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Hancock's Half Hour - Back From Holiday (10-14-56)  


Back From Holiday (Aired October 14, 1956)
Tony Hancock starred as an exaggerated version of his own character, a down-at-heel comedian living at the dilapidated 23 Railway Cuttings in East Cheam. Sid James played a criminally-inclined confidante who usually managed to con Hancock, while Bill Kerr appeared as Hancock's dim-witted Australian lodger. Moira Lister also appeared in the first series before being replaced by Andrée Melly for the next two, both playing love interests for Hancock's character. In the fourth and fifth series, Hattie Jacques played Griselda Pugh, live-in secretary to Hancock and occasional girlfriend of Sid James. The series broke from the variety tradition dominant in British radio comedy into the sitcom or Situation comedy genre. Instead of sketches, guest stars and musical interludes, humour developed from the characters and situations. The domestic situation varied, Hancock usually portrayed as unemployed or a hopeless, down-at-heel comedian. Sid was always on the fiddle in some way. Bill was dim and virtually unemployable (though he started as a fast-talking American-type Australian). Miss Pugh, Hancock's secretary, had such a loose job description that she cooked Sunday lunch.


Episode 70: Denzel Washington, Keanu Reeves and Toby’s Bumble.  

If you’re a fan of awkward radio based around creepy listeners and desperately lonely presenters, then you’re in the right place! Although for legal reasons, we can’t possibly single out which listener or which presenter (although from listening to this very podcast, we’re sure you could have a good old guess). Elsewhere this week… • Chris and the team question whether Hollywood A-lister DENZEL WASHINGTON is loving or hating his chat with Dom. • KEANU REEVES has a very important announcement to make to an entire hotel room. • PLUS, after last year, we’re treated to round 2 of Pippa’s NME Awards diary! The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Weekdays 6.30-10am radiox.co.uk

EP #014: Facebook Lead Ads + E-mail Marketing = Guld  

Med Facebook Lead Ads kan du skabe billige e-mailtilmeldinger. Med autoresponders og andre automatiserede e-mailflows har du mulighed for at modne en mulig kunde på vej til et køb. Til sammen er Lead Ads og e-mail marketing en sprængfarlig kombination. Halfdan og Emil bruger selv formaterne og deler ud af deres bedste tips til at få billige leads - og få mest ud af dem, når de er røget ind i den funnel. Vi taler om opsætning af annoncer, retargeting, synkronisering af lister - og meget mere på ku 10 minutter.

S2 E23 - Sloppy Spurs  

This week, Dan and Tom are joined by pod regular Oly Lister to discuss a weird week at Spurs. We start with the Cup win against Wycombe, a game that made Dan think a few at Spurs are on borrowed time. Where does that performance, coupled with our progress in the cups, leave some of the fringe squad? We discuss the future of Nkoudou, Vorm, Trippier, Davies, Janssen, Son and Wimmer, but most notably young Josh Onomah. We move on to Sunderland and an insipid and stunted performance. What could we have done differently, and was it just one of those games? Is the biggest problem not the first team, but our inability to change things from the bench? What the hell are we going to do without Danny Rose? We move onto the transfer windows past and present and take a trip down memory lane with Alli, van der Vaart and Crouchie. Be warned, we got a bit drunk and sloppy, perhaps in honour of our last two performances. Enjoy the meandering. COYS.

Buck Shot: Colin Follenweider  

This man has starred in more Hollywood blockbusters than your favorite A lister - but you've never seen his face! Colin Follenweider has built a career performing the stunts too dangerous for the actors - and is paid to make the actions of film heroes a reality - making him Hollywood's most in-demand stuntman! The Buck Sexton Show, Weekdays 12–3pm ET on The Blaze Radio. Twitter: @BuckSexton Facebook: Buck Sexton

NHLprat 24.01.16 - Tidenes liste og Martinsen-intervju  

Det har vært listefeber blant NHL-folket på Twitter, så Ulven og Bakke har invitert Roy Kvatningen, mannen som startet ideen, til å gå gjennom sine lister over favorittspillere i NHL-klubbene gjennom alle tider og nåværende. I tillegg debateres NHL-sesongen så langt, Justin Schultz utvikling i Pittsburgh og Zuccas form siden like før nyttår. Og jaggu blir det ikke et lite intervju med Andreas Martinsen helt på tampen også!

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Hancock's Half Hour - The Expresso Bar (12-16-56)  


The Expresso Bar (Aired December 16, 1956)
Tony Hancock starred as an exaggerated version of his own character, a down-at-heel comedian living at the dilapidated 23 Railway Cuttings in East Cheam. Sid James played a criminally-inclined confidante who usually managed to con Hancock, while Bill Kerr appeared as Hancock's dim-witted Australian lodger. Moira Lister also appeared in the first series before being replaced by Andrée Melly for the next two, both playing love interests for Hancock's character. In the fourth and fifth series, Hattie Jacques played Griselda Pugh, live-in secretary to Hancock and occasional girlfriend of Sid James. The series broke from the variety tradition dominant in British radio comedy into the sitcom or Situation comedy genre. Instead of sketches, guest stars and musical interludes, humour developed from the characters and situations. Hancock's experiences were based in reality and observation. From the playlet "Look Back In Hunger" in The East Cheam Drama Festival episode, Galton and Simpson showed they were in touch with developments in the British theatre, the use of sighs and silent pauses in common with the work of Harold Pinter which began to emerge towards the end of the series' run. The measured pacing of these episodes were groundbreaking in the days of fast-talking Ted Ray, where every second of airtime had to be filled. With Galton and Simpson writing scripts prolifically, continuity was not priority, with details changed to suit the episode.


#61: "Adventure Painting" w/ Anthony Lister  

Anthony Lister was born in Brisbane, Australia in 1979. He graduated from the Queensland College of Art in Brisbane in 2001 and traveled to New York soon after where he mentored under the auspices Max Gimblett, one of New Zealand's most influential living artists. Lister began painting on the streets at the age of 17; a location which has become a key part of his practice as a space where he can take pleasure in his 'hobby' of producing art rather than the 'craft' of studio work. He has since exhibited his work extensively within Australia and internationally both in the gallery and on the streets. He is considered to be one of Australia’s most renowned contemporary artists.

Topics Discussed:

The process of creating his artwork Exploring the idea of "adventure painting" A curious exploration of the dualities of life Skateboarding abstracting itself into artwork Creative and mental breakthroughs Tactility of art changing or being lost with the advent of technologies His virtual reality app Decorating the apocalypse Seeing artwork in the flesh His love for the work of Egon Schiele

www.artistdecoded.com

Hancock's Half Hour - Bill & Father Christmas (12-25-58)  


Bill & Father Christmas (Aired December 25, 1958)
Tony Hancock starred as an exaggerated version of his own character, a down-at-heel comedian living at the dilapidated 23 Railway Cuttings in East Cheam. Sid James played a criminally-inclined confidante who usually managed to con Hancock, while Bill Kerr appeared as Hancock's dim-witted Australian lodger. Moira Lister also appeared in the first series before being replaced by Andrée Melly for the next two, both playing love interests for Hancock's character. In the fourth and fifth series, Hattie Jacques played Griselda Pugh, live-in secretary to Hancock and occasional girlfriend of Sid James. The series broke from the variety tradition dominant in British radio comedy into the sitcom or Situation comedy genre. Instead of sketches, guest stars and musical interludes, humour developed from the characters and situations. Hancock's experiences were based in reality and observation. From the playlet "Look Back In Hunger" in The East Cheam Drama Festival episode, Galton and Simpson showed they were in touch with developments in the British theatre, the use of sighs and silent pauses in common with the work of Harold Pinter which began to emerge towards the end of the series' run. The measured pacing of these episodes were groundbreaking in the days of fast-talking Ted Ray, where every second of airtime had to be filled. With Galton and Simpson writing scripts prolifically, continuity was not priority, with details changed to suit the episode.


Episode 143: Dean Lister Returns!  

The Boogeyman is back! After a year since his last appearance, Jiu-Jitsu’s International Man of Mystery updates us on his life. We talk traveling, what makes a seminar successful and near death experiences with Somalian drug lords and Mexican Mafiosos!  Full show notes below!  SHOW NOTES: Traveling frequently Advice for Ryan living in Sao Paulo, Brazil […]

LOLbua 139 – Årets Beste  

Jon Cato klarer ikke styre sitt hat for Årets beste-lister og eksploderer stadig vekk mens vi andre prøver  å oppsummere spillåret 2016. Hvilke spill husker du best fra 2016? Sammen med PC GAMER GOD Mats Rindahl Johansen prøver vi oss på en gjennomgang av de største spillene som ble gitt ut i år, noe som ikke ble veldig enkelt på grunn av gjentatte sabotasjeangrep fra Mr. Grumpy. Gå til www.lolbua.no lenker til musikken vi spiller og mer info.

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LOLbua 139 - Årets Beste Podcast  

Jon Cato klarer ikke styre sitt hat for Årets beste-lister og eksploderer stadig vekk mens vi andre prøver å oppsummere spillåret 2016. Hvilke spill husker du best fra 2016? Sammen med PC GAMER GOD … Les mer →

Assad Hails 'Historic Aleppo Liberation'  

President Assad declares a historic moment in Syria as the last civilians and fighters leave the rebel enclave in Aleppo. Charles Lister of the Middle East Institute analyses where this leaves Syria's civil war. Also on the programme euthanasia in Belgium and the EU's Galileo satellite system goes live. (Picture: A Syrian man cries during an evacuation operation of rebel fighters and their families from rebel-held neighbourhoods on December 15, 2016 in the embattled city of Aleppo. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

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Klokker og Juleavslutning  

Denne uken i Ukentlig: Juleavslutning, drama, kontrovers, lister, allsang og masse moro impro.  

Checkhæftets død og en japansk smagsdommer (2)  

Checkhæftet dør ved udgangen af 2016, ca. 350 år gammel. Vi tegner et portræt. Og så skal vi høre om en japansk smagsdommer, der for over 1000 år siden lavede en bog fuld af lister, som fx. 'Situationer som du fornemmer ender skidt' og 'Ting, der er frustrerende og pinligt at være vidne til'.

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Hancock's Half Hour - Michelangelo Hancock (11-18-56)  


Michelangelo Hancock (Aired November 18, 1956)
Tony Hancock starred as an exaggerated version of his own character, a down-at-heel comedian living at the dilapidated 23 Railway Cuttings in East Cheam. Sid James played a criminally-inclined confidante who usually managed to con Hancock, while Bill Kerr appeared as Hancock's dim-witted Australian lodger. Moira Lister also appeared in the first series before being replaced by Andrée Melly for the next two, both playing love interests for Hancock's character. In the fourth and fifth series, Hattie Jacques played Griselda Pugh, live-in secretary to Hancock and occasional girlfriend of Sid James. The series broke from the variety tradition dominant in British radio comedy into the sitcom or Situation comedy genre. Instead of sketches, guest stars and musical interludes, humour developed from the characters and situations. Hancock's experiences were based in reality and observation. From the playlet "Look Back In Hunger" in The East Cheam Drama Festival episode, Galton and Simpson showed they were in touch with developments in the British theatre, the use of sighs and silent pauses in common with the work of Harold Pinter which began to emerge towards the end of the series' run. The measured pacing of these episodes were groundbreaking in the days of fast-talking Ted Ray, where every second of airtime had to be filled. With Galton and Simpson writing scripts prolifically, continuity was not priority, with details changed to suit the episode. The domestic situation varied, Hancock usually portrayed as unemployed or a hopeless, down-at-heel comedian.


S2 E16 - Battered Swan  

Dan and Tom are joined by pod regular Oly Lister to discuss all things Spurs, including Dan's meeting with Ledley King and the weekend dismantling of Swansea, including Dele Alli's blatant dive. Are we happy with this sort of thing, or didn't it matter in the long run? We discuss the form of Kane, Eriksen and Dembele, as well as the return of a familiar 4-2-3-1 formation. We discuss the midweek Europa League playoff with CSKA and the underwhelming Champions League campaign, and the effects it might have on the weekend showdown with Man United. Who is under more pressure in this game, and where does that leave us? Can we knock United out of Champions League contention? Why does Dan love Mourinho? Why is Oly so confident? Why can't Tom argue a simple point? Answers within. COYS.

Ep 102: ‘Gilmore Girls,’ ‘Hell Hath No Fury’ Turns 10, and The Weeknd’s ‘Starboy’ Re-up  

The Ringer’s Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald are back to discuss the blockbusterization of TV (1:55), ‘Gilmore Girls’ (2:33), and Andy’s recent brush with a Hollywood A-lister (18:30). They also discuss Clipse’s ‘Hell Hath No Fury’ album 10 years later (25:40) and the Weeknd’s new album,‘Starboy’ (36:35).

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Billen som sto opp fra de døde  

Den har hindret drenering av en kirkegård, den har ført til at et titalls avkuttete asketrær ikke er blitt hogd ned, og den er årsak til at insektstyver lister seg rundt på kirkegården i Tønsberg i skjul av nattens mulm og mørke. Reporter: Anne Synnevåg

Kampvalg i Ringkøbing Sogn og køkultur (1)  

Der er kampvalg i Ringkøbing Sogn. Kirkelisten er blevet udfordret af Sognelisten, som er utilfredse med, at menighedsrådet har revet en musikskole ned. Vi ringer til begge lister for at høre, hvem borgerne i Ringkøbing skal stemme på. Og så skal vi til USA, der i anledningen af præsidentvalget er fuld af lange køer. Vi spørger en antropolog, en cubaner, Legoland og modeglade danskere, hvad en god kø er.

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