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The only thing that spoilt the show (and actually wasn't the fault of the show) was the fucking police chasing them down to check they had filming permits. I might sound like a moaning old fart, but is it really necessary for the police to get the sirens wailing just to check the permit of someone filming out of the back of some 4x4?

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The only thing that spoilt the show (and actually wasn't the fault of the show) was the fucking police chasing them down to check they had filming permits. I might sound like a moaning old fart, but is it really necessary for the police to get the sirens wailing just to check the permit of someone filming out of the back of some 4x4?

How else would they get them to stop?

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How else would they get them to stop?

But do they need them to stop? I don't see why filming is such a problem? Surely the team would register they want to film and maybe registrations of the vehicles they would be using. And the police would just call in and check the reg without needing to start the sirens wailing as if they were actually after someone who had actually broken the law.

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But do they need them to stop? I don't see why filming is such a problem? Surely the team would register they want to film and maybe registrations of the vehicles they would be using. And the police would just call in and check the reg without needing to start the sirens wailing as if they were actually after someone who had actually broken the law.

You can't see the registration because the tailgate is pointing towards the sky. Filming from the back of a vehicle isn't without its dangers, hence why a permit is required. Perfectly acceptable to stop people to check, I'm sure there are those that do it without the necessary license.

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You can't see the registration because the tailgate is pointing towards the sky. Filming from the back of a vehicle isn't without its dangers, hence why a permit is required. Perfectly acceptable to stop people to check, I'm sure there are those that do it without the necessary license.

and they should be punished to the full letter of the law! :wub:

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Yeah he was quite interesting, nice change from the usual clueless actors. I'd love to know if he truly thinks the crap he produces is actually any good.

To be fair on him he has been doing it for years and if it was utter crap it wouldnt get such huge audiences. Just because a few of us on some forum dont like it dont mean a huge number of people feel the same.

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To be fair on him he has been doing it for years and if it was utter crap it wouldnt get such huge audiences. Just because a few of us on some forum dont like it dont mean a huge number of people feel the same.

Blasphemy!

I wasn't talking about his 'pop' groups, Westlife and the such. More the novelty acts, surely you can't be defending them?

I wouldnt use popularity as a barometer for quality eiether.

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I thought he was noweher near as twattish as i thought he would be, except that bit about ageing. But I have to admire his business skills even if the music that his TV shows produce is absolute drivel. Hes a record seller not a music maker, he may aswell be selling pizzas but instead hes selling music.

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