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2014/12/27 00:44:20 (permalink)
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The Queen's Christmas Day broadcast

I just read on the BBC website it was the most watched thing on TV on Xmas day, i am 53 and have never watched it once.
 
Am i  missing something?
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    ANIMAL
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    Re: The Queen's Christmas Day broadcast 2014/12/27 00:52:39 (permalink)
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    Maybe you should watch it next year and see?

    You could probably stream it on i player.

    It's an institution, much like her.

    Plus it's simlecast on BBC 1 and ITV so has both channels viewer numbers

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    Re: The Queen's Christmas Day broadcast 2014/12/27 00:53:47 (permalink)
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    Nope.

    I have abosultely no interest in the royals.

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    Re: The Queen's Christmas Day broadcast 2014/12/27 01:26:12 (permalink)
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    The queen's speech is merely the inane waffling of a Buckingham palace speechwriter. I am quite sure that her majesty gets the final say on it's content but I also suspect that she has had very little involvement in it's writing. It is bland nonsense IMO.
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    Re: The Queen's Christmas Day broadcast 2014/12/27 01:34:43 (permalink)
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    Live in the states and I wouldn't watch a presidential Christmas program. Tired of entitled bull****e.
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    Re: The Queen's Christmas Day broadcast 2014/12/28 16:53:27 (permalink)
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    I bet more people watched Eastenders. If they announced that Eastenders was the most watch thing on Christmas day I'm not too sure that would go down too well with the Queen.

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    Re: The Queen's Christmas Day broadcast 2014/12/28 17:52:01 (permalink)
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    Boss Redd
    I bet more people watched Eastenders. If they announced that Eastenders was the most watch thing on Christmas day I'm not too sure that would go down too well with the Queen.
    I don't think we live in an age anymore where they have to falsify things to "please" the Monarch

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    Re: The Queen's Christmas Day broadcast 2014/12/28 19:29:22 (permalink)
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    Jason
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    I bet more people watched Eastenders. If they announced that Eastenders was the most watch thing on Christmas day I'm not too sure that would go down too well with the Queen.
    I don't think we live in an age anymore where they have to falsify things to "please" the Monarch



    No we don't, but its just polite isn't it. It doesnt make a difference to the BBC weather it was eastenders, the queens speech or santa paws the movie. Would just be like tellin your nan that her rock hard tea cakes taste great when they taste like ****.

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    Re: The Queen's Christmas Day broadcast 2014/12/28 19:47:08 (permalink)
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    The last few years, since the Royal wedding have been a bit of a boot in the baws for the republicans. I'm sure they thougt the Royals were well and truely on their way out.

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    Re: The Queen's Christmas Day broadcast 2014/12/29 09:55:11 (permalink)
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    I don't know, I find it quite enlightening to listen to a silver spooned trillionaires wise advice on how to get by in todays cruel world.
     
    Once every few years mind, not every year. 

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    Re: The Queen's Christmas Day broadcast 2014/12/29 10:35:56 (permalink)
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    Wasn't she supposed to abdicate according to those in the know?

     
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