I think it was called something like Take 5, but could be take 6 or 7.It was basically a selection of five/six/seven short cartoons like Paddington, Tales of The Riverbank, etc.
I think the programme must be either late eighties or in the nineties- I saw it on TV in the nineties.1 AnswerComedy8 years ago
I find that soundtracks of musicals are good to drive to, and I'd like some ideas! I already have Show Boat, Annie Get Your Gun, My Fair Lady, Kiss me Kate, Carousel, South Pacific, West Side Story, Moulin Rouge and Chicago. I like musicals with a strong story and big numbers.
Thanks :)1 AnswerTheater & Acting9 years ago
Now I know that the 160GB ipod only has 147GB of usable space, what about the 32GB ipod touch?5 AnswersMusic & Music Players10 years ago
I'm torn between the 32GB ipod touch and 160GB ipod classic.
I don't intend to use my ipod for the internet although if I had an ipod touch I would probably use the internet more frequently to get some use out of it. I don't really watch films on the go. My main requirements are storage (I probably have an average-sized music collection but I don't want my ipod storage filled so I have to keep moving songs around), cost (as cheap as possible), durability (I just want to be able to toss it in a bag without worrying about whether it will crack or break), and control (I'm used to the old-fashioned click wheel- just want to be able to flick through and select songs without fiddling about).
I think that the ipod touch looks really pretty and nifty but it's thirty odd quid more than the classic, and I'm not sure that I really need the Internet.
Thoughts?3 AnswersMusic & Music Players10 years ago
For what I've done, I'm sorry
And I know I must repent.
But before you cast me out
You must know what I meant.
I stabbed her. Yes I stabbed her!
And I know it's not okay
But I have this one defense
A concept that's so foreign
You can only say in French:
Je t'aimais! Je t'aimais!
But I'll echo this until I die:23 AnswersPoetry1 decade ago
This ia hypothetical. Would you still love/respect them, even if you vehemently disagreed with them?6 AnswersSingles & Dating1 decade ago
This ia hypothetical. Would you still love/respect them, even if you vehemently disagreed with them?1 AnswerSingles & Dating1 decade ago
We have to choose two books to compare with The Handmaid's Tale. I thought of a statement like 'Systems of power work by suppressing individuality' and would probably compare it with Oleanna and The Crucible, as American literature is all about trying to make yourself an individual in a society where you're expected to comply and be a sheep.1 AnswerBooks & Authors1 decade ago
Like The Great Gatsby or Wuthering Heights. A first-person narrative from a character that isn't the main character.7 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago
I surrendered myself to the change
Because everything I knew
Everything I loved...
Was fading. Slowly dying.
I gave in to the technology:
Bought an iPod,
Burnt the books
Played on Playstation 3
Until they told me it was uncool.
Became a teenager
Joined in their chats
Of things that never concerned me
Things I was distant from
About people I did not know.
I let myself go
Surrendered to it all
So I wouldn't fade away.4 AnswersPoetry1 decade ago
I'm taking A-Level Theatre Studies because I want to go into theatre as a director or playwright. I soon quickly learnt that I understood acting techniques but that I was a lousy actress.
However we are being marked on acting for a large part. I was offered to do directing by teacher but we're doing a devised piece and I don't want the students to turn on me considering the nature of a devised piece.
Can anyone offer help?3 AnswersTheatre & Acting1 decade ago
I find short stories the easiest:
Part of a novel:http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=An...
I love writing plays but can never find a good enough conceit to carry one.
Here's a clip:
If anyone can offer critiques on those and help me choose which medium is worth sticking with, I'd be grateful.3 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago
She was damned by fair praise- as a girl she had had far too much, and the mannerism and quirks of her youth described as charming were now mere affectations.
Her English was passable. It was slow and considered, spoken beautifully in her childish French accent, but she had the problem that stops most foreigners speaking other languages fluently- her lack of conviction. Often she would apologise, even if her pronunciation was correct, and her faltering English gave the impression that she was a young girl not a young woman.
She insisted on dropping her accent: 'I cannot speak your language in my tongue', she told me.1 AnswerBooks & Authors1 decade ago
All these books got their titles from another book, most being from poems. You get one point for the poem and poet and an added bonus if you can explain the context.
Tender is The Night
For Whom the Bell Tolls
A Handful of Dust
Of Mice and Men
The Violet Hour
No Country for Old Men
Catcher in The Rye
Where Angels Fear To Tread
Things Fall Apart
The Sound and The Fury3 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago