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First Friday Filmclub

Have I introduced you to Mabel and Olive Cotter as yet??? No? Gracious whatever have you been missing?!! Once you have seen this, go to their channel and binge. BINGE I tell you, right from the beginning. 

Just so you know, Andrew Cotter is one of the UK's favourite sports commentators and journalists. During the lockdown(s), he practiced his skills via his Labradors. To say it has been a runaway success would be to undervalue their worth to the wellbeing of all who watch... Currently, AC is helping with the commentary on Beeb's version of the Olympics. He practiced with the gal-dogs first.

10 comments:

  1. F went 'aaaawwwww'. They are K9s - cats would never roll in fox poo! And as for medals for napping on the sofa - cats could win that hands down (without getting out of bed in the morning). Furrings and purrings Mr T

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  2. Thank goodness there were treats involved. Olive and Mabel are absolutely gorgeous!
    Hugs Cecilia

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  3. This was wonderful! We are heading to their YouTube channel now!

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  4. I heard him talking about his books - might have been when Wimbledon was on - and watched the videos then. They are wonderful and he is so clever and as for the dogs well what can one say?

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  5. Now these are Olympic events I would drop everything and watch!!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  6. We love Olive and Mable but our mom just loves Mr. Andrew Cotter's lovely voice. They even got a book out of all their fame.

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  7. What fun! namaste, janice, xx

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  8. Hi Yam - yes I enjoy his presentations ... while Olive and Mabel deserve all the medals they can get - as well as all their stories they can get written up ... cheers Hilary

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