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Category Archives: Viktor Huliganov

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Still in Madrid Royal Gardens (Huliganov’s Madrid Experience #10/11)


Original YT playout date: 26 June 2008
Duration: 14:48

A continuation of the last film, this is part ten of eleven in this series of Madrid films. Here we have some plants that only grow in Spain and also some fine roses.
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Huliganov’s Venice Experience #5/5 – In St Marco’s Square


Original YT playout date: 22 June 2008
Duration: 18:30

This vies with one or two others for the title of personal favorite of my travel videos. You’ll see why.
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Royal Botanical Gardens, Madrid (Huliganov’s Madrid Experience #9/11)


Original YT playout date: 21 June 2008
Duration: 18:17

This is pretty much what it says on the tin. If you like plants, you’ll love this. The only problem is, not may people watch botanical videos unless Alan Titchmarsh or Charlie Dimmock are doing them. Still, in the end, I always remember what my chief in the old TV station said; “you don’t make television for yourself” – thankfully, this ain’t television, this is youtube, and my rule is simple: if I like something, I do it anyway!

So watch out, Alan and Charlie! Victor Huliganov may not be on the war path, but he’s certainly going up the garden path, and while his puns are pathological, at least they’re not pathetic. Mostly.
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Huliganov’s Venice Experience #4/5 – Day in Venice


Original YT playout date: 20 June 2008
Duration: 25:47

This was our full day in Venice, featuring quite a bit of time on canals and in the lagoon, as well as tremendous looks at the unique architecture and atmosphere of this classic location.

Fans of the Three Tenors are in for a big treat in the gallery section…
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Poetry Recital on Madrid Street (Huliganov’s Madrid Experience #8/11)


Original YT playout date: 14 June 2008
Duration: 21:11

A poetry recital in the street and a lot more in the eighth of the series on Madrid. Those of you who asked to hear more of the Julio Iglesias piece “Corazon, corazon” will be pleased here. If you want to buy your own copy you’ll find it on my astore. That’d only make me a couple of cents, and the only reason I mention it is that the piece is not easy to find, and quite a few of you have commented in earlier parts of this series that you want to get hold of the product.
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Dublin 1 Lisbon 0 (June Rant – Huliganov ft Paddy O Donahue)


Original YT playout date: 13 June 2008
Duration: 11:05

Here’s something that became topical again, commenting the initial rejection of the Lisbon Treaty – of course we all know what happened next – they were told they got that wrong and were told to vote again. In the mean time, they were told that their economy was ruined because of their vote, although of course it was about to go south because of the coing recession anyway, and they started to get scared and vote again.
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Huliganov’s Barcelona Experience #7/7 – Flight back from Barcelona


 

Original YT playout date: 10 June 2008
Duration: 9:46

The seventh and final part of the Barcelona series. This gives some stirring ariel views of the mountains in Europe from one of the Embrayers of LOT Polish Airlines
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Huliganov’s Venice Experience #3 – Russian Fun in Venice!


Original YT playout date: 8 June 2008
Duration: 9:41

It’s Venice in the night still, and we share the boat back with some interesting passengers who notice my filming them. They take pretend umbrage, but make jolly sure I’ve got their e-mail address anyway… Read the rest of this entry

Huliganov’s “Gynynymopedie No 1”


 

Original YT playout date: 8 June 2008
Duration: 3:18

The sad sounding staple is presented by Huliganov and a strong cup of coffee…
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Even more Flamenco! (Huliganov’s Madrid Experience #7)


Original YT playout date: 7 June 2008
Duration: 13:18

The flamenco night at Corral de la Pacheca continues. If you want flamenco, I got flamenco.
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