Harmony remotes—but it’s still easier to use than anything else available.
remote  tv  smart_home  audio  wirecutter  comparo  review  wi-fi  bluetooth  automation 
yesterday by rgl7194
ENDEAVOUR: Fred Thursday’s Greatest Lines. – Morse, Lewis and Endeavour
Hello everyone and welcome to a new post. This particular post idea came from one of my subscribers, Kathleen. It was such a good idea I decided to create this video.
If there are Fred Thursday lines that you believe should have been included let me know in the comments section. I hope you enjoy the video.
60s  bbc  crime_drama  endeavour  police  trewlove  tv  uk  uniform  video  wpc 
yesterday by rgl7194
Extreme sex OCD: Pure, the TV drama that's set to smash taboos | Television & radio | The Guardian
The protagonist of this darkly funny new series is plagued by incessant sexual thoughts. We meet the woman whose extraordinary story it is based on
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yesterday by tonys
ITV could sell South Bank studios for £150 million - TVBEurope
CEO Carolyn McCall confirmed plans to sell the site in 2018
tv 
yesterday by tonys
The Other Two: could this be 2019's funniest new TV show? | Television & radio | The Guardian
The rise of a Justin Bieber-esque star has unexpected consequences for his two less successful siblings in this hilarious new series
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yesterday by tonys
Book Review - All Things Shining - By Hubert Dreyfus and Sean Dorrance Kelly - The New York Times
Achilles’ speech in Hades — the first poetry that Plato wanted to expunge from his ideal republic — is one key that suggests Homer’s heroes, like the rest of us, had a great deal of trouble with suffering and evil, those things that make the meaning of life problematic.

They also had trouble with alienation: how else should we understand Odysseus? The charismatic man who can find his way anywhere but is nowhere at home is a prototype of modern ambivalence — down to the love for his wife that coexists with the enjoyment of other erotic attachments too deep to be called flings.

Don Draper is Odysseus.
tv  philosophy 
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