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;Daim: bold to Push the bounds КНИГИ ;ДИЗАЙН и ГРАФИКА identify: Daim: bold to Push the bounds writer: Daim writer: Publikat Verlags yr: 2006 ISBN: 3939566020 Pages: 56*2 structure: PDF Language: English/German measurement: seventy six Mb To deliver his identify into concord, Germany's 3D-virtuoso DAIM prefers to take graffiti within the "unusual" course. it kind of feels as though his 4 letters bounce off the partitions, explode onto canvases, discover typical environments, and are available to lifestyles as sculptures. during this revealed gallery, DAIM's flexible options and variety of inventive motifs develop into transparent: the unusual glances of unique fishes, a fuel masks seen from varied angles, advanced abstractions of his identify, acrylics the following, drawings there, all done with a master's keep an eye on of colour, gentle and shadow. DAIM attributes his good fortune to his collaboration with different artists. all of the precise contributions in graffiti paintings guarantee him in setting up this younger and full of life circulation within the overseas artwork global. HotfileUploadingDepositfiles zero

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In the early days of radio, choice was offered not by the BBC but by the variety of European stations which, like the BBC, broadcast on wavelengths with greater geographical range than the high-quality FM or VHF signals used by radio today. There were therefore audiences in Britain for programmes originating from Paris, Hilversum, Hamburg and Berlin, and some foreign radio schedules were printed in The Times alongside those of the BBC. After the war broke out, Hamburg remained the only European station that the Germans did not close, and government research showed that it remained a popular alternative for some UK listeners.

Although treated shabbily by the BBC, which promised that he could broadcast if he was no longer on the staff and then banned him, in line with Corporation policy, because he had taken a job with a rival news outlet (the News Chronicle), Bartlett was in fact an apologist for Germany, publishing a number of books that were more compromising than objective, including Nazi Germany Explained (1933). In 1938, however, he won a seat in parliament as an independent, anti-appeasement candidate, went on to become a co-founder of the Common Wealth Party in 1942, and eventually joined the Labour Party.

Ludwig Koch (1881–1974), who recorded bird sounds, was introduced to the BBC by Julian Huxley, Secretary of the Zoological Society of London from 1936 to 1942, and spoke about birdsong on the radio from an early stage in the war, despite having what to an English-speaking audience was an almost comically broad German accent, parodied later by Peter Sellers. More generally, according to Daniel Snowman, ‘The BBC offered a variety of opportunities to talented and ambitious refugees. Some of the most prominent, such as Arthur Koestler, were periodically invited to write and read scripts, while Thomas Mann recorded a number of talks in Los Angeles which were broadcast by the BBC.

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