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Last Updated on Monday, August 30, 2021 by Midlands Maidens
Community Service August 2021
Welcome to the first of our forum expansion posts for new content, imaginatively titled Community Service August 2021.
Community Service is that aspect in life that is usually passed down to you by a judge, as ‘unpaid work’ that you need to do for committing a crime.
We see it though, as a way to expand upon our Community Forum, which has taken a few knocks just lately through many of the posted videos having been ripped off due to various websites being forced to close.
With it being a bank holiday Monday right now, which is a notoriously slow time for punting, we thought that we’d show you what we’ve been up to in the month of August.
1) That Peter Kay Thing.
‘That Peter Kay Thing’ was a spoof documentary series that aired on Channel 4 in 1999.
Featuring characters that would go on to far greater things, the show lasted just one season but was an insight into what would follow later.
2) When the Wind Blows.
When the Wind Blows in our minds, is an essential film that every child should be forced to watch as a part of the school curriculum.
Originally written by Raymond Briggs, and concentrating on Jim and Hilda Bloggs’ retirement, when the unthinkable war happens.
3) Dream Theater – The Count of Tuscany.
The Count of Tuscany is a full-blown and unashamed version of a Dream Theater track, that we managed to find on Facebook of all places.
By-passing the copyright grounds issue, it is presented on our forum in all of its glory!
4) The Wall Live in Berlin.
The Wall Live in Berlin is one of the most extravagant and star-studded shows of recent times and was shown to all spectators at the concert for free.
Starring Roger Waters (ex Pink Floyd) and a cast of thousands at the demolition of the Berlin Wall.
5) Steve Vai – Where the Wild Things Are.
Where the Wild Things Are was the name of the Sound Theories tour by Steve Vai.
Watch in awe as the maestro performs a full 2+ hours concert before a sold-out audience.
6) The Damned United.
The Damned United is a sports film starring Martin Sheen and Timothy Spall.
Concentrating on the early career of Brian Clough, the film shows how he won the championship title with Derby County and his unhappy time at Leeds United, where he reigned for just 44 days.
We hope that we’ve brightened up your soggy Bank Holiday Monday with our latest offerings from the Forum.
Keep in touch for more news from our Community Service posts!