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Tagged with “humour” (9)

  1. EP.97 - BOB MORTIMER & PAUL WHITEHOUSE

    Adam talks with British comedians Paul Whitehouse and Bob Mortimer about Bowie, television, fishing, Athletico Mince, Stavros, Loadsamoney and other randomness.

    Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Matt Lamont for additional editing, and Dan Hawkins for bass playing on the instrumental jingle at approx 43 mins (see link below for Dan’s excellent on-line bass player service)

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/adam-buxton/ep97-bob-mortimer-paul-whitehouse
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  2. Paul Fenwick | The World’s Worst Inventions

    Paul Fenwick takes us through a humorous journey of bad inventions from bygone eras. They are cautionary tales with a plea for inventors not to screw up. He talks about asthma cigarettes, cocaine toothache drops for children, the Tempest prognosticator, and blood fueled devices. In the world of bad inventions, toys take center stage, with Cabbage Patch Doll "snack-time kid" which grinds its plastic food into dust along with other unintended food.

    Paul Fenwick’s cautionary tale about bad inventions is a humorous talk on how things can go terribly wrong if inventors screw up because they didn’t carefully think their way through the development and marketing of new inventions. Paul discusses asthma cigarettes, cocaine toothache drops for children, the Tempest Prognosticator, the use of leeches, and blood fuel devices as examples of poorly thought out inventions.

    In the field of bad inventions, toys take center stage, as Paul explores Cabbage Patch "snack time kid" and the unintended consequences produced by this poorly thought out toy. Various forms of melty beads are looked at. Hear tales of the Atomic Energy Lab, which contained uranium ore and a comic book on how to split the atom.

    Non-toy inventions such as a fire alarm trap to catch pranksters, a fresh air breathing device in case of smoke, as well as the 20 million dollar "acoustic kitty", all terible inventions based on good ideas. He wraps up with his talk on terrible inventions with his own invention that helps people to be more productive while driving their cars.

    http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail4630.html

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  3. [Citation Needed] Podcast - Episode 05

    In the fifth episode of the [Citation Needed] Podcast, we examine the Powers and Abilities of Godzilla, take a behind the scenes looks at the editorial turmoil of the magazine Dog Fancy and pitch a new Bruce Lee movie, The Dragon Lives Again. Plus, Paul Sabourin of Paul and Storm stops by to discuss how it feels to have one of your songs mistaken for a Frank Zappa song.

    http://citationneeded.tumblr.com/post/5608024726/episode-05

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