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Mullard Luminous Picture Valve presents:


     “As played by the amazing June Barrett with such gleeful, star-quality, damaged ferocity, Icy manages to steal scenes from a memorable gallery of supporting skanks, including thuggish matron Kendal Kaldwell (best known as the ample bikinied lesbo producer coaxing hapless brilliant screenwriter Pia Zadora into a hot tub at the end of Lonely Lady); foul-mouthed shit-starter Aimee Eccles (as Spider), and even raunchy redhead Carole Ita White -who got fired from Laverne & Shirley when all the laughs she was getting as nemesis-nasty Rosie Greenbaum sent Penny Marshall whining to her showrunner brother Garry- but went on to become a grindhouse Bette Midler with other cherished appearances in Chained Heat, Hellhole, The Naked Cage and Savage Streets.”

Here’s the recording* of last night’s (2018-01-12) KNYO and KMEC Memo of the Air: Good Night Radio show ready to download and enjoy.

Or, thanks to Hank Sims of Lost Coast Outpost, you can get it *this other way, from this other place, which you might like better because it offers an instant-play option and isn’t surrounded by confusing flashing ads.

And here are links to a few not necessarily radio-useful but worthwhile items that I set aside for you while putting the show together, found mostly thanks to the fine websites listed to your right:

/Hey, Boy, Hey Boy,/ from The American Astronaut (2001).

Twenty-four new free goddess gifs from Nina Paley. Which one is your favorite? It’s so hard to choose.

In film tropes: Born sexy yesterday.

Rather good lip reading of President Biff singing the Star Spangled Banner.

…But blown out of the water by Beyonce’s /La Fway/. Swallow all the Pepsi in your mouth before you play this, because if you don’t it will shoot out of your nose and ruin the keyboard.

(I started to say the president’s National Anthem was like Eddie Murphy singing /Roxanne/ in /Beverly Hills Cop/, but I guess I misremembered that, because it turns out Eddie Murphy actually knew the words to /Roxanne/ and sang it just fine.)

Tchaikovsky for marbles and magnets.

One of many possible Cantina Song equations. Look around; the same Dani Ochoa also solves the Imperial March equation.

Practical shoes.

What global warming?

Projecting on trees and buildings and also just on fog.

New images, including a new composite/time-lapse fly-by video:

Kalen reacts to cornbread.

Classical fails. Though they’re not all fails. Far from it, in fact. For example, Midori.

Amanda F. Palmer works with cell phone interruption. For the short of attention span, skip ahead to 2:30 or so.

Replicating Rachel.

Alan Rickman (R.I.P.) narrates this charming story.

Donald and John.

“Ya know, Eddie, ya really shouldn’t be taking shots at my car like that, considering what /you’re/ driving.” Thanks, Jack Morton Productions, Inc. That was a thoroughly creepily enjoyable nine minutes. Would go again.

A sort of fretted electric psaltery.


Synchronized snow sissies.

The creature from the lake.

You weren’t supposed to see that photo.

Alien Illuminati shadow government chemtrails of Australia.


When pigs fly.

Double exposure.

Jon Hart’s interesting guitar technique.

Fun palindrome game.

“I honestly think that we are drowning in our own waste. We can hide it to whatever extent we want, but it will come back to us.”

Why conference calls are stupid and why never to do one.

An immersive visualization of the galactic core. Not to be confused with Galorndon Core, nor with Stovokor (where we’ll all meet again, if we die with honor).

The mechanics of history.

1930s Phillips radio factory. This is fascinating. (36 min.)

1925 Making the Synchrophase in Grebeland. (Silent.)

Mullard! Cathode ray tube for the masses! “Oh! Oh! See how the gas jets move in and out to follow the contour of the bulb!”

Two tubes.

“Reading Marx is certainly good advice for any teenager.”

Home Alone Groundhog Day.

Ultimate evil fail.

Gerco de Ruijter 2000 Google Earth aerial images of football fields to make a static montage. The sound is cool too.

Oddly appealing German-language spastic hip-hop dance number.

How to dance all the new dances, including the graceful Watusi Wobble and the Franklyn’s Cigarettes Waltz.

How to operate behind enemy lines. Full film (61 minutes).

Beautiful calm cougar gets a bath and seems to like it. It’s probably drugged.

Planet Coaster is a game where you design roller coasters. Hin Nya made this Aliens-theme one. It’s a 12 minute ride.

“Fuck you, Karen.”

Chicago, Chicago, that toddlin’ town.


Die kleinen Pferde machen.

Cavalcade of Stars (Jerry Lester). Seminal television.

Reimagining classical paintings for the present day. (This is what all forms of self mutilation –piercing, scarification, tattoos– look like to me. There’s this beautiful creature scribbled all over, and stuck through with nails, and with a pair of panties on her head.)

And something good in the world. One small good thing. That’ll have to be enough for you.


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