You're looking at a very special DVD that very nearly didn't happen. Stewart Lee's tour de force, 90s Comedian, has been dubbed so controversial (along with his directing debut Jerry Springer the Opera) that none of the big DVD manufacturers would touch it with a barge pole. Which is a shame, and is why the fearless Go Faster Stripe stepped in and offered to organise a special one-off evening's pe
What can a sexless middle aged married man, whose life now consists mainly of watching Scooby Doo cartoons with a four year old boy, possibly find to write comedy about? Formerly stand-up s youthful iconoclast, Lee now gawps blankly at News 24 as Britain burns down around him, and blinks weirdly at the vast wayside retail outlets during endless journeys to and from increasingly indistinct provincial theatres. Once he lived on the pleasure planet. Now he is trapped in Carpet Remnant World
Stewart Lee's latest live show, Content Provider, is also his most successful live show yet. He toured it for 214 dates from November 2016 to April 2018. This is a filmed recording of that show
"The cleverest, funniest, most cliché-free comedian on the circuit" Ricky Gervais After four years working on Richard Thomas' Jerry Springer - The Opera, Stewart Lee returns to stand-up in search of clarity, self-respect and immediate sensual and intellectual gratification.
Jon Stewart performs a solo standup routine, telecast live from Miami, Florida.
Comedian Liz Stewart tackles ghosts, drugs, and motherhood in her debut comedy special, filmed while she was 8 1/2 months pregnant.
This low-key 1993 live retrospective marked something of a return to form for Rod the Mod, who for many years had more or less abdicated his position as a performer of consequence to pursue a more frivolous pop-star persona. With his former Faces bandmate Ron Wood in tow, Stewart revisits hits like "Hot Legs," "Tonight's the Night," and "Maggie May"--and more adventurous choices like Curtis Mayfield's "People Get Ready" and Tom Waits's "Tom Traubert's Blues"--with an effortless grace and a renewed expressiveness that makes Unplugged
Rod Stewart Concert compilation
Rod Stewart started out as a lead singer for the moddish British Invasion band The Faces, and later moved on to a solo career as a disco music star and then a simple pop star. STORYTELLER: 1984-1991 focuses on those later years as a straight-ahead pop singer, and includes most of his catchy hits from that period such as "Downtown Train," "Rhythm of My Heart," "Forever Young," and his classic collaboration with guitarist Jeff Beck, "People Get Ready."
In 2007, Stewart Lee was voted the 41st best stand-up of all time in an official Channel 4 poll, apparently better than Lenny Bruce but not as good as Jim Davidson. But what real difference does this accolade make? His TV pilot has been cancelled and his mother still thinks the 1970s game show host Tom O'Connor is funnier than him.
Stewart Francis, the star of Mock The Week, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow and Live At The Apollo embarks on a brand new stand-up tour, starting in Spring 2015 and extended into 2016 after phenomenal demand with his fantastic, hilarious new show Pun Gent!
Recorded at London's Kilburn State Theater, Rod Stewart takes the stage along with guitarist Ron Wood, drummer Kenney Jones and the rest of the Faces for this electric farewell concert. In this classic live performance, the Faces are joined by the Rolling Stones' Keith Richards -- and their unique pub sound is complimented with a full-string orchestra. A set list of memorable hits includes "You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything" and "Sweet Little Rock and Roller."
The true to life story of one of Hollywood's top stuntmen, as well as some of the most spectacular stunts ever filmed. "Fall Guy" follows the life and times of legendary stunt man and director, John Stewart.
“Between 1926 and 1985, amateur Archie Stewart shot over seventy thousand feet of film. In 1936 he purchased a sound-on-film 16mm camera and began to make talking pictures. The result is that we can not only see what Archie saw but hear what he heard. Stewart primarily focused on his family, watching them grow and mature as the years passed. Here we partake in four years of family activities, trips, and holiday seasons, as well as technical experiments. The record, intimate and endearing, shows people comfortable in front of the ever-present camera and microphone.” — Bruce Posner
Recorded at New York's infamous Supper Club in the spring of 1998, VH1 STORYTELLERS-Rod Stewart finds the vocalist at his most engaging. Performing songs from his legendary career, Rod recounts the tales behind his biggest hits including "Maggie May," "Tonight's the Night," and "Forever Young." This DVD release includes 2 bonus performances not seen in the original broadcast.
Mike Tyson vs. Alex Stewart, billed as "The Hard Way Back", was a professional boxing match contested on December 8, 1990.
Still young at 67, Rod Stewart could register his mellow, raspy voice, his hair colour, but also his trademark songs. With countless hits like «Sailing», «Baby Jane» or «Da Ya Think I’m Sexy» the mega star has sold well over 150 million records. In 1999, he was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. He was operated and his legendary voice was damaged. Rod had to learn how to sing all over again and he proved that he had succeeded when he released his Great American Songbook album series, which established him as an extraordinary crooner. Today he is still a naughty boy – and «forever young»: And last year he became a father once again! For his concert in Basel, he brings along ballads for the ladies and cool riffs for the gents.
Make any occasion special with everybody's favorite sweet snack: cookies! In this easy-to-follow guide, domestic diva Martha Stewart shares recipe secrets to 33 of her most scrumptious baked treats. Geared toward experienced bakers and beginners alike, the collection includes recipes and tips for making an astonishing array of cookies, including rolled, molded, bar, refrigerator, drop and sandwich varieties.
With his naïve air, his rangy and reassuring silhouette, James Stewart symbolizes success, someone who everybody wants to look like. Behind his legendary nonchalance, Robert Mitchum is the figure of the bad boy, the kind-hearted hooligan who anyone would like to have for accomplice. What is the legacy left by these two big myths of the Hollywood cinema and in which way they fed the American dream?
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The Apprentice: Martha Stewart is a reality game show and a spin-off from the series, The Apprentice, that ran in the fall of 2005. Broadcast on NBC, the show featured business tycoon Martha Stewart. Tasks were centered around Stewart's areas of expertise: media, culinary arts, entertaining, decorating, crafts, design, merchandising, and style. The tone of the show was somewhat muted compared to the original, as Stewart brought her own sensibilities to the elimination process, often using her catchphrase: "You just don't fit in" in contrast to original series host Donald Trump's catchphrase: "You're fired." She also wrote a cordial letter to the candidate who was fired; many times she took subtle jabs at the fired candidate and gave frank reasons for why the candidate did not succeed on the show. Several segments featuring Stewart were filmed at her home in Bedford, New York because at the time, she was serving the five-month house arrest portion of her ImClone scandal conviction. Donald Trump, Mark Burnett and Jay Bienstock executive produced the show. Businessman Charles Koppelman and Stewart's daughter, Alexis Stewart accompanied the two teams during tasks and reported their observations to Stewart in the boardroom.