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Hancock's Half Hour - The Blackboard Jungle (11-23-55)  


The Blackboard Jungle (Aired November 23, 1955)
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.


Orientering 2017-03-31  

I dag skulle Miljø- og Fødevare-minister Esben Lunde Larsen stå skoleret og svare på, om han havde løjet over for Folketinget og tilbageholdt væsentlig information. Et flertal udenom regeringen har gentagne gange bedt ministeren om at undersøge, hvilke muligheder der er for at forhinde, at fiskekvoterne havner på få hænder. Og indtil i går var ministeren kun kommet med to forslag. I det sydamerikanske land Venezuela udvikler kampen mellem den socialistiske regering og den borgerlige opposition sig. Og regeringen bliver nu beskyldt - både af oppositionen og af internationale ledere - for at have foretaget et "statskup". Landets højesteret, der er udpeget af præsidenten, har opløst det oppositionskontrollerede parlament. Højesteret siger, at parlamentet har gjort sig skyldig i lydighedsnægtelse og overtager direkte lovgivningsarbejdet.I sidste uge indkaldte Udenrigsministeriet den tyrkiske ambassade til en kammeratlig samtale. Årsagen var, at medierne i dagene op til mødet havde kunnet fortælle, hvordan nogle tyrkere i Danmark blev anmeldt af andre tyrkere, hvis de kritiserede Tyrkiet eller præsident Erdogan. Efter mødet udsendte Udenrigsministeriet en pressemeddelse med besked om, hvad den tyrkiske ambassade havde meddelt Danmark. Tyrkerne afviste, at de har et angiver-system. Man laver heller ikke lister over personer, der er i opposition til eller kritiske over for regeringen. I dag kigger vi til Sverige, hvor angiveriet tilsyneladende er sat i system. Erik Weir redigerer. www.dr.dk/orientering (Sendes også

Innkast, Reka og Eliteseriens største stjerner  

Fotballjournalist Sindre Øgar er på plass når Lars Lagerbäcks grusomme åpning radbrekkes. Kjetil Rekdals kommentering diskuteres. Vi ser inn mot Eliteserie-starten, lister opp profiler og har en lunsjdiskusjon om hvem man helst ville hatt på laget sitt av Norges helter fra 1998-seieren mot Brasil. Med Øyvind Brenne og Eirik Borud. Produsert av Magne Antonsen.

Jeg vil æde hele verden  

Hver nat lister Louise ned ad trappen for at spise. Om natten tæller det ikke. Ligesom slik ikke tæller. Hun kan så godt lide slik. Selvom det er mange år siden den daglige diæt bestod af et æble,
en gul gajol og en kop boullion, er gamle vaner og tankemønstre ikke sådan at slippe. Hun er jo stadig den samme person - den, der aldrig kan få nok. Optagelse, redigering, lyddesign og tilrettelæggelse: Maria Dønvang
Redaktør: Kim G. Hansen.

Bonderøven 2015 (14) 2017-03-15  

Sæson 15. I Kastaniegårdens planteskole høster Frank UFO squash til aftensmaden. Dernæst går rejsen til NordGen i Sverige,for at finde ud af, hvordan alverdens frøsorter bliver opbevaret, deriblandt Franks boghvedefrø. Hjemme igen bliver smedjens tag gjort klar med trælister, tagpap og grundmursplader, så taget kun mangler græstørvene.

NHLprat 14.03.16 - GI OSS LISTER OG TV-SHOW!!!  

Ulven og Bakke er tilbake med rykende fersk NHLprat der temaer avler temperatur og drømmer. Ukens tema: - TV-tilbudet under annonseringen av stallen til Vegas Golden Knights - Penguins-Jets ble en oppheter affære i forrige uke, vi tar debatten om oppførselen - Vi diskuterer tabellen og eventuelle drømmeoppgjør når sluttspillet starter om én måned

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Forfatter Stig Dalager. Fillon afhøring (1)  

Overfor mig denne ukristelige tidlige søndag morgen står en forfatter, som har forfattet mere end 50 titler, som har stukket sit intellekt ind i rigtig mange forskellige dele af livet, åndslivet, kulturlivet og det historiske liv og så har han også opnået, at staten har sagt: Vi tager os af dig. Godmorgen til Stig Dalager.

I de sidste 49 år har den sprøde herre ikke interesseret sig for politik, men det er slut. Med Frederikke Ingemann i hånden lister han sig ind på Det Franske Præsidentvalg, som i denne uge udmærker sig ved, at spidskandidaten Francois Fillon har erklæret, at retssystemet er ved at begå et politisk mord på ham som kandidat.

Raven and Blues 3 Mar 2017  

Jezebel Jack J Hutchinson's Boom Boom Brotherhood Set Your Heart For The Sun Work No More Sari Schorr A Force Of Nature Live Teed Up Live At Boadstairs Around Midnight Si Cranstoun Old School Within You, Without You Tedeschi Trucks Band Live From The Fox Oakland Better Man Sean Taylor Flood & Burn Bulletproof Bronwynne Brent Stardust What Is The Soul Of A Man Guy Tortora Bluesman In A Boneyard Back To The Wheel Mumbo Jumbo Sonic Gumbo 1970 Wille And The Bandits Steal You Know It's Only Love Jon Amor Blues Group Jon Amor Blues Group. Il Grande Mafioso Aynsley Lister Eyes Wide Open
KFCRadio: Oscars  

Kmarko and Kelly Keegs join the crew for an Oscars wrap-up. Scarlet Johansson's fantastic/disastrous hair, boring Jessica Biel, Ryan Gosling's fake marriage, Ben Affleck's fake face, A-lister Vince Vaughn, antisemitism, and the La La Land guys being way to excited to break news that they lost. After that, Feits takes us on a lovely trip to the Spice House and KFC takes his kid(s) to Disneyland.

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S2 E27 - Kane Reigns  

There's no Dan this week, but we have two podcast stalwarts in his place in Jack 'TehTrunk' Hussey from Rule the Roost and Oly Lister from behind the bike sheds. We start with the disappointing exit from Europe and the role Dele Alli's read card played in our downfall. How do we feel about that 'edge' to Alli's game? Was that the only reason for our European failure? And what do we do about our issues at Wembley? We move onto Stoke, and the glorious dismantlement of Mark Hughes' jobbers. We discuss the formation without Rose, but really the big talk is about Kane once again. He's the best, and we love him, and we hope this comes across. We close with some reasons to be cheerful. COYS.

Episode 6 - Keeping up med Innafor  

Vi kaster oss på Innafor-debatten, og lister opp våre topp 3 TV-serier.

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.


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