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  • #31024
    Sally Bailey
    Participant

    As promised, we are giving you plenty of notice that the new series of ‘Fat Surgeons’ starts on Thursday 14 June, 9pm on the Really channel. Don’t forget to set your recorders!

    #46999
    Doodah
    Keymaster

    Woo Hoo!! Can’t wait for this to start again. I’m always all teary-eyed and proud like a great big mother hen lol!

    #47007
    Sally Bailey
    Participant

    Don’t forget: the new series of ‘Fat Surgeons’ starts on Thursday 14 June at 9pm on the ‘Really’ channel. Set your recorders if you are unable to watch it and look out for some very familiar faces.

    #47000
    Doodah
    Keymaster

    I shall be at the Streamline Surgical support group in Harrow, but will sky+ it. Can’t wait to see it ;-))

    Doodah x

    #47004
    carolthecook
    Member

    Hope all you Streamliners will be watching the launch of tomorrow’s new series of ‘Fat Surgeons’ with Shaw Somers, Chris Pring and other Streamline Surgery patients. This 5 part series will cover wls surgery; the impact it has on wls patients lives; the changes that need to be made; and the success that can come as a result. Do tune in if you can….9pm on Really TV (Sky, Virgin and Freeview too). If you can’t why not set the timer or remote?

    #47009
    Mara
    Member

    Thanks for the reminder Carol, I’ll be watching!

    Mara x

    #47006
    Precious
    Member

    @”carolthecook”]Hope all you Streamliners will be watching the launch of tomorrow’s new series of ‘Fat Surgeons’ with Shaw Somers, Chris Pring and other Streamline Surgery patients. This 5 part series will cover wls surgery the impact it has on wls patients lives; the changes that need to be made; and the success that can come as a result. Do tune in if you can….9pm on Really TV (Sky, Virgin and Freeview too). If you can’t why not set the timer or remote?[/QUOTE wrote:

    Hi carol -sis

    Just popped on here first time in many months! Glad i see yr post! Been so much going on in my life. It’s been 2 years since my op and I’m now a size 10 lost 10.5 stone!!
    I will email you direct to catch up.
    Love to you and all x x x

    #47001
    Doodah
    Keymaster

    I’m recording it on Sky+ (series link) as I shall be at the Streamline Surgical Suppport Group with the fabulous Stacey Brova and the rest of the gang tonight xx

    Doodah x

    #47005
    carolthecook
    Member

    Many, many thanks for all the lovely emails and comments about last nights 1st episode of FAT SURGEONS. It is going to repeated on Saturday night….same place and details at 9pm for those that missed it first time around. I missed it ‘live’ too Doodah and sadly the support meeting too (with the fab Stacey Brova) just caught up with it later. Will make the next support meeting though…it’s something of a lifeline for me and many other streamliners! C x

    #47008
    hides
    Member

    Brilliant start to the next series 🙂 and so nice to put a face to carol… (you look fab) . Looking forward to the next programme. Hoping they cover a bandster this time round.

    Heidi 🙂

    #47002
    Doodah
    Keymaster

    Isn’t it lovely to put faces to people you only text/message/email/phone?

    #47010
    Blue Staffy
    Member

    Shaw Sumers is on embarrassing bodie on channel 4 @ 8pm on tues 19th June

    Mark (Blue Staffy)

    #47003
    Doodah
    Keymaster

    He gets about a bit doesn’t he?!!

    So in awe of the work he (and all the other surgeons and clinical staff at Streamline) does to help people get their lives back. I can’t believe I’m lucky enough to be a very, very minute part of the support team either. Humbling indeed.

    Doodah x

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