Bizarrely named video-on-demand service Wuaki.tv – the first part’s pronounced “wacky” – has introduced a new subscription scheme: a selection of movies and TV shows which changes every seven days and is picked by people rather than computers. Readers over a certain age will be familiar with this kind of notion already. It’s …
Based in Barcelona, Wuaki launched in Spain in 2011 and arrived in the UK this year
So unlikely that Fawlty Towers will be appearing on this then (unless they redub the Spanish version complete with Mario the waiter)
RE: redub the Spanish
Close, it was released in Spain a long time ago with Manuel being called Paolo and from italy
The inventor of the Fosbury Flop was Dick Fosbury.
Who is this "Roger" of whom you speak?
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Estoy haciendo un curso de español intensivo y cuando se menciona "equipo español" salté a bordo. Pero todo es sólo el material anglo-americana de costumbre, como todo los otros....no una banda sonora española a la vista.
Catalunya no és Espanya.
Tens tota la raó, a Catalunya no hi a chorizos, a Catalunya hi ha xoriços, que són els nostres.
I és la nostra pròpia policia que ens tortura, no pas la d'algú altre. Visca Catalunya Lliure!
On the one hand, lovely idea
On the other, looking at the crap that tops the ratings, urgh.
Re: On the one hand, lovely idea
Can't wait until 4chan's /b/ discovers this service and its method of choosing titles... I wonder if they can get licenses for that type of material.
Find it hard to choose something to watch?
Then you're probably done watching and it's time to turn off your PC and go and do something a little more interesting.
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