Asia-Pacific

Check out this week's top Asia-Pacific news on the Asia Pacific Headline page.
  

Follow RoF

For all the breaking news, follow RoF on Twitter and Facebook

         
   
  

My Profile

Check all your messages, update your blog, change your account details,  find friends and much more on the My Profile section.
  

Regional Firms

Thinking of moving out of the City? Regional Inside Info gives you the lowdown on firms in Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester and Leeds.
  

Main Discussion

The Last Kingdom - season 2
Rate it
0
Report as offensive
271 Sleeps To Christmas
Posted - 16 March 2017 14:21
Starts tonight! Yes!

As Wee Jimmy Krankie moves to hold a second referendum on independence in real life, The Last Kingdom dramatises King Alfred’s ninth-century campaign to unite a divided land into a single country.

COME ON ALFRED!
Hey there! I am using WhatsCYP
Posted - 16 March 2017 14:37
Report as offensive
I am Urethra of Battenburg.... What time izzit...
Hey there! I am using WhatsCYP
Posted - 16 March 2017 14:37
Report as offensive
is it straight onto Netflix or does Beeb has prima nocturne?
Twinkle twinkle little wang
Posted - 16 March 2017 14:38
Report as offensive
9 on 1 i'd guess

thanks not hanners (obviously hanners)
Say. Joe. Priest. A.
Posted - 16 March 2017 14:38
Report as offensive
hanners m7, you know how you asked me to highlight to you when you were being a bit bigoty?

just flagging it now m7

if you care, you'll stop using "wee jimmy krankie"

I assume you won't, but I just thought you'd appreciate being made aware that you're being a bit bigoty

hphlp
Hey there! I am using WhatsCYP
Posted - 16 March 2017 14:43
Report as offensive
fekkit, I'm in the pub tonight. Arsery.

Hey there! I am using WhatsCYP
Posted - 16 March 2017 14:44
Report as offensive
oh. seems I'm in a german gymnasium tonight.

:shocked face:
271 Sleeps To Christmas
Posted - 17 March 2017 14:53
Report as offensive
So what did we think?
Saillaw
Posted - 17 March 2017 15:07
Report as offensive
It's a lot like the first series and the "I am Uhtred son of Uhtred, grandson of Uhtred, great-grandson of Uhtred" is getting a little repetitive. It's main redeeming feature was Eva Birthistle who will hopefully cast off her nun's habit at some point.