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Psychedelic, down-tempo, lounge, electro-jazz... The radio show of Monsieur Segga. Chill-out time weekly to the hands of Dj & Producer based in the catalan Costa Brava. In this podcast you will find sounds of him and other artists. Follow @MonsieurSegga for Tracklist, Chillsets, News, Releases, Interviews, Links ... All about the World Chillout. Psychedelic, down-tempo, lounge, electro-jazz... The radio show of Monsieur Segga. The chill-out time weekly to the hands of Dj & Producer based in ...
 
Brian and Roger met at a support meeting for divorced men. Both are starting again. Both are finding it hard. One of them is nice. A brand new sitcom from Harry Peacock and Dan Skinner. Produced by Marc Haynes and Joel Morris. This podcast is a member of the Great Big Owl family. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Join Dave and Elise every week for a buggy-ride of cinematic exploration. A bilingual Montreal native and a Prairies hayseed gravitate to Toronto for the film culture, meet on OK Cupid, and spur on each other's movie-love, culminating in this podcast. Expect in-depth discussion of their old favourites (mostly studio-era Hollywood) and their latest frontiers (courtesy of the TIFF Cinematheque and various Toronto rep houses and festivals). The podcast will be comprised of several potentially n ...
 
A translation of 'Les Liaisons dangereuses' alternative title 'Dangerous Liasons' Everyone probably has Glenn Close and John Malkovich in mind, but for those who have not seen the movie, this epistolary fiction describes how a young girl, Cécile de Voanges, walks on the road to perdition, and is just a toy in the Vicomte de Valmont's and the Comtesse de Merteuil's hands. (Summary by Nadine)Readers:Narrator, Mme de Volanges: Nadine Eckert-BouletCécile de Volanges: SaabMarquise de Merteuil: Av ...
 
Who Is Mr Turner? Deejay, Audio Editor, Remixer & Ghost-Producer https://linktr.ee/petkoturner Also Known As: E-ROC, Electric Rock, Boscida Und Farcher, Ricardo, Luciano, Bob Gold, Ralf Hitter, Thomas Brucker, Cornelia Drexler, Peter Panner, Momist, Diskomiks, Kockica, Petko, DJ Petko, Petko Turner, Mr. Turner, ... and many more 2021 Audi Dome, BMW World, Corleone, Eklektik, Park Cafe, Bahnwärter Thiel, FM4, BBC, Disco Bizarre Beach, Sugar Mountain, Cassiopeia, Baia, Monte Baldo, Les Catacom ...
 
Twenty years ago, now, I attempted (but was not especially successful in the task) to establish upon the personal knowledge that my own residence as a pupil in the historical Pensionnat in the Rue d'Isabelle, at Bruxelles gave me of the facts of Charlotte Brontë's relationships to Monsieur and Madame Heger, right impressions about the experiences and emotions she underwent between 1842 and 1846, and that supply the key and clue to the right interpretation of her genius. Every opinion I then ...
 
A look into the life of a submissive woman in the BDSM lifestyle. These are actual events in O/our lives and hopefully you enjoy O/our ups and downs as much as W/we have. I have been in the BDSM lifestyle for 14 years total and almost 10 of those have been with Monsieur Beau who will make appearances occasionally. I was collared on the night we married, which was Halloween. You can follow my facebook page: @submissivesexcapadesOn instagram you can find me @submissivesexcapades
 
Its immortal opening lines, "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times..." set the stage for a sweeping narrative that combines drama, glory, honor, history, romance, brutality, sacrifice and resurrection. A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens is one of the most widely read and famous works of historical fiction in the English language. Dickens had recently launched his magazine All the Year Round in 1859. In the same year, he began featuring A Tale of Two Cities in 31 weekly ins ...
 
Victor Hugo's Les Misérables is a novel which tells the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean, his struggles and eventual redemption. It's hailed by many critics as not just Victor Hugo's finest work but also one of the best French novels of all time. Like most epic novels written in the 19th century, the storyline of Les Misérables spans through several decades beginning in the early 1800s and culminating in the 1832 June Rebellion in Paris. The events related to the lives of the central charact ...
 
The Perils of Pauline is one of the first damsel in distress serials. The story is complete with undaunted hero, courageous damsel, unscrupulous villains galore, and other worldly interest. Before getting married, Pauline wants to experience the world and have adventures. When her guardian dies and leaves her an estate in trust of his secretary, adventures suddenly become more hazardous. Pauline charters aeroplanes, meets untrustworthy pirates, braves dangerous China Town, flies in a hot air ...
 
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Film critic and deacon Steven Greydanus joins the show to discuss one of the best movies about a saint ever made, Monsieur Vincent. The film depicts St. Vincent de Paul's invention of the organized charity we take for granted today, and his struggle to stay personally close to the poor despite the practical need to court the favor of the rich to su…
 
In this MGM 1937 episode, we look at two star-studded historical romances about charismatic political leaders and their mistresses: Conquest (directed by Clarence Brown), with Charles Boyer's Napoleon Bonaparte and Greta Garbo's Marie Walewska, and Parnell (directed by John Stahl), with Clark Gable's Charles Stewart Parnell and Myrna Loy's Katharin…
 
With Warrington’s third place finish assured, the podcast asks the big questions. Were the ingredients of Sam’s pie at the Huddersfield game a metaphor for Wire’s performance? Will aliens soon be landing on Médecin Marvin Koukash? And why on earth did Rob, in Mr Smiths, pick a fight with Tony Tatupu? Plus, there’s a winner of Steve Price Bingo, a R…
 
Pesto! It's the flavor of summer, what could be better than fresh basil and garlic? In this episode of In the Kitchen with Mary Mac, we tell you how to make pesto and then give you a recipe for pesto chicken and pasta. Enjoy!Be sure to check us out online on Facebook and Instagram (@marymacbakehouse), Twitter (@marymacpodcast), and on our website, …
 
Our third Margaret Sullavan Acteurist Oeuvre-view episode features another odd juxtaposition: Next Time We Love (1936), a melodrama of ideas that pairs Sullavan with Jimmy Stewart for the first time; and The Moon's Our Home, a (flat) screwball comedy in which she co-stars with ex-husband Henry Fonda (1936). We do some deep reflecting on love, gende…
 
James and Thomas, with the help of filmmaker and critic Nathan Douglas, tackle Alain Cavalier's 1986 film Thérèse, an unconventional portrait of the beloved French saint known as the Little Flower. It gives them a chance to ask the question: What makes for a great saint movie? One of the great strengths of the film is actress Catherine Mouchet's am…
 
For our Paramount 1937 episode, we look at two movies starring Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray: Mitchell Leisen's comedy/melodrama Swing High, Swing Low and Wesley Ruggles' screwball comedy True Confession. Topics include our surprise at Leisen's go-for-broke portrayal of male abjection and MacMurray's risk-taking in Swing High, Swing Low; the qu…
 
Maple Jalapeños, what a tasty treat! No wonder they’re often called "Cowboy Candy." We give you 3 options in our podcast today, so whether you’re an experienced gardner/canner or just like to try new recipes, you’ll be able to make Maple Jalapeños. Enjoy!Be sure to check us out online on Facebook and Instagram (@marymacbakehouse), Twitter (@marymac…
 
Is it postponements or cancellations, and just how many tickets can you roll over? Yes, the podcast embraces yet another week of clusterfuck Super League. Dennis looks closely at essential job descriptions before offering alternatives, all whilst recording at 36,000 feet. Sam is kept all up all night after partaking in a Wakefield e-riddled preserv…
 
Our second Margaret Sullavan Acteurist Oeuvre-view entry delivers emotional whiplash as we move from King Vidor's Civil War drama So Red the Rose (1935), in which Sullavan plays a southern belle who's forced to mature when the world she knows collapses around her ears, to William Wyler's comedy The Good Fairy (1935), with a screenplay by Preston St…
 
Sharktank - Washed UpAnother Petko Turner Edithttps://hypeddit.com/track/mh9c1lThe Band from Vienna, AustriaKatrin Paucz, Marco Kleebauer, MILE XYWoke up and felt beat down and tiredDon't even know why I still tryOnce I had the life inside my eyesAnd now it's hard to see how fast time flies byPatience is a cheap male fragranceI spent a whole lotta …
 
It's remarkable that as recently as 1986, we had a hit movie, with A-list stars (Jeremy Irons, Robert De Niro) and an A-list composer (Ennio Morricone), that takes a nuanced look at a controversial historical subject, European Christian missionary activity. The Mission could not be made today. The Mission was written by Robert Bolt (A Man for All S…
 
In this episode we cover three films from the period of Jean Renoir's flirtation (or fornication?) with Communism: The Crime of Monsieur Lange (1936), The Lower Depths (1936), and La Marseillaise (1938). We discuss how Renoir's depiction of the French Revolution differs from the one familiar to the Anglo-American world, uncover the woman behind the…
 
Braciole is rolled stuffed steak cooked in marinara sauce. It's fairly simple but incredibly delicious, and in my opinion not much more work than making meatballs. Try this recipe with a side of your favorite pasta, I'm sure you'll enjoy it. #MaryMacSaysBe sure to check us out online on Facebook and Instagram (@marymacbakehouse), Twitter (@marymacp…
 
In this Studios Year by Year episode, we witness the changing of the guard at Universal in 1936, in which James Whale's Show Boat brings down the Laemmle Era, and Deanna Durbin's first feature, Three Smart Girls, ushers in the Bankers Era. We find good things to say about both, but we're not gonna lie, most of the episode is devoted to Edna Ferber/…
 
With the Olympics in full swing, the podcast puts together its best 10 Wire players to compete in a Decathlon. A refreshing change sees Sam frame his shitistics precisely, unlike the framework of his bay window. Dennis decides a gay anthem pop song fits perfectly to the beat of Warrington's new star George Williams, and Rob discovers just how many …
 
This week on the pod, we get started with our new Acteurist Oeuvre-View series: Margaret Sullavan. We were expecting solid entries from the selective Sullavan, but weren't fully prepared for John Stahl to match his Back Street achievement with Sullavan's screen debut, Only Yesterday (1933). We discuss its relationship to Opühls' Letter from an Unkn…
 
The podcast returns to yet another episode from Dekalog, the series of Polish short films inspired by the Ten Commandments. Part seven, based on the commandment "Thou shalt not steal", is about a young woman who kidnaps her own daughter. It asks the question: can you steal something that belongs to you? But it also asks: what happens when motherhoo…
 
This bundt cake has the texture of a cake doughnut and the perfect amount of maple syrup flavor. What more can we say, go make this cake!Be sure to check us out online on Facebook and Instagram (@marymacbakehouse), Twitter (@marymacpodcast), and on our website, www.marymacpodcast.com! You can also find our mixes in person at Standing Chimney in New…
 
Turkish rock singer, song writer and tv host (b. 2 January 1943, Istanbul - d. 1 February 1999). His mother Rikkat Uyanık was a famous Turkish singer in the 40s. Living in Paris during the 60s, he started a band Les Mistigris. Considered one of the most influential pop artists of Turkey. Founder member of the band Kurtalan Ekspres. Barış Manço died…
 
RKO, 1936: Anne Shirley and Katharine Hepburn have father trouble. In Make Way for a Lady (directed by David Burton), Shirley gets hysterical at the thought of indulgent 20th century dad Herbert Marshall developing a sex life; while in A Woman Rebels (directed by Mark Sandrich), Hepburn blames stern Victorian dad Donald Crisp for her sexual aberran…
 
A Quiet Place Part II is a more straightforward horror film than its predecessor, with less emotional weight, but it delivers on well-executed suspense and action while faithfully carrying forward the first film's themes of themes of family and self-sacrifice. Thomas and James discuss the series' remarkable use of silence to enhance the dramatic we…
 
Dave's first Summer in France Special Subject is devoted to two lesser-known Max Ophüls movies starring Edwige Feuillère that were made just before the Nazis occupied France and Ophüls fled to Hollywood, Sans lendemain (1939) and De Mayerling à Sarajevo (1940). We consider the two films in light of those dire circumstances and Ophüls' oeuvre, argui…
 
Eggplant Rollatini! Summertime is the best time to make this delicious dish that combines fried eggplant, prosciutto and a blend of cheeses. Try our recipe, you’ll love it!Be sure to check us out online on Facebook and Instagram (@marymacbakehouse), Twitter (@marymacpodcast), and on our website, www.marymacpodcast.com! You can also find our mixes i…
 
What would Brian Bevan say returns, but has a long absence, a stint in the jungle and the Euro's left the podcasters with match day amnesia? Sam brings his plagiarised shitistics on George Williams, Rob a pound or two heavier reads a lockdown letter serving up french porridge. And move over Gareth Southgate, as Dennis gives his own uninspiring Gran…
 
Clara Bow gets a wonderful finale to her (unfortunately foreshortened) career in our final Acteurist Oeuvre-view episode devoted to her. Fox comes through with two excellent vehicles: Call Her Savage (1932), directed by John Francis Dillon and brilliantly shot by Lee Garmes, a delightfully lurid Pre-Code that nevertheless contains a critique of whi…
 
This month, Steve and Emma look at 70s political assassination thriller The Parallax View. While it underperformed in terms of box office, it has had a lasting effect and stands as a classic of the paranoid genre. Even if at times it does look like an episode of Dukes of Hazard. The brainwashing scene can be watched here. Tickets for Emma's play, N…
 
James and Thomas interview Sixtine Leon-Dufour, writer of the new Lourdes documentary, one of the best religious films in recent years. She discusses: Her background caring for the sick at Lourdes How she convinced the Lourdes authorities to give secular filmmakers unprecedented shooting access to this holy place How a documentary about a Marian pi…
 
Our studio this week is 20th Century Fox, the year is 1936; two fascinating movies of dubious historicity (in the details, at least) by the ever-reliable Henry King, possibly Fox's most characteristic director. First up, Ramona, a sympathetic depiction of North American settler colonialism from the perspective of Native Americans (unfortunately, as…
 
Summertime Sides! Take advantage of local fruit and produce this summer with these quick and easy recipes!Be sure to check us out online on Facebook and Instagram (@marymacbakehouse), Twitter (@marymacpodcast), and on our website, www.marymacpodcast.com! You can also find our mixes in person at Standing Chimney in New Galilee, PA and Steel City Cra…
 
A new documentary on Lourdes, originally released in France in 2019, is now in theaters in the US. It is intensely moving and one of the best religious films in recent years. Written by a Catholic who used to care for the sick at Lourdes, it is an inside look at the spiritual but also deeply human needs and aspirations that lead people to this plac…
 
In this episode from the Catholic Culture Podcast, Thomas is joined by Catholic filmmaker Nathan Douglas to discuss Walker Percy's first novel, The Moviegoer. They examine the malaise-ridden protagonist Binx Bolling's "search" for meaning, which he ultimately finds through responsibility: not the responsibility urged by respectable "values", but th…
 
Two more Tuttles for our penultimate Clara Bow episode, a couple of odd genre experiments: "musical romance" Love Among the Millionaires (1930) combines a star-crossed-lovers melodrama with comedy bits featuring vaudeville and future Broadway child star Mitzi Green and a lot of random songs; while No Limit (1931) offers gambling dens, stickup men, …
 
For Warner Bros., 1936, we take a look at two stage-to-film adaptations: Three Men on a Horse, a Warners-style farce about gangsters, discontented suburbanites, and the power of greeting card poetry, and The Petrified Forest, a drama by Pulitzer Prize-winner Robert E. Sherwood about gangsters, disillusioned novelists, and the allure of French poetr…
 
There are a few films on the Vatican film list James and Thomas haven't been looking forward to watching. Among them is Richard Attenborough's Gandhi, and our dread was due to the suspicion that this film, certainly negligible in its historical importance as a work of cinema, was included mainly because Vatican bureaucrats of a certain age are apt …
 
Peach Jam! Make it yourself with delicious ripe peaches in season and enjoy it throughout the year. We tell you how to make your own peach jam with only two ingredients. It’s delicious!Be sure to check us out online on Facebook and Instagram (@marymacbakehouse), Twitter (@marymacpodcast), and on our website, www.marymacpodcast.com! You can also fin…
 
Rational Youth - Le Meilleur Des MondesEdit By Monsieur Florzinho & Petko TurnerFree Dh Download Here: https://hypeddit.com/track/7akyi8Canadian synth pop / post-punk band influenced by Kraftwerk.Formed in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in1980 by Tracy Howe, former drummer for Montreal punk bands The Normals (later Heaven Seventeen) and synthesizer playe…
 
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