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dvboy9,843 posts since 11 Jan 2003
Central (West) Midlands Today
Disappointingly, Channel 5 is up to its old tricks of shifting programmes around the schedule. This time it's Person of Interest, moved from Wed double bill from 10pm to Monday double bill from 10.55.

This week it's one episode at midnight. Continuity announcer mentioned it at least.
This does mean they now have an odd episode to schedule so let's hope they don't skip one like last series.
Watch it and find out.
JetixFann450598 posts since 25 Mar 2013
STV Central Reporting Scotland
Channel 5 on Easter Sunday aired the terrifying movie Watership Down on Easter Sunday. (btw, my birthday) I think its down-right disappointing how Channel 5 aired this cartoon, which still has the terrifying factor as when it came out. Many took to Twitter to complain. There's one lesson Viacom has learned: Don't air terrifying movies on holidays, especially Easter Sunday.

EDIT: I just watched that film, and it is quite nice. Thumbs up
Last edited by JetixFann450 on 29 March 2016 5:09pm
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dazza197669 posts since 19 May 2009
Meridian (South East) South East Today
Channel 5 on Easter Sunday aired the terrifying movie Watership Down on Easter Sunday. (btw, my birthday) I think its down-right disappointing how Channel 5 aired this cartoon, which still has the terrifying factor as when it came out. Many took to Twitter to complain. There's one lesson Viacom has learned: Don't air terrifying movies on holidays, especially Easter Sunday.


Sorry, but other channels were available. Rolling Eyes
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Jonny3,967 posts since 27 Nov 2006
Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
Channel 5 on Easter Sunday aired the terrifying movie Watership Down on Easter Sunday. (btw, my birthday) I think its down-right disappointing how Channel 5 aired this cartoon, which still has the terrifying factor as when it came out. Many took to Twitter to complain. There's one lesson Viacom has learned: Don't air terrifying movies on holidays, especially Easter Sunday.


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cityprod1,967 posts since 3 Oct 2005
Westcountry Spotlight
Channel 5 on Easter Sunday aired the terrifying movie Watership Down on Easter Sunday. (btw, my birthday) I think its down-right disappointing how Channel 5 aired this cartoon, which still has the terrifying factor as when it came out. Many took to Twitter to complain. There's one lesson Viacom has learned: Don't air terrifying movies on holidays, especially Easter Sunday.


You think Watership Down is terrifying, try your average Hollywood slasher flick.
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