Desert Island discussion worksheet By mcyi4cb3 This worksheet is designed to be used alongside the PPT of the same name which can be found on the projectables section. Just curious to hear what other people would list if they could only listen to 10 albums for the rest of their lives. The objective is to reach the centre of the island and identify who is on the desert island. All podcasts and radio stations at one glance. Desert Island Discs is a radio programme which invites guests to imagine they are stranded on a desert island. What are your 10 desert island albums? PJ Harvey "Rid of Me" PJ Harvey's Rid of Me has been an album that I have listened to continuously since it was released in 1993. Based on a BBC Radio show. With younger kids, you could perhaps replace song or book with game. They are asked to choose eight records, a book and a luxury item. Desert Island Discs is a BBC radio program on which guests choose eight records that they'd like to have with them if they were stranded on a desert island. That's why Desert Island Discs is such an extraordinarily successful programme. Mine would be: The Rolling Stones - Exile on Main St. Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights. Apr 16, 2012 - Explore scottm's board "Desert Island Discs" on Pinterest. Speaking on Desert Island Discs which airs on Radio 4 today, the comedian and host of comedy panel game 8 out of 10 Cats told Kirsty Young: “I think anything is fair game for comedy. It was first broadcast on the BBC Forces Programme on 29 January 1942. I’ve jokingly called it “Desert Island Dinners” ;) For those who don’t know, Desert Island Discs is a BBC radio show that has been going since 1942.
The Beautiful Game Famous footballers and commentators that have been cast away to a desert island. The Misplaced team are being sent to a desert island. David Beckham picked out his favourite tunes on Radio 4's 'Desert Island Discs' By casting away the biggest names of the day in science, business, politics, showbiz, sport, and the arts, it presents a cross-sectional snapshot of the times in which we live. Pretty much. For years I listened to the original series of Desert Island Discs on the BBC and always fancied the chance to do likewise. This game is based on the famous BBC radio show (the longest running radio show in the world and still on today), where guest are invited to choose 8 pieces of music they would like to have if they were stranded on a desert island. With younger kids, you could perhaps replace song or book with game. Desert Island Discs: Archive 1976-1980 podcast on demand - Guests are invited to choose the eight records they would take to a desert island I have long been a fan of Desert Island Discs on he BBC So I thought as a thought experiment it might be interesting to see what I would select and to look at my rationale for doing so. They are allowed to take eight pieces of music, a book and an object. So in no particular order of importance. For 70 years now Desert Island Discs has managed that rare feat - to be both enduring and relevant. podcast_desert-island-discs-archive-2_435713614 Mediatype collection Public-format Metadata Animated GIF Thumbnail Item Image Publicdate 2019-09-27 14:28:28 Rating clean Scanner Internet Archive Python library 1.8.5 Software_version iTunes Podcasts Archive 20190830.03 Subject podcast itunes apple Title Desert Island Discs: Archive 2005-2010 Url The objective is to reach the centre of the island and identify who is on the desert island. Naturally, as a shogi fan, I wonder if there are eight games of shogi that are sufficiently puzzling, innovative, exciting, etc, to keep my interest for an indefinite period of solitude. This game is based on the famous BBC radio show (the longest running radio show in the world and still on today), where guest are invited to choose 8 pieces of music they would like to have if they were stranded on a desert island.