Resonance FM S2 E15
22 December 2015
The glass is tall
Daniel Ruiz Tizon, a man on his fifth nose, is, he’d like the world to know, Available, and dissecting the minutiae of everyday life.
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Daniel Ruiz Tizon is Available – Bumper Christmas Annual
A 90 minute Christmas special in front of a specially invited studio audience sees Daniel and engineer number one Chris Dixon joined by Katherine Johnston from fellow Resonance show, Very Loose Women.
Acclaimed podcasters Jack McInroy and Steve Walsh from South London Hardcore will be bringing us their south London christmas memories and a round up of christmas in the eleven recognised boroughs. Writer-performer Roisin Rae will tell us why she likes Christmas traditions and novelist, the lovely Mr William Stafford gives us a Christmas ghost story. And last but not least, the contrasting physiques of The Kid and Micky Boyd will be live in the studio telling you how to lose those extra Christmas pounds.
Follow Daniel on Twitter @1607WestEgg
Engineer: Chris Dixon
7.00am – In the Wild Dolphins with Robin Williams (1994) Documentary (Jack McInroy)
8.00am – Home Alone (1990) (The Kid) An 8-year-old boy who is accidentally left behind while his family flies to France for Christmas must defend his home against idiotic burglars.
9.50am – Tom and Jerry – The Night Before Christmas (1941) (Me)
'Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro' the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. But Jerry emerges from his hole avoiding a Christmas-themed mousetrap placed by his hole.
10am The Littlest Hobo (Chris Dixon)
10.30am Blankety Blank Christmas Special with Terry Wogan (Chrissie Plummer)
11am Star Wars Christmas Special (@eops)
12pm Muppet Christmas Carol (1992) (@NickMB) The Muppet characters tell their
version of the classic tale of an old and bitter miser's redemption on Christmas Eve.
1.25pm Christmas Appeal from @boydie71 for his favourite Endangered Hirsute Beefcakes
charity – filmed in the garage where he works out on the Kent, south east London
1.30pm Charlie Brown Christmas Special (Steve Walsh)
2.10pm World’s Strongest Man (@paulsdavies)
3.30pm Doctor Who with David Tennant (@NickMB)
4.00pmLarry Grayson’s Generation Game Christmas Special (@HiggsBoson1)
5.30pm Happy Days. ‘Guess Who’s Coming to Christmas?’ (Me)
The Fonz is all alone at Christmas but he’s too proud to let anyone invite him over to spend it with their families.
6.00pm Eastenders 1986 Christmas Special Part 1 (Katherine Johnston)
First of a two-part classic EastEnders episode written by the late Tony Holland that
broke the record for British soap viewing. Over 30 million people tuned in on
Christmas Day 1986 to see Dirty Den give divorce papers to his long suffering wife
Ange. But it isn't all fun and frolics, as Arthur Fowler finds Christmas cheer all too
6.30pm Porridge (Film, 1979) (@mostlygrumpy) Long time Slade prison inmate Fletcher is ordered by Grouty to arrange a football match between the prisoners and an all-star celebrity team. Fletcher is unaware that the match is only a diversion so that an escape can take place.
8.00pm Eastenders 1986 Christmas Special Part 2 (Katherine Johnston)
8.30pm Steptoe and Son – A Perfect Christmas (1974) (@boydie71)
Harold wants to go to Switzerland for Christmas whilst Albert, as usual, prefers Bognor, though he is persuaded to go provided they sail, rather than fly. However he has no passport and when Harold finds his birth-certificate in order to get him one, it turns out that Albert is the illegitimate son of the muffin man and the picture of his supposed father is really Gladstone.
9.15pm The Corridor People (@gomesharris)
A short-lived surreal detective adventure centred around the exploits of security agents Scrotty & Kronk and their battles with the evil but seductive Syrie Van Epp.
10.15pm – The Haunting (1963) (@the_overfed)
A scientist doing research on the paranormal invites two women to a haunted mansion. One of the participants soon starts losing her mind.