Das M-170CMR ist mit seiner spiegelähnlichen Front ein echter Hingucker. Das LED-Display ist super ablesbar, die Leuchtkraft der Anzeige kann über den Dimmer angepasst werden. Snooooooze! Funktionen Verspiegelte Front, FM PLL Radio, PLL Radio mit 20 FM Senderspeicherplätze, Aufweckmöglichkeit wahlweise Radio oder Buzzer, Dual-Alarm, Snooze und Sleep-Funktion, Display 1.2" LED-Display, 24 Stunden-Anzeige, Dimmer mit 3 Einstellungen( Hoch / Niedrig / AUS ), Stromversorgung AC: 230V~ 50Hz, Batterie Backup: 2 × 1.5V "AAA" Batterie (nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten), Produktabmessungen 85mm (H) x 60mm (W) x 185mm (L),
A quiz show hosted by Steve Punt where a team of three university students take on a team of three of their professors. The show is recorded on location at a different university each week, and it pits three undergraduates against three of their professors in a genuinely original and fresh take on an academic quiz.The rounds vary between Specialist Subjects and General Knowledge, quickfire bell-and-buzzer rounds and the ‘Highbrow & Lowbrow’ round cunningly devised to test not only the students’ knowledge of current affairs, history, languages and science but also their professors’ awareness of television, sport, and quite possibly Justin Bieber.... In addition, the Head-to-Head rounds, in which students take on their professors in their own subjects, offer plenty of scope for mild embarrassment on both sides....In this series, the universities are Newcastle, Hertfordshire, Dundee, Merton College, Oxford, Sheffield and Brunel.In the first episode, we’re at Newcastle University. The Specialist Subjects are Physiological Sciences, Sociology and Media & Communication, and the questions range from Bach and benzene rings to Mills & Boon and Mick Jagger.Episode 2 comes from the University of Hertfordshire. The Specialist Subjects are Aerospace Engineering, English Language & Communication and Computer Sciences, and the questions range from DOS commands and derivatives to Captain Hook and why eating detergent is wrong....Episode 3, and we’re at the University of Dundee, where the Specialist Subjects are Geography, Art and Physics, and the questions range from Rachel Whiteread and Röntgen Rays to the Shiba Inu from the meme and Gnasher from the Beano....The fourth episode in the series comes from Merton College, Oxford. The Specialist Subjects are History, Biology and Classics, and the questions range from the Rhine Maidens and deponent verbs to Barbie and starfish legs....Episode 5 comes from the Unive 1. Language: English. Narrator: Steve Punt, full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rhuk/004418/bk_rhuk_004418_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The Bickersons reigned supreme for five years as America´s favorite radio couple. Like their name suggests, they spent many a night ´´bickering´´, mainly over the fact that Blanche has to suffer through John´s buzz saw-like snoring.The interplay between husband and wife, as they sarcastically banter back and forth, is what makes this show so great and why listeners continue to praise this ´´combative comedy.´´ Learn first hand why this show has been credited with influencing the creation of such memorable sitcoms as The Honeymooners.Episodes include: Premiere Show 09-08-46, Amos´ Deep Sea Treasure Enterprise 09-22-46, Missing Fish Poles 03-30-47, The Bachelor Party 04-20-47, Clams are Healthy 05-18-47, The Mink Coat 06-12-51 1. Language: English. Narrator: Don Ameche, Frances Langford. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/radi/000848/rt_radi_000848_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In 1949, NBC brought mustachioed Irish-American actor Brian Donlevy to the radio microphones as international troubleshooter Steve Mitchell in the spy series Dangerous Assignment. Mitchell worked for an un-named US government intelligence agency; whose boss The Commissioner dispatched him to world trouble spots. Mitchell’s assignment was to solve problems in record time, and in accordance with US interests. The radio series lasted three seasons (1949-1953) due in part to Donlevy’s terrific performances and the mystique of the foreign locations and situations, which radio listeners could recreate in their theatre of the mind. During its last year on radio, Donlevy formed a production company to convert the series to television, producing 39 episodes for syndication.Enjoy 12 exciting, half-hour radio adventures of globe-trotting troubleshooter Steve Mitchell as he solves another ´´Dangerous Assignment.”2/17/51 Malaya: Rubber 2/24/51 New York: Nazi Buzz Bomb Plans 3/3/51 London: Secret Code Broken 3/10/51 Java: Solve Your Own Murder 3/17/51 Macau: Smuggle Agent Out of Country 3/24/51 Balkans: File 72 4/14/51 Middle East: A Tray Full of Dirty Dishes 4/21/51 French Riviera: Gocheck 4/28/51 Balkans: Outlaw Radio Station 5/4/51 Rotterdam: War Criminals 6/18/51 Japan: Mr. Big 6/26/51 Italy: Continental Defense Corp 1. Language: English. Narrator: full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/011613/bk_brll_011613_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Space Patrol began as a television show in 1950 and was an overnight sensation. The series followed the 30th-century interplanetary exploits of Commander-in-Chief Buzz Corry of the United Planets Space Patrol and his young sidekick Cadet Happy. Together they thwarted evildoers wanting to take over the Universe. The show was targeted to children, but attracted a sizable adult audience. A radio series soon followed with the same cast performing on both the TV and radio shows. Commander Corry was portrayed by Ed Kemmer and Cadet Happy was Lyn Osborn. As was common at the time, some of the villains had Russian or German-sounding accents. Corry and his allies were aided by such sci-fi gadgets as ray guns, miniature space-o-phones, and atomolights. Space Patrol was sponsored for most of its run by Ralston/Purina and lasted on television until 1954 and on radio until 1955. Enjoy 12 half-hour episodes from this fun and exciting sci-fi radio series. 10-25-52 The Hole in Empty Space 12-6-52 The Space Shark 12-13-52 The Search for Asteroid X 1-10-53 The Sleepwalker 5-16-53 The Secret of Sub-Level Seven 5-23-53 Treachery in Outer Space 6-20-53 The Indestructible Germ 6-27-53 The Treasure of Planetoid Sixty 8-1-53 The Sleeping Demon of Saturn 8-8-53 Trouble Aboard the Supernova 8-15-53 Peril Over Jupiter 8-22-53 The Menace of Planet X 1. Language: English. Narrator: full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/009486/bk_brll_009486_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
All four series of the BBC Radio 4 comedy panel show about morality and ethics, hosted by Sue Perkins - plus a special episode recorded at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Described by the Radio Times as ‘a cross between QI and The Moral Maze’, this hilarious and thought-provoking panel show sees comedian Sue Perkins putting her guests through the moral and ethical wringer as she poses a series of tricky hypothetical questions - and cross-examines them on their answers. Would you provide an alibi for someone you hate? Would you let an annoying colleague take credit for your work if it meant they would get a job elsewhere? Is cheating on your partner ever acceptable? These are just some of the devilish dilemmas facing the panellists - and as if that’s not tricky enough, there’s also a variety of rounds including Audience Dilemmas, where they ‘solve’ any problems the audience may have, and Quickfire, where shades of grey are dismissed in favour of a fingers-on-buzzers binary choice, such as ‘Would you rather eat a kitten or fight a swan?’ Among the panellists tiptoeing through the moral minefield in these four series are comedians Dave Gorman, Shappi Khorsandi, John Finnemore and Graeme Garden; radio DJs Annie Nightingale, Shaun Keaveney, Cerys Matthews and Gemma Cairney; poets Lemn Sissay and Ian McMillan and sports stars Isa Guha and Clarke Carlisle, as well as historian Dan Snow and former Blue Peter presenter Janet Ellis. Plus, a special Edinburgh Festival Fringe edition features guests including Marcus Brigstocke and Bridget Christie, and subjects including disabled parking spaces, adverts, and life imprisonment. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sue Perkins. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rhuk/004244/bk_rhuk_004244_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A quiz show hosted by Steve Punt (star of BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show and the brains behind Horrible Histories) where a team of three university students take on a team of three of their professors. Every week, at a different university, it pits a team of three students against three of their lecturers. The rounds vary between Specialist Knowledge and General Knowledge, quickfire bell-and-buzzer rounds and ‘Highbrow and Lowbrow’. Which of the students will turn out to be complete trivia boffins? Will the lecturers reveal they know more about Beyoncé than Barthes? There’s plenty of scope for embarrassment on both sides.... The universities in the first series are Southampton, Durham, Stirling, Reading, Salford and Middlesex. The universities in the second series are the University of East Anglia, Swansea, Warwick, Sussex, Queen Mary London and Northampton. The universities in the third series are Edinburgh, Leeds, Leicester, Exeter, Bath Spa and Anglia Ruskin (in Cambridge), and the subjects range from Rocket Science (literally!) to Creative Music Technology. Meanwhile, the questions cover every subject under the sun, including Dada and Dylan, the Kardashians and the Ku Klux Klan, gherkins and gummi bears and concrete and cogwheels.... The universities in the fourth series are Bristol, Kent, Bedfordshire, Aberystwyth, Nottingham and Birmingham, and the subjects range from Sports Science to Theatre Studies via Welsh Folklore and Journalism. Meanwhile, the questions cover every subject under the sun, including Candy Crush Corner and cauliflowers, Kierkegaard and Kim Kardashian, Wagner, Debussy, Scooby-Doo, Geoff Hurst, Swedish massage and monkey glands.... The universities in the fifth series are Cardiff, Manchester, Essex, De Montfort, Aston and Surrey, and the subjects range from Forensic Science to Contour Fashion via Psychology and Astrophysics. Meanwhile, the questions cover every subject under t 1. Language: English. Narrator: Steve Punt, full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rhuk/003657/bk_rhuk_003657_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Welcome to the world of White Noise, one of the UK´s premiere Volkswagon Festivals. Here you´ll find crazy people with crazy cars, cool music and all the buzz you´d expect at a VW show. Produced in true Top Gear fashion, this radical motor scene features retro, vintage, new and re-fashioned vehicles and enthusiasts. From Beetles to Camper vans and Golfs, this program has them all. Packed with extras that are longer than the feature itself you will find something for everyone. A true collectors item, this is something you will relish for a long time. Come and join in the fun! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Paul Hughes. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/real/000193/bk_real_000193_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Hand it to AMC´s Mad Men: on its own, it has reshaped the way we think about the 1960s. Much of that is the work of costume designer Janie Bryant, whose outfits and shifts in style signal the tensions of 1960s America.Next, sellers and publishers of books from all over the world convened in New York this week for their annual convention, Book Expo America. Conference discussions focused on e-books, social media, and self-publishing, but the real buzz was about an old-fashioned phenomenon: a printed and bound bestseller that seemed to have appeared out of nowhere. Then, the erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey, about a young woman named Anastasia and her bondage-loving boyfriend Christian, has been jumping off shelves (and into e-book download queues) since it was released by Knopf’s Vintage imprint earlier this year. Following that, what would Canada and the US look like if we gave each other a makeover? Kurt Andersen joins forces with Jian Ghomeshi, host of the CBC’s daily arts and culture program Q, for our new redesign project. All through June, the two programs will be giving each countries´ brand identities a much needed jolt. Then, each of us can call to mind a clear image of many dinosaurs. That’s surprising, since no human ever set eyes on one. The images that we have derive largely from the work of one man, Charles R. Knight. Then, over the last 50 years, the writer Paul Theroux has visited most of the countries on Earth, traveling in a deep, slow, observant way most of us never do. And his novels are often about people more or less like him: people who rip themselves out of ´´normal” Western lives, go somewhere alien, and maybe find out who they are.And finally, Doc Watson, a giant of American folk music, died last month at 89. Watson’s guitar and banjo playing was a powerful force in the 1960s folk revival, and his long career has inspired generations of musicians, among them Abigail Wa 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kurt Andersen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/stud/120609/rt_stud_120609_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.