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Category Archives: Me singing with introductions

In this section, before I sing the song, I speak some nonsense as a background to it.

Russian Lesson 102-16 – Basic Russian Grammar #16


Original YT playout date: 6 May 2008
Duration: 21:01

Verbs in -ovat’.
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Huliganov sings “Somewhere only we know”


Original YT playout date: 3 May 2018
Duration: 12:19

“The nutty Russian professor deconstructs the poesy of the famous Keane song and then murders it for good measure. Enjoy!

Just for a little humorous irony I placed the map marker for this one on the top of the statue of Eros in Piccadilly in London!”
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Down By The Sally Gardens with Paddy O ‘Donahue


Original YT playout date: 21 April 2008
Duration: 7:16

He’s back, so he is, after more than a year of non-featuring on this channel. Recently Paddy’s old vids received some enthusiastic feedback so I decided to revive the character. Hope you enjoy.
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St David’ Day Greetings from Russia!


Original playout date: 27 February 2008
Duration: 10:12

It’s that time again, St David’s Day is on March the first, and so Huliganov celebrates the Welsh people’s national day with a song in Welsh, just like last year, when he sand “Myfanwy” to a capacity crowd of his webcam.

Suo Gan is a fine Welsh lullaby, and one of the most broadly heard snatches of the Welsh language in the world, thanks to its appearance in Spielberg’s “Empire of the Sun”.
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“For All We Know” for all of you.


Original playout date: 19 December 2007
Duration: 2:49

The Carpenters’ Classic – with a new dedication, to all the community here in YouTube! Thanks to youtube we are getting to know each other in ways never before possible in online fora. Friendships and love, (for all we know!) that could last all our lives may grow more easily between the participants in this groundbreaking worldwide community.
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Wenceslas


Original playout date: 4 December 2007
Duration: 5:16

This is a video response to Kenbank and Drew’s Christmas duet. I missed taking part although invited as I was in Finland (series coming up) and I duet with myself doing different voices.
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Huliganov’s “All the time in the world”


Original playout date: 11 November 2007
Duration: 5:54

Introduced song – the Bond Song from the film “On her Majesty’s Secret Service”, sung by Huliganov.
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Huliganov’s “Never Let Her Slip Away”


Original playout date: 25 October 2007
Duration: 5:11

Huliganov asks any government persons watchng to justfy their high telephone expenses when they could be using Skype.
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RL 102-11 Basic Russian Grammar lesson 11


Original playout date: 24 October 2007
Duration: 12:48

We continue with Dative constructions, used much more in Russian than in Western European languages. Everyone in the room, says Huli, gets kicked into the dative case and nobody is the subject of the sentence, therefore they are impersonal, and in Russian that’s much more idiomatic.
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Huliganov’s “Downtown”


Original playout date: 29 September 2007
Duration: 4:29

This one is a mix of types of footage, Logicam and Fuji together, and a seamless overlay of Warsaw driving footage over the karaoke track done at my desk. This is a new experiment, like many of my films have been.
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Huliganov’s American Experience – 10/10


Original playout date: 29 September 2007
Duration: 9:26

We see the Chicago Bean and then Huliganov sums up with his talking head, asking if I managed to capture a slice of the real America in my series, and of course we close of with the song which has been the theme tune of the series, namely Glen Campbell’s “Gentle on my Mind”.
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Peter Paczek’s Advanced English Homophobes


Original playout date: 21 September 2007
Duration: 12:36

Peter Pączek gives us a second lesson on English homophobes, which is a major stumbling block for those struggling to “leorn wor English langwidge”.
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