Sam develops an interest in gourmet cooking.
Rock, Rock-1980'S, Historic, Historic-1980'S, Airy, Ambient, Ballad, Beautiful, Breathy, Elongated, Relaxed, in a Heartwarming mood, featuring Synth, Drums, Electronic, with a Slow tempo
Drama, Drama-Suspense, Drama-Horror, Cold, Dark, Dreary, Eerie, Horror, Intense, Tension, Sinister, Suspense, Ominous, in a Mysterious, Scary mood, featuring Piano, Synth, with a Slow tempo
Chirped by @nayelicabocla
Chirped by @nayelicabocla
Chirped by @nayelicabocla
Chirped by @OleSchmitt
Join host Stuart McLean and special musical guests Madison Violet from Mabou, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Stuart talks about the morning he went fly fishing on the Margaree River in Cape Breton. And he tells a story about Dave’s old friend Gabriel Dubois.
Rock, Rock-Pop, Top 40, Enthusiastic, Feel Good, Funky, in a Confident, Energetic, Fun mood, featuring Brass, Piano, Electric, Drums, Guitar, Organ, with a Mid tempo
Rock-1990'S, Rock, Religious & Spiritual, Religious-Christian, Rock-Soft Rock, Rock-Pop, Positive, Pleasant, Happy, Uplifting, in a Confident, Positive, Sensitive mood, featuring Bass, Drums, Guitar, Acoustic, Electric, with a Slow tempo
Religious & Spiritual, Religious-Christian, Rock, Rock-1990'S, Rock-Soft Rock, Rock-Pop, Pleasant, Positive, Happy, Uplifting, in a Confident, Positive, Sensitive mood, featuring Bass, Drums, Guitar, Acoustic, Electric, with a Slow tempo
Chirped by @voiceovers
Urban, Confident, Monotonous, Quirky, Repetitive, in a Confident mood, featuring Bass, Drums, Electronic, Keyboard, Synth, Effects, with a Mid tempo
Urban, Confident, Enthusiastic, Positive, Feel Good, Excited, Happy, Bad, in a Confident, Energetic, Fun, Happy, Exciting mood, featuring Bass, Drums, Piano, Acoustic, Brass, Claps, with a Mid tempo
Rock, Positive, Confident, Enthusiastic, Excited, Feel Good, Happy, in a Confident, Energetic, Fun, Exciting, Happy mood, featuring Bass, Brass, Drums, Piano, Acoustic, Guitar, Electric, Claps, with a Mid tempo
Chirped by @Nashblackcat
Join host Stuart McLean and musical guest – Jill Barber for a Remembrance Day Special. Stuart tells us why, every year at this time, he honours one Canadian solider – a man he never met. Originally broadcast: November 8th, 2008
Drama, Drama-Danger, Drama-Tension, Cold, Dark, Dangerous, Detective, Mysterious, Ominous, in a Mysterious mood, featuring Synth, Strings, Percussion, Piano, with a Mid tempo
Cinema, Drama, Drama-Action, Building, Confident, Determined, Dramatic, in a Confident, Powerful mood, featuring Orchestra, Synth, Drums, Tympani, Electronic, Strings, Guitar, Electric, with a Fast tempo
Rock-Southern Rock, Rock, Country, Carefree, Pleasant, Traveling, Feel Good, Confident, Fun, in a Fun mood, featuring Guitar, Electric, Harmonica, Bass, Drums, with a Fast tempo
Rock-Southern Rock, Rock, Country, Carefree, Pleasant, Traveling, Feel Good, Confident, Fun, in a Fun mood, featuring Guitar, Electric, Harmonica, Bass, with a Fast tempo
Allen: God your hair is soft. David: VO5 hot oil.
heavy industrial surreal throbbing piece
surreal throbbing piece
heavy industrial piece
another feel good beat version
very creepy blending pitches and synths
Chirped by @bistum_trier
Join host Stuart McLean and special musical guests: The Abrams Brothers from Picton, Ontario. Stuart tells us why he thinks Picton’s main street is so fabulous – and what other towns and cities could learn from their success. He also tells us about what happens to Dave when he gets stuck in an elevator for hours wi...
Today on the show Stuart McLean pays tribute to Canadian bookstores and booksellers. Stuart calls three of his favourite bookstores and talks to the owners and managers about business and books.
Join host Stuart McLean and musical guest Matt Andersen (recent winner of the International Blues Challenge) for a concert from Campbell River, BC. Stuart talks about why he loves ferry boats, and he tells a new story about Dave’s son Sam, and their neighbor Eugene.
There you go. Money losing face. General losing face. Very hard when Triad tried to sit on it.
val is an idiot
Knox: Yes. Ah, Vale, will you marry me? Vale: Nope. Knox: Will you buy me lunch? Vale: Maybe.
Vicki: Vicki Vale. Bruce: Hi. Bruce Wayne. Vicki: Are you sure?
Viola! You can't mix alcohol with your pills!
Viola, I think you dislocated my vagina.
Viva Las Vegas, baby! Yeah!
Vanessa: Austin? Austin Powers: Vanessa! Uh, it's not what it seems.
Austin Powers: Vanessa! You're a fembot! Vanessa: No shit, Sherlock!
The father must've been huge. You see where the fat has burned to the seat, The polyester shirt? Very modern art. Ha ha ha!
Gabriel: Verify this. Crew member: Good. Gabriel: Get her. Stan: You OK? OK, come on. Gabriel: Stanley, hold up. Good job.
Smiley: Vato was telling the truth. Life's a trip, qu no? Sniper: This is some trippy ass shit, homes.
If you need that authentic British accent for your project, young or old, well that's me. find me on http://www.voices.com/people/carol-ann-nicholls
Viddy well, little brother. Viddy well.
Virginia said I left a stranger and came back a husband.
Very funny, Dad.
Patrick: Listen, Velma, I know That you're a glamorous, mysterious, jet-set adventurer preoccupied with international intrigue and all... Velma: Well, yes. That's me.
Very good, Ensign. You have passed the challenge.
Jim: You're ready to jump up on stage to do that song? Danny: I'm kind of busy here. Jim: Doing what? Danny: Visiting my real friends. Professor Gin and Field Marshall Von Tonic. They're always here for me.
LeBeau: Very simple, Colonel, replace me. Col. Hogan: Find another Frenchman your size who can cook? LeBeau: That would be a problem. Good luck with it.
Hey, hey, hey. Check this out! Look at this! VIP tickets. Backstage passes for Bo Diddley at the Kingston Mines tonight!
Voila! I'm French.
Jim: Oh, come on, you know what I'm talking about. I mean, like a guy who's married with kids and... Doesn't wear velour sweats. Andy: Yeah, but when you run and you're not wearing underwear, it's delicious.
Voice mail? I don't even know what that is. How can you mail a voice?
Vince. I want your ass in aisle five.
I am the combined effort of everyone I've ever known.
Hogan: Very cranky. And his horoscope said he was going to have a good week. Hilda: Well, he takes that very seriously. Every night, he goes to his astrologer. He told him that he might be promoted to general.
Victory is ours.
O'Brien: Vic's matrix is a little different than your standard photokinetic hologram. He can turn himself off. And if he doesn't want to appear he doesn't appear. Nog: You mean, he has free will? O'Brien: Hey, I'm an engineer, not a philosopher.
Spock: Lieutenant... I am half Vulcanian. Vulcanians do not speculate. I speak from pure logic. If I let go of a hammer on a planet that has a positive gravity, I need not see it fall to know that it has, in fact, fallen.
Odd. The expression on that man's face. The mindlessness. Vacant contentment.
Sloan: Very enlightening. You almost made it comprehensible. Bashir: Next time, I'll do the lecture with hand puppets just for you.