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No surprises, but fans wont mind.
on 18 November 2010
The formula is the same as always, but some of the apparent phenomena are the best ever... so why does Kieran not comment on them in his predictable, yet another variation on the same theme, summary? It must be difficult finding different words to say the same thing every week, so I thought he'd welcome some extra evidence and pounce on it.
It's a shame the show is canned, and I can't help but wonder if that would have happened had the team learned, after all these years, to stop screaming & swearing at the drop of a book or pebble... and yes, I'm no stranger to phenomena, so I do have a good idea of what it's like.
A a bit more professionalism and more equipment to check for measurable phenomena, including trigger objects with good camera coverage, would have gone a long way, including showing under the table when it's moving, as was done in earlier series.
That said, the 4 camera coverage, as on the Live shows, was a great idea, although there was almost no review of what they did or did not capture.
Some good mediums this series, but I still miss David Wells.