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In the UK telefilm Max Headroom: 20 Minutes Into the Future upon which the American series was based, the character was called Grosman and was played by Nickolas Grace.
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UK and Max
Architects who have been strongly influenced by the anthroposophic style include Imre Makovecz in Hungary, Hans Scharoun and Joachim Eble in Germany, Erik Asmussen in Sweden, Kenji Imai in Japan, Thomas Rau, Anton Alberts and Max van Huut in Holland, Christopher Day and Camphill Architects in the UK, Thompson and Rose in America, Denis Bowman in Canada, and Walter Burley Griffin and Gregory Burgess in Australia.
Cinemax aired the UK pilot followed by a six-week run of highlights from The Max Headroom Show, a music video show where Headroom appears between music videos.
In a lengthy interview conducted by PBS prior to the death of Diana, Princess of Wales in August 1997, Max Hastings, editor of the Daily Telegraph between 1986 and 1995, discussed the impact of Andrew Morton's and Jonathan Dimbleby's biographies of, respectively, Diana, Princess of Wales and HRH The Prince of Wales on subsequent news coverage of the Royal Family in the UK.
Examples include the National Center for Atmospheric Research ( NCAR, in Boulder, Colorado, USA ), the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory ( GFDL, in Princeton, New Jersey, USA ), the Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research ( in Exeter, UK ), the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Hamburg, Germany, or the Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l ' Environnement ( LSCE ), France, to name but a few.
Tom Baker voiced the character " Max Bear ", a series of animated stories broadcast on Channel 4 ( UK Terrestrial ) from 2000 to 2005.
which he sold to the entertainer Max Bygraves for £ 350 ( Bygraves later sold them on for £ 250, 000 ) in order to realise capital to finance the shows ; Bart himself later estimated that this action lost him over UK £ 1 million.
* In national or international research laboratories specialising in this field, such as the National Center for Atmospheric Research ( NCAR, in Boulder, Colorado, USA ), the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory ( GFDL, in Princeton, New Jersey ), the Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research ( in Exeter, UK ), the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Hamburg, Germany, or the Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace ( IPSL in Paris, France ).
In 1987, Max More moved to Los Angeles from Oxford University in England, where he had helped to establish ( along with Michael Price, Garret Smyth and Luigi Warren ) the first European cryonics organization, known as Mizar Limited ( later Alcor UK ), to work on his Ph. D. in philosophy at the University of Southern California.
While waiting for his studio equipment to be shipped from the UK, he began using an Apple Mac laptop with Logic Pro, Max / MSP, and various software synthesisers ( many of which were analogue emulations ).
Elsewhere it involved H. F. Baker and Patrick du Val ( UK ), Arthur Byron Coble ( USA ), Georges Humbert and Charles Émile Picard ( France ), Lucien Godeaux ( Belgium ), Hermann Schubert and Max Noether, and later Erich Kähler ( Germany ), H. G. Zeuthen ( Denmark ).
She began to work less, but still toured the UK under the management of Harold Fielding, manager of top artists of the day such as Tommy Steele and Max Bygraves.
* 1976: Deiter Poulson ( Austria ) Brian Cleave ( UK ), Jean Paul Devereaux ( FRA ) Max Weiss, and Peter Germenis ( USA ).
He has been teaching experimental sound design, Max / Msp programming and media arts at Universities for Applied Arts in Vienna and Salzburg, did workshops and guest lectures in Austria, the UK and the US.
1991's Queer would be the band's swansong, and was supported by various techno inspired singles under the moniker of Feedback Max ( in the UK ) to disguise the identity of the band to club DJs.
Notable former pupils include historian P. J. Marshall, architect Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, impressionist Rory Bremner, Adolphus Cambridge, 1st Marquess of Cambridge, author Sebastian Faulks, language school pioneer John Haycraft, political journalist Robin Oakley, actor Sir Christopher Lee, writer George Orwell, author Rupert Croft-Cooke, poet Gavin Ewart, composer John Gardner, world champion motor racing driver James Hunt, Leader of the House of Lords Lord Strathclyde, journalist and television presenter Peter Snow, the UK Pop Idol winner Will Young, and BRIT Award-nominated singer Nerina Pallot, and the rugby union players James Haskell and the brothers Max and Thom Evans.
The revamped musical had a new song, " Every Movie's A Circus ", a new set, and new stars, Betty Buckley and John Barrowman. Michael Bauer, who had played DeMille in the original production replaced Benzali as Max, a role he played until the end of the London run ( and subsequently on the UK tour and the BBC concert ) and Anita Louise Combe
In early 2005, Pepsi Max Twist ( with added lemon-lime flavour ) joined the UK and Australian product line.
Known as Pepsi Max Cappuccino ( Pepsi Max Coffee Cino in the UK ), the product is predated by the similar Pepsi Kona ( briefly test-marketed in the U. S. in 1996 ) and Pepsi Tarik ( available in Malaysia since 2005 ).
UK and 20
Through the late 1970s and early 1980s, the group's popularity continued to grow ( although they were always more popular in North America and Continental Europe than in their home country, never achieving a UK Top 40 single or Top 20 album ).
A second single, " C ' mon C ' mon ", also charted in the UK Top 20 and an album, Truthdare Doubledare, released in May 1986, peaked at Nº18.
In the UK in 2009 it was estimated that up to 12 million shoppers appeared at the sales ( a rise of almost 20 % compared to 2008, although this was also affected by the fact that the VAT would revert to 17. 5 % from 1 January ).
* He appeared via satellite to the UK, as a panelist on BBC's Newsnight on January 20, 2009, following Barack Obama's Inauguration.
Released in October 1987, it became a breakthrough hit for Eric B & Rakim outside the U. S., reaching # 15 in the UK and the top 20 in a number of European countries.
Coldcut and Mark Saunders produced her debut solo single " This Is the Right Time " which became another UK Top 20 hit in August as well as reaching # 21 on the U. S. Billboard Hot 100 the following year.
Most episodes in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s rated with over 20 million viewers and during the 1990s and early 2000s 15 – 20 million per episode would be typical Like most terrestrial television in the UK, a dramatic decline in viewership has taken place and the show currently posts figures of between 8 and 14 million per episode.
The album reached number one in New Zealand, number two in Australia, number six in the UK and made the top 20 in several European countries.
" Lodger reached number 4 in the UK and number 20 in the US, and yielded the UK hit singles " Boys Keep Swinging " and " DJ ".
The group also scored 20 Top 20 UK hit singles, as well as 19 Top-20 hit singles in the US ( as charted by Billboard Magazine ).
According to a UK Film Council press release of 20 January 2011, £ 1. 115 billion was spent on UK film production during 2010.
The Association of British Insurers ( gathering 400 insurance companies and 94 % of UK insurance services ) has almost 20 % of the investments in the London Stock Exchange.
All further-and higher-education organisations in the UK are connected to Janet, as are all the Research Councils ; the majority of these sites are connected via 20 metropolitan area networks ( though Janet refers to these as Regional Networks, emphasising that Janet connections are not just confined to a metropolitan area ) across the UK.
In the May 16, 2007 edition of TIME magazine, it was reported that " His ( Gore's ) Tennessee mansion consumes 20 times the electricity used by the average American home " On October 30, 2010, under the headline A VERY inconvenient truth, the UK Telegraph reported that " Al Gore ' left car engine running during hour-long environment lecture ".
For instance, in the wake of well-publicised health concerns associated with saturated fats in the 1980s, the fat content of UK beef, pork and lamb fell from 20 – 26 percent to 4 – 8 percent within a few decades, both due to selective breeding for leanness and changed methods of butchery.