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5.0 out of 5 stars THIS GREEN AND PLEASANT LAND, 12 Mar 2006
This review is from: A Picture Of Britain - Complete BBC TV Series [DVD] [2005] (DVD)
If you want to see Britain at its best with hills and dales, cliffs or crags, rivers and Lochs, and seen from the eyes of poets, artists, and dreamers. Then this DVD will give you insight to what Britain was in a bygone age, and as it is now today in the British Countryside. David Dimbleby has managed to capture what it is to be British in this glorious land of ours, poets and artists from our past managed to put into words how beautiful our country is, who painted our landscapes in all weathers. The BBC with David Dimbleby have made a masterpiece in its own right showing this country in good light and to which we should be proud. Our country is undergoing another great change, good or bad, but change it will, and this DVD will be a time capsule for our future generations.
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Initial post: 27 Dec 2009 14:05:57 GMT
Joe Bloggs says:
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In reply to an earlier post on 13 Jul 2011 22:08:44 BDT
P. G. Croft says:
Thats just more predjudice nonsense. This is a programme about Art heritage and what inspired it. It's not about political nit picking over nationality. I get the concern about our home country's ID, but this isn't the platform for it. I KNOW I'm English, I don't want to stand up and salute the flag like Americans do-each time I hear the national anthem--THAT'S not British !

In reply to an earlier post on 24 May 2012 20:06:08 BDT
R. J. Krzak says:
Why do annoying people like you think you have a right to have a go at someone for expressing their views. Seems to me that YOU are the one with the problem matey.. it's called rudeness.

In reply to an earlier post on 24 May 2012 20:07:17 BDT
R. J. Krzak says:
Sorry, I was referring to Joe Bloggs not you.

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Nov 2012 16:00:46 GMT
G Thompson says:
Yes - But nor was it american either. Thats a relatively recent requirement, along with swearing allegiance. They were both inserted by an american socialist. The founding fathers wouldnt recognise such nonsense. It does pay to stand up for what you are, or someone else changes it into a likeness of them and you become an outsider. Once one has let foreigners into ones house, it all becomes a game of musical chairs, and it doesnt pay to be the last one standing.
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