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130,374.  It’s easy to make someone into a monster.  It’s hard to see that you’re on that path too.  (News & Television & Media & Monster)  Divide & Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes, Sky Atlantic 2019, Glenn Beck

 

130,375.  The Republican convention should have been this crowning moment for Roger.  But instead he was embroiled in chaos.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  woman

 

130,376.  Roger always knew the lowest common denominator in people.’  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  woman #2  

 

130,377.  We used to call it riling up the crazies.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  Fox dude  

 

130,390.  A sexual harassment case against popular cable TV host Bill O’Reilly.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  news commentary

 

130,391.  Gretchen Carlson: Fox News Boss Roger Ailes Fired Me For Refusing Sex With Him.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  online news headline      

 

130,392.  14 more women came forward and said, What about me?  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.

 

130,393.  O’Reilly Settled Harassment Claim in January for $32.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  CNN banner

 

130,394.  Mudoch Dismissed Fox Scandals: ‘It’s All Nonsense.’  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  CNN banner

 

130,395.  Since 2004, sexual harassment at 21st Century Fox has led to payouts of more than $163 million.  Settlements require silence.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  CNN banner, caption

 

130,396.  Roger Ailes, Founder of Fox News Channel, Dead at Age 77.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  Fox News banner

 

 

130,607.  They were something completely different.  As unexpected as the Spanish Inquisition to the ripping up of the rule book of television comedy, and creating a surreal and very very world of silly walks, dead parrots, fish slapping, cross-dressing lumberjacks, pepper pots, gumbies and a whole host of other sketches.  No, we will be saying more.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon)  Python at 50: Silly Talks & Holy Grails, BBC 2019

 

130,608.  We gorge on the best of the behind the scenes.  her sketches.  No, we will be saying more.   (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon)  ibid.

 

130,609.  The peak of their power and that many including John Cleese have called their masterpiece – In 1979 there are on location in Tunisia for  The Life of Brian … fun times.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon)  ibid.

 

130,610.  Michael is I think probally the funniest really … spells of … a creative genius … he just creates material.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon)  ibid.

 

130,611.  The famous titles: designed by the group’s lone America author – Tony Gilliam.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon)  ibid.

 

130,612.  ‘We’re not about the allow this sort of smut to be shown on screen.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.  cartoon of head between legs

    

130,613.  ‘I think I had a mini nervous breakdown … I’ve got to get out.  I need space … A great deal of resentment …’  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.  John Cleese     

 

130,614.  Fawlty Tower: they surely deserve some credit.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.

 

130,615.  They still got on and worked well together … Monty Python & the Holy Grail.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.

 

130,616.  ‘It’s about a search for a Holy Grail which is large creature abit like a dodo with a beak.  And people are trying to find this Grail.  No.  It’s big let down.  The whole film is a great anti-climax.’  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.  Graham Chapman

 

130,617.  ‘Four pints of gin a day.’  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.  Chapman on Parkinson

 

130,618.  The Life of Brian: The film was banned in countries around the world.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.  

 

130,619.  ‘This is such a tenth rate film.’  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.  Malcolm Muggeridge, Parkinson    

 

130,620.  Their final film: The Meaning of Life … The best of Python and as challenging as ever.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.  

 

130,621.  The Meaning of Life ends with a visit from the grim reaper.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.  

 

130,622.  ‘The petty difference were forgotten.’  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.  Python on Chapman’s illness & death   

 

130,623.  We know the rhythm of all those sketches.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.  Pailn

 

130,624.  Lauded and acclaimed.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon & Censorship)  ibid.

 

 

130,754.  Edward’s heart was set on something that really broke the Royal mould: showbizz … A special charity edition of the bonkers TV show It’s a Knockout.  (Royal Family & Television)   Paxman on the Queen’s Children, Channel 5 2019

 

 

131,648.  Vladimir Putin is Russia’s biggest TV star.  TV is Putin’s way of speaking to his people … ‘We are a great power.  I believe in the end we will be victorious.’  (Putin & TV)  The World According to Putin, Channel 4 2019, Putin

 

131,649.  Welcome to Russian TV.  Most of which is state controlled.  (Putin & TV)  ibid.

 

131,650.  ‘Why under Barack Obama was their voodoo in the White House.’  (Putin & TV & Voodoo & Obama)  ibid.  Russian bird presenter

 

131,651.  ‘We’ll miss her [Theresa May] African dancing, and her deep cleavage.’  (Putin & TV)  ibid.  bloke presenter

 

131,652.  Crimea brought relations with the West to a new low.  (Putin & TV)  ibid.   

 

 

 

134,286.  Watching Dick Cavett – it was some of the most memorable times I remember on television – I remember watching Dick Cavett and Ali.  (Boxing & Television & Black Culture)  Reverend Al Sharpton, cited Ali & Cavett: The Tale of the Tapes, Sky 2020 *****  

 

 

134,510.  For fifty years BBC has been making programmes about British homes.  It’s gone mad with makeovers, it’s finessed our food, it’s directed our leisure time, and it’s planted ideas in our back gardens.  (Home & Television & 1960s & Cookery & Design & Food & Garden)  The Home that 2 Built s1e1: The Sixties, BBC 2020

 

134,511.  It was a decade of such extreme and rapid change … [BBC2] began with a range of how-to programmes that were reassuringly old-fashioned.  (Home & Television & 1960s & Cookery & Food & Garden)  ibid.   

 

134,512.  The basics of life: growing things, eating things, and having somewhere nice to live.  (Home & Television & 1960s & Design & Cookery & Food & Garden)  ibid.

 

134,513.  They began with cookery … ‘From all over the world comes a flood of raw materials’ … Now austerity was a thing of the past … [BBC2] set about making food programmes of various kinds, but their early offerings were as bland as boiled cabbage.  (Home & Television & 1960s & Cookery & Food)  ibid.

   

134,514.  ‘Hello and good evening and welcome to Know Your Onions.  Now, this is a programme about food, something we all have to have.  (Home & Television & 1960s & Cookery & Food)  ibid.

 

134,515.  Is is Ever too Late to Learn?  (Home & Television & 1960s & Cookery & Food)  ibid.

 

134,516.  Fanny Craddock was a professional food writer and cook whose avowed mission was to get rich women to up their game … In the mid-60s BBC hired her as their main food presenter.  (Home & Television & 1960s & Cookery & Food)  ibid.

 

134,517.  Fanny Craddock’s message to the housewives of Britain was powerful too: be modern, be bold, climb out of your rut and experiment.  With the advent of colour TV, viewers realised she brought those ambitions to her outfits as well: she was great television.  (Home & Television & 1960s & Cookery & Food)  ibid.

 

134,518.  People were sick of living in dreary homes.  They wanted a place that felt modern, clean and stylish.  (Home & Television & 1960s & Design)  ibid.

 

134,519.  Homeholders all over the land began to ‘do up’.  Older properties in particular started to get a face-lift.  (Home & Television & 1960s & Design)  ibid.

 

134,520.  1967: In Your Place: in its day it was a ground-breaker.  (Home & Television & 1960s & Design)  ibid.

 

134,521.  ‘The surface which I’m suggesting for the worktops, erm, is an asbestos sheet.  Now, it’s very hard.  It’s slightly more expensive.’  (Home & Television & 1960s & Design)  ibid.  home design visit

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