Daytime cooking show – Daytime Emmys http://daytimeemmys.tv/ Wed, 11 May 2022 10:04:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://daytimeemmys.tv/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-27-120x120.png Daytime cooking show – Daytime Emmys http://daytimeemmys.tv/ 32 32 Wilmington-filmed PBS TV show ‘Start Up’ earns 3 Emmy nominations https://daytimeemmys.tv/wilmington-filmed-pbs-tv-show-start-up-earns-3-emmy-nominations/ Wed, 11 May 2022 10:04:30 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/wilmington-filmed-pbs-tv-show-start-up-earns-3-emmy-nominations/ A TV show filmed in Wilmington last year has been nominated for three Daytime Emmy Awards, the benchmark for daytime TV awards. The PBS documentary series “Start Up,” which features host Gary Bredow examining the inner workings of small start-ups from across the country, shot five of its 13 episodes in Wilmington last year. These […]]]>

A TV show filmed in Wilmington last year has been nominated for three Daytime Emmy Awards, the benchmark for daytime TV awards.

The PBS documentary series “Start Up,” which features host Gary Bredow examining the inner workings of small start-ups from across the country, shot five of its 13 episodes in Wilmington last year.

These episodes featured Wilmington businesses TRU Color Brewery, Bitty and Beau’s Coffee, End of Days Distillery, Genesis Block Business Development Center, and Sea Love Sea Salt.

The PBS series START UP is set in the Wilmington area filming at the End of Days Distillery in Wilmington.

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the nominations on May 5.

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“Start Up” earned Daytime Emmy nominations for Outstanding Writing Team in a Daytime Nonfiction Program; Outstanding Day Program Facilitator for Host Gary Bredow; and Outstanding Cast, essentially a boost for the companies the show has chosen to focus on.

START UP, an entrepreneurship series airing on PBS, tours the Wilmington area at local breweries, distilleries and coffeehouses.

“I really enjoyed how (the show) highlighted the difficulties and challenges of start-ups, but allowed our company to have a very positive vibe,” said Shane Faulkner of End of Days Distillery to PBS for an article on its website. “The exposure was also a huge plus.”

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Jim R. Roberts of the nonprofit Network for Entrepreneurs in Wilmington said his group was responsible for bringing the show to Wilmington and finding the businesses that appeared there.

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New venue as Doncaster Classic Car and Bike show returns after Covid break https://daytimeemmys.tv/new-venue-as-doncaster-classic-car-and-bike-show-returns-after-covid-break/ Mon, 09 May 2022 12:07:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/new-venue-as-doncaster-classic-car-and-bike-show-returns-after-covid-break/ The Doncaster Classic Car and Bike Show will be held at the Eco Power Stadium on July 9 and will showcase a huge range of vintage motors, attracting hundreds of enthusiasts. In previous years the event has taken place at the Doncaster School for the Deaf. A spokesperson said: ‘This is one of the biggest […]]]>

The Doncaster Classic Car and Bike Show will be held at the Eco Power Stadium on July 9 and will showcase a huge range of vintage motors, attracting hundreds of enthusiasts.

In previous years the event has taken place at the Doncaster School for the Deaf.

A spokesperson said: ‘This is one of the biggest events of its kind in the north of England.

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Doncaster Classic Car and Bike Show returns after a two year break due to Covid.

“We usually have around 600 vehicles on display and 5,000 visitors during the day.

“There will be a huge range of vehicles on display, stalls to browse, food and drink to consume and entertainment for the children. A real family day out with something for everyone.”

Ample free public parking is available.

The event is run by the Rotary Club of Doncaster St George’s and any funds raised after expenses are distributed through its Charitable Trust to local charities and groups and other charitable activities.

The spokesperson added: “So not only will people have a great day, but they’ll help raise money for worthy causes.”

This year’s show kicks off at 10:00 a.m. and showcases a wide range of car and motorcycle makes and models from different eras – ensuring there’s something in store for car and motoring enthusiasts, whatever or the age of the participants.

More information about this year’s show HERE

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The restaurant is aiming to be named Britain’s best Indian takeaway on a TV show https://daytimeemmys.tv/the-restaurant-is-aiming-to-be-named-britains-best-indian-takeaway-on-a-tv-show/ Sun, 08 May 2022 06:23:46 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/the-restaurant-is-aiming-to-be-named-britains-best-indian-takeaway-on-a-tv-show/ A restaurant is battling to be named Britain’s best Indian takeaway in a new TV show. The Sweet Center restaurant in Bradford is one of five restaurants vying for the title of Best Indian in BBC Two’s ‘Britain’s Top Takeaways’. The show, which airs on Tuesday May 10, is part of a 10-episode series presented […]]]>

A restaurant is battling to be named Britain’s best Indian takeaway in a new TV show.

The Sweet Center restaurant in Bradford is one of five restaurants vying for the title of Best Indian in BBC Two’s ‘Britain’s Top Takeaways’.

The show, which airs on Tuesday May 10, is part of a 10-episode series presented by Radio 2 host Sara Cox and comedian Darren Harriott.

Waqar Mughal, from the Sweet Centre, working in the kitchen of Britain’s Top Takeaways

Waqar Mughal and Hamayun Arshad of the Sweet Center competed against representatives of four other restaurants for the crown of best Indian restaurant in the UK.

Each of the five restaurants had to prepare take-out meals which were sent and rated by members of the public, who ate them at home.

The Sweet Center and other representatives must also impress the show‘s guest judges; Manchester Village Spartans Rugby Club players. The challenge was filmed in Manchester in the summer of 2021.

Mr Mughal, chef and manager of the Sweet Center whose grandfather started the business in 1964, did not reveal how they got along on the show, but said it was a great experience to testing itself against other South Asian restaurants.

Mr Mughal was nicknamed Waxi on the show, while Deputy Chief Mr Arshad was known as Mio.

Mr Mughal said: “It’s huge for Yorkshire and for us.

“It was a great experience for us to be on television. It was a remarkable experience. It was amazing.

“It was very intense with the time constraints.

“We have brought a lot to the city since our opening in the early 1960s.

It was really fun working with Sara and Darren. Sara is a young girl from the north and knew all about Yorkshire curry

“There were quite a few places and food that we had to prepare food for. We had to do starters, main courses, vegetarian and miscellaneous dishes.

This isn’t the first time the Sweet Center has been in front of television cameras.

Asian image: Sara Cox and Darren Harriott, British presenters of Top TakeawaysUK Top Takeaways presenters Sara Cox and Darren Harriott

Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman and TV chef Ainsley Harriott visited the restaurant for their BBC daytime show Len and Ainsley’s Big Food Adventure in 2015.

“Britain’s Top Takeaways” airs Monday-Thursday at 8pm on BBC Two from May 9-19.

The themes of the eight-part series will see the following types of takeaways face off; fish and chips, indian, burgers, chicken friend, pizza, mexican, kebabs and noodles.

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Marble Falls VFW Raises Funds with Live Music and Car Show https://daytimeemmys.tv/marble-falls-vfw-raises-funds-with-live-music-and-car-show/ Tue, 03 May 2022 17:53:01 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/marble-falls-vfw-raises-funds-with-live-music-and-car-show/ The Marble Falls Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10376 is hosting several fundraising live music Saturdays as well as a Freedom Rally car show from May 7th to July 23rd. Events are open to the public. The schedule includes: May 7 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. — George Mercado & Vista Realm; admission is […]]]>

The Marble Falls Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10376 is hosting several fundraising live music Saturdays as well as a Freedom Rally car show from May 7th to July 23rd. Events are open to the public.

The schedule includes:

  • May 7 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. — George Mercado & Vista Realm; admission is $10 at the door
  • May 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. — Old School with Elliot Fikes on saxophone; admission is $10 at the door
  • June 4 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. — 2 Timing Country; admission is $10 at the door
  • June 11 Daytime — VFW Freedom Rally Car and Motorcycle Show with Food and Drinks
  • June 11 in the evening — Cold River, Southern Underground and Step Across; admission is $20 at the door
  • July 9 from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. — Niteshift; admission is $10 at the door
  • July 23 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. — North of Luck; admission is $10 at the door

The position is located at 1001 Veterans Drive in Marble Falls. Visit her Facebook page for event details and more information.

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Shetland businesses will be represented at the Highland Show https://daytimeemmys.tv/shetland-businesses-will-be-represented-at-the-highland-show/ Sun, 01 May 2022 08:26:48 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/shetland-businesses-will-be-represented-at-the-highland-show/ It has already been announced that the Cunningsburgh show will return this year. Now plans are in place for companies from the islands to also be represented at the Royal Highland Show. Photo: Jim Nicolson Shetland businesses will be represented at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh in June, as Scotland’s annual celebration of rural […]]]>

Shetland businesses will be represented at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh in June, as Scotland’s annual celebration of rural life returns in person for the first time since the pandemic began.

It follows news earlier this year that the Cunningsburgh Show will be making a long-awaited return.

This year marks the 200th anniversary of the show, which was first held at Canongate, near where the Scottish Parliament currently sits.

Since moving to its permanent home in Ingliston, each region of Scotland has taken its turn to be host and 2022 is the turn of the Highlands and Islands.

Shetland participants include Nielanell Designs in Hoswick, Glansin Glass of Unst, Yala Jewellery, Shetland Reel, Shetland Deli, Island Larder, Nort Finest and Shetland Lamb.

Local artisans and artists will also include Silly Sheep Fiber from Walls.

Honorary Chairman Ewan Macdonald said: “We are extremely proud to have the chance to be the host region in this very special year for the Royal Highland Show.

“And we take this opportunity to demonstrate how we have survived and thrived for centuries in this part of the world, using our natural resources.”

A specially created exhibition will focus on the rural economy, tourism and culture, food and drink, as well as renewable energy and the fight against climate change.

The Shetland Food Truck, sitting next to the marquee, is likely to be a big draw.

Budge sisters Kirsty and Aimee, from Bigton Farm, will hold an ‘In Conversation’ session at the Food for Thought Theatre.

The Royal Highland Show will take place at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, from June 23-26.

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Photos show the booming Charters food and drink festival in Peterborough https://daytimeemmys.tv/photos-show-the-booming-charters-food-and-drink-festival-in-peterborough/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 17:24:03 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/photos-show-the-booming-charters-food-and-drink-festival-in-peterborough/ The International Food and Drink Festival will take place on the bank holiday weekend Photos showed an enthusiastic response to a new food and drink festival in Peterborough. Hosted by Charters Bar, which is based on a boat moored on the River Nene, local businesses have come together to bring their flavors to people. From […]]]>

The International Food and Drink Festival will take place on the bank holiday weekend

Photos showed an enthusiastic response to a new food and drink festival in Peterborough. Hosted by Charters Bar, which is based on a boat moored on the River Nene, local businesses have come together to bring their flavors to people.

From fudge to wine and even delicious Polish sausages, there are plenty of tasty treats on offer at the food and drink festival. The festival kicked off on Saturday April 30 and takes place at their newly expanded beer garden.

The International Food and Drink Festival brings flavors, dishes and desserts from around the world to the people of Peterborough. Whatever your taste buds, there are plenty of options available.

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And when do you fancy a drink? Just head to the bar for one of their award-winning beers, or maybe a cheeky G&T.

Admission to the event is free all weekend. On Saturday evening, daytime music from 2pm to 8pm from the Eclectic Ballroom will be followed by live music from 10pm thanks to Generation 5pan – playing hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.

On Sunday, punters will be treated to Jazz Underground between noon and 3 p.m., with solo artist Dan Poole on stage from 3 p.m. Open from noon to 8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday May 1, it is worth the detour. We’re just jealous that we can’t go!

Some of the amazing treats on offer include:

  • House of Feasts Kiosk Polish Sausages
  • Michelle’s Delicious Dishes featuring foods from around the world
  • Perogarnia with Ukrainian and Polish cuisine
  • Jamaican delights
  • The Pancake Shack
  • Remstone Kitchen will offer West African dishes
  • Fudge Gourmandise
  • And many others !

Check out photos from the first international food and drink festival below:

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‘Better Things’ food: Pamela Adlon breaks down the show’s cooking https://daytimeemmys.tv/better-things-food-pamela-adlon-breaks-down-the-shows-cooking/ Mon, 25 Apr 2022 13:03:46 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/better-things-food-pamela-adlon-breaks-down-the-shows-cooking/ Early on weekend mornings, when her house is still quiet, Pamela Adlon goes to her library, grabs a beloved cookbook or two, and sits down to read. The star of better things, which wraps its five-season run on FX on April 25, Adlon is an avid home cook and proponent of the transformative power of […]]]>

Early on weekend mornings, when her house is still quiet, Pamela Adlon goes to her library, grabs a beloved cookbook or two, and sits down to read. The star of better things, which wraps its five-season run on FX on April 25, Adlon is an avid home cook and proponent of the transformative power of a good recipe.

Her current favorite cookbook “was written by women in a ghetto in Germany,” she says. “I’m very much into shtetl cooking right now, for some reason.” Everyone who watched this season of better things shouldn’t be so surprised, given the delicious borscht she made in Episode 5.

Hearty and intimate, Adlon’s on-screen borscht is emblematic of much of the food from the better things kitchen. It spawned handmade Easter cakes and fancy chilis, Yorkshire puddings and peppermint ice cream. It has also spawned legions of fans who not only love Adlon and better thingsbut also the emotions aroused by the food of the show.

Thrillist spoke to Adlon about food, feelings and why she thinks better things‘ the heart rests right in the middle of Sam’s kitchen.

Thrillist: Why was it so important to you to include food on the show? And not just food, but the act of cooking it, eating it, sharing it, and beyond.
Pamela Adlon: It’s a natural part of my way of becoming a mother. Really, the turning point was when I made the lasagna with Duke in Season 2. [In real life] I had started making lasagna from scratch with fresh pasta sheets and was learning bechamel sauce and all the different kinds of lasagna, like meat vs. no meat. I also learned how to do it by starting in the morning, and that it was a one day process. I wanted to show the process, and I knew I wanted to do the scene with Olivia [Edward, who plays Duke]. Mike [Madison, who plays Max] comes in the room and we say all this crazy shit but we still do the food. So after shooting the scene, I just said, “I’m going to make the lasagna. Shoot me making the lasagna.”

A really fun fact is that one of my cameramen, Forrest Stangel, who’s been with me since the beginning, was a food photographer for Food Network. And so I got this bonus of Forrest being able to take pictures that I love. It was kind of like that perfect lightning-in-a-bottle moment. It was making the lasagna, then interspersing it with Arnold Hall [Rade Serbedzija] steer, and we were off to the races. I never wanted the food to look placed. I always wanted it to look like it was cooked. I want to see steam rising from everything, and I want the pots to be alive. I need water to get out of the sink. I need the light to come on in the fridge. The only thing that is not real, in terms of cooking, on the tray is that the oven does not turn on, but we can use everything else.

You use the show’s kitchen in such a natural way, like you know where everything is and aren’t fumbling around trying to figure out where they put the forks. How did you learn this?
I’ve had times in this kitchen where I’d open drawers and there was nothing I’d find everyone was putting their [script] in a drawer.

It was kind of a jump between season 2 and season 3 when we built the house and the setting, where I said, ‘Don’t have anything that isn’t alive’, whether it’s in the wardrobe or on the counter. Like, I love vintage glass and stuff like that, but they would get these beautiful vintage glass salt and pepper shakers that were 40 years old and from a storage unit. You wouldn’t want to use this salt in anything you’re going to eat or put on your food. I just wanted to have good wine, good olive oil, good balsamic and all the supplies, so much so that at the end of that season when we finished the whole show, the team was able to bring back home all that lovely food and condiments. .

Did you learn anything about staging food from the show? Like, “oh, we should use white plates because food doesn’t look good on dark plates.” “Facing your ladle at the camera”, stuff like that?
It was just that I was extremely picky and my aesthetics of things. If I’m doing something or pouring something into a pot, I’d just wait for the cameramen to adjust to get the best angle where we could see the sunlight come through the window to bounce off the steam, and we could see the food coming. These are all things that I enjoy, because it is an opportunity.

I made an Easter cake for season 3 when we were going to the party. You see Sam making this cake, so I really wanted some chocolate bunnies from Edelweiss, which is that place in LA that’s classic. I used to go there when I was a kid, and that’s where Lucille Ball was inspired to make the conveyor belt chocolate chip from i love lucy. But we shot that scene in the fall, maybe. There were no Easter bunnies in the stores. I said to the prop guy, “Call Edelweiss. I bet we could have a chocolate bunny from Edelweiss.” And then I made the cake and I put the bunny right on top of the cake because I was just making shit. But it looks beautiful, and it looks cool, and it’s also extremely edible.

And that makes sense with what you’re doing on the show, which is intimate, not fussy food. You don’t painstakingly make petit fours or anything like that.
I just thought, “Here is this woman who is a single mother of three and finds the time to provide for her family. It shows people that it’s easy and is actually much more profitable, less expensive and more delicious than taking out food. Food without love has no taste. Someone asked me once a few years ago, “What is your favorite type of food?” and I answered “homemade”. There is nothing better.

When I look better things, I see the kitchen being used as a place where power dynamics can change, like when Sam gets too high and Frankie makes his peppermint ice cream, or when Alex takes over the kitchen in Sam’s absence to make his famous shrimp dish. Does this seem real to you, this transfer of power and stages of life?
I really wanted to show Frankie cooking in Season 3. Sam wakes up at 4 a.m. and smells something, so she goes into the kitchen and Frankie makes carbonara. It is important, when a child of this age knows the techniques of the knife and can cook and create a meal. It was so exciting to see Sam’s child taking over the kitchen.

As for the arrival of Alex, it’s like a horror movie. He reaches into the freezer like he’s going to his underwear drawer, and it stays there forever, just fumbling around before pulling out that shrimp. My editor and I, when we watched this, we screamed. We ate popcorn like we were in a horror movie. It’s Sam’s place, so it’s a whole different vibe when he takes over and it’s a signal of his entitlement as opposed to a power move. I mean, it’s the hub. The heartbeat of this whole house is this kitchen.

Are there any foods you made on the show that you will always associate with the show and your experience there? Or even that you had off-screens that make you think about doing better things?
I’ve incorporated so many of the foods I prepare into the show, it reminds me of my own family and the meals we eat at home.

It’s fun to watch the show as Angeleno and recognize the restaurants you go to. How did you choose what these will be?
I didn’t want it to be like a show where the characters are having lunch and you don’t know where they are. There is no meaning. Even if it’s a restaurant that I made up, like in season 3 when Sam is with Rich and they’re at this Japanese restaurant and he’s like, “Oh, my God, I can never have booking here.” And this family next to them has a garage sale on the table, with toys and books and the mother is reading a story. It’s like, the most disruptive thing, but you’re talking about how the restaurant is, so you have to include all of that.

You don’t just want the food to be meaningless. It is an opportunity in the spectacle, just like music, art, clothing or furniture. Everything is an opportunity to be something that is more than what you settle for.

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We spoke to the Wombats ahead of their Newmarket Nights show this summer https://daytimeemmys.tv/we-spoke-to-the-wombats-ahead-of-their-newmarket-nights-show-this-summer/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/we-spoke-to-the-wombats-ahead-of-their-newmarket-nights-show-this-summer/ The last time chart-topping indie stars The Wombats played a gig at a racetrack, luck deserted bassist Tord Overland Knudsen and every horse he had a flutter on failed to net him. of earnings. So when he shows up at Newmarket Racecourses with his band this summer, he hopes to arrive early and recoup some […]]]>

The last time chart-topping indie stars The Wombats played a gig at a racetrack, luck deserted bassist Tord Overland Knudsen and every horse he had a flutter on failed to net him. of earnings. So when he shows up at Newmarket Racecourses with his band this summer, he hopes to arrive early and recoup some of the lost money!

Promoted by The Jockey Club Live, Newmarket Nights combines live horse racing with live music, bringing together a host of big names to perform after betting slips have been torn up in dismay or gleefully exchanged for a wad silver. Among those acts are The Wombats, who appear in Newmarket on Friday, August 5.

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“It’s exciting to do gigs in places that aren’t necessarily a typical gig venue,” Tord said as he looked ahead to the summer show.

“We’ve done a lot of academies and festivals, but it’s really cool to do gigs in other places. We played at Lingfield a few years ago, which is a similar vibe, which was really fun.

“During the day we went to the races. It was really cool to see everyone dress up and bet – I didn’t win. So I don’t know if I’m going to bet on this time – maybe that I will have to do it to see if I have a little better luck this time.

“At Lingfield we spent the whole day there so that’s why we got involved. I’m not quite sure what our schedule will be this time but hopefully we can get involved. This would be good.”



Tord Øverland-Knudsen of the Wombats at the Reading Festival in 2018

The Wombats – Tord, singer/guitarist Matthew Murphy and drummer Dan Haggis – have surpassed 1.5 billion streams worldwide and latest album Fix Yourself, Not The World has topped the UK charts. Started when everything was normal in the world and completed with the world in the throes of the pandemic, the group had never made a record in this way before – even if the three former students of the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts all live in different countries these days.

“I live here in Oslo, Dan is in London and Murph is in LA,” Tord said, “so we’re pretty spread out to be honest. We’ve been working as a band and living in different cities since the second album, which either Murph in London or Dan in Paris.

“There’s always been someone who lived in a different city, so we’re used to that. The difference with the lockdown was that we couldn’t meet in the same place – all the time whether we were writing or recording, we were meeting in London or Los Angeles.

“We went to LA to write a lot of songs. We managed to do three trips and the last trip was in February 2020 and quickly after that we went into lockdown here and then England followed for a few more weeks But we managed to figure out how to get around this problem. We did a lot of sessions on Zoom and we also worked a lot individually.

Lockdown restrictions meant the band had to find new ways to work if they wanted to release the record. – and they did.

“Doing a writing session on Zoom is something I never thought possible in the past,” admitted Tord. We’ve always thought we should travel and be in the same place – which is obviously a better way to do it, but the pandemic has shown there are so many other ways to do things. You will find a way. It taught us a lesson, if you will, that it is possible.

It also meant that, for the first time, the three members of the group were not in the same room for the recording of an album.

“I managed to get to London just before the second lockdown, Tord recalls, “and then I was in London for four weeks during the second lockdown at a recording studio. Murph never managed to leave LA basically for two years, so it was pretty intense, but it was cool, we made the most of it.



The Wombats' new album hit No. 1 on the UK charts in its first week
The Wombats’ new album hit No. 1 on the UK charts in its first week

“The jet lag is something that was difficult. You wanna do something together when we’re recording the album but we were doing drums and bass during the day and then when it came around 7 or 8 at night Murph and his engineer would hook up.

“We were talking about what we were doing and sending the files and he was doing the vocals. Then we went back to bed. It was pretty effective because suddenly you had about 20 hours a day that you could record.

All of that effort paid off, however, with the album rising to the coveted No. on more than one occasion.

“We were so thrilled with that,” Tord said. “We never thought we’d be able to reach number 1 so we’re really happy. We’re still hungry and when you say ‘almost 20 years’ I think ‘can it really be that long? ‘

“It’s been a long time, but I still feel like we’re excited to play and make music. We’ve got all this creative energy that’s yet to come out. I feel like we’re just getting started, really. I feel like we have the energy and the creative spark to keep going.

The viral success of 2015’s Greek tragedy on Tik Tok helped propel them to the top, delighting a whole new generation of fans.

“It went viral, which made us reach a different audience,” Tord said, “maybe more a pop audience and a younger generation, of course.”

And Tord expects that to be reflected in the Newmarket audience.

“It feels like it’s been passed on to the next generation, whether it’s older siblings passing it on to younger siblings or even parents passing it on to their children.” , did he declare.

“It’s a very diverse audience when we play shows. We see the older generation at the back and they gradually get younger and younger as they move forward. It’s exciting to connect with all kinds of age groups.

Much of the Wombats’ current success should also be attributed to their constant desire to keep things fresh and never shy away from new ideas.

“I like to think the creative process is very free in the sense that it doesn’t have to be one thing or another,” Tord said. “Every time we start something I feel like it’s completely different from anything we’ve done before. Nothing is too ridiculous.



The Wombats play at Reading
The Wombats play at Reading

“Especially on this album, I felt like ‘Let’s do something completely different’, let’s start with a low-fi hip-hop beat that we did on Methods of the Madness. Let’s change halfway through the song, change the beat and go somewhere completely different.

“I feel like we’re constantly evolving and progressing, exploring new horizons and finding new ways to entertain and excite ourselves. It’s definitely a conscious effort to make it fresh and exciting by going to places where we have never been before This is important because if you go straight back to your default it can be a bit the same and boring.

“But we still appreciate pure pop songs, it’s not like we’re bothered by our past. We’re not afraid of something that sounds very Wombatesque. It’s not necessarily a negative thing. But in an album context, you need different types of songs. I think as we got older we got better at finding all these different ways to create an album and make it more exciting as a whole.

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Piers Morgan ‘storms’ another ITV show in heated debate with Lorraine Kelly https://daytimeemmys.tv/piers-morgan-storms-another-itv-show-in-heated-debate-with-lorraine-kelly/ Fri, 22 Apr 2022 11:23:26 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/piers-morgan-storms-another-itv-show-in-heated-debate-with-lorraine-kelly/ Piers Morgan has done it again. The controversial TV personality has brought the drama back to our screens after storming off to another set in her first daytime appearance on ITV since last year. The broadcaster appeared on the Lorraine show yesterday to discuss his explosive interview with former President Donald Trump. Piers joined Lorraine […]]]>

Piers Morgan has done it again. The controversial TV personality has brought the drama back to our screens after storming off to another set in her first daytime appearance on ITV since last year.

The broadcaster appeared on the Lorraine show yesterday to discuss his explosive interview with former President Donald Trump. Piers joined Lorraine on the couch ahead of the launch of her new show, Piers Morgan Uncensored, which is due to air on April 25.

The Scottish presenter gave Piers a hard time as they discussed the presidential interview as well as the infamous moment he stormed Good Morning Britain following a row with weather presenter Alex Beresford . Ironically, the heated conversation led to Piers leaving the set in another huff.

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At the time, Piers was under fire for saying he didn’t believe Meghan Markle’s claims about mental health issues in his Oprah interview, with his comments leading to the most complaints to the public. ‘Ofcom story, reports CoventryLive.

Voices were raised as Lorraine said, “It was your fault though, because you stormed out. If you hadn’t come out, this wouldn’t have happened.” To which Piers replied, “I didn’t go out”, causing Lorraine to shout, “You did!” Piers continued, “Put the video of me coming home. I came back that day. I came home and finished that show. And then I chose not to apologize and leave. “

Lorraine then gestures, “You can leave now”, to which Piers stands up and yells, “I’m going with a bang!” as he leaves the set and concludes the interview. “He can’t help it,” Lorraine says, but apparently it was all a joke. Does anyone leave the set normally when Piers is around? Apparently not.

Piers Morgan announced on Twitter that he was dropping the name of his first interview for his new talk show on Wednesday night. Arriving on TalkTV on April 25, the tweet promised the interview would make “world news around the world.”

The teaser clip was released at 9 p.m., revealing it during a meeting with former United States President Donald Trump. Trump is shown in the footage saying, “OK, Piers, I’m ready,” as the pair sit face-to-face for the interview.

The 30-second clip cuts Trump saying, “I’m a very honest man, much more honest than you.” The interview seems to go downhill towards the end of the teaser, as we see Trump waving around saying, “Very dishonest, let’s end the interview. Turn off the camera.”

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Arts, crafts and entertainment are all part of the new Sugar Show coming to Alva – Pratt Tribune https://daytimeemmys.tv/arts-crafts-and-entertainment-are-all-part-of-the-new-sugar-show-coming-to-alva-pratt-tribune/ Wed, 20 Apr 2022 12:07:24 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/arts-crafts-and-entertainment-are-all-part-of-the-new-sugar-show-coming-to-alva-pratt-tribune/ By Valarie Case Nescatunga Arts and Humanities Council VCase@nwosu.edu A full day of arts, crafts and entertainment is planned for the town square in Alva, Oklahoma on Saturday, June 4. The 51st Nescatunga Arts Festival will kick off the day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., followed by the Salt Fork June Jam which will […]]]>

By Valarie Case Nescatunga Arts and Humanities Council VCase@nwosu.edu

A full day of arts, crafts and entertainment is planned for the town square in Alva, Oklahoma on Saturday, June 4.

The 51st Nescatunga Arts Festival will kick off the day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., followed by the Salt Fork June Jam which will take place at the closing of the arts festival until 9 p.m.

Registration for the arts festival is open to artists and artisans, and a form can be found online at www.nescatunga.org. The deadline for early bird registration is May 20. Booth space for fine arts or crafts is $25 for the first space and $15 for each additional space. Booth space charges will double after this date.

Fine art categories include oil/acrylic, watercolour, pastels, mixed media, graphics/pen and ink/pencil, printing, photography, pottery, sculpture (wood, metal, mineral), textile arts such as quilting/weaving/basketry and designer. arts and jewelry. Book authors are also welcome.

Craft categories include wooden toys/furniture, ceramics/glass, clothing, stuffed animals, decorative items, jewelry, artisan foods, repurposed items, homewares/accessories and other items.

Fine performers are only eligible for one prize money and ribbons in each category. Prizes will include a Best of Show prize of $200; first place $150; second place $100; and third place $75. The festival judge may award any place to an entry based on merit, and if, in the judge’s opinion, none of the entries in a category meet the standards of excellence, no prize will be awarded.

High school and college student artwork will be judged for a possible first place and a $25 prize. No registration fees are charged to students.

All works must be those of the exhibitor and artists must be present for works to be judged.

Artists and artisans must provide their own exhibition set-up, tables, chairs, etc. All booths will be set up on the north side of the courthouse lawn. Arts festival organizers ask that booths remain in place until 3 p.m., but are welcome to remain all evening during the June Jam.

Food stalls help fund the festival and scholarships

Rather than having a variety of food stalls on the festival lawn, this year a breakfast-themed stall will be offered and begin serving at 8 a.m. in the square.

The gourmet food kiosk serving baked goods from several volunteers will be back as this kiosk is one of the committee’s biggest fundraisers. Local bakers who would like to donate a bakery item to the booth should contact Nicki Chaffee at (580) 430-5450.

These food stalls help the organization fund scholarships for local arts students each year, as well as fund the Arts Festival, Sugar Show, First Friday Art Walk at Runnymede and others. activities.

Family activities Several family activities will also be available in the town center square during the day. Available will be face painting by CAKE FACE Face Painting, an inflatable obstacle course, train rides, Port-A-Petting with Bradt’s Menagerie, oversized Jenga sets, and multiple cornhole sets.

Courthouse Quilt Show

Family fun activities

The annual Quilt Show will be held at the Woods County Courthouse in the Town Center Square on the same day. Anyone interested in exhibiting a quilt should contact Rose Mary McFall at (580) 829-3011 by May 20.

Sugar Show is a new attraction

A new arts festival attraction this year is a Sugar Show competition for food artists to create decorated cakes, cookies and cupcakes. Decorated cakes must have at least two tiers, and a dozen decorated cookies and cupcakes must be created.

There will be three divisions: Professional, which can enter with inedible “dummy” cakes; and budding artists and students, who will showcase edible items.

Entries will be judged on six criteria: overall appearance, number of techniques used, accuracy, originality of design, and level of difficulty.

There will be a first prize in each category, as well as an audience prize. The entry fee for this contest is $10 per category or free for students. The prize will be $50 for first place in each category for Professionals and Aspiring Artists, or $10 for first place for Students.

Questions regarding the Sugar Show should be directed to April Ridgway at (580) 917-0101 or maxandapril@hotmail.com.

Animations being programmed

Naicee (Gugelmeyer) Sutter has several performers scheduled for the day, including:

The Vintage Wildflowers, an Irish and Celtic trio that features many different instruments and vibrant harmony vocals from Tulsa, plus the Cheyenne Tribal Dancers and Borderline Bluegrass. Local favorites include Nick and Cara Bradt, Fred Riggins, Miss Kim’s Dance Studio, Drew Faulkner, Angie May and Emma Cline.

Event Questions

For more information about the arts festival, contact the Alva Chamber of Commerce at (580) 327-1647 or email the festival committee at NescatungaArts@yahoo.com. Further information is also available on the website or by visiting the festival’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/nescatungaarts.

Questions regarding the June Jam should be directed to the Graceful Arts Gallery and Studio at (580) 327-2787 or gracefulartscenter@gmail.com.

The Nescatunga Arts Festival is sponsored by the Nescatunga Arts and Humanities Council, Inc., in cooperation with the Alva Chamber of Commerce and the Alva City Tourism Committee.

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