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Sniper Elite 3: Tom Clarke-Hill (Karl Fairburne) interview | "How did you get into voice acting?"

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We chat with voice over artist Tom Clarke-Hill (the voice of Karl Fairburne) to discuss how he got started in voice acting, how he prepared for his return to the role .

Fred Dagg creator John Clarke dies at 68

He said that Clarke, Murray Ball and Tom Scott had all come out of the Manawatu area around the same time. "It just shows that the In 1996 National Radio's Kim Hill asked Clarke if he left New Zealand with ill feeling towards the NZBC. "No, not at


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Emmylou Harris - Pieces of the Sky [Bonus Tracks] [Remaster]

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GOLDEN ROAD BY URBAN, KEITH (CD)

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Live In Beverly Hills [digipak]

Live In Beverly Hills [digipak]

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Personnel: Dado Moroni (piano); Peter Erskine (drums). Liner Note Author: Jon Regen. Recording information: Rising Jazz Stars, Beverly Hills, CA (04/10/2010-04/11/2010). Director: Nick Lerum. Editor: Nick Lerum. Photographers: Bruce Bisenz; Nick Lerum. Dado Moroni has had an impressive career since emerging on the European jazz scene in the early 1990s, having recorded as a sideman with Clark Terry, Tom Harrell, and extensively with Swiss alto saxophonist George Robert, in addition to his work as a leader. Live in Beverly Hills is his first opportunity to record as a leader for an American label, featuring the pianist with veteran drummer Peter Erskine and bassist Marco Panascia, recorded and videotaped at the Rising Jazz Stars over two nights in early 2010. Among the highlights is his lively bossa nova setting of John Lewis' Django, the intimate interpretation of Lionel Bart's Where Is Love (from the musical Oliver!), Ron Carter's playful bop vehicle Einbahnstrasse, and the leader's infectious Ghanian Village, the latter buoyed by Erskine's versatile drumming. The bonus DVD disc (which is Blu-Ray) contains all of the CD selections plus two bonus tracks, an impromptu blues, and a brief piano solo. In spite of the difficulty of videotaping on a cramped stage in a crowded nightclub, the camera angles are excellent, with numerous closeups where one can see both Moroni and his handiwork on the keyboard, while the editing is tight without excessive jumping around between different camera angles. ~ Ken Dryden


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4HIM: Andy Chrisman, Kirk Sullivan, Marty Magehee, Mark Harris. Additional personnel: Bill Baumgart (conductor, keyboards, loops); Tom Hemby, Chris Rodriguez, Glenn Pearce (acoustic & electric guitars); Jerry McPherson (electric guitar, mandolin); The London Session Orchestra (strings); Terry McMillan (harmonica); Michael Omartian (accordion, piano, clavinet, organ, synthesizers); Blair Masters (piano, keyboards, loops); Jim Cooper (keyboards, loops); Danny O'Lannerghty, Mike Brignardello, John Pierce, Mark Hill (bass); Brian MacLeod (drums, loops); John Hammond (drums); Tabitha Fair, Billy Gaines, Michael Mellett, Nicol Smith, Roz Thompson (background vocals). Producers: Michael Omartian, Bill Baumgart, 4HIM. Engineers: Scott McCutcheon, Terry Christian, David Jahnsen. Principally recorded at Sound Kitchen, Franklin, Tennessee, On Par Music, Nashville, Tennessee, Sound House, Brentwood, Tennessee and Ocean Way Recording, Hollywood, California. Personnel: Chris Rodriguez (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Tom Hemby (acoustic guitar, wah-wah guitar); Tom Hamby (acoustic guitar); Jerry McPherson (electric guitar, mandolin); Glenn Pearce (electric guitar); Terry McMillan (harmonica); Michael Omartian (accordion, piano, Clavinet, organ, synthesizer); Blair Masters (piano, keyboards, loops); Jim Cooper (keyboards, loops); Brian Macleod (drums, loops); Mike Brignardello, John Hammond (drums); Bill Baumgart (loops); Roz Clark Thompson, Tabitha Fair, Billy Gaines, Nicol Sponberg, Michael Mellett (background vocals). Audio Mixer: Bill Deaton. Recording information: Ocean Way Recording, Hollywood, CA; On Par Music, Nashville, TN; Sound House, Brentwood, TN; Sound Kitchen, Brentwood, TN. Photographer: Robert Ascroft. Spiritual music was once relegated to the domain of Gospel almost exclusively. Very seldom would a pop artist record songs of a non-secular nature. In the late-'90s, the line between spiritual and secular music began to fade, and groups like 4HIM arrived


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Tom Clarke

Long overshadowed by fellow republicans Patrick Pearse and James Connolly, Tom Clarke was the man who made the Easter Rising possible. During an extraordinary life dedicated to Irish freedom he rose from humble origins and endured thirty years of struggle, imprisonment and exile before becoming a master conspirator in the Easter Rising. Endowed with a charisma and moral ascendancy, he held together a disparate group of followers and they, in turn, recognised his indispensable leadership by insisting that his name alone should have pride of place on the Proclamation. It was a gesture that, in a sense, guaranteed Clarke immortality; it also proved to be also his death warrant. But death held no terrors for Clarke who was to die satisfied in the belief that, with the sight of a tricolour...

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  1. He said that Clarke, Murray Ball and Tom Scott had all come out of the Manawatu area around the same time. "It just shows that the In 1996 National Radio's Kim Hill asked Clarke if he left New Zealand with ill feeling towards the NZBC. "No, not at
  2. “We are a Christian school and are unapologetic about that. William Clarke College topped the fundraising table in Australia in the 2016 40 Hour Famine, raising more than $91,000, from left: Tom McDowall, Abbi Eastthorpe, Garrick Lyte-Mason and Tamara 
  3. Tighes Hill resident and Hunter Bird Observers Club member Tom Clarke will be among those sharing information on the day. “It's amazing to see the changes that have occurred in the birdlife around the creek over the past 28 years,” Mr Clarke said.
  1. COME ON DOWN, don't miss the fun. — attending Apple Blossom Festival 2017 at Cider Hill Family Orchard https://t.co/QiroEspve6

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Apple Hill Cake (apple, baking soda, cinnamon, eggs, flour, nutmeg, vegetable oil, salt, sugar, walnut)

Tom Yum Koong Soup (chilies, chile paste, fish sauce, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, lemon grass, lime, mushroom, shrimp, soup, water, sugar)

Tom's Salsa Ranch Chicken Sandwich (chicken, bread, butter, cheddar cheese, lettuce, onions, ranch dressing, tomato)

Cheaters Tom Yum Seafood Recipe (shrimp, chilli, chili powder, fish fillets, mushroom, french beans, coconut milk, water)

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In memory of these 454 British Forces personnel,  including Ministry of Defence civilians, who gave of their lives in service in Afghanistan 2001 -2014
In memory of the 454 British Forces personnel, including Ministry of Defence civilians, who gave of their lives in service in Afghanistan 2001 -2014. The vast majority of fatalities took place with the deployment of British forces to the Taliban stronghold of Helmand province (prior to deployment in this area only five men died between April 2002 and early March 2006). To see the original size of the image, select from the down-arrow menu at the bottom left of the image field. Added is Lance Corporal Michael Campbell of the 3rd Battalion, The Royal Welsh, died on 23 July 2015 of wounds sustained in Afghanistan in April, 2012. ---------- Text below (edited to reflect end of the mission) from www.gov.uk/government/fields-of-operation/afghanistan UK forces [were] deployed to Afghanistan [2001-2014] in support of the UN-authorised, NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) mission and as part of the US-led Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). [Beginning] 2003 UK...
That Was the Year That Was - 1970
In 1970, the self-made builder's son Edward Heath came to power promising a "quiet revolution" that would turn around the fortunes of Great Britain PLC. The 1970s began under Tory rule, with Ted Heath as Prime Minister. Yet it was a very different kind of Tory party. Heath was a liberal Conservative who believed in a “third way”. He was pro-union and pro-EEC, and launched the Department of the Environment. He favored devolution of power to Scotland and Wales. When Rolls-Royce aircraft engines was about to go bankrupt, he led a successful move to nationalize the company until it could be returned to a stable financial footing. Then things started to go wrong, as they did almost immediately when council workers went on strike in October 1970 (a foretaste of the “winter of discontent” eight years later), Heath quickly buckled to the prevailing conventional political and economic wisdom. Failing industries were bailed out or nationalised. And as the government pumped up...
That Was the Year That Was - 1977
1977 The first Apple Computer goes on sale. Quebec adopts French as the official language. Jimmy Carter is elected as the President of United States and the first oil flows through the Trans Alaskan Oil Pipeline. The precursor to the GPS system in use today is started by US Department of defense. Elvis Presley Dies from a heart attack aged 42. British Public sector trade unions including Firefighters strike for wage increases over the 10% ceiling imposed by the British government. The first ever Quadraphonic concert in London by Pink Floyd. The first commercial flight Concord London to New York. NASA space shuttle makes its first test flight off the back of a jetliner. Voyager I and Voyager II are launched unmanned to explore the outer solar system. When Britain's fire crews walked out on national strike, members of the public were advised to take matters into their own hands. Although the armed services, with their so-called "Green Goddess" fire engines, were drafted...

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