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Huliganov’s Turkish Experience #4 Night and Day by Bosphorus Bridge


Original playout date: 6 February 2008
Duration: 12:15

We see the meeting of Europe and Asia, Asia, Ecoutez-moi.

St Antoine Catholic Church. And we see raki turning to a milky colour. We see my colleagues enjoying a meal and more exploration of Ortakoy area.
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Huliganov’s 2nd North American Experience #14 Empire State Building


Original playout date: 3 February 2008
Duration: 10:40

A very nice visit to the Empire State Building containing a gallery of shots from the observation area.
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Huliganov’s 2nd North American Experience #13 Rockefeller Centre and St Patrick’s cathedral


Original playout date: 27 January 2008
Duration: 13:54

We pass the Waldorf Astoria, and see Park Avenue, we learn about the charging scheme for yellow cabs, and see some more iconic New York buildings.
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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 Russia #11/11 – Final Evening


Original playout date: 31 December 2007
Duration: 13:45

We kick off with a Russian breakfast with blinies and Barbus schwanenfeldtii and lateristriga.
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Huliganov’s 2nd North Experience #10 – Taxi Ride to Manhattan Island (purple language warning)


Original playout date: 29 December 2007
Duration: 12:14

This is a new york yellow cab driver, and I won’t identify him, probably couldn’t anyway. But he was very chatty, and it was interesting to listen to and keep for posterity some of the things he said.
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Huliganov’s Russia #9/11 – Hermitage


Original playout date: 22 December 2007
Duration: 12:14

Looking at the Big and Little Nevas, which I neva knew existed. After that looking at the Hermitage museum, one of the largest and finest collections on the planet.
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Windows on Warsaw


Original playout date: 21 December 2007
Duration: 9:59

“I think you’ll quite like this concept. All of these clips were taken before, during or after actual business meetings I had in Warsaw in the late Summer of 2007. I discovered it’s quite remarkable how many people in business actually take an interest in digital photography and video. Read the rest of this entry

Minsk, Belarus


Original playout date: 17 December 2007
Duration: 2:57

In 2004, Belarus, in one of its first Eurovision appearences, decided to sing in English, but I defy anyone to understand any sentient message in the entire performance. Quiet a catchy tune, though. It didn’t make it to the final and in fact Belarus rarley do, although one of their boys has won it for Norway. They have more luck with the Children’s ESC.
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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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Huliganov’s Russia #8 – the Bronze Horseman


Original playout date: 5 December 2007
Duration: 13:01

“The Bronze Horseman is the main theme here – both footage of the famous statue and a recitation of the prologue to the famous poem by Pushkin inspired by the statue.

Lovers of the vintage Huli style will find something for themselves here, as will lovers of Billy Joel…
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