The Hour: Jake Gyllenhaal Jake Gyllenhaal on his abs, accent and love of the desert in "Prince of Persia."
Lily Allen on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca She's been called a lot of things... some not so flattering, one things for sure, she's got a way with words. The Myspace generation pushed Lily Allen to Stardom and she doesn't seem to have any trouble staying there. Her new cd is out, 'It's Not Me, It's You.'
Tom Cruise on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos Part 1 www.cbc.ca Tom Cruise dropped by The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos to talk about his new movie Valkyrie. Everything from his early career, late career, Katie Holmes, Suri, and Scientology is talked about. Find out what Tom Cruise has to say about Sean Peen, Jack Nicholson, Robert Duvell, his role in Tropic Thunder, and Scientology!
Alexander Ovechkin on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos Alexander Ovechkin, drafted 1st overall by the Washington Capitals, rookie of the year, and possibly the NHL's MVP, is on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos.
TRAPPED IN AN ELEVATOR FOR 41 HOURS READ THE STORY: Accompanying video to Nick Paumgarten's piece "Up and Then Down" from the April 21st issue of The New Yorker. Footage of Nicholas White trapped in an elevator in the McGraw-Hill Building. Music: "The Storm Begins," by Jennifer Haines. TheNew Yorker is a weekly magazine with a signature mix of reporting on national and international politics and culture, humor and cartoons, fiction and poetry, and reviews and criticism of books, movies, theatre, classical and popular music, television, art, and fashion.
New Order - 60 Miles an Hour "60 Miles an Hour" was the second single to be released from the 2001 New Order album Get Ready, and entered the UK charts at number 29.
Tony Robbins on The Hour www.cbc.ca Inspirational life coach, Tony Robbins, is on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos.
Gordon Lightfoot on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos Gordon Lightfoot, prolific Canadian Singer/Songwriter is on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos. This guy is so good, Elvis, Bob Dylan, and Johnny Cash did covers of his song.
Gary Bettman on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca For traditional hockey fans, Gary Bettman isn't exactly 'Mr. Popularity.' In 1993, he became NHL commissioner with a mandate to grow the game. So, how's he done? Well, under Bettman, the NHL has added six teams - most of them in the southern United States, while both Quebec and Winnipeg moved south. When Bettman took over, the league's revenue was 400 million dollars a year. Now, it's more than two billion. But some of those US teams are struggling, especially Nashville and Phoenix - which is said to be in real trouble. There was also the lockout that shut down the entire '04-05 season. Bettman has also had to deal with a few hits to the NHL's image. There was the "Bertuzzi Moore" incident, Sean Avery's comments and most recently - with the death of Don Sanderson in a senior league game, there are questions about whether the NHL should ban fighting.
The Hour: Slash Slash on rock stars Fergie, Dave Grohl and his CD "Slash."
Lamb of God - 11th Hour - Music Video The official Lamb of God 11th Hour music video.
Ricky Gervais on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos From The Office and Extras, Ricky Gervais, famous English comedian and writer is on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos.
On The Hour: Season 1 Episode 1 Part 1 Part one of episode one of the landmark series on BBC Radio 4. Starring Chris Morris, Steve Coogan, Patrick Marber, David Schneider, Doon Mackichan and Rebecca Front. Written by Chris Morris, Armando Iannucci, Steven Wells, Andrew Glover, Stewart Lee, Richard Herring and David Quantick. Credit to Cook'd and Bomb'd for the audio edits.
Paul Rudd and Jason Segel on The Hour with Strombo www.cbc.ca Paul Rudd and Jason Segel, from the upcoming movie, "I Love You Man" and "Forgetting Sarah Marshall", are on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos.
Megadeth - In My Darkest Hour Music video by Megadeth performing In My Darkest Hour (Broadcast Video) (2006 Digital Remaster) ().
Within Temptation - Our Solemn Hour - Black Symphony Trailer First trailer of the Black Symphony DVD, out September 22nd, 2008. Make sure to add the video to your own profile!
Pearl Jam - Man of the Hour "Big Fish" soundtrack & 2004's hits collection Tidal waves don't beg forgiveness Crashed and on their way Father he enjoyed collisions; others walked away A snowflake falls in may. And the doors are open now as the bells are ringing out Cause the man of the hour is taking his final bow Goodbye for now. Nature has its own religion; gospel from the land Father ruled by long division, young men they pretend Old men comprehend. And the sky breaks at dawn; shedding light upon this town They'll all come 'round Cause the man of the hour is taking his final bow Goodbye for now. And the road The old man paved The broken seems along the way The rusted signs, left just for me He was guiding me, love, his own way Now the man of the hour is taking his final bow As the curtain comes down I feel that this is just goodbye for now.
BB King Stevie Ray Vaughan Etta James - Midnight Hour Great group of people here, best song of this concert imo. Check out SRV looking for permission from the King to play a solo....the King bows his head...and there he goes! :) Ebony Showcase Theatre in Los Angeles, April 15th 1987
Sean Avery on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca Born in Pickering, Ontario, he started his career with the Detroit Red Wings. The next season, he was traded to the LA Kings, and built a reputation as a tough guy to play against and someone who speaks his mind. Some people loved his style. Others? Not so much. Sean got hit with the label "Most Hated Man in the NHL." Fast-forward to 2007, Sean went to the New York Rangers and established himself as a valuable player, not just a *** disturber. But in last season's playoffs Sean stirred things up again - screening New Jersey's Martin Brodeur like it had never been done before. The NHL wasn't amused and had to create a new rule to stop it. Off the ice, Sean is a character too. He loves the Hollywood life, he's dated celebrities and spent this past summer as an intern at Vogue. This year, Avery's starring in two new lineups - the GAP fall 2008 campaign and the Dallas Stars, after he was signed by his former roommate, general manager Brett Hull.
deadmau5 "16th hour" deadmau5 "16th hour" from Ultra Records. This will be on his upcoming album 'For Lack of a Better Name' out 9/22/09.
Mafiaboy on The Hour with Stromboulopoulos www.cbc.ca In 2000, a hacker made history - when big-time websites like CNN, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay ground to a halt. Just a harmless prank, right? Think again. Reports at the time claimed it cost the companies more than a billion dollars, and panic set in. In the days after the web attacks President Bill Clinton held a special cyber security summit at the White House. And the FBI and the RCMP were on the case. In the end, the Mounties got their man, only he wasn't quite a man yet. He turned out to be a 15 year old kid from Montreal who goes by the handle "mafiaboy." When the dust cleared, he ended up serving 8 months in a youth detention centre, plus a year's probation. Mafiaboy's real name is Michael Calce and to date, he's never told his story - how he did it and why. He's turned down every interview request since his arrest - until now.
David Byrne on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca David Byrne is one of the most creative all-around artists alive. In the early '70s, David formed the 'Talking Heads', which went on to become one of the most influential groups in music. They were anti-corporate, experimental and helped revolutionize music videos. In 2002, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. David's been honoured by the Grammy's, Golden Globes and has even won an Oscar for 'The Last Emperor' soundtrack. He's also an accomplished visual artist - turning an entire building into a giant musical instrument and designing a series of bike racks for New York City. These days, he's teamed up again with music whiz Brian Eno. They've put out a new album together called 'Everything That Happens Will Happen Today' Brian did the music, David the lyrics and voice. They're calling it gospel-folk-electronic.
Halo 3 OST - [The Storm] This is The Hour Halo 3 Original Soundtrack - The Storm. This is the Hour
Larry King on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca Larry King is a broadcasting institution. Tens of thousands of interviews, more than half a century on the air. The famous and the infamous, the scandal-plagued and the powerful - they've all told their stories to Larry. As a kid, Larry dreamed of working in radio, but didn't have the grades to go to college. So, he hoofed it to Miami at 22 and landed a gig doing odd-jobs at a small radio station. When an announcer walked off the job, Larry ended up on-air for the first time. That was May 1st, 1957. Over the next decade, he built his reputation - interviewing the likes of Jackie Gleason, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King. But Larry was a gambler and a big spender and in the early 70's he plead no contest to passing bad cheques. But Laryy bounced back - eventually landing a national late night radio call-in show. That led to his move to TV and the launch of 'Larry King Live' in 1985. The show was a hit and Larry became one of CNN's first stars. But it hasn't always been easy - in '87, he suffered a life-changing heart attack and over the years he's been married seven times to six women - with kids ranging in age from 8 to 50. He tells the whole story in his new autobiography 'My Remarkable Journey.'
Kings of Leon - The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca How did a bunch of home-schooled boys from Tennessee go on to sell out stadiums around the world? Well, Caleb, Nathan and Jared Followill are brothers and along with their first cousin Matthew they are 'Kings Of Leon.' The brothers grew up driving across the south with their dad - a Pentecostal preacher. They didn't really have a home, they lived on the road, going from one church service to the next, sleeping in hotels, churches, even their car. They didn't listen to rock music, or watch TV. But just over ten years ago, everything changed. Their dad left the church and divorced his wife. So, the boys started to get into music, formed a band and by 2002, 'Kings of Leon' had interest from nine labels. After a bidding war, the guys released their debut EP in 2003. Five years of touring and four records latern'Kings of Leon' sells out arenas now, in under an hour. They're huge in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. And are starting to hit it big in the US. They've opened for U2, Bob Dylan and Pearl Jam. 'Rolling Stone' magazine recently asked "How good can these guys get?"nTheir new album is called 'Only By The Night.' It debuted in the top 5 in Canada, with the hit single '*** on Fire.'
Scorpions Hour 1 music video Scorpions hour1 from the new album Humanity hour 1 being released may 15th 2007 unofficial, fan creation music video!!!!
Power Hour - Kanye West Parody Click to RT bit.ly BUY THE POSTER bit.ly TRACK DOWNLOAD Kanye West's vision, as seen through the lens of party dudes. I recommend that you watch this in 720p HD. The original, for those who haven't seen it yet Track written and performed by Destorm Power ( ). He is awesome. Go and subscribe! Special thanks to Lauren Haroutunian, Jimmy Wong, Tyler Gattoni, Kyle Beck, Nathalia Santoro, Emanuelle Perez, Dan Johnson, and Brian Firenzi --- The best way to be notified of new videos is to subscribe, or... Follow me on Twitter Check out my Facebook --- Lyrics I'm looking at that third or fourth Hennessy Doin' something mean to it Keg stand, better than anybody you seen do it Kings on the table, bars goin supply you with more beer so you party the way that I do it no one touch those drinks cuz they ours how you tipsy? it's only been 2 hours now you sipping while I still devour (gimme one more drink it's power hour) the top is broke and my cans closed, I rip it open shotgunning these beers from where I put the hole in now! my wizard staff the longest and were play beer pong up until the morning Edward Fortyhands got the weakest going saw some guy just earl, guess he couldn't hold his punk! can someone console him? he just drank too much he needs a moment no one touch those drinks cuz they ours how you tipsy? it's only been 2 hours while i'm tipping the bartender's smilin' Pour me one more drink it's power hour
Lewis Black on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca Lewis Black - a man who is not afraid to say, or yell, or shout, or rant, whatever is on his mind. Lewis' comedy is fueled by genuine outrage at the lunacy of American society. Born and raised in and around Washington, DC., his dad introduced him to theatre and Lewis planned on spending his life as a playwright. In the 80's, he moved to New York, where he wrote and directed for the stage. He often MC'd before his plays and next thing ya know - he's doing stand up. Eventually, he caught the eye of Hollywood producers, made some appearances in movies like "Hannah And Her Sisters" and "Jacob's Ladder", then, in 1997, Lewis got his big break. He scored a segment on the 'Daily Show' called "Back in Black". Those appearances have made Lewis a star. Since then, he's had his very own comedy specials, released a bunch of CD's and even won a Grammy for best comedy album. That was for his work 'The Carnegie Hall Performance". These days, Lewis has his own show "The Root of All Evil".
James Cameron on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca 11 Oscars - including best picture and best director. So, how did James get here. Well, he grew up in a small Ontario town - Chippawa. And from a young age, he was obviously talented. When he was 15, he saw Stanley Kubrick's film, 2001: A Space Odyssey. And James knew he wanted to make movies. Eventually, he went to college... Dropped out... And bounced around between jobs How did a small town kid from Chippawa, Ontario go on to dominate Hollywood and win 11 Oscars in the process? Well, for James Cameron it started in 1981 - when he made his directorial debut, with 'Pirahna Two: The Spawning.' and if you're wondering, yes - it's bad as it sounds. From there, he wrote the screenplay for 'Rambo: First Blood Part Two' and subsequently directed 'The Terminator'. Along the way, James wrote and directed another classic - 'Aliens,' with Sigourney Weaver. Plus, there was 'The Abyss', 'True Lies' and every 'Terminator' sequel including the upcoming 'Terminator Salvation.' Since the late 90's, James has put off Hollywood films to make documentaries. But now, he's got another huge feature in the works... 'Avatar' - a computer generated 3D epic due to be released late next year.
Gordon Ramsay on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca Gordon Ramsay started his professional life with the Glasgow Rangers, in the Scottish premier soccer league. Kitchens and cooking weren't even on his radar until a knee injury ended his career. After making the switch from soccer to fine dining, he worked his way up in British and French restaurants. By 26, he was running his own kitchen and around that time, Britain's Channel 4 produced a documentary on Gordon called 'Boiling Point.' That opened the door to a TV career, that started with 'Kitchen Nightmares.' Then, there was 'Hell's Kitchen' and now his latest - 'The F-Word.' Along the way, Gordon built an empire. He became a multi-millionaire, with dozens of restaurants around the world and he's written more than 10 books. His most recent is called 'Gordon Ramsay's Healthy Appetite.'
Joshua Jackson on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca Joshua Jackson has managed to pull off what a lot of actors don't. He went from being a *** idol, to a serious actor working with some of Hollywood's biggest stars. Joshua got his start at age 9, when he landed the role of 'Charlie' in that Emilio Estevez classic "Mighty Ducks." That film was a hit and he went on to star in the sequels. By 1998, they knew who he was down in Hollywood so he landed the 'Dawson's Creek' gig and for six seasons, he was pretty much every ***age girls' "imaginary" boyfriend. Along the way he starred in movies like "Scream 2" and "Skulls." He played a gay ***ager in "Cruel Intentions" along with the lovely Sarah Michelle Gellar. When Dawson's Creek ended in 2002 Josh went on to look for "more mature" films. There was "I Love Your Work" alongside Giovanni Ribisi and Christina Ricci. 'Aurora Borealis' with Donald Sutherland and Juliette Lewis and 'Bobby' with Anthony Hopkins and Helen Hunt. Last year, Joshua returned to TV as Peter Bishop, in the series "Fringe." He also came back to Canada to star in the road movie "One Week" - a film about a young man's motorcycle trip from Toronto to Vancouver.
Bill Maher and Larry Charles on The Hour with Strombo www.cbc.ca What do the sharpest satirical minds working in television today have to say about religion? Well, if you ask Bill Maher and Larry Charles, the answer would be "a lot". Maher is known for holding nothing back on his former talk show 'Politically Incorrect' and his current one, 'Real Time.' Larry Charles made his name as a writer and producer on shows like 'Seinfeld', 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' and 'Entourage.' Oh, and he also directed a little movie called 'Borat.' Now, Maher and Charles have joined forces in a new documentary called 'Religulous.' Now, if you're still wondering where Maher and Charles stand, let's just say they might have to dodge a few lightning bolts if they're wrong...
Dana White on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca In 2001, Dana White became president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. The company was 44 million dollars in the hole. Fast forward to 2006. The UFC set a pay-per-view sales record - raking in more than 220 million dollars in revenue. So, how'd he do it? When Dana came on the scene, Mixed Martial Arts - or MMA - was a fringe sport. It was banned in 36 states. The pay-per-view providers wanted out and the fights were considered too bloody, brutal and violent. Even politicians were morally outraged. So, Dana reacted. He cleaned up the rules, brought in weight classes and put in a judging system. He marketed the fighters' personalities and emphasized their athletic ability. He also made the fights more crowd friendly. Then he created a reality show called 'The Ultimate Fighter.' The show became huge and before you could tap out, the UFC became the fastest growing sport in America.
Marvel/DC Season 2: Happy Hour #5 (2 of 2) Batman is forced to choose between helping the Joker restore Spider-Man's memories, or leaving him to a much worse fate. (Marvel/DC Parody)
RZA on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos RZA, producer and member of the Wu Tang Clan is on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos.
Bradley Cooper on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca Not a lot of actors get their first gig on one of the hottest shows in TV history: but Bradley Cooper did. In 1999, he landed a gig on '*** in the City.' A couple of years later, he got a larger role - perhaps the one he's best known for, 'Will Tippin', on the show 'Alias.' He also hit the big screen in 'Wedding Crashers.' More recently, Bradley showed off his comedic talent in 'Yes Man' with Jim Carrey. He also played a guy who cheats on his wife in this year's 'He's Just Not That Into You.' Now, he's the star of a new film - 'The Hangover.'
Alice Cooper on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca Alice Cooper - The 'King of Shock Rock' and a true pioneer of rock and roll. But get this - he's also a devout Christian (he's a substitute Sunday school teacher, reformed alcoholic and an avid golfer (he's written a book on golf. To truly appreciate his genius, think about what music was like, when he hit the scene in the late '60s. He invented rock n' roll theatre and in the '70s, Alice's career exploded. He became the poster boy for evil and every parent's worst nightmare. But his fans have always loved him. Alice has sold more than 50 million albums, he has a radio show 5 nights a week, he turned 60 this year and he's touring again - for his 25th studio album. That's right, his 25th. It's called 'Along Came A Spider' and it's about a serial killer. Oh, how very Alice.
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Barbecue Spare Ribs in Two Hours by the BBQ Pit Boys "Low and Slow" is not always the way to go if you're real hungry and looking for a quick and easy way to grill up some moist and tender Barbecue Pork Ribs. Try this easy to grill Pork Ribs recipe as demonstrated by one of the BBQ Pit Boys, and in as little as 2 hours you'll be eating some mighty fine ribs!! You can print out this BBQ Pit Boys recipe at ---
Adrien Brody on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos www.cbc.ca That's when the world really took notice of Adrien, but he'd already been making movies for more than a decade. Growing up in Queens, New York, Adrien was encouraged by his parents to act so as to keep out of trouble. He got his first TV acting role at 15 and five years later, he hit the big screen in the Depression-era drama 'King of the Hill.' Then, in 1998, Adrien's break-out role - at least that's what he thought. Adrien got cast as 'Corporal Fife' in a little war flick called 'The Thin Red Line.' But when he went to the premiere, he found most of his scenes had been left on the editing room floor. He's certainly made up for it since though. Adrien rocked as a bi***ual punk kid-slash-murder suspect in 'Summer of Sam' and played a Jewish boy coming of age in the 50's flick 'Liberty Heights.' Then came the role that got Adrien that pretty little gold statue - 'The Pianist.' Since then, Adrien's played the village idiot in 'The Village', a love struck screenwriter in 'King Kong' and one of three dysfunctional brothers on a journey across India in 'The Darjeeling Limited.' Adrien's latest role: a professional con man, alongside Mark Ruffalo. They're 'The Brothers Bloom' and they're out to pull their very last con.