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Just leaving this here... [04 May 2012|09:59am]

mike_wot


Greetings from the US!

I made this silly little punk song to show my appreciation of this wonderful gentleman. This was all in good fun. Hope you enjoy it.
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*squeeeeeeeeeeeeee* [20 Jan 2009|02:27pm]

fantasy_bubbles
I think i just found perhaps the CUTEST videos of Ian in the universe.
One from 1986!! Where Ian happens to look like this:



Watch it here and squee.

Then there is a whole half hour of Ian's episode of "Plunder" from 1991, where he talks about boarding school and watching love songs on Top of the Pops, quote: "I think thats when we realised we were heterosexual" and his time as a teacher and a stand up comedian. He even has time to insult the host of the show.

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

WARNING: Watching these will make you feel young.
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Ian on ITN [20 Dec 2008|09:38pm]

emely_chan
[ mood | curious ]

Watch Ian talking about Private Eye 2008 and his favourite satire sources of the year.

With the glasses!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqAtYe2C7dc

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Not Forgotten; The Men Who Wouldn't Fight [10 Nov 2008|01:58pm]

madeluxx
[ mood | sore ]


Ian Hislop recounts the stories of World War I conscientious objectors, whose belief or battlefields experiences led to their  refusal to do military service - leaving the conchies to face imprisonment and abuse.

- taken from Live 'The Mail on Sunday'


Not Forgotten; The Men Who Wouldn't Fight is on tonight  (10 Nov '08) on Channel 4 at 8PM.

Don't miss it! 

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Ian on Parkinson 2002 [30 Oct 2008|12:55am]

madeluxx
[ mood | amused ]

Found this absoloutely fascinating interview with Ian on Parky back in '02.
Definitely worth a watch for some classic Paul bashing, small chat about fagging, and great stories about Private Eye & Peter Cook.
Oooh, and not to mention Question Time bust up with Lady Archer...!


Click here for the interview

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clip of young Ian shown on Room 101 [08 Mar 2008|02:23am]

emely_chan
[ mood | hungry ]

I just had to share this. It's a clip of young (and still wondrously middle-age looking) Ian shown on Room 101.
Kirsty Young tries to put people who speak very quietly or loudly into room 101 and Paul's got a little clip to show. It's right at the beginning. And since not all of Paul's introduction is on there:

"OK. Well, we've got an example here I think. We've got the well known graveled-voiced balladeer Tom Waits. Here he is being interviewed by a journalist; unfortunately history has not recorded the name of the journalist, but have a look at this."

The clip.

My thoughts on this: Oh my god, the hair! Nice shiny shoes. Haha, pwned! And I don't know a lot about talk shows from that time but apart from their slouchy way of sitting, is that the audience mumbling so irritatingly in the background?

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[01 Dec 2007|01:54pm]

emely_chan
[ mood | hopeful ]

There is a small conversation going on on youtube about one of Ian's appearances on Question Time that made me wonder what you thought about the matter.

[http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=05-LT1ErD6Q]

KenAugustino:> It is so funny how Ian looks during the intro cut-in!! I just could not judge whether he did it on purpose or else.

PaulMJohnson: I agree - he does looking furious better than almost anyone!

Turin999: on purpose
i can't tell if he's a political commentator first or a comedian first


And to be honest, neither can I!

I mean, I know that he can't really be classified as comedian but watching the video you'll notice that he simply cannot help but bring a bit of humour into it all.
Maybe that's also what satirists are like, serious but never really. Aren't they poking fun at everything after all?
You can probably call him a good mixture of both but still, what do you think about this? I'd love to know.

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[14 Nov 2007|09:23pm]

emely_chan
[ mood | chipper ]

I know that this community has been quiet for over a year and I should really wonder whether there's still anyone interested in it but that surely doesn't keep me from posting an entry. *grins*

And since I admittedly can't think of anything really stirring to write about I tried rather hard to come up with something - heck, anything - to raise hislop!love from the dead.

What I came up with is the most random thing.
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TVTimes Article/Interview [30 May 2006|02:19am]

rudelypinioned
I found this amongst my college papers so I thought I'd share!



I don't think my parents were too impressed with me going to their house and ripping pages out of their TV times! Still.. worthy cause and all that! :)
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Weekly Icons Taken From HIGNFY 21/04/06 [25 Apr 2006|10:29pm]

colacancol
[ mood | tired ]

I thought I might make myself useful as co-mod by actually doing something *laughs* So I've made some icons for the community, based on last week's HIGNFY... I hope it gets this community going a bit - I know that you all want to join ^_^ I'm going to try to make it a weekly thing, and post up nine icons every week using the new screencaps... I hope that you like them!

(Please credit Hislop!Love)



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[18 Apr 2006|09:20pm]

colacancol



One and all come, and join in with the Hislop and hamster love! *squee* You are welcome to discuss what you will about the lovely ickle wickle Ian Hislop... it does not have to be hamster based... But I say why not? If it is hamster based, I'll listen twice as hard... If it's funny, we'll laugh... and if it's serious, I'll get my pen out... Either way, come in, write a post and make yourself at home!

much gloveloveness,
Colette
your friendly (half) mod
-x-

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