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  1. Mk.

    Glastonbury 2010

    Not really. The last two dismal weather years I camped near Pedestrian Gate A and had an easy time of it.
  2. Mk.

    Glastonbury 2010

    Do such campsites become hellish if its a bad year weather-wise?
  3. Mk.

    Glastonbury 2010

    See, I learned whilst bored out of my mind during sets by Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen not to see acts because I feel I should. After an hour of Springsteen last year I hot-footed it over to the Park to see Bon Iver. Now that was magical, second only to Blur across the whole of the weekend.
  4. Mk.

    Glastonbury 2010

    It's a solid line-up. Friday and Saturday great, Sunday lacking anything very worthwhile. My initial plans are to see U2, Chase & Status, Mumford & Sons or Zane Lowe, Snoop Dogg, Kele, Courteeners, Gaslight Anthem, Muse, Editors or Laura Marling, Cribs, The National, Giggs, Detroit Social Club, Frank Turner, Orbital or Ash or Magnetic Man, Faithless, Stanton Warriors, Toddla T, Alex Metric and Jaguar Skills.
  5. Mk.

    Glastonbury 2010

    I jump between stages like a little bitch at Glastonbury and love it.
  6. Mk.

    Glastonbury 2010

    This. There's a lot of diversity in that there Glasto crowd
  7. Colin Murray once described Ricky Gervais as 'Stewart Lee lite' I think that's pretty accurate. If I only judged comics on how good they were compared to Stewart Lee, I'd never go and see any.
  8. Or that he had to set the title of the show about six months before he actually started writing it...?
  9. His stand-up shows to date have worked according to a strict rule of steady depreciating worth. So... Animals = Stunning, peerless stand-up. Politics = Great, clever performance. Fame = Decent, solid show, worthwhile but not remarkable. Anybody care to comment on whether Science continues this trend?
  10. I'm new in Flickr land, you should look at me here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/muldooon/
  11. http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/podcasts/frontrow/ You'll have to be quick though... Speaking of Stewart Lee on Radio 4, this is one of my favourite clips of him:
  12. Maybe Series 8 is the more mainstream series, then? Not so much for the fanboys? Aside from the irritating final episode it's a brilliant series. The stories are at their cleverest (Cassandra, Back In The Red, Krytie TV) the humour pitch perfect (Rimmer's salute's in the Captain's office, yes), the look of the show is gorgeous, the bunk scenes are there and at perfect length.
  13. Planet Sound made the connection between them and Royksopp too. It is good.
  14. Upon second viewing I was used to the sketches and liked them.
  15. You can't really compare digital ratings with terrestrial though. And Comedy Vehicle is in fairness a very well promoted program.
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