Steven Toast (Matt Berry, The IT Crowd, House of Fools) is back. Struggling actor and resident of Soho's famous theatreland, the hapless thespian returns for more misadventures alongside his inept agent Jane Plough (Doon Mackichan, Smack the Pony, Plebs) and peculiar flatmate Ed Howzer-Black (Robert Bathurst, Cold Feet, Downton Abbey). This time he faces, amongst other challenges, a prostitutes’ and celebrity blow-football tournament, the horror of being buried alive, freemasonry, and of course, his arch-nemesis Ray 'Bloody' Purchase. Can Toast win out and secure the glamorous acting roles he's sure his immense talent deserves? Special Features: Audio Commentary of Desperate Measures with Matt Berry (Writer) Arthur Matthews (Writer) Michael Cumming (Director) and Kate Daughton (Producer) Audio Commentary of Fool in Love with Matt Berry (Writer) Arthur Matthews (Writer) Michael Cumming (Director) and Kate Daughton (Producer) Mo' Burned Toast Series 2 Songs Deleted Scenes Steven Toast's Voiceover Showreel 'My Turn' Toast Autobiography On the Analyst's Couch Part II: Steven Toast recalls some of his most memorable stage roles.
Meet Steven Toast (Matt Berry, The IT Crowd, House of Fools) - actor, ladies' man and aficionado of some of Soho's finest drinking clubs. With the often misguided assistance of his old-school 'retro' agent Jane Plough (Doon Mackichan, Smack the Pony, Plebs) and peculiar flatmate Ed Howzer-Black (Robert Bathurst, Cold Feet, Downton Abbey), Toast faces a multitude of obstacles in his quest for fame and recognition. These include murderous director Acker Herron, arch-nemesis Ray Bloody' Purchase, submarines, Bruce Forsyth lookalikes, obsessive hoarders, Freemasonry, and the real Michael Ball. Special Features: Series 1: The Pilot Episode Audio Commentary with Michael Cumming (Director), Matt Berry (Writer), Arthur Mathews (Writer) and Kate Daughton (Producer) Burnt Toast, Making Toast, The Forsyth Sage, Toast and Purchase Art Film Dub Toast sings a song about London The Theme from Toast of London Unplugged 'My Name is Michael Ball' ... a short film about Michael Ball On the Analyst's Couch The Songs Series 2: Audio Commentary of Desperate Measures with Matt Berry (Writer) Arthur Matthews (Writer) Michael Cumming (Director) and Kate Daughton (Producer) Audio Commentary of Fool in Love with Matt Berry (Writer) Arthur Matthews (Writer) Michael Cumming (Director) and Kate Daughton (Producer) Mo' Burned Toast Series 2 Songs Deleted Scenes Steven Toast's Voiceover Showreel 'My Turn' Toast Autobiography On the Analyst's Couch Part II: Steven Toast recalls some of his most memorable stage roles.
Ex-model Paige McCarty is fed up with being just a pretty face. After her ex-husband’s gambling problem left her royally screwed and tragically shoeless, she started Fool Me Once Investigations with her best friends, Lorlei and Kennedy, to prevent other women from being similarly played and dismayed. The job: Act as bait for a cheating husband. The target: Matt Russo. The case should be as easy as getting a man’s attention - and Paige has never had trouble with that. The problem is Matt - in all his nerdy-hot glory - turns out to be not such a scumbag after all. And when the case hits closer to home than Paige could ever have imagined - landing her in a face-off with the mob - she wonders if taking the job just to prove that she has a brain maybe wasn’t her best idea. This second outing for the Fool Me Once team follows in the same fun, feisty footsteps as best-selling author Tara Sivec’s Shame on You. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Amy McFadden. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/006028/bk_brll_006028_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Set in Dodge City, Kansas, in the 1870s, Gunsmoke aired on CBS Radio until June 1961. William Conrad starred as U.S. Marshal Matt Dillon, and he was joined by three other regulars: Howard McNear as "Doc" Charles Adams; Georgia Ellis as Kitty Russell; and Parley Baer as Chester Proudfoot. This collection features six episodes of the classic series:Kitty's Kidnap (6/14/1959)Old Fool (8/7/1960)Jedro's Woman (11/6/1960)Kitty Love (2/19/1961)Doc's Visitor (6/11/1961)Letter of the Law (6/18/1961) 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/radi/000814/rt_radi_000814_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Meet Johnny. Odds are you don't know him. Johnny doesn't much care for people and avoids them when he can. He knows everyone suspects him. Try as hard as they might to hide their glances and whispers, they can't fool him. The voices, the demons tell him so. Everyone knows, Johnny. A homeless drifter with lethal compulsions, Johnny finds himself looking for some respite from the voices' prodding in a glass of whiskey in an empty Memphis roadhouse. His efforts to curb his urges to murder are broken when Matt Frost arrives at the roadhouse to escape the despair that has haunted him since the loss of his wife. These two very different men discover common ground in that Tennessee whiskey: Some men drink to drown their sorrows; serial killers drink to quiet their demons. Sorrow and Demons is a creepy and disturbing psychological thriller. This piece of fiction toys with the ideas of religion and insanity and delivers the suspense expected of scary stories. It should appeal to listeners of short stories and horror alike. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Cummings. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/071835/bk_acx0_071835_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Men cheat for a reason...but it may not be reasons you think.Have you ever wondered why men cheat? Is recovery possible after an affair? What are the signs and red flags that you should be looking for when your husband or boyfriend is cheating? All the answer to these questions are here!Eighty-five percent of women who suspect their partner is cheating are right!Are you stressed, anxious, feeling like you're going crazy, can't sleep, wondering what's really going on - if he's been with another woman, or flirting with someone at work or online? Can't stop thinking about the possibility he's committed marital infidelity?For your own sanity, you need answers now:Why Do Men Cheat With Women Who Are Less Attractive Than Their WifeDo Cheating Men Tell The Other Woman That They Love Her?Why Do Men Cheat With Their Wife's Friends?The Seven Reasons Why Men Cheat In Relationships And Break HeartsHow Does a Husband Feel After He Cheated on His Wife?My Opinion Based on ExperienceWhy Won't Someone Caught Cheating Admit to It?I'll Tell You Why They Lie and How to ProceedThe 49 Signs Of A Cheating Partner - Notice These Red Flags Now and Know if Your Partner Is a CheaterPlus tons more of information. Download now to really find out if he's cheating on you.I know exactly how you feel: You feel sick every time you think about it. You feel betrayed, humiliated and ashamed. You feel like a fool. How did this happen?Download your copy today!Take action today and download this book! Do yourself a favor, listen to this book to finally end the emotional turmoil. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Matt Montanez. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/099883/bk_acx0_099883_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Little Darlings is a 1980 teen film starring Tatum O'Neal, Kristy McNichol, Matt Dillon and Armand Assante, directed by Ronald F. Maxwell. The screenplay is written by Kimi Peck and Dalene Young. The original music score is composed by Charles Fox. The film is marketed with the tagline "Don't let the title fool you," a reference to a scene in which Randy comments on Angel's name, to which Angel replies, "Don't let the name fool you." The film was notable for having a contemporary pop soundtrack, with music by artists like Blondie, Rickie Lee Jones and Supertramp. Many songs in the film such as Supertramp's "School", John Lennon's "Oh My Love" and The Bellamy Brothers' "Let Your Love Flow" were removed from home videotape and laserdisc releases due to licensing issues and replaced with sound-alikes. "...Little Darlings somehow does succeed in treating the awesome and scary subject of sexual initiation with some of the dignity it deserves." -- Roger Ebert.
It is a literary event when a genuinely new fictional voice comes along. When that voice achieves its newness not through a certain formal facility but through the freshness of its vision, there is truly something to celebrate. Matt Ruff was only twenty-two when Fool on the Hill was first published, but with his novel he gave us a story that won over readers of every persuasion. Not your usual first effort, Fool on the Hill is a full-blown epic of life and death, good and evil, magic and love.Think of the imaginative daring of Mark Helprin's Winter's Tale. The zany popism of Tom Robbins's Another Roadside Attraction. The gnomish fantasies of J.R. Tolkien. Think of these and you begin to get some idea of one of the most remarkable first novels to come along in years.In the world of Fool on the Hill dogs and cats can talk, a subculture of sprites lives in the shadows and underfoot (if you're the sensitive type, or drunk enough, you might see them cavorting across the lawn), and the Bohemians, a group of Harley- and horseback-riding students dedicated to all things unconventional, hold all-night revels for the glory of their cause.Then there is Stephen Titus George, the novel's youthful hero, who somehow finds himself the main player in a story that began well over a century ago. George is a mild-mannered flier of kites, a sometimes writer of bestselling fiction, and would-be knight looking for a maiden. George will find his girl and the century-old story will provide the proverbial dragon whose slaying will sanctify their love. But it will not be a sword that fells the foe but the transforming power of the imagination.
The Essential Writer's Guide: Spotlight on Matt Ruff, Including His Education, Analysis of His Best Sellers Such as Bad Monkeys, Fool on the Hill, a