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With Host Terry Knott.
This weeks show set list:
Roger Daltry And Wilco Johnson-Keep it to myself. Lisa Marie Presley-Lights out. Lisa Mills-Tennesse tears. Mark Knopfler-Darling Pretty. Nazareth-Vigalante man. Muddy Waters-King bee. Terry Knott-King bee. The Rolling Stones-Igot the blues. The Faces-Skewiff (Water down the drain)/Too bad. Doyle Bramhall-I can see clearly. Terry Knott-I can see clearly. Mark Kerr-Woman with no shame.
This weeks episode has a Mel Brooks link and was requested by recent guest Richard Simpson. He wanted us to cover Young Frankenstein and Blazing Saddles. So consider this a huge Candygram for you Mongos… Wait…
F1 Debrief is back, revamped and ready to face a brand new Formula One season. On this show, we discuss personnel changes, all the money pouring into Grove and the Brazilian succession plan. With just one topic on the agenda, we go in-depth at Williams, weighing up the many pros and fewer cons of life at the Oxford team.
See more on F1 Debrief - Williams have bagged them all
Daniel talks us through how to link up Webmaster Tools with your Google Analytics to get better insights into the organic search phrases visitors are using to find your content. Ciaran talks us through Google Tag Manager and how to use it to more efficiently manage all your pieces of tracking code, which is specially useful for Wordpress sites. We also introduce you to the Google Tag Assistant Chrome plugin to check you have your tags and code set up correctly.
Google Tag Manager
Google Tag Assistant
Gary Hedges joins us for our second Dirty Pair podcast, this time talking about the Dirty Pair film, Project Eden. Plus, Beck continues in the Weekly Retro Recap slot and we play a game of “The Bullshit Table of Elements”.
We all procrastinate, putting off more difficult tasks for easier ones. This habit can be hard to break, and even disastrous in business.
This week we speak to author Robert Kelsey about his new book Get Things Done in which he takes a psychological approach to helping us become more productive. We ask Robert about his take on becoming more productive and what we should do to break old habits that are holding us back.
So sit back and listen if you want to Get Things Done.
Electric Sheep podcast: Terry Gilliam and Ted Kotcheff, The Fright Theorem
Alex Fitch talks to Ted Kotcheff, the director of a ‘lost' cult classic – Wake in Fright (1971) – and to Terry Gilliam, director of another cult title in the making, The Zero Theorum (2014). Fitch and Kotcheff discuss how Wake was recovered by its editor, how it depicts issues of masculinity in crisis and has an unreliable narrator. Gilliam, in an extract from the London Film Festival Q and A, talks about how his new film responds to issues of NSA spying, continues his strand of casting actors against type, and represents a ‘full fat' viewing experience!
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Links: Wikipedia pages on Wake in Fright and The Zero Theorem
Electric Sheep Magazine reviews of Wake in Fright and The Zero Theorem
Official Wake in Fright and The Zero Theorem websites
Mystery Science Theatre 3000 at SCI-FI-LONDON
The MST3K all nighter is a regular attraction of SCI-FI-LONDON (The London International Science Fiction and Fantastic Film Festival), and this year the festival would like to bring along two of the actors from the series to ‘riff' in person at the film screenings. Dr. Forrester and Frank's appearance will hopefully be funded by an indiegog campaign where you can also purchase a signed Cinematic Titanic DVD by the duo.
This year's Web Artist Swap Project is in full swing with the likes of Rebecca Burgess, Richy K. Chandler, Francesca Dare, Zarina Liew, David O’Connell, Jade Sarson, Nicola Streeten, Paul Shinn and many more taking turns in drawing each others' webcomics.
Find out more by going to www.tempolush.com/wasp
British Comics Month at Gosh!
Special events celebrating British Comics are taking place throughout March at Gosh! Comics in Soho, London. These include:
Selfmade Hero Spring Party, featuring ILYA, Mark Stafford, and Reinhard Kleist, Friday, the 7th of March, from 7pm to 9pm. Also, from the 3rd through to the 9th of March, customers will be able to get 25% off all Selfmade Hero books!
Great Beast Comics Spring Party, featuring Adam Cadwell, Marc Ellerby, Robert Ball, Warwick Johnson-Cadwell, Dan Berry, John Riordan, Dan Cox, John Cei Douglas, and Isabel Greenberg. Friday, the 14th of March, from 7pm to 9pm.
LUKE PEARSON’S HILDA AND THE BLACK HOUND SIGNING & LAUNCH DAY, Saturday, the 15th of March, with the all-ages signing running from 2pm to 3pm and the launch party running, as per usual, from 7pm to 9pm. From the 10th through to the 16th of March, customers will be able to get 25% off all NoBrow and Flying Eye books!
BLANK SLATE TALK at Process, the monthly event where working and aspiring comics artists and writers get together and talk about their work process. As part of British Comics Month, March is Blank Slate themed affair, with Darryl Cunningham, Joe Decie and Lizz Lunney all talking about their own comics-making methods, chaired by Woodrow Phoenix. Friday, March 21st, and run from 7.30pm to 9pm. From the 17th through to the 23rd of March, customers will be able to get 25% off of all Blank Slate books!
HELLBOY DAY: Dark Horse is celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Mike Mignola’s creation and at Gosh!, they have all British Hellboy creators under one roof! Laurence Campbell, Duncan Fegredo, and Mick McMahon will be in to sign plus an exclusive print to come soon! Hellboy Day takes place on Saturday, March the 22nd, and the signing runs from 2pm to 3pm.
2000AD SIGNING: Dan Abnett, Tom Eglington, Simon Coleby, Simon Davis and Smudge will be here in sign PROG 1874 issue – billed as a jumping-on point for new readers! Wednesday, March 26th, and runs from 6pm to 7pm. From the 24th through to the 30th of March, customers will be able to get 25% off all Rebellion titles!
KATE EVANS’ BUMP LAUNCH PARTY: a book all about the ins-and-outs and gooey details of conception, pregnancy, and birthing. The launch party takes place on Friday, March 28th, and runs from 7pm to 9pm. There will be drinks!
ALAN MOORE and KEVIN O’NEILL SIGNING copies of Nemo: Roses Of Berlin, out from Knockabout. Due to the sheer volume of demand at this events, Alan and Kevin will only be able to sign four items per person, and only books in the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen series – that way, everyone has a chance to have a chat as well as getting their LOEG books signed! Look out for a special release on the day, too. The signing takes place on Saturday, March the 29th, and will be running from 2pm to 6pm. It is advised to get there early, as the queue tends grow to huge proportions and often has to be capped!
More info at www.goshlondon.com / Gosh! Comics, 1 Berwick Street, London W1F 0DR
Chris Reardon's Talk Show.
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Things I've got up to whilst djing.
Self promotion and people that tell you "how good they are".
Kevin, Irving, Mike
James gets mugged in Salford.
Fantastic that Ronan has a job.
A good deed is rewarded.
Trouble with the throat again.
"Vote for me". I don't think so.
Where's my headphones ?
Locking wheel nuts.
Letter from the BT pension people.
Shania does her mocks.
This week on The Bugcast: We celebrate 6 years of podcasting, we talk lions and children, and Dave's new car. All this, and 8 great tracks of Creative Commons music!
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The next show will be episode 305, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 14 March 2014 from 21:00 (ish) UK time (UTC).
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Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes. Handel Vs. Villa-Lobos. On today's show Richard talks about Handel singing with the winner of The Handel Singing Competition Rupert Charlesworth and soprano Lorena Paz Nieto talks about Brazilian composer Villa-Lobos.
Originally broadcast on 6th March 2014
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This week on the JT Movie Podcast we've filled a few gaps. First there's a controversial discussion regarding ‘overrated' movies, with a lot of favourites being given a dressing down… Then, a review of enjoyable aviation action bollocks Non-Stop. Wrongs are righted as unseen classics Reservoir Dogs and Million Dollar Baby are reviewed by Jones and Taylorson respectively. Next it's back into the world of 1970s disaster with The Cassandra Crossing. But THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to the 1941 all-time classic Citizen Kane. So, drop a snow globe, die, hit a man with a sledge, run a newspaper, strive for political office, blow that, retire to your weirdo's paradise with monkeys and everything, die, then fail to discover the mystery object in a huge room alongside The Ark of the Covenant before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 39, NOW!
Back to business this week, as Phil, Becca and Glenn spotlight the wonderment (and by wonderment, I of course mean weirdness and horror) that is TERRAHAWKS, as Anderson month continues!
We also take a look at the new Transformers 4 trailer, and report on all of the other news that comes forth from our favourite franchises this week!
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In this Episode I head off piste from online markting and I chat to Jennie Harland Khan, Founder of Irresistible Living from her West Sussex pad.
Jennie has an amazing outlook on life and has a gift of helping her clients create an irresistible life and an irresistible business.
Tune in to find out the secrets that Jennie reveals.