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The most pompous, pretentious pap ever to air?
but LAVERNE <3
sometimes it's quite interesting
Often wrongly misquoted as
"When I hear the world culture, that's when I reach for my revolver"
But Hermann Goering never said it in the first place. It was a Nazi author who wrote it.
nah, it's just a load of Guardianista pseudism which dumbed itself down to appeal to the lowest ranks of Guardianista pseud
i preferred their earlier work
That woman had never listened to a note of metal in her life.
was even better
and that silly woman knew absolutely nothing about them
The best part was about a minute in when she alleged that thrash metal was a powerful force in popular music "throughout the 90s". The two tracks used to illustrate this inevitably were Raining Blood (released 1986) and One (1988).
This very much brought the funny.
what a bint. "Yeah, sometimes you just gotta rock out!" *puts up weak devil horns*.... yeah sure you do
and I could happily strangle Lauren Laverne, but I find a lot of the features pretty interesting. They've got to be commended for this at least:- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hiw6pnQMcGQ
DIDN'T EVEN GO TO UNIVERSITY!!!!!
What the hell is she doing presenting this. She should be doing a menial job or playing bingo
because she was too busy being in Kenickie and generally being awesome.
oh no.....hang on.....
but mostly it's like watching someone wave flyers for South Bank exhibitions in your face.
It takes no chances and from the looks of it only reports on things once a panel of wealthy but clueless people have deemed it worthy of the status of "culture".
it approaches subject from the POV of a chin-stroking passer-by with no real insight.
but then it just has some twat talking to Rhys Ifans, Kermode being a cunt, Laverne being annoying, a short about free running - a horrible interview with the rapper Xample - or however you spell it and then some knob-cheese posho indie band playing acoustic accompanied by violins.