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  1. Bezmond is online now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzy View Post
    Non-UK guys should be able to use Hola Unblocker or similar to watch iplayer.
    That's brilliant - thanks. I'm an internet dumbass.
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    iPlayer doesn't work in the US - had that problem when I was over there on holiday/vacation. I think I used a DNS tool to make it look like I was back in the UK.

    Sounds like an interesting documentary, I'll be watching.
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    Thanks mate. I look forward to it.

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    This promo. blurb has appeared on the BBC4 page:

    Timeshift, the black belt of the archive world, takes a look at the rise of martial arts in Britain. From the early days of bartitsu, through judo and karate to kung fu, Britain has had a long and illustrious involvement with the martial arts. Gold medals have been won, Sherlock Holmes's life has been saved and aftershave has been worn - all thanks to the martial arts.
    An advertisement for the documentary may appear online tomorrow.
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    Note that, appropriately enough given that the documentary series is called "Timeshift", the broadcast time has shifted; it's now being advertised as starting at 10.00 pm rather than 9.00 pm.
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    The first clip from the upcoming martial arts history BBC documentary is now online at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01580m1 . Viewers from within the UK should be able to watch it with no problems; outside the UK, you have to get a bit ingenious.

    The clip runs for just under 4 minutes and focuses on the careers of Bartitsu Club instructors Yukio Tani and Sadakazu Uyenishi, with interview footage of historians Emelyne Godfrey and Tony Wolf interspersed with archival photographs and some"re-animated" film of Uyenishi in action.

    As far as I know this clip has been edited together as an Internet promo., rather than representing a section of the documentary as it will go to air.
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    Another rendition of the Yukio Tani/Sadakazu Uyenishi clip, courtesy of the Bartitsu Society website: http://www.bartitsu.org/index.php/20...rs-in-britain/
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    Thanks muchly. I've just watched it. There's a mistake in the Narration as there is a photo of Gunji Koizumi, who founded The Budokwai, whereas the Voiceover is talking about Tani etc.

    Anyway, I look forward to it. :-)
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    Thanks muchly. I've just watched it. There's a mistake in the Narration as there is a photo of Gunji Koizumi, who founded The Budokwai, whereas the Voiceover is talking about Tani etc.

    Anyway, I look forward to it. :-)
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    Some advance commentary from a "Timeout" reviewer: http://www.timeout.com/london/tv-and...ng-fu-fighting
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