What is it with BBC Productions and excessive foley? First noticed this in Top Gear on many occations, especially when they go and play in Eastmere. Examples... [youtube]EzztdvPAsOI[/youtube] Here in Eastmere how many stupid extra bits of sound have been added to the L85a2 weapons? Last I used one safety catches didn't make that noise, and neither did pulling a weapon into your shoulder make a sound would be pretty bad if it did, and when an SA80 sounds like a 115mm cannon... How many different sounds have the added in for rifle fire? [youtube]mkpCzp0CmjY[/youtube] Again, when they went to the GCR to play trains, they added in foley of a steam whisle when a load diesel and carrages passed, and for some reason the brakes on an Audi now sound like the wheel brakes on a Mk2... Is it just me that noticed this, or is it just me that gets p***ed off by it? PS: It's not just top gear, it's just the're the examples I can remember easiest. Also at CBS's Foley on Big Bang Theory Season 4 Ep1 with the robotic hand.