Although my tongue was in my cheek, I meant it. The Tommy Walsh programmes were all about Mr Walsh as a personality and his witticisms. I learned nothing about building a new workshop or about how to equip it.Newbie_Neil":2ikng6to said:Gill, Gill, Gill you're 'aving a larf.
Couldn't have put it more succinctly, Gill! (note to self: be more succinct!)Gill":289btcle said:Despite Mr Revell's programmes being flawed (I won't go into that right now - it's been discussed elsewhere at length) they were far, far superior to the series that Mr Walsh has cobbled together.
Actually Sky+ was a real bonus for this series - I could fast forward through all the bad bits and watch each episode in 5-10 mins maxtrevtheturner":1wl34j40 said:Blimey. I'm so glad I don't bother to have Sky so's I can remain blissfully detatched from all these problems.
I read somewhere very recently (may have been Good Woodoworking) that he's not actually got ANY certification or such to say he is qualified to do what he's been doing for years. Apparently, he learned it all his dad at a young age and that's basically all he's had!frank":14z0j7mf said:tommy is a bricky not a chippy