- Camino(s) past & future
sept 2016 CF
sept 2017 Lourdes to SJPDP via Piemonte
SJPDP to SDC via CF
2019 CF (God willing)
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Diarios de cuarentena is broadcast by RTVE, a state-owned public corporation.Disgusting and misguided cash-in attempt.
Not quite the same, though. WW2 ended in 1945, and Dad's Army was written and broadcast from 1968 onwards while this Spanish series is written and broadcast now while these things are happening.Given that one of the funniest ever UK TV sitcoms is Dad's Army, about WW2, and it's still showing to this day, this idea could be very funny indeed. Comedy is all around us. All the time.
I watched it for five minutes. It looked good but I don' t like this type of TV programme.I understand from a news article that the profits from the broadcasting of the series will go to the Spanish Red Cross for the purchase of medical supplies.
The episodes are recorded by the actors themselves who get advise about framing and lighting issues via Skype. The episodes are shot in the actors' homes. If I understand correctly, quite a few are couples where both partners happen to be actors.
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