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    The Planning Crowd joins Ideal World!

    Ideal World are delighted to announce the arrival of the newest member of their family The Planning Crowd. Coming on board with over 30 years combined experience working in the estate planning sector, the team at The Planning Crowd will take care of all your will writing and funeral planning requirements.

    Tune in to Ideal World from Thursday 23rd March at 8pm to hear how you and your family could benefit in the long term by forward planning. With a range of services available from wills, will trusts, funeral plans and DNA sample kits right through to legal services like conveyancing, professional trust management and executor services joining The Planning Crowd can help you and your loved ones no matter what the eventuality.

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      Default Watched it for 10 minutes this Morning and had enough

      The presenter was called Laura, but she seemed very hyper maybe it was nerves I dont realy know, but was very giggly.



      She was selling a Microwaveable Gromitt toy, and spent most of the presentation, on about how she was a restless sleeper as a kid, and would get in her parents bed and kick them.

      And where do they get there starting Auction Prices from, they had a refurbished Start 20 tomton, with a starting price of 462.00 how did they get to that figure,


      › See More: Watched it for 10 minutes this Morning and had enough

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      The sound effects are really annoying, the current presenter seems under prepared and has just admitted she hasn't tried the product.

      I've watched 3 toys back to back and I'm bored, it's hardly gift buying season.

      At least Peter Sherlock hasn't made an appearance yet, I hear he is a buyer there so hopefully will stay behind the cameras..

      Also, so much for presenters and crew volunteering their time - full time presenters plus nuemours job adverts lately for staff. How little profit must they be making for the charity.

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      i have seen peter sherlock on some of the prerecorded stuff, he saod he was a make up expert, but by what i have read about him on here he sounds like an expert on something

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      Dipped in a few more times - the show names/themes need to be on EPG as it's not always obvious when you first tune in.

      What is a fundraiser deal? What differentiates those from normal sells?

      Prices fall far to slowly and they're not exactly competitive, a Babycakes Cupcake Maker they've just sold for 35 is available for 18 online.

      Hopefully Craig Norris is monitoring feedback...

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      with a fundraiser deal, they kinda have like a fanfare noise to announce it, not sure really.

      seems the studio is solely one presenter and a camera operator

      maybe not, be nice if she told us what a fundraiser deal means,

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      This posh bird, Kathryn Goldsmith, is leading Equal World into a very slow and painful decline in my opinion. I really want to like her, but she is soooooo over the top. Ideal for Butlins or childrens television, but not a shopping channel. Who had the crazy idea of giving her the job? Anyone want to stick something in her mouth to make her a bit more quiet?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jazzydrury View Post
      i have seen peter sherlock on some of the prerecorded stuff, he saod he was a make up expert, but by what i have read about him on here he sounds like an expert on something
      Make-up expert? Yeh, 'make up' any old sh*t to sell all that tat....

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    peter was selling his perfume last week, so i guess he knows his stuff.

    i hadnt watched bid, so i have no idea what he is like, he seems wild and zany to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzydrury View Post
    peter was selling his perfume last week, so i guess he knows his stuff.

    i hadnt watched bid, so i have no idea what he is like, he seems wild and zany to me.
    He always looks like he needs a wash and a decent hair cut.

    I'm surprised they've made it onto week 3 of live auctions, they barely sell any quantity.

    It's still incredibly painful to watch their 'new' presenters.

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    on the EPG it is just shown as live auctions from equal world, but if you watch it, the hours are themed, hitech, kitchen etc, if viewers new what they were watching

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