Pompeii on BBC

A reminder, if you need it, perhaps because you’ve worn out your DVD and/or Blu-ray copy and won’t get another unless Santa believes you’ve been good, that you can catch a 60-minute version of Live at Pompeii on BBC Two tomorrow night – at 10.40pm.

You can even repeat the experience on Thursday 23rd November, should you wish, because it’s on again at 11.15pm (except in Northern Ireland, although fear not: viewers in Northern Ireland can tune to one of the other home nations’ BBC Two channels if they are a Sky or Virgin customer – BBC Two Scotland and BBC Two Wales are Sky channels 970 and 971 respectively; BBC Two England is Virgin Media channel 865).

Not forgetting, of course, that you can always watch on iPlayer.

Have a good weekend, everyone.

Author: FEd

Features Editor of David Gilmour’s official blog, The Blog (‘Features’ previously being its rather naff title), affectionately – or lazily – shortened to ‘FEd’.

16 thoughts on “Pompeii on BBC”

  1. I’m going to settle down and dim the lights and enjoy Pompeii tomorrow night ! And I’m going to wear my brand new T shirt while I do it ! I’ve got tomorrow night off !


  2. a 60-minute version, I wonder which songs will be left out…

    … for UK residents only… and I can’t even blame Brexit, can I? 😉

  3. Off topic, but I just read about Khan’s passing. Makes me very sad. My thoughts are with David, Polly, and family. As a dog lover and owner my whole life, I understand this pain far too well. 🙁

  4. You mentioned the S word…and it’s not yet December!

    Did we ever discuss when the blog should be open for X**s related posts?

    Is ‘what’s on FEd’s X**s list’ a good random topic?

  5. A very nice Thanksgiving present.

    It is such things that make a world that can be so sad bearable.

    So much beauty but with it loss.

  6. Hi all.

    I’ve just bought a car cam. On one of my trips with the cam on I had Live in Pompei playing in the background. So I have incorporated the CD into one of my trips. You can hear David’s new backing singer, he’s quite good.

    So on my way at 5am I had to de-ice the windscreen inside and out, I was uncomfortably numb while waiting for the heater to kick in. I felt sorrow stuck in traffic, it was a long day. Finally, or so I thought, I headed back, the fat old sun in the sky was falling when I got a call over my bluetooth. What do you want from me? I said. He said, could you head down to Shap 45 miles away and collect an urgent document? Off I went with a face of stone. I finally got back to the office, gave my papers in and ran like hell knowing a new day lay ahead Friday and Kate Rusby.

    Kind regards Damian and apologies in advance.

  7. Starting December with the Super Moon.

    So close it seems one could touch it.

    Still love the thought that all view it no matter where they are.

    Take care, Suzy

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