Those spiffing chappies from Rissington, John Oxton and Jon Hicks, have a chat with the BBC about their podcast.
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The Texpattern appreciation episode or, if you prefer, the diss Paul Boag episode.
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Stupidly, we recorded this one when we were both knackered, and it shows. It’s the longest we’ve done yet, and we’ve had to edit it to within an inch of it’s life to make it vaguely listenable! Anyway, for better or for worse, here’s episode 20!
Housekeeping! Mark Boulton’s Designing for the Web, the best book we’ve seen in a long time. It’s a triumph! We’re moving away from the RAF base at Rissington to the cute Cotswold town of Burford The lovely folks at Sitepoint have given us 5 copies of Ian Lloyds “How to build your first website the right way using HTML and CSS” to give away. We also endorse this book. Email us by March 28th with suggestions for a new name for the podcast! Links! Simon Clayson’s IE6 filtering technique as used on this site. The Tweed Run mentioned by Mr Dennis Places to visit near Moreton-in-the-Marsh Batsford Arboretum, Wellington Aviation Museum and Stow on the Wold Dude a day, which one are you? Butter Label The RYDA Bear Beep! Beep! It’s Chav Pingu Cheeky Monkey was also mentioned Jason Santa Maria’s Recommended Books Mister Nice Hands Robin Reliant made into raft
Bob Edwards interviews filmmakers Paul Thomas and Matt Harlock who honor comedian Bill Hicks in their documentary film, "American: The Bill Hicks Story."
By age 15, Bill Hicks already knew he would spend his life as a stand up comedian. Less than 20 years later, he would pass away of cancer, but in the interim Bill Hicks made his name as one of the boldest and most original comics of all time. Known as a "comedian’s comedian," no topic was too close or too weighty for Hicks to tackle: his own family, America, religion and eventually consciousness itself.