Original playout date: 20 August 2007
Lovely to remember the time my parents and I were enjoying Flammkuchen or tartes flambees together in lovely scenery in France. Contains a nice gallery section for the photos taken that day. I remember how that day the temperature down in the lowland was about 5 degrees hotter than up in the crests.
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Original playout date: 18 August 2007
We’re out on the terrace again, one of my favorite places to be, this time the Fuji is doing the filming even though I am on the computer and usually use the Logitech webcam in the computer for singing to. But I always used to keep on experimenting with new methods. But the reason is that this time I am playing the chords and singing to at the same time. This is because I didn’t like any of the available backing tracks I could find for this one.
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Original playout date: 17 August 2007
Despite being in a prison cell with screaming in the cell next door, Huli manages to sing along with Aled Jones’s (NB not Alex Jones, his version of this isn’t known) rendition of Handel’s Silent Worship, also known by it’s first line of “Did you not hear my lady?”
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Original playout date: 16 August 2007
I did only one with this spoof character, which was invented to troll out my Ozzie friend Graham Rose, who called himself “Lord Moggy” who started out as a viewer of the channel, who ended up coming over to Poland and working with us for about fifteen months.
Lord Brucey is of course hanging upside down as an Australian spoof figure. He reads Samuel Coleridge’s “Xanadu” and then sings the song based on that poem by Olivia Newton-John and the wonderful Electric Light Orchestra.
I always intended to do a bit of him again, but never got afround to it. That having been said, I still do have that hat…
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Original playout date: 14 August 2007
Sophie is just lipsynching mainly to this one, but it is a great fun musical muckaround anyhow, and one that seems to have been watched and appreciated a surprising amount, see the stats below.
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