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Diary dates – Summer/Autumn 2016

9th July – Durham Miners Gala (Durham Big Meeting), Durham
The annual gathering associated with the coal mining heritage returns to the city.

14th-17th July – The Cumberland Arms Summer Beer and Cider Festival, Ouseburn

16-17th July – Street of Brass, Durham
Held at various locations around the city, Streets of Brass returns with 13 bands playing over 2 days.

2nd August – Durham Brewery’s 20th Birthday Bash, Bowburn
Durham Brewery, based on North Industrial Estate Bowburn has been brewing for 22 years. To celebrate this they’re throwing a party and everyone’s invited!

27/28/29 October – Craft Beer Calling, Wylam Brewery, Exhibition park, Newcastle
Craft Beer Calling has a new home this year. That of Wylam Brewery, Exhibition Park, Newcastle. The international beer festival promises to deliver. Look out for the usual big names from the London Beer scene and others from around the country. Also on the agenda, Gin palace, Wine cellar, live music and street food.

28th-30th October – The Cumberland Arms Autumn Beer Festival

London Beer Weekend returns for 2016

I’m going to predict the future here and say that this time next week, chances are that I’ll be suffering one hell of a hangover thanks to the London Beer Weekend; returning to the Free Trade Inn for it’s 3rd year.

Newcastle has been fighting its corner as being a haven for craft beeer lovers in the past few years as more and more bars have opened across the city, but it doesn’t come anywhere close to the Big Smoke.

Michael Potts the manager of the Free Trade Inn has been tantalising the North East’s drinkers’ taste buds each year since 2014 as he brings London to Newcastle for for a four day festival.

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This years’ festival will run from Thurday 17th through Sunday 20th March and it is promised that it will be bigger and better  than that of the previous years. The pub has recently had a bar and cellar refit allowing for an increase in keg and cask lines which will be available (10 keg and 9 casks on the main bar, plus a temporary bar dedicated to kegs).

Some big names in the London beer scene will be making an appearance such as Beavertown, Camden, Kernel, LDN Brew Co, Partizan and Redchurch. Along with others such as Bullfinch, Howling Hops and Crate.

As per usual, there will be a dedicated Gin bar with 7 gins annouced so far here.

Coffee will also be available (still to be announced) for the non-drinkers in the room or for the coffee consieur who just fancies a change of pace from the alcohol.

To soak up all this lot, some of the regions finest street food vendors will be on site over the weekend, helping to keep some of the hangover at bay.

Best of luck to Michael and the team, I’m sure it’ll be another memorable weekend!

Microsoft Exchange Server build numbers

Exchange server build numbers can be found here prior to Exchange 2013

Exchange 2013 build numbers can be found here.

Disabling Autodiscover in Outlook 2013

I’m currently working on an Exchange 2007 to Office 365 staged migration for a client of ours. Some users are using Outlook 2013 and others are using older versions such as 2007. Outlook 2007 users havn’t been affected by this, however the Outlook 2013 users have.

After an Outlook account has been configured manually to point to Office 365 and after the user either logs off or the PC is restarted, Outlook reverts back to looking at the local Exchange server address. (Not good in this scenario, users will experience credential pop-up boxes etc). The way to get round this issue is to disable the Autodiscover feature in Outlook 2013 so it doesn’t automatically go to the nearest DC/Exchange server for the user details….

Outlook generically uses 5 different methods to connect to Exchange:

– SCP object lookup
– Root domain query based on your primary SMTP address
– Query for the AutoDiscover domain
– HTTP redirect
– SRV record query in DNS

To disable Autodiscover in OUtlook 2013, carry out the following:

Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Outlook\AutoDiscover

Create the following Keys (depending on requirements, change to desired values):
“ExcludeScpLookup”=dword:00000001
“ExcludeHttpsRootDomain”=dword:00000000
“ExcludeHttpsAutoDiscoverDomain”=dword:00000000
“ExcludeHttpRedirect”=dword:00000000
“ExcludeSrvRecord”=dword:00000000

Microsoft Ignite – To watch hit list

Last week marked the end of Microsoft’s first ever Ignite conference in Chicago. All of the recorded sessions are now live over at Channel9.

I’ve put together a list of videos which have caught my eye and I’ll be working my way through as and when time comes. (List below is in no particular order)

Deploying Exchange Server 2016
Learn how to deploy Exchange Server 2016 or Exchange Server 2013 on-premises into existing deployments of Exchange. The session includes real-world best practices and first-hand feedback.

Shut the Front Door! Securing Your Messaging Environment
Whether on-premises or in the cloud, Microsoft Exchange is the “Front Door” to your network and its most valuable secrets. Are you doing everything you can to protect it? Lessons learned from the biggest hacks of the past year, along with best practices for securing a messaging environment, will help you improve your organization’s overall security posture. Find out why Exchange is a high value target, and what you can do to protect it.

Experts Unplugged: Exchange Top Issues
The unplugged panel is your chance to hear directly from product experts in an unscripted, conversational format. The panel includes a mix of perspectives—from engineering to support to real-world deployment experts—so you get answers that range from visionary to practical. Bring your tough questions and hear them answered live on stage, as top experts discuss the issues that matter to you.

The Hidden Treasures of Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V?
It’s one thing to hear about and see a great demo of a Hyper-V feature. But how do you put them into practice? This session takes you through some of those lesser-known elements of Hyper-V that have made for great demonstrations, introduces you to some of the lesser-known features, and shows you best practices, how to increase serviceability and uptime, and design/usage tips for making the most of your investment in Hyper-V.

Behind the Curtain: Running Exchange Online
How does Microsoft run the world’s largest Exchange implementation? This session explores what it takes to keep Exchange Online humming smoothly and how running the service helps improve the product.

Servicing Microsoft Exchange Server: Update Your Knowledge
This session takes a close look at the servicing model for Exchange Server. Join us to gain a deep understanding of the update process for Exchange Server, including the support requirement for Cumulative Updates. You won’t just hear the Microsoft strategy but also learn how this strategy is applied in the field with first-hand experience from an Exchange MVP expert.

Exam Prep Session for Exam 70-341 and Exam 70-342: Exchange Server 2013
This Exam Prep session is designed for people experienced with Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, who are interested in taking the 70-341 (Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013) and 70-342 (Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013) exams. These exams are required for the new MCSE: Messaging certification. You can expect to review the topics covered in these exams in a fast-paced format, and receive some valuable test taking techniques. You’ll leave with an understanding of how Microsoft certification works, key topics covered in the exams, and an exhaustive look at resources for getting ready for the exam. The session is led by a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), experienced in delivering sessions on these topics.

Meet Exchange Server 2016
Get a first look at Exchange Server 2016, the on-premises release that we plan to ship in the second half of this year. Come learn about the innovation in Exchange Server 2016 that will help you keep up with evolving requirements for user productivity and information protection. This session will give you the starting point who want to know what’s coming from on-premises Exchange.

Exam Prep Session for Exam 70-410 (and 70-417): Windows Server
This Exam Prep session is designed for people experienced with Windows Server 2012 who are interested in taking the 70-410 (Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012) exam or the 70-417 (Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012) exam. These exams are required for the new MCSA: Windows Server 2012 certification. You can expect to review the topics covered in these exams in a fast-paced format, and receive some valuable test taking techniques. You will leave with an understanding of how Microsoft certification works, key topics covered in the exams, and an exhaustive look at resources for getting ready for the exam. The session is led by a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), experienced in delivering sessions on these topics.

Hyper-V Network Virtualization: 100+ Customer Service Provider Deployments
Several large service providers have been deploying SDN with our Hyper-V Network Virtualization v1 product. Come learn from the supporting Microsoft architects about the best practices, architecture and caveats, and be ready for your own deployment.

Office 365 Network Performance Troubleshooting
In this session, we outline a process for troubleshooting performance issues with network connections to Office 365. In most cases, once you diagnose the root cause of a performance problem, you can make adjustment to alleviate the issue. In this session we cover the most common issues causing performance problems when connecting to Office 365, how to test for them, and how to resolve them.

Troubleshooting Microsoft Office 365 Deployments
Sometimes during deployment, even the most prepared IT professional can be exposed to technical surprises. Join experienced Microsoft service engineers to discuss tips and tricks for Office 365 troubleshooting, review common issues and corresponding resolutions, and learn about the diagnostic and troubleshooting tools an Office 365 admin has at their disposal.

Exchange Design Concepts and Best Practices
Over years, Exchange became an increasingly complex technology with multiple design options to choose from. However, Exchange evolution follows simple design concepts, achieving reliability and scalability via the building blocks architecture principle. Understanding these concepts and applying them to various Exchange design scenarios allows you fully realize technology potential, maximize solution availability, minimize deployment and operation costs, and bring modern cloud architecture principles to your enterprise. This session is closely related to the “Preferred Architecture” session and strongly recommended to architects and messaging engineers challenged with the Exchange design decisions.

Experts Unplugged: New Exchange Scenarios
The unplugged panel is your chance to hear directly from product experts in an unscripted, conversational format. The panel includes a mix of perspectives—from engineering to support to real-world deployment experts—so you get answers that range from visionary to practical. Bring your tough questions and hear them answered live on stage, as top experts discuss the issues that matter to you. The session will focus on Groups in Exchange, Clutter, Document Collaboration, and search features in Exchange and Outlook.

Windows PowerShell Unplugged with Jeffrey Snover
Come learn PowerShell the way PowerShell was meant to be learned—exploring Windows from a command-line. The goal of this session is not to teach you any particular PowerShell feature or how to manage a system, but to equip you with the tools and techniques that will help you explore and learn PowerShell and figure out how to manage things on your own.

Office 365 for Small Business: Deployment, Implementation, and Management
As a small business, you are often wearing all the hats. We want to help! We have developed resources to support your deployment of Office 365 so you can get started, get set up, and get people using it quickly. From planning and getting individual users set up to general administration, come learn the best approaches and resources to take your small business from purchase to using Office 365 effectively in your business.

Experts Unplugged: Exchange Server High Availability and Site Resilience PLUS Storage
The panel provides experts in Exchange High Availability, Site Resilience, and Storage. The unplugged panel is your chance to hear directly from product experts in an unscripted, conversational format. The panel includes a mix of perspectives—from engineering to support to real-world deployment experts—so you get answers that range from visionary to practical. Bring your tough questions and hear them answered live on stage, as top experts discuss the issues that matter to you.

Bumps and Blips on the Road to Cloud Nirvana: From On-Premises Microsoft Exchange to Office 365
Come learn from one of the most experienced Exchange MVPs what it’s like to make the journey from on-premises Exchange to Exchange Online. It’s easy to start using Microsoft Office 365 if it’s a fresh start, but things can get more complex when you are moving your existing users and content to Exchange Online. To be successful, you have to get comfortable with the cloud, understand its limits, and be able to embrace and utilize its strengths. The presenter has strong opinions on what works and what doesn’t. You’ll hear what’s good and not so good about Exchange Online and how to make it work for you. Intensely practical and honest, this is a must-attend session for anyone who’s contemplating the move to Exchange Online.

The Power of the Shell: Advanced Administration of Office 365 with Windows PowerShell
Do you have a need to automate some of your Office 365 administrative tasks, perform bulk operations that aren’t available in the portal, or perform advanced checks before migrations to ensure that everything will go smoothly for you and your users? Does it seem like you can’t accomplish the tasks you want to in the Office 365 portal based on their complexity or scale? Sounds like you need to harness the power of the shell! In this scenario-driven session you’ll see how Windows PowerShell can make your life as an IT administrator easier by showing you powerful scripts and scenarios that will help you in managing and monitoring your Office 365 environment.

Exchange Storage for Insiders: It’s ESE
Understanding storage options and requirements for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 and vNext is an important part of your Exchange server storage design solution. This session offers a better understanding of the options, requirements, and insider view of Exchange storage.

Email Migration to Office 365: Behind the Scenes with the Migration Velocity Team
How does Microsoft migrate customers to Office 365? In this session, we discuss the mail migration process, automated tools, and things you can do to prepare for fast migration to Office 365.

Exam Prep Session for Exam 70-411 (and 70-417): Windows Server
This Exam Prep session is designed for people experienced with Windows Server 2012 who are interested in taking the 70-411 (Administering Windows Server 2012) exam or the 70-417 (Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012) exam. These exams are required for the new MCSA: Windows Server 2012 certification. You can expect to review the topics covered in these exams in a fast-paced format, as well as receive some valuable test taking techniques. You will leave with an understanding of how Microsoft certification works, the key topics covered in the exams, and an exhaustive look at resources for getting ready for the exam. The session is led by a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), experienced in delivering sessions on these topics.

Tools and Techniques for Exchange Performance Troubleshooting
Why is W3WP using 12GB of RAM? Getting to the root cause can take time, but we’re here to help. This session focuses on the tools and techniques used by Microsoft escalation engineers as they diagnose performance issues, including high CPU, memory contentions, and issues caused by dependent components like Active Directory, storage, and networking. We use recent support cases as examples, so you leave with practical guidance on how to better troubleshoot your Exchange environment.

Office 365 Administration Best Practices
This session includes tips, tricks, shortcuts and best practices for administering Office 365, including GUI and PowerShell-based tips, auditing and logging, permissions, mailbox management, and more!

Mail Flow and Transport Deep Dive
Regardless of how you run your email, whether it’s on-premises Exchange, Office 365, or a hybrid solution you need to understand the mail flow process. You may have a requirement to route mail through 3rd party services or have partners with which you absolutely want secure mail delivery. This session walks you through these scenarios, explaining in detail, how mail flow works in Exchange Server and in Exchange Online. The goal of this session is to provide you with the information you need to enable mail flow that best suits your organization’s needs. The session will dig deep into transport services, how delivery group mail routing works, and how to ensure your data is protected in transit with the Exchange Server and Exchange Online.

Exchange Hybrid: Make Office 365 Work for You
Exchange hybrid deployments are one of the most common Office 365 configurations. In this session, we dig into the architecture of hybrid deployments, review the deployment options, discuss the capabilities of the hybrid configuration wizard, and review the co-existence user experiences.

The Latest on Modern Public Folders: Architecture and Migrations
Modern Public Folders have seen many updates in the past year – improving scale and user capabilities. Join this session to learn how the Public Folder engineering team has delivered on customer feedback from MEC 2014 and what you can expect in the future. Meet the engineers and get a deep dive on the architecture of modern Public Folders and investments made to evolve the feature. We will wrap-up with a look at the latest Public Folder migration guidance with a real-world perspective on deployment and migration.

Exam Prep Session for Exam 70-412 (and 70-417): Windows Server
This Exam Prep session is designed for people experienced with Windows Server 2012 who are interested in taking the 70-412 (Configuring Windows Server 2012 Advanced Services) exam or the 70-417 (Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012) exam. These exams are required for the new MCSA: Windows Server 2012 certification. You can expect to review the topics covered in these exams in a fast-paced format. You will leave with an understanding of how Microsoft certification works, the key topics covered in the exams, and an exhaustive look at resources for getting ready for the exam. The session is led by a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), experienced in delivering sessions on these topics.

Exam Prep Session for Exam 70-346 and Exam 70-347: MCSA Office 365 (Part 1)
This Exam Prep session is designed for people experienced with Microsoft Office 365 who are interested in taking the 70-346 exam or the 70-347 exam. These exams are required for the new MCSA: Office 365 certification. You can expect to review the topics covered in these exams in a fast-paced format, as well as receive some valuable test taking techniques. You will leave with an understanding of how Microsoft certification works, the key topics covered in the exams, and an exhaustive look at resources for getting ready for the exam. The session is led by a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), experienced in delivering sessions on these topics.

Exam Prep Session for Exam 70-346 and Exam 70-347: MCSA Office 365 (Part 2)
This Exam Prep session is designed for people experienced with Microsoft Office 365 who are interested in taking the 70-346 exam or the 70-347 exam. These exams are required for the new MCSA: Office 365 certification. You can expect to review the topics covered in these exams in a fast-paced format, as well as receive some valuable test taking techniques. You will leave with an understanding of how Microsoft certification works, the key topics covered in the exams, and an exhaustive look at resources for getting ready for the exam. The session is led by a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), experienced in delivering sessions on these topics.

Check user accounts which have Out of Office set

The following commands can be used if you need to check which accounts have Out of Office set through EMS.

Get-Mailbox | Get-MailboxAutoReplyConfiguration | Where-Object { $_.AutoReplyState –eq “scheduled” } | fl identity

Get-Mailbox | Get-MailboxAutoReplyConfiguration | Where-Object { $_.AutoReplyState –eq “enabled” } | fl identity

To get the Out Of Office settings for a particular user, use the following command

Get-MailboxAutoReplyConfiguration –identity joebloggs

Free Trade Inn – London Brewery Weekend

Ok folks, I’m not going to lie. This weekend has been what can best be described as a boozy afair hanging out in what has to be up there now in the top craft beer cities in the country…Newcastle.

When I first saw the Free Trade Inn had advertised it’s 2nd annual London Brewery weekend (more on that later), I hastily booked a day off work for the Friday so I could attend due to a major cock up with my calendaring skills. It turned out that I could have actually just attended on the Saturday and be done with it, but a beer festival like this one deserves some love and attention. Roll on the “research trip” of Friday.

With Friday being effectivly a spare day, I decided to do a few hours “research” before heading over to the Ouseburn. I regulary carry out “research” trips into places if I’ve heard of new bars or restuarants opening or if I’ve passed somewhere and just want to check it out. I met up with Alistair who decided with it being British science week that this “research” should be for well…science. It was a good enough excuse and we were sticking with it.

We started off at the Victoria Comet, formerly O’Neill’s opposite the train station. The drinkers are still as loud as what they used to be, the sort of place that attracts stag and hen dos with it’s location. A quick half and we moved on. Next stop was The Bacchus, located on High Bridge, this Sir John Fitzgerald’s chain member has always pulled me in with it’s friendly staff and decent selection of beers. They have recently held a tap takeover of the Epic variety and still had a lot of taps dedicated to the New Zealand brewery. I decided to try a half of the Armageddon IPA, a very quaffable drop at a tad under 7%. Time to move on again…

Epic Tap Takeover

Next stop dAtbAr. Located on the side of the Theatre Royal this modern city centre boozer which opened last March always comes up trumps with it’s atmosphere and drinks selection. When I see the name on the board of “Magic Rock Brewery“, no decision has to be made of what beer I’m going to go for. I love Magic Rock, their beers are fantastic and they undoutably have some of the best pumpclip designs I’ve ever seen. Beer of choice, Canonball, a 7.4% IPA.

DatBar

With this being a “research” trip, we needed to call into somewhere else where I hadn’t been. Bierrex, formerly Popolos located just round the corner, owned by the same people as dAtbAr, this smoke and tap house again provided a heady selection of drinks. Magic Rock featured on the menu again and this time I went with High Wire. The 5.5% West Coast Pale Ale.

By this point we decided to grab some food, venue of choice The Cluny situated over the Ouseburn and not too far from the Free Trade. High Wire again the drink of choice, paired with the famous Cluny burger.

ClunyBurger

With the afternoon quickly dissapearing, we moved over to the Free Trade Inn for the highlight of the day and the main reason for this trip. The Free Trade Inn 2nd annual London Brewery Weekend…

LondonBeerFestPoster

Michael Potts, the manager of the Free Trade Inn, pulled off a belter of a festival last year (Some serious hangover encountered on the Sunday) and he decided to do it again this year. Bringing some of the capitals biggest (and a few not so big) names in beer and gin to the North East. A four day festival of all things London.

First things first, you know it’s going to be a good festival when the tag line on the bottom of the poster is Beer, Street Food, Coffee, Gin, Bands and more beer. I met Billy and Stephanie, grabbed a beer map and made a start.

BeerMap

I started with the Red Church Bethnal Pale at 5.5%, a very easy to drink beer and my baseline drink for the weekend if I needed to fall back to something whilst deciding what I wanted next. As the night went on and being joined by PJ and Brian, we made out way through the beers. Red Church’s Bethnal Pale, Weird Beard’s Faceless Spreadsheet, Fuller’s Frontier lager and Kernel’s Citra all hitting my taste buds.

Earlier in the evening it was suggested that I try Alpha State’s Larsons Ruin Imperial Stout. This nearly proved to be Martins Ruin, but by god what a drink. The 10% coffee monster was an excellent choice for the last beer before heading home.

I returned again on Saturday for round 2, meeting up with PJ, Andrew, Emma, Gary and Jill. We all supped our fair share. My beers of choice throughout the evening were Red Church’s Bethnal Pale, Beavertown’s Londonerwiesse, Anspatch and Hobday’s IPA, Beavertown’s Bob Barley and again Apha State’s Larson Ruin Imperial Stout.

BobBarley

I have to say Michael and the Free Trade Inn staff pulled off another one hell of a London Beer festival and if they hold it again next year which I so hope they do, then please do yourself a favour and get yourselves up there to enjoy some of the best beer that the UK has to offer….and thank me later.

Postscript…

As I was about to leave in my drunken state, I had a chat with Andrew. A few ideas got thrown around as they ineviatably do at these type of things and it was suggested that we need to do a Tour De Durham just after Easter.

Everyone welcome. Better start planning….

“ASN1 Bad Tag Value Met” in IIS 7

I’ve came accross this error message a few times now when renewing a certificate in IIS7, and it has still caught me out more times than enough. Thankfully it is quite an easy error message to resolve. I’ve detailed the steps below:

– Open MMC->Certificates->Computer
– Expand Personal->Certificates
– Import your .crt file
– Double click the certificate
– Click on the Details tab and find the thumbprint
– Open a CMD window and enter the following:
certutil -repairstore my "Paste the cert thumbprint here"
– You should now be able to see the certificate in IIS manager.

Upgrade firmware on Cisco SG300-10P

Users may experience an issue when upgrading the firmware on Cisco SG300-10P 10-Port Gigabit PoE Managed Switch with the error message of “Illegal software format”

The upgrade has to be carried out using the CLI along with a TFTP server. This issue I experienced was upgrading from 1.3.0.62 to 1.4.0.88

To upgrade to 1.4.0.88 from 1.3.0.62 you have to install the version previous to 1.4.0.88 first. Let’s see how we do this:

See what version we are currently running
SW1#sh ver

Upgrade firmware
SW1#copy tftp://tftp_IP_address/path_to_the_file/1.3.7.18.ros image

Upgrade boot
SW1#copy tftp://tftp_IP_address/path_to_the_file/1.3.7.18.rfb image

Check boot images which are installed and make active
SW1#sh bootv

Image Filename Version Date Status
----- --------- --------- --------------------- -----------
1 image-1 1.3.0.62 02-May-2013 14:55:01 Active*
2 image-2 1.3.7.18 10-Oct-2013 17:15:41 Not active

SW1#boot system image-2
SW1#reload

Once the switch has rebooted do the same but with the files for 1.4.0.88

To Watch – Hitlist

As Autumn and Winter is now starting to draw in, I thought it was time to put together a list of TV shows and films that I either need to watch from the beginning, to re-watch or just to continue from where I’m at in the current series. The following list should keep me going for a while!

DOWNFALL
GENERATION WAR – OUR MOTHERS, OUR FATHERS
GAME OF THRONES (SERIES 3)
TOM KERRIDGE BEST EVER DISHES
OUR GIRL
PEAKY BLINDERS
THE STREET
THE CODE
HUMAN UNIVERSE
EDGE OF THE UNIVERSE
EDUCATING ESSEX
EDUCATING THE EAST END
EDUCATING – WHAT I WISH I’D KNOWN
THE KITCHEN
THE APPRENTICE (SERIES 10)
FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER
HOMELAND
INBETWEENERS GO GLOBAL
JIMMY AND THE GIANT SUPERMARKET
LONDON IRISH
THE MILL
THE MODEL AGENCY
NAZI MEGASTRUTURES
PAEDOPHOLE HUNTER
PETER KAY LIVE AND BACK ON NIGHTS
COSTA DEL NIGHTMARES
RAMSEY’S BEST RESTUARANT
THE SOMME
STEVE JOBS I CHANGED THE WORLD
SUPERSIZE VS SUPERSKINNY
THE WORK EXPERIENCE
SHUT YOUR FACEBOOK
THE CRIMSON FIELD
HUNTED
HAWKING
FREEFALL BBC
THE GIRL
INTO THE STORM
LINE OF DUTY
OUR WORLD WAR
HOUSE OF CARDS
RIPPER STREET
ROME
SPOOKS
SPOOKS CODE 9
THE WHITE QUEEN
ORPHAN BLACK
FALLING SKIES
GLASGOW GIRLS
THE DRIVER
DERAILED
RESTLESS
A BEAUTIFUL MIND
AN ADVENTURE IN SPACE AND TIME
BATTLE IN SEATTLE
BROOKLYN RULES
ENIGMA
WORRIED ABOUT THE BOY
TORCHWOOD
TRUE GRIT
BLACK DEATH
THE WIPERS TIMES
THERE WILL BE BLOOD
THIRTEEN DAYS
CHERNBYL DIARIES
THE TUDORS
THE HOLLOW CROWN
THE HOUNERABLE WOMAN
THE KENNEDYS
THE LAST DAYS OF THE LEHMAN BROTHERS
CHILDREN OF MEN
THE GOOD SHEPHERD
THE HAPPY LANDS
THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
BOY IN STRIPPED PJAMAS
THE CHALLENGER
JOHNNY WORRICKER SERIES (PAGE 8, SALTING THE BATTLE FIELD, TURKS AND CAICOS)
REQUIEM FOR A DREAM
REVOLUNTIONARY ROAD
THE GIRL IN THE CAFE
MISS POTTER
LUTHER
MAD MEN
MARGARET
MARGIN CALL
ITS ALL GONE PETE TONG
JUMP
FEMALE AGENTS
FROST/NIXON
A BOY CALLED DAD
BAD COMPANY
FLASHBACKS OF A FOOL
HARTS WAR
BOARDWALK EMPIRE
HUSTLE
HIDDEN
INSPECTOR GEORGE GENTLY
LAND GIRLS
OLIVER TWIST BBC
SOS THE TITANIC INQUIRY
THE GREAT ROBBERY BBC
RUBY IN THE SMOKE
SPIES OF WARSAW
THE COUNTERFITERS
LINCOLN
THE LEFTOVERS
THE TUNNEL
THE KNICK
THE INBETWEENERS 2
HANGOVER 3
HUNGER GAMES – MOCKING JAY PART 1
THE HOBBIT – BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES
BREAKING BAD
SPACE RACE (BBC)
THE APPRENTICE (ALL SERIES)
GOTHAM
FRIENDS
THERE BE DRAGONS
THE TERMINAL
MICKY FLANAGAN’S DETOUR DE FRANCE
THE CALL CENTRE
INVASION OF THE JOB SNATCHERS
GUNPOWDER 5/11: THE GREATEST TERROR PLOT
THE PASSING BELLS
SERENA
LAWLESS
TRANSCENDENCE
JARHEAD 2
BOOK THIEF
LAST VEGAS
OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN
POLDARK
BANISHED
MRS BROWN’S BOYS
BIG BANG THEORY
MAN VS FOOD
THE GAME
24 HOURS IN THE PAST
BACK IN TIME FOR DINNER
THE IT CROWD

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