Episode 133: Imran Yusuf

Episode 133: Imran Yusuf

Welcome to episode 133, recorded “Above the Pub” at McVeigh’s with comedian IMRAN YUSUF!

Imran Yusuf

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Join Imran, Darcy, and I as we cover such weighty topics as:

– Video games. Lots and lots of video games
Alan Partridge and other lame impressions I do
– The London comedy scene and why it’s pretty keen
– Swear words that you can get away with in England, or in Canada if you have an accent

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Music: “one eyed jack” (PMN) by Ray Daytona and the Googoobombos

Special Embed:

Alan Partridge’s Really Bad Program Ideas

Don Cherry and Scott Thompson

Thanks for listening!

  • y’know, take Alan Partridge and slow him down – make him sound a little wasted – and he sounds like Riff Raff from the Rocky Horror Picture show…

    May 6, 2009 at 1:26 pm
  • GB is the island. The UK includes N. Ireland & other bits.

    It’s called diphthong raising (or Canadian raising). Took a linguistics class in Uni and haven’t forgotten that. We shorten the sound of diphthongs (“ow” and “oi” sounds) if they’re followed by a voiceless consonant (like a t, meaning the vocal chords don’t vibrate. The difference between a t and d is that your vocal chords vibrate on a d)

    A Canadian pronounces house and houses differently because of the unvoiced s in house and the voiced s in houses (sounds like a z). An American doesn’t pronounce the vowels any differently. Because they’re not conditioned to it, they can’t say it and; therefore, can’t hear it so they think it’s an “oo”

    how’s that for geeky?

    May 6, 2009 at 4:05 pm
  • here, I’ll cut and paste, since I accidentally put this under #132 comments.

    man, your age is showing (David Gahan!). On the bright side, you’re probably a whiz at 80s trivia…

    Street Fighter 2…yes! my kids love that. Now they’re up to Tekken 5 on the PS2.

    spy hunter – another great. da da da da da da da da. oil slicks and bombs. don’t even need to download it.

    May 6, 2009 at 4:09 pm
  • tva

    And in chirps Shelley:

    “Ok, I’ve got another voice that I’m completely in love with. I swear if you brought Joy and Imran on at the same time, I could completely die happy.

    While I’m not much of a gaming fan (no hand/eye co-ordination to handle the silly things) I do enjoy listening to you boys talk about stuff that I remember from my youth (God, I’m old)

    I will admit, I had no idea about the lead vocalist from Depeche Mode either. Of course, I really don’t like the band……

    There’s something about the way that Imran talks that reminds me of Monty Python – not the accent, just the phrasing and comments. I absolutely love it.

    I laughed at the microwave cookery line.

    And yes, Steve Coogan and Courtney Love were an item back in 2005. Briefly, very briefly.

    I think I’m almost caught up – one episode left and just in time for tomorrows upload!”

    May 14, 2009 at 3:41 pm
  • Thanks for having me on the show, it was a pleasure to meet TVA and Darcy, I had a great time and hope to be back some time in the future to do another podcast.

    May 25, 2009 at 5:43 am
  • tva

    Dude. We’ll definitely have you back on the show.

    Let’s all…drive safe.

    May 25, 2009 at 7:13 pm