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Category Archives: With Another Person

A Warsaw Evening in the company of Mr Alan Heath


Original YT playout date: 8 June 2008
Duration: 39:51

It’s a pleasant Warsaw evening, just the ticket for a chat with another prolific youtuber, and Alan Heath (channel name “alanheath”) is one of Poland’s most prolific, and like me he is a non-Pole living here. He is also the provider of quite a few of the Viz letters, and so if you see the name Alan Heath in the letters page on Viz, yes, this is one and the same man!

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Huliganov does Actual Fluency


 

Here’s a video featuring me, audio only you’ll be glad to know, but not from my own Channel. Thanks to Kris Broholm for this.

There is a fuller interview that I do for the Actual Fluency Podcast in my David James voice, this was done as Huli, but unfortunately the technology failed. The stereo, if you have a stereo system, is actually really good, what there is of it.

Enjoy.

Later on today will be the Thursday Poll for this week, on a topical topic, there’s a tautology, this is just an extra post snuck in.

Talking the Moggy


Original YT playout date: 1 May 2008
Duration: 4:37

Australian fun continues as we get Lord Moggy’s first impressions of Poland. He had the opportunity to go out into the Polish countryside, see horses, storks and special Polish greyhounds.
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Walking the Moggy


Original YT playout date: 1 May 2008
Duration: 6:51

His Lordship finally arrived from Australia, so we went for a walk around the streets of Warsaw.
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Secret Love


Original playout date: 7 April 2008
Duration: 3:26

I once had one, but not any more. A nice romantic film here with pretty pictures of my wife blending in and out.
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Rogue Trader


Original playout date: 4 April 2008
Duration: 2:39

I received a private message saying it would be a good idea if I gave the sozzled street trader in the Tczew video a separate clip, so that he’d be seen by more than those few willing to watch through nearly a quarter of an hour film about some remote Polish town.
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Huli and Moggy deconstructing Rod Stewart


Original playout date: 30 March 2008
Duration: 29:10

Moggy (channel name was “lordmoggy” but he got banned) finally made it to Poland. Those of you who have been following the saga of his preparations on his channel might be wondering if he ever made it or not, but he did.

So here is an off-the-cuff Huliganov and Moggy collaboration made spontaneously on the back of today’s news that Rod Stewart is turning his back on the UK for LA.

Joe Becker also gets an honorable mention (that’s “Polish Joe” or “”Johio”” for the listeners of playradiouk.com)
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Tczew (1 of 2)


Original playout date: 29 March 2008
Duration: 14:59

I like Tczew, it’s the old German city of Dirschau, mention in Gunter Grass’s Tin Drum. I have spent quite a few nice times there.

I wasn’t sure if people would like my portrayal style as in Grudziadz another Northern Polish town with a German background, I got a lot of flack, but actualy the likes are 30 on this with only 2 dislikes.

The GPS machine seems to be taking me on a right wild goose chase, into someone’s yard instead of the centre of the town. Those were not exactly the days of google maps and the precision we now have, and that’s bad enough at times.
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Huliganov’s Turkish Experience #11 – Fun with Fasil


Original playout date: 22 February 2008
Duration: 16:22

“Suyu gibi asiz ol!” This is another of my all time faves. With my good friends and colleagues from Istanbul. One of the evenings it would be so nice to go back and repeat.
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400th Video – My Valentine Card to Elena


Original playout date: 16 February 2008
Duration: 9:29

This was the 400th video on my channel and also the 2008 Valentines Day, so I made this composition from all our wedding photos. They were taken in fact by three different people but arranged in chronological order here.
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