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Thanks to the wonders of the net, I finally got to see Bill Oddie's Watership Down (44MB). ^_^ He took a look around some of the locations featured, adding a little background to the story's genesis, in a pocket-sized eight minutes.

The Daily Show was on top form with Ed Helms' look at gay marriage in Massachussetts. ^_^

Disney now owns Oswald the Lucky Rabbit again, trading him for a sportscaster. (Oswald was Disney's first creation, but control lay with Universal; he left, and came up with Mickey Mouse instead)

Mmmm. I started with a frozen deep dish "meat feast" pizza, added a nice sprinkling of garlic powder (not the same as freshly crushed cloves, certainly, but so very convenient), some hot smoked paprika, a handful of chopped ham, a few sliced shiitake, and a drizzling of oyster sauce. A combination to remember. :-9
Eep! Oh, it's a safe bet I'll be interested in anything lapine on TV. ^_^ Is it a better quality version? This was apparently off an analogue broadcast, so the original's slightly noisy - I shrank it a bit (down to 640x352) to diminish the effects, which worked pretty well.

Don't suppose you'd have any good shows looking at the life of wild rabbits, would you? Seems it could be quite a fascinating study, as well as pleasing to the eye. ^_^
The quality is a little higher, though in actual fact that copy you have must have come from a Digital Broadcast too as it's in 16:9. Probably not worth a 63mb download though unless you're really interested in an extra 50 seconds of Bill introducing the programme at the beginning.
Don't suppose you'd have any good shows looking at the life of wild rabbits, would you?

If you ever find an old (early 1980s?) Open University programme called Rabbits and Chalk Grassland, then I'd definitely recommend that. I did once have it on video, but sadly that tape seems to have gone to stay with El-ahrairah's Owsla...