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New tv channel spike to launch on freeview and freesat

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Breaking Bad to get full UK TV run
26 March 2015
 From the section Entertainment & Arts
Breaking Bad
The show follows chemistry teacher turned drug dealer Walter White, played by Bryan Cranston
Cult US drama Breaking Bad is to be broadcast in full on UK terrestrial television for the first time.
A new free-to-view channel, Spike, will show the award-winning series in its entirety when it launches on Freeview, Freesat and Sky TV on 15 April.
The first two series of the show were broadcast on both FX and Five USA, but later dropped when they failed to win a significant audience.
Series three, four and five have never been shown on UK terrestrial TV.
Spike, which already exists in the US, will also be the first UK channel to show series five of The Walking Dead.
It will also bring US pop culture phenomenon Lip Sync Battle, hosted by LL Cool J, to British screens.
The series was created by, among others, British comedian Stephen Merchant and John Krasinki, star of the US version of The Office.
Merchant will also star as one of the participants in the series.
"Spike is a driven, high-energy channel offering a point of view and programme mix I think is different from anything else on British TV right now," said Ben Frow, Channel 5's Programme Director - who will oversee the new channel's editorial content.
Both Spike and Channel 5 are owned by Viacom International.
The critically acclaimed series Breaking Bad concluded in 2013. It won five Primetime Emmys last year, including best drama series and best actor for Bryan Cranston.

merry xmas to all my customers past and and present. 

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New addition to the family benny the cockerpoo. He's now 5 months old. Like going to beach and loves earlham park in norwich.
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Just wall mounted my first 4k tv. WOW what picture quality. Feels like you can step into TV. 

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I wonder who would be responsible if a aerial installation like this one in norwich .Was to fall from the roof and hit something or worse still someone. As you can see this one was tied to the chimney with only string. The original metal strap had rusted through some time ago. Norwich rooftops a littered with old unused equipment. Bt don't seem to venture onto roofs these day. But plenty of old BT gear hangs by the last thread of rusted wire to chimneys. I always remove all old equipment when replacing the aerial. 
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Part of a commercial IRS installation which we did for norbrook at gillingham hall beccles. The system suuplies sky, freeview, and radio to 124 tv outlets. 
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I was driving down unthank rd in norwich today. When i noticed this massive aerial rig on a terrace street. OMG would not want the job of removing that to fit a new aerial..  
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Heavy duty Tv wall bracket with tilt and swivel function. This bracket can accomadate TV;s up to 80" or 75 kg. 
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