Yorkshire TV 1968 , made 122 documentaries including Whicker's New World
Series , Whicker in Europe , World of Whicker ; returned to BBC TV 1982 ;
programmes include : Whicker's World – The First Million Miles ! 1982 , Whicker's World ...
Author: Europa Publications
Category: Biographies, International
The coverage of this 63rd edition spans a wide range of occupations, from heads of state and major political figures to art and entertainment, education and law. It acknowledges merit and achievement on a global scale.
Publications: Some Rise by Sin 1949, Away-With Alan Whicker 1963, Best of
Everything 1980, Within Whicker's World (autobiog.) 1982, Whicker's Business
Travellers Guide 1983, Whicker's New World 1985, Whicker's World Down Under
... 75 Sylvania Waters, 55–56, 76 Trick onTwo, 76 United Productions, 77 Vox
Pop(1981–3), 74 War in theMiddle East (1970–4), 73 AWedding in the Family, 67
–71, 77 Whickers World, 73 White Lives, 61–64, 76 Wimpsto Warriors (1988–92),
Author: Maxine Baker
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Performing Arts
If you want to learn from the leading lights of today's revolution in documentary filmmaking Maxine Baker has written the guide you need to own. You'll discover the many different and innovative approaches to documentary form and style arising from the use of innovative new technology. A tribute to the mavericks of creativity, inside you will find interviews and advice from groundbreaking documentary makers from the UK, USA and Europe as well as extensive listings of useful worldwide contacts and organisations. Any and every fan of the documentary will experience anew the passion and wonder of the Factual Film. Published review: "This is a must-have insight into modern documentary; the principles that govern it and the conventions it often breaks. It deserves a place on the shelves of film commissioners, film students and documentary consumers as prominent as the place these documentary filmmakers have carved for themselves on our screens." - www.shootingpeople.org
Johnny Go Home Whickers World Down Under- In a Monastery Garden 5 Mifes
High in a Hot Air Balloon Linehamsof Fosdyke Charfton Brothers Guzman, Judge
Juez 58-9 Guzman, Patricio 54 -63 Haiti. Unfitted. 00:Qt:74 Filmographies.
Author: David A. Goldsmith
Category: Performing Arts
An essential new collection, The Documentary Makers brings together filmmakers from four corners of the globe to reveal the process and passion behind their work. Hailing from the USA, Denmark, Chile, the UK, India, Canada, China, and Cameroon, the 15 featured here have continued to both define and push the boundaries of the documentary tradition, and are undoubtedly among the most important filmmakers alive today. Their lessons and experience are presented in their own words, and are superbly illustrated with shots taken from their own films. In their universal preoccupation with "truth," each approach holds equal relevance for both the budding first-time filmmaker and the consummate professional.
Westbrook Avenue found in Kent, but it is quite a ways from Faversham. film of
Whicker plane—(PSC; "Whicker Island") This stock footage is "Whickers World" (
K1418) and “Coral Islands” (SKRP65) (WAC T12/1,426). First Juryman—(PSC ...
Author: Darl Larsen
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Category: Performing Arts
Known for its outrageous humor, occasionally controversial content, and often silly spirit, Monty Python's Flying Circus poked fun at nearly everything. Indeed, many of the allusions and references in the program were routinely obscure, and therefore, not always understood or even noticed. This exhaustive reference identifies and explains the plethora of cultural, historical, and topical allusions of this landmark series. In this resource, virtually every allusion and reference that appeared in an episode is identified and explained. Organized chronologically by episode, each entry is listed alphabetically, indicates what sketch it appeared in, and is cross-referenced between episodes. Scholars and fans who already appreciate the silliness of the Pythons can also enjoy the acculturated know-it-all-ness of their heroes.
He was filming his Living with Uncle Sam 1984/85 series for I.T.V's Whickers' World and the subject matter was ex-pats living in California. He brought along
his film crew and chatted with us all both pitch-side and at the customary post-
Author: Richard Digby Smith
Publisher: Book Guild Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
In 1969, Chris Blackwell, the founder of Island Records, transformed a de-consecrated church in Notting Hill Gate, West London, into the Basing Street Studios. January 1st 1970, Richard Digby Smith, aged 19, arrived fresh from Birmingham to join the team at Island Records as a staff engineer. This independent record label developed the careers of some of Britain’s leading artists of the day including Bob Marley, Free, Traffic, Cat Stevens, and many more. The studio doors were also open to many of the leading musicians of the period, including Led Zeppelin, Stephen Stills, Harry Nilsson and Joe Cocker… This memoir is a first-hand account of the early history of an innovative and iconic recording studio. It also details Richard Digby Smith’s eclectic and extensive repertoire after spending almost 50 years behind the glass in London, Los Angeles and around the world. Alongside his tales of recording experiences, this book gives a first-hand insight into life in Los Angeles during the early 70s, mingling with the Hollywood elite, his battle with drug and alcohol addiction, through to his return to the UK in the mid 80s. During his career he has played an instrumental role in making Bob Marley, Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, Elton John, Paul McCartney, Robert Palmer and The London Symphony Orchestra sound even better. For a two week period in the late 90s he was the most successful recording engineer on the planet with number one albums simultaneously in the UK and the Far East.
... (Yates and Siegel), 67 Whicker, Alan, 188-90 Whickers World (Whicker), 188-
90 Whitney, Helen, 66 Whose House Is It Anyway? (BBC), 98 Why Lockerbie (
HBO and Granada), 293-94 Wiesel, Elie, 212 Wild Boy (student), 272 Williams,
Whicker's World it was called and he once interviewed a dustbin man in Brisbane
who had emigrated from London. The dustbin man would be on the back of his
truck in his shorts jumping on and off his truck emptying bins in the bright ...
Author: David Cotham
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The book includes helicopter evacuations from dangerous situations, working with ex - KGB and IRA members, insider trade dealings, encounters with mafia gangs, middle eastern conflicts, sex and funny tales including romance, marraige and friendships forged in adversity.
Valerie Kleeman and Alan Whicker had also come along for the ride, to make a ' Whicker's World' programme of the trip. His interview technique fascinated me; he
apparently just made a few genial remarks, then sat back to listen to all that the ...
Author: James Edmiston
Publisher: Pen and Sword
This is the story of the manufacture, development and usage of one of the most famous submachine Guns ever produced by a British Firm Designed at the end of WW2 it saw limited use on a trial basis, carried by paratroopers during the battle of Arnhem, but since the British Forces had plenty of Sten guns at the time, and tests between the two types of weapon were inconclusive, it was not until 1953, that with a few adjustments, the Weapon was formally adopted by the British Army Whilst not the most accurate of weapons, it was extremely useful in urban warfare and regarded as one of the most reliable submachine Guns throughout the world until it was withdrawn in 1988. A total of over 400,000 were manufactured. Sterling built them for the British armed forces and for overseas sales. The Sterling Guns was used as the basis for the weapons used by Storm Troopers in the Star Wars films.
In 1977, when Mrs. Betenson was 92and thelast sibling still alive, she gave a
long filmed interview to Britain's bestknown traveling TV reporter, Alan Whicker. (
Thefinished film, inthe series Whicker's World,is available from Amazon.) ...
Author: Tim Slessor
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
So many books about the American West leave out the more intriguing details: When, in 1803, the young USA doubled its size with the purchase from France of an unexplored vastness called La Louisiane, it was a British bank which lent the Americans most of the $15 million that they didn’t have. So the financial papers for the biggest real-estate deal in history are, to this day, held in a London vault. Not many people know that… If his ranching uncle-by-marriage had had his way, the teenaged Winston Churchill – a disappointing scholar – might have been sent west to Wyoming to train as a cowboy. Who knows but, in time, he himself might have become a rancher. How then would history have turned out? Another ranching Englishman played a key role in recruiting a small army of Texas gunmen to “invade” northern Wyoming and kill more than 40 small settlers, men who had too easily been accused of being rustlers. The plan went badly wrong. But the Englishman had slipped away – gone home on holiday… It seems unlikely that Butch Cassidy was killed in a Bolivian shoot-out. It seems that he returned, under a false name, to live out his days in the West. In 1935, he even submitted a autobiographical script to Hollywood – only to have it rejected as being “too preposterous to be believable”. He died two years later – penniless. “Royal tourist visits the Colonies” was the local headline. In her VC-10, the Queen had flown into the small town of Sheridan in Wyoming. First, she took an extended walkabout along Main Street and then she holidayed for several days on a friend’s ranch in the shadow of the Big Horn Mountain … Tim Slessor, a one-time BBC producer, has filmed “out West” for nearly 50 years. In this book, he picks out a selection of fascinating stories that range from the mountain men and their fur trade to the pioneers of the overland trail, from Custer and the disaster at the Little Big Horn to the last stand of the Sioux at Wounded Knee, from the early cow-towns and the railroads to the cattle barons and the emigrant sod-busters.
One of those long ones, from America, that you see on Whicker's World. Which
we will not get whilst we are on Invalidity Benefit, Income Support and Child
Benefit. But some bits of Daddy ached more than others. We didn't know at the
Author: Caitlin Moran
Publisher: Random House
Soon to be a major film directed by Coky Giedroyc and starring Ladybird's Beanie Feldstein as Johanna Morrigan and Game of Thrones's Alfie Allen as John Kite My name’s Johanna Morrigan. I’m fourteen, and I’ve just decided to kill myself. I don’t really want to die, of course! I just need to kill Johanna, and build a new girl. Dolly Wilde will be everything I want to be, and more! But as with all the best coming-of-age stories, it doesn’t exactly go to plan... A Number One Sunday Times bestseller in hardback and paperback, from the award-winning and Sunday Times bestselling author of How to Be a Woman.
And, indeed, a sketch from Monty Python's Flying Circus involves two pepperpots
who go in search of Sartre in order to settle an argument (Episode 27, “Whicker's World”). Along the way, conversation reveals details about Sartre, especially as ...
Author: Gary L. Hardcastle
Publisher: Open Court Publishing
Fifteen experts in the fields of mythology, Buddhism, feminism, logic, ethics, and philosophy evaluate the ways in which the British comedy troupe's films and sketches are representative of universal themes and wisdom, in a volume that cites the philosophical concepts reflected by such popular skits as the Argument Clinic and the Dead Parrot routine. Original.
The first, on BBC1 in the UK, was a special edition of Whicker's World with a
behind-the-scenes look at the film. NBC in the USA meanwhile broadcast
Welcome To Japan, Mr Bond, featuring skits by M, Q and Moneypenny. The
premiere was ...
Author: Roger Moore
Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
While there have been many actors who have taken on the coveted role of James Bond, the most renowned 007 - and the one with the most panache and charisma - is undoubtedly Sir Roger Moore, KBE. To celebrate the film franchise's wonderful heritage, Roger Moore has written a book that features all the Bond movies, along with a wonderfully witty account of his own involvement in them. From the girls to the villains, from the cars to the cocktails, from the gadgets to the sets, this beautiful book is illustrated with many iconic images from all the films plus many previously unseen shots. This is the ultimate James Bond book, written by the ultimate James Bond, with all the affection and good humour he brought to the role. This ebook edition has been updated with a new look and additional information on the new Bond movie Spectre, perfect for all fans of this much-loved movie series.
Cttee . for Mathematical Whicker's World 1959-60 , Whicker Down Under 1961 ,
Whicker in Sweden and Physical Sciences 1964-70 , many other scientific cttees
. , etc .; Project 1963 , Whicker's World 1965-67 ; joined Yorkshire TV 1968 ...
Author: Independent Broadcasting AuthorityPublish On: 1977
In October, both Weekend World and World in Action looked back at the issues in
this lengthy dispute. ... A new series of Whicker's World (Yorkshire) also came
from America with typical Whicker's eye view reports from Anchorage, Alaska; ...
REVIEW TELEVISION John Wyver Big is Bankable The Thorn Birds ( BBC1 ) A
Time of Hope : C. P. Snow ( BBC2 ) Whicker's World ( BBCI ) Amy ( BBC1 )
Cockles ( BBC1 ) Another year , another ' New Season ' . Grab an audience
earlier and ...