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This is A British TV Documentary Entitled Teenage Tourette's Camp. I plan on posting the whole thing in multiple parts. You can see part 1 here: ***********/watch?v=TDeRYVWDDMo Tourettes Association *******www.tsa-usa****/ Jen, one of the Tourettes teens in the video can be visited at her youtube channel angelvoice222: ***********/user/angelvoic... and recently did a commentary vid about the documentary and comments made to a clip of the docu elsewhere on youtube: ***********/watch?v=RmrvNg... Internet Movie Database (IMDB) Page ***********/title/tt1068782/ MiniNova**** describes the doc as: DOCUMENTARY: Teenage Tourettes Camp Channel: ITV2 Date: Friday 6th January 2006 Time: 21:00 to 22:30 (Already shown) Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes. Details: Timothy Spall narrates a documentary following five young people with Tourette syndrome as they spend a week in a US summer camp with other young people who share their behaviour, which is characterised by involuntary movements and noises. Campers are encouraged to explore their syndrome through a variety of activities, rather than suppress it as society often demands. What are the challenges of living with Tourettes, and will the teenagers leave better equipped to deal with their condition? Ripped from UK digital TV (freeview) *******www.mininova****/tor/193485 Category: Education Tags: Tourettes Teenage Tourettes Camp Documentary Full
31 Dec 2009
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Hot sexy stylish and sensual dusky babe. Yes guys the words well describe another than Bollywoodd bong babe, Bipasha Basu. Bips has made her mark in the glam industry with chic and stylish roles. She started modeling when was 16 and till now she is carrying forward pose and modest image in her classy photo shoots. In the Bazar photo shoot she has donned an international look. She has worn classy evening gowns or sizzling in a short black dress. The diva in look her best with the intentions of making the guys drool over her. She has opened up about her relationship with John and discussed her style statement and her love for handbags. There are reports of her hosting a British TV show but she wants to wait to make any announcements till the news gets confirmed. But looking at these classy pictures we are so sure the Indian hottie will have the Hollywood doors open for her.
15 Feb 2010
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Bill Nighy (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest, Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End) was tapped to play Leonard Saber. You have a choice in trying to describe what G-FORCE is. You either go into a very long explanation which gets very technical, and they are more mystified. Or you say Im in a guinea pig movie, which is the quick way. Then, of course, they think youre going to be a guinea pig, or the voice of a guinea pig, and I have to explain that no, in fact, I play an industrialist named Leonard Saber whos bent on world domination. Then it becomes clearer. BILL NIGHY (Leonard Saber) was born in Caterham, Surrey, in 1949 and trained for the stage at the Guildford School of Acting. He made his professional stage debut at Newburys Watermill Theatre and subsequently gained experience at regional theaters like the Edinburgh Traverse, the Chester Gateway and the Liverpool Everyman. It was in Liverpool that he formed a touring theater company with Julie Walters and Peter Postlewaite, which played at a variety of venues. He made his first appearance in London in Comings and Goings at the Hampstead Theatre in November 1978. Nighys long association with the work of David Hare began in the early 1980s when he was cast in Dreams of Leaving, a BBC film written and directed by Sir David. They next worked together on Map of the World, which Hare both wrote and staged at the National Theatre in London. When Hare was asked by Peter Hall, the Nationals artistic director, to form a company of actors, Nighy became a founding member of the ensemble that also included Anthony Hopkins. Hares first production for the new company was Pravda, a merciless satire on the British newspaper industry, which he co-wrote with Howard Brenton. Hopkins played the role of ruthless media tycoon Lambert Le Roux with Nighy cast as his equally unscrupulous associate. The two actors were again reunited for Hares production of Shakespeares King Lear with Nighy playing Edgar and Hopkins in the title role. A decade later, he starred in Hares Skylight, which won him a Barclays Theatre Award and which played very successfully for a season at the Vaudeville Theatre in the West End of London. Nighy has regularly appeared at the National Theatre in a succession of new plays by leading British writers. In 1993, he starred as an ambitious academic in Tom Stoppards Arcadia in a production by Trevor Nunn. Seven years later he won enormous critical acclaim for his performance as psychiatrist Dr. Robert Smith in Blue/Orange, written by Joe Penhall and directed by Roger Michell. It was a performance that also brought him a Best Actor nomination in the prestigious Olivier Awards. Other theater credits include two revivals of plays by Harold Pinter: Betrayal at the Almeida Theatre and A Kind of Alaska at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre. Nighy was also seen as Trigorin in a National Theatre production of Chekhovs The Seagull opposite Judi Dench as Arkadina. Nighy had previously worked with Dame Judi on Absolute Hell (BBC), and they were reunited for the critically acclaimed 2007 feature film Notes on a Scandal, also starring Cate Blanchett and directed by Richard Eyre. In 2007, Nighy starred on Broadway to exuberant critical acclaim in David Hares The Vertical Hour, starring alongside Julianne Moore. Nighys long list of television credits includes virtually every major drama series on British TV, but it was his work on The Mens Room (BBC) in 1991 that brought him particular attention. More recently, he won a BAFTA Best Actor Award and a Royal Television Society Best Actor Award for his performance as a newspaper editor in the series State of Play, and he has starred in two television films for writer/director Stephen Poliakoff in The Lost Prince, for which he won a Golden Satellite Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, and the critically acclaimed Gideons Daughter. Nighys portrayal of Lawrence, a middle-aged Treasury official rejuvenated by love in The Girl in the Café, won him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a miniseries and widespread praise from critics. *******
4 Mar 2010
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Lesley Anne Down guest stars in the classic British TV cop show "The Sweeney" (episode 'Chalk and Cheese'), with John Thaw and Dennis Waterman as detectives Regan and Carter. *Regan greets her villain boyfriend with the classic line: 'Get yer trousers on.'
8 Jun 2010
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This advert has been searched and searched for by myself for many years and now, here it is! It was on British TV (ITV) during the hours of childrens' programming and I'm sure it was banned at one point, just for the sheer horror of it! What's so bad about it? Download it, see for yourself...I had many a nightmare from it! This is taken from an old VHS taping so the quality isn't superb but it's watchable. Enjoy!
17 Jun 2010
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Movie Trailers An on-air battle of wits ensues when former President Richard Nixon selects British TV personality David Frost for an exclusive post-Watergate interview. Based on the play by Peter Morgan.
17 Jun 2010
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An extended scene from the British TV Show "Being Human". Very funny actually! :D Enjoy!! I do not own anything!
5 Jul 2010
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Clips of Sienna Miller as fiesty teenager Stacey in the second season (2002) of the British TV mini-soap "Bedtime". The show is set in the bedrooms of adjoining houses, in an ordinary street, in an ordinary London suburb, focusing on three contrasting couples during the last half hour of their day. Sienna's segment is about a widowed father (Alun Armstrong) trying to balance his relationships with his teenage son and new girlfriend.
16 Sep 2010
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Echo and the Bunnymen perform The Killing Moon on the British TV Show "The Tube" in December 1984. Visit *******www.villiersterrace**** for more Bunnymen goodness.
26 Jun 2011
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This is from the early 80's British tv show "The Young Ones", one of the most amazing comedies produced by the BBC in it's day. It had everything: punk rockers, anarchists, talking rodents, oil deposits in the basement, Fat Dracula, hippies, explosions, and of course....Motorhead! If you don't know this show, go on Amazon**** and buy the DVD box set. I promise, you won't regret it.
15 Sep 2011
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Look closely, not one tear leaves her eyes! "Hollie Steel: Her tantrummy fit would have put Judy Garland to shame" Daily Mail comment on the tantrum *******www.dailymail******/tvshowbiz/article-1189960 10 year old Hollie Steel forgetting the lyrics and throwing a tantrum LIVE on British TV, Hollie's meltdown came one minute into her performance of the classic Edelweiss from The Sound of Music. She broke down watched by a live TV audience of millions. Presenters Ant and Dec rushed to comfort her, followed by mum Nina, 37, and judge Amanda Holden.
1 Nov 2011
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CLANNAD-were signed up to RCA Records when they were approached and asked if they would be interested in doing a song for a fictional drama on british TV depicting the troubles in Northern Ireland. Clannad got together and wrote the now-Legendary song "Theme from Harry's Game" entering the british charts at number 5 it remains the only hit single in the uk ever to be sung entirely in Gaelic
27 Dec 2011
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Susan Boyle is shown receiving her Triple Platinum Album award from Piers Morgan on The Susan Boyle Story . I Dreamed a Dream was screened on British TV on Sunday 13th December for the first time. It is an AMAZING documentary on the rise from obscurity to world stardom for the Scottish Singer Susan Boyle. The whole program is a totally uplifting, feel good story that is not to be missed. See more Susan Boyle Videos at her fan site here: *******www.susanboylehastalent****
5 Feb 2012
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Un official music video. HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD - BULLET. A fan made video to the Hollywood Undead song Bullet. J3t's kid at the end. From their new album American Tragedy. Some clips are from HOLLYOAKS a British TV show. They're a amazing and fun live band, go and see them if you haven't already. \m/ Lyrics My legs are dangling off the edge The bottom of a bottle is my only friend I think I'll slit my wrists again and I'm Gone, gone, gone, gone My legs are dangling off the edge A stomach full of pills didn't work again I'll put a bullet in my head and I'm Gone, gone, gone, gone (Charlie Scene) Gone too far yea I'm gone again It's gone on too long tell you how it ends I'm sitting on the edge with my two best friends One's a bottle of pills and one's a bottle of gin. I'm twenty stories up, yea up at the top I've polished off this bottle now it's pushin' me off Asphalt to me has never looked so soft I bet my momma found my letter now she's calling the cops I've gotta take this opportunity before I miss it 'Cause now I hear the sirens and they're off in the distance Believe me when I tell you that I've been persistent 'Cause I'm more scarred, more scarred then my wrist is I've been trying too long with too dull of a knife But tonight I made sure that I sharpened it twice I never bought a suit before in my life But when you go to meet God you know you wanna look nice (Chorus) So if I survive then I'll see you tomorrow Yea I'll see you tomorrow... My legs are dangling off the edge The bottom of a bottle is my only friend I think I'll slit my wrists again and I'm Gone, gone, gone, gone My legs are dangling off the edge A stomach full of pills didn't work again I'll put a bullet in my head and I'm Gone, gone, gone, gone (J3T) We hit the sky, there goes the light No more sun why's it always night When you can't sleep well you can't dream When you can't dream well what's life mean? We feel a little pity but don't empathize The old are getting old, watch a young man die A mother and her son and someone you know Smile at each other and realize you don't You don't know what happened to that kid you raised What happened to that father, who swore he'd stay I didn't know 'cause you didn't say Now momma feels guilt, yea momma feels pain When you were young you never thought you'd die Found that you could but too scared to try Looked in the mirror and you said goodbye Climbed to the roof to see you if could fly (Chorus) So if I survive then I'll see you tomorrow Yea, I'll see you tomorrow... My legs are dangling off the edge The bottom of a bottle is my only friend I think I'll slit my wrists again and I'm Gone, gone, gone, gone My legs are dangling off the edge A stomach full of pills didn't work again I'll put a bullet in my head and I'm Gone, gone, gone, gone (Child) I wish that I could fly Way up in the sky Like a bird so high Oh I might just try I wish that I could fly Way up in the sky Like a bird so high Oh I might just try Oh I might just try
23 Apr 2012
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Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden guest hosted "The Early Show," and discussed her career in British TV.
11 Sep 2012
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*I DON'T OWN ANYTHING* *NOT MINE* *first upload of this interview on youtube *read more for some juicy gossip of harry styles (; IT'S already known he has a thing for older women, but One Direction's Harry Styles failed to secure a date with an Australian journalist seven years his senior while in the country this week. Journalist Elle Halliwell, of The (Sydney) Sunday Telegraph, said that 18-year-old Styles asked for her phone number after she interviewed the British boy band this week. "I turned down Harry Styles, not because I didn't like the 18-year-old singer, but because I'm 25 and engaged to be married," Halliwell wrote in the newspaper. "I did notice during my Wednesday interview with the band that Styles was staring at me -- but I was surprised and flattered when a member of the publicity team rang me to ask if Harry could have my number. "I don't know whether Harry had noticed the diamond ring on my finger and chosen to ignore it or whether -- and this is more likely -- he's an 18-year-old boy who's not highly attuned to things like that. "Anyway, even if I were interested in a date with the latest pop sensation, my evening was already fixed with a strictly unchangeable appointment -- to try on wedding gowns." It's no secret Styles -- known as "the flirt" of the group -- has a thing for older women. He recently split with 32-year-old British TV host Caroline Flack, and was last week linked to 24-year-old Irish photographer Sarah-Louise Colivet. Last week a hapless radio station secretary who was asked out on a date by another of the pop superstars was forced to cancel after being deluged with threats and hate mail from the group's fanatical followers. Anna Crotti, 20, who works on the front desk at Sydney's Nova radio station, caught the attention of the boy band Wednesday morning when the lads arrived for a live interview. A member of the band's entourage got her phone number and gave it to Zayn. "We were communicating [via text] through the whole day pretty much [and Zayn] asked if I would like to catch up. I said I was free a bit later," Crotti said. It did not take long for fans to track down Crotti on Facebook and bombard her with intimidating messages. Crotti said, "By the end of the day it got a bit too scary. I didn't even want to walk home. It was so intense. "I messaged [Zayn] and said, 'Maybe it's not a good idea we meet up.' It was just a bit too full-on. I know it's just typical teenage girl stuff, but I don't understand it.
3 Oct 2012
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