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Huliganov’s Barcelona Experience #2 – “Ancient and Modern”


Original playout date: 3 April 2008
Duration: 9:36

We’re looking at the way architecture in Barcelona is a fusion of older and more modern elements. Maybe not exactly ancient, but quite older stuff next to things from more recent decades.
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Huliganov’s Barcelona Experience #2 – “Arrival in Barcelona”


Original playout date: 30 March 2008
Duration: 16:26

Flying over the Mediterranean to Barcelona airport. Unsually, the arrival video in this Barcelona series is the second not the first as I made an initial one, largely about smoking being for morons, in the first part of the travel there. It is interesting how travel to Barcelona from Warsaw took practically all day as there was no direct flight at that time.
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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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Uncle Davey Annoyed By Salesperson


Original playout date: 28 January 2008
Duration: 3:36

This is a film which got quite a reacion with quite a few people I know ironically starting to call me “Mr James” when this is obviously aimed at people you don’t know trying to call and sell you something.
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Aquarium in Krakow Radisson


Original playout date: 27 January 2008
Duration: 2:18

Here is a quick shorty showing the lovely tank at the Krakow Radisson, and revealing the biological timebomb already inherent in the set up.
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Andante, andante


Original playout date: 26 January 2008
Duration: 2:40

A further example of the wonderful concert we had in the Rialto, Katowice, on the occasion of the first year since our office opening in Katowice
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Mozart’s Andante from Piano Concerto in C# KV 467


Original playout date: 25 January 2008
Duration: 2:51

More from the concert in the Rialto, Katowice for the opening of Grupa Strategia’s office there.
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Unforgettable Gdansk


Original playout date: 25 January 2008
Duration: 12:22

Dedicated go my radio mate Joe Becker, who will start to feature shortly on this channel when the radio parts get going, here is a visit to Gdansk, where he lived while in Poland.
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Huliganov’s Canadian “Eh”xperience – part 5 – Montreal Nights


Original playout date: 17 December 2007
Duration: 18:25

Still in Montreal. The show hots up with jugglers and drag queens flouncing around one night and Nancy Hernandez live on the second night.
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Huli’s Canadian “Eh”xperience #4 – Montreality Show


Original playout date: 12 December 2007
Duration: 11:46

“In this part we move to Montreal. I go for a photographic tour round the city with my colleague from Turkey, Deniz, whom you may also remember from one of the films in the Hungarian series.

Features a lot of the sights from the old part of Montreal as wll as some of the skyscrapers in the newer part of the centre.”
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Huliganov’s Canadian “Eh”xperience – Part 3 – Canadian vineyards and Niagara-on-the-Lake


Original playout date: 6 December 2007
Duration: 6:10

Canada may not be noted as a wine producing nation, but there are some vineyards and here they are.
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Turek


Original playout date: 4 December 2007
Duration: 7:52

A little footage I took in Turek when I visited in the summer to help out my Maltese friend here, Robert, who was interested in a certain clothing factory. You see a little industrial photography here (I take a great deal of this but because of confidentiality it never ends up on youtube of course, but in this case it is absolutely non-sensitive.)

The highlight was the restaurant called Colosseum, worthy of a more populous catchment area than Turek.
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