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Thread: Where is Eleanor?

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    Junior Member cpower's Avatar
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    IPAD, get the PBS app an you can watch all your fav's anytime you want! Problem solved for me! I love my IPAD for this reason! They have an app for just about everything?
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    My husband and I are so discusted with how our cable company moves the programmes with out any notice or info. And frankly there is very little offered that interests us. We're dropped our cable and have gone COLD TURKEY with no TV.
    I have more time to read and, (guess what?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iraxy View Post
    So many people do not realize that they need to contribute to PBS in order for them to bring their favorite programs on board. I am new to this area and am just getting to know their schedule. I hope there are some good quilt shows on. Sadly, my favorite program Doc Martin is on at 9:00pm. Just the time when I am putting my little old man to bed and I am heading to my sewing room.
    Oh, love the Doc Martin program. Is there any way to record it? We do that and watch whenever we can stay awake! ROFL!!
    "A woman is like a tea bag-you can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water." Eleanor Roosevelt

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpower View Post
    IPAD, get the PBS app an you can watch all your fav's anytime you want! Problem solved for me! I love my IPAD for this reason! They have an app for just about everything?
    See..another positive reason why I recently me-gifted an Ipad..........I will try as soon as I figure out how!!!!!!

    Another mentioned new Love of Quilting-Fons & Fons???????? Wow.....I really am on the fence with that change....but right now our PBS stations (2) are offering neither one and as far as Eleanor Burns....not at all.........I think I am almost tempted to buy the CDs of my favorite series............

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    You might be able to go to tvguide.com and input your area and service type, then search for your show. Sometimes I've seen El on a different channel at a real odd time. This way you can pinpoint her show. Good Luck!

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    Not Eleanor but other quilt/sewing shows are on at 6:00am on Saturday morn. And yes I give to my PBS; also Wickipedia has a request going at this time. I had to give because I use it more than anything on the web!
    Quilter 68 who is now 69/and now 70

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    Tv and the web have really gone down hill on quilting shows.
    I loved QNN and Quilterstv. They were free and had tons of videos. Qnn now charges to watch and the new shows are awful and have 10min segments and lots of ads. Quilterstv is no more. What I saw surfing is not the quilterstv I watched.
    At least Eleanor Burns has her videos on her website Quilt In A Day.

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    I watch you tube videos of quilt shows on my tv using Roku. Roku for about $50 one time charge. All you need is wi fi. The subscripion to tv or movies is less then $9 for a month for most like Netflix, and dozens of channels are free. it won't be long until there will be a quilt channel on Roku! HBO and Amazon Instant Prime Movies are on Roku too. http://www.roku.com/ So much better then cable and much cheaper.
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