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Non-QE2 Area => QE2's Transatlantic Predecessors => RMS Queen Mary (1936) => Topic started by: Twynkle on Aug 20, 2016, 05:10 PM

Title: The Queen Mary: Greatest Ocean Liner - on TV
Post by: Twynkle on Aug 20, 2016, 05:10 PM
'Exploring the life of the Clyde-built ship..."
BBC Four at 21.00hrs on Monday 22nd August.
This programme was first broadcast in Scotland.
Title: Re: The Queen Mary: Greatest Ocean Liner - on TV
Post by: pete cain on Jan 01, 2017, 12:09 PM
Just been repeated, missed the transmission but,  for UK it's available for awhile on IPlayer, worth a look/see
Title: Re: The Queen Mary: Greatest Ocean Liner - on TV
Post by: Rob Lightbody on Jan 01, 2017, 02:43 PM
Just been repeated, missed the transmission but,  for UK it's available for awhile on IPlayer, worth a look/see


It's a really fantastic programme, highly recommended.
Title: Re: The Queen Mary: Greatest Ocean Liner - on TV
Post by: Jimbilton on Feb 04, 2018, 04:49 PM
This programme was repeated recently, and I saw it for the first time.  I thought the film was very well put together, and has served to increase my affection for the dear old Mary.  I found the last few minutes, with the comments by Captain John Treasure Jones, and the lady who used to work on board during the ship's sea going days, were particularly moving.