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Monthly Archives: October 2019

Uncle Davey’s Herts Content S2 E13, London Zoo 2/3


Original YT playout date: 26 August 2008
Duration: 28:42

The second of three films, as I divided the footage taken into three parts. This part has hornbills and lemurs and quite a bit more.
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NTTBS 3rd August 2008


I can only remember about this one that I was having quite a lot of trouble uploading it, but it worked in the end.

Original YT playout date: 25 August 2008
Duration: 2:58:26

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1000 Subscriber Shout-Out Video


Original YT playout date: 24 August 2008
Duration: 1:05:10

This is precisely what it says on the tin. If I had time, let’s more optimistically say ‘when I have’, it might be interesting to see how many of these first thousand subscribers (which appeared for the first 25% of my videos uploaded, and right now I have around 6,400 subbers and love you all).
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Uncle Davey’s Herts Content S2 E12, London Zoo 1/3


Original YT playout date: 22 August 2008
Duration: 22:48

London Zoo is one of the first and foremost animal collections in the world, containing numerous important conservation projects in a pleasant environment with many structures listed as of architectural importance.
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James Whale Radio Show on Playradio UK, 29th July 2008


Original YT playout date: 22 August 2008
Duration: 3:52:44

Another great show by the granddaddy of all the UK talk radio hosts.
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Uncle Davey’s Herts Content S2 E11, Remix Party in the Park


Original YT playout date: 22 August 2008
Duration: 11:30

For the 11th video in the second series of Uncle Davey’s Herts content an abbreviated remix just as a reminder of the party in the park on July 20th with radio fans, which was also part of that holiday and falls at this point chronologically in the series. There is a separate film showing it in more detail.
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Uncle Davey’s Herts Content S2 E10, My Mother’s Garden


Original YT playout date: 20 August 2008
Duration: 13:28

This is a little cameo piece showing my mother’s garden and the facade of the house I grew up in. I consider it a privilege to have been born to sensible, loving parents and able to live in a nice environment. I only hope, with the UK going the way it is, that it stays that way for more children growing up. As it is, I see both positive and negative trends, with left-wing rule in our country threatening to reduce the glorious heritage into a drug fuelled mess observed by riot police and people in rooms with screens up the wall linked to CCTV on every corner.

On the other hand, if we are only able to assert our culture and our values, we shold be able to restore Britain to what it was, even with the people we have now in the country, and their very diverse backgrounds. If we look at the way we have re-emerged in the arena of sport, I think that we can do this in other areas also.

Sport has been able to function because there has been more by way of funding than by way of regulation.

The other reason is that in Sport the best are identifiable. Not everyone is a winner.

In a situation where 30% of A level students are presenting with A grades, and the universities have no way of telling who the genuinely deserving candidates are, our precious higher educational resources are not being allocated according to merit. Also the cutting of grants which was done under labour, not the conservatives, means that all in all a very average child with rich parents has a better chance of graduating a university in today’s Britain than an outstanding talent who happened to be born to a poorer family. This is not the way forward for our country.
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Everyone considers her the liar of the country…


“Twenty years of silence
Were bottled up inside her
She wasn’t holding nothing back
The media got it all
When Charlotte left the press room
Not a Johnsonite was standing
She said “This one’s for Brexit!”
As she watched the last one fall.”

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