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From Wikipedia: The channel was originally launched on 31 October 2005 as Sky Three. The channel also showed seasons 3 and 4 of Prison Break in 2010. In recent years, the number of well known Sky1 shows being shown on Sky3/Pick TV has declined. - en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org link icon read more about pick on wikipedia (summary by Clipped).

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Friday, 26 October 2018
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StevensOnln1
3:02 PM

Pete: The link below gives a phone number and e-mail address for Sky's Viewer Relations. No one on this website has any information beyond what is available in the published/online TV guides.

https://contactus.sky.com/uk/sky-tv/information-on-sky-tv

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StevensOnln1's 2,081 posts Platinum Platinum US
Monday, 5 November 2018
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Mike Rowe
11:05 AM

As much as I`m enjoying Supergirl- I missed it 4 years ago on it`s original release,i really don`t need to be told before the programme starts-not at almost 58 years of age-that it contains "Comic Book Action".....The Nanny State is alive and-sadly-well on so many tv channels.please let Pick be the exception.
Thank you.

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Mike Rowe's 1 post US
Tuesday, 6 November 2018
MikeP
10:47 AM

Mike Rowe:

This is not Pick's website and not the way to contact them. This website is intended to assist viewers having reception problems.

Pick is owned by Sky so contact them at www.sky.com.



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MikeP's 2,414 posts Platinum Platinum GB
Tuesday, 13 November 2018
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Malcolm Cutlan
12:50 PM

Sirs, I have been enjoying the daily hospital drama House MD. However, there is one puzzling problem. Why are all the scenes lit as though they were filmed on a foggy day in London Town? The internal and external scenes all seem to suffer from this. Particularly upsetting for me because I worked in a hospital for some time and I can tell you from my experience any hospital like that would be closed down in 2 hours. Is this once again the 'arty' people in the film industry deciding that common sense is unnecessary? The same people who imagine almost every scene should be accompanied by the noise of 10,000 dustbins banging together and the noise of metallic surfaces being scraped together? Who gives them the right and permission to ruin these otherwise splendid programmes
Regards M.Cutlan



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Malcolm Cutlan's 2 posts GB
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Malcolm Cutlan
12:50 PM

Sirs, I have been enjoying the daily hospital drama House MD. However, there is one puzzling problem. Why are all the scenes lit as though they were filmed on a foggy day in London Town? The internal and external scenes all seem to suffer from this. Particularly upsetting for me because I worked in a hospital for some time and I can tell you from my experience any hospital like that would be closed down in 2 hours. Is this once again the 'arty' people in the film industry deciding that common sense is unnecessary? The same people who imagine almost every scene should be accompanied by the noise of 10,000 dustbins banging together and the noise of metallic surfaces being scraped together? Who gives them the right and permission to ruin these otherwise splendid programmes
Regards M.Cutlan



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Malcolm Cutlan's 2 posts GB
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StevensOnln1
1:10 PM

Malcolm Cutlan: This is not Pick's website and no one here has any involvement in production of programs for any channel. Try contacting the broadcaster via their own website or search for the name of the production company which is normally shown in the credits at the end of the program.

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StevensOnln1's 2,081 posts Platinum Platinum US
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