|"The Passion", BBC1, 8pm
||[Mar. 16th, 2008|08:13 pm]
Is it my imagination, or does James the son of Zebedee look a little like a well-groomed Justin Lee Collins?|
Edit: Just checked, it's Dean Lennox Kelly, who played Shakespeare in Doctor Who last year.
I just asked why Jesus was being condemned by the Irish, and my partner said, 'no, by Dr. Jekyll.'
As for snash - AD's not actually from Fife, so maybe it's a language import and that's why you never heard it?
From elsewhere on my friends list: "I had no idea that Pontius Pilate had a Northern Irish accent. I started to watch The Passion, but couldn't get past that particular accent."
Not heard "snash" in Rosyth/Dunfermline, and I've spent long hours in the presence of elderly aunts talking continuously. Although none of them were telling me off...
2008-03-17 08:26 am (UTC)
Matt the Taff
Perhaps they should have called it the Celtic Passion with all these portrayals by actors from those nations. Not sure what the Cambrians will make of St Matthew, the former tax collector, being played by a Welshman. Anne Robinson- who, by the way Doug, Warwick P recently survived an encounter with and won!- will seem tame by comparison.
Oggi Oggi Oggi and a happy Easter to you mate from a Felthamite. You've got to guess who!
2008-03-17 09:22 am (UTC)
Re: Matt the Taff
You ought to sign up for an account here, and then I wouldn't have to unscreen anonymous comments individually.
First guess: Anne VS, most likely to have been emailed a link to something here from Mother, or to have good Google-fu, but is unlikely to have used the terms "Oggi Oggi Oggi" or "mate". Second guess, in the light of said unlikely phrases, Tony FJ. Third guess could still be anyone from the Feltham churches.