My Favourite Films & TV Shows.

This page is going to be a work in progress!  I can put up my most favourite of films and TV shows now, these are ones that I can watch again and again as they are old friends and give me the feel good factor!!!  I hope some of you will like them and agree and if you have never seen them perhaps you would like to give them a go.

TV Shows

No surprise to anyone who reads my blog that this is my all time favourite show ever!  It can be a little scary but I think it is one of the best written/directed/acted shows ever to be on TV.

A very close second to The X Files is Bones.  I have read all of Kathy Reichs books and loved them all and always get her new books as soon as they are out, so when this show started it was a must and it did not disappoint.

You can probably tell by now that I like things that are slightly off the wall and that is definitely Grimm but again it is well written and good entertainment. 

You may have also realised that I am a SyFy nut so loved A Town Called Eureka which is not strictly SyFy but there again not completey normal either!

Dad’s Army!

This began on our TV Screens in 1968 until 1977 and was about the Home Guard in Britain during WWII and was a thirty minute situation comedy.  It began in black and white and then moved to colour and was also on the radio.  It ran for nine series and 80 episodes.  It is still shown once a week now on BBC2 and has definitely stood the test of time and I love it.  In fact it is also one of our Boys favourites too and they have all episodes on DVD.

It is a very gentle comedy and gives modern viewers a glimpse into a gentler time albeit during a hard time in history.  If you ever get chance to watch an episode have a look and see what you think.



This section is definitely going to take some time to build but When Harry Met Sally is definitely in there as one of my most favourite films ever I just loved the writing and the whole 1980’s feel.  In fact it screams 1980’s.

So with that being said You’ve Got Mail had to be in there too.  I mean it is about bookshops and romance and yes I know it is another Meg Ryan film but I just loved it and is equal to When Harry Met Sally. 

A huge favourite of mine as a child, I loved the story and especially the travelling brass bed.  I bought a brass bed but it was dreadfully uncomfortable, especially when reading leaning against the brass bars so got rid of it!!!!  I still love this film today. 

I will be thinking of some of my other favourites so it you want to check back soon you may find some more have been added.

Hugs, Susie xx