About: The Price of Coal - Part 1
59.24 we had a setee with that fabric - nice moss and lichen greens. :D
. .not a good picture . . .your not kidding!
I was expecting the visit to be cancelled at the last minute.
Absolutely brilliant ! I was born in Barnsley, but moved to Canada when i was very young. We moved back to England again in 1976-1977 and then when back to Canada. My dad was a coal miner as was all his brothers. I did our Family tree and my relations right back to the 1600's were all coal miners. I ended becoming a Mining Engineer - go figure :)
Absolutely brilliant. My sound wasn't so good but the repartee between the miners was wonderful. The little boy was amazing. He did the right thing - he went fishing ! Now on to Price of Coal part 2.
Along with the brilliant 'Bill Brand', Sid Storey is one of the greatest political television characters of all time; the first role I ever played in Drama at Mexborough Comprehensive (I was only 12, but it politicized me on The Left for life). RIP Bobby Knutt.
LOL....the kid was watching "IT'S A KNOCKOUT ! "...
HA HA ! Reminds somewhat of "RIFF-RAFF" with Ricky Tomlinson (which Ken Loach also directed).
THY - YOUR
THOU/THEE - YOU
DEE - DIE
SPUDS - POTATOES
THEEYAR - THERE/THEIR/THEY'RE
T'PIT - MINE SHAFT
'EY UP/BY GUM - EXCLAMATION OF SUPRISE
EJIT - FOOLISH PERSON
BRITCHES - TROUSERS
NOWT - NOTHING
NIVVER - NEVER
OWT - ANYTHING
REET - RIGHT
AYE - YES
WIDDER - WIDOW
ART - OUT
PADDY - UNDERGROUND CARRIAGE USED TO TRANSPORT MINERS TO/FROM THE
THEE'SEN - YOURSELF
PALLAVER - AWKWARD/DIFFICULT SITUATION
KNACKERS - TESTICLES
Strong accents, I can still follow what they're saying, though.
Subtitles would be appreciated...
Okay but when they had well paying jobs they never gave a fuck about anybody else, now it's all boo hoo hoo ! Fuck em !
Great lot of nice banter as well
Can't understand a word of it.
Real People, Real Characters, What more do you want?
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My uncle plaid Ronnie in these film
this is a Jewel, thank you