OVFM Club Meeting Tuesday March 19th 2013

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Nobody actually wants to be left alone on a desert island do they? Well, the way the government are going it might be a more preferable option….but I digress. In most cases people find themselves in this situation by accident but if this should happen, we would hope to have some kind of useful object or creature comfort with us to make the time a bit more sufferable. Which brings us to this week’s club meeting.

In absolutely no way at all ripped off from the legendary long running radio show Desert Island Discs (just in case the estate of Roy Plumley is reading) OVFM presents Desert Island Films!! In this session, our victim is the irredeemable Cherie Hamlet-Smith who will be sharing with us eight films that mean the most to her or reflect important moments in her short but illustrious life that would be the ones she would most want to have with her, should she be stuck on a desert island. Geddit?

So, what films mean the most to Cherie that she’d have rather have on a desert island instead of her husband Alan? Come to the meeting on Tuesday night and find out!!

6 comments on “OVFM Club Meeting Tuesday March 19th 2013”

  1. Brenda Wheatley

    Can’t wait to hear all about Cherie’s life and choice of films.

  2. Freddy

    Oh yes, remember the stories that Mike T asked about at Donnington Manor? What a girl!

  3. Lee Relph

    Anyone who wasn’t present tonight missed a great night. Cherie has lived a fascinating life and her stories reflected that. Her choice of films were naturally unique and she had the entire audience in the palm of her hand. if only she can get the hang of using a microphone…

    Thanks again to both Cherie and Alan for an entertaining evening! 🙂

  4. Alan H Smith

    Thank you to all of the people who have contacted us after the meeting on Tuesday 19th.
    Thank you for the kind words, we tried very hard to present an entertaining evening based on Cherie’s life.
    PS, I am now in contact with my solicitor regarding some of my wife’s past outrageous exploits that came to light during the evening, I was shocked! Alan/aka Number3

    • Simon Earwicker

      Well done Cherie and Alan,
      and THANKS (adopts sarcastic tone) for making me watch ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’!
      Actually it waan’t as bad as I thought.
      THANKS (sincere this time) for ‘Roadrunner’…now that’s what I call animation!
      Ecletic? You bet!
      Fun? Well naturally.
      Again? Yes please, just as soon as Alan has recovered 😉

  5. Brenda Wheatley

    A wonderful evening. I loved the “Rock around the clock” film made me want to get up and dance.Thank you Cherie & Alan.

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