Ref NoBSUCA/MT/2/12/2/2
CollectionMark Thomas Collection
TitleMark Thomas performing live in Exeter
Name of creatorThomas, Mark, 1963-
Date04/05/2009
Duration2 hr. 8 min. 30 sec.
Extent2 sound discs (MiniDisc)
2 audio files Broadcast WAVE Format (BWF)
DescriptionMark Thomas performing 'It's the Stupid Economy' live at the Phoenix Theatre in Exeter
Track 1: Political Music welcomes Mark Thomas to the stage.[0.59] Explaining the show and the community manifesto ideas. [3.25] Volunteer to the death penalty. [5.01] Bankers. [7.10] Mum as a conservative. [8.27] Hatred to MPs. [10.20] Celebrities hate. [11.10] Other ideas. [15.30] Huddersfield: Margaret Thatcher should have to pay for her own funeral. [18.25]Oxford: Develop a measure for Politician performance like school sats. [20.00] Cambridge: Nationalise Tesco's and introduce beehives in each store. [20.49] Eastleigh: Introduce a maximum wage. [21.10] Canterbury: Expense Claims published in the weekly paper and people choose to pay or reject it.[22.49] Worchester: If private land is left derelict after 5 years it should become public property. [23.08] Maidstone: Not have NHS whistle-blowers struck off. [23.15] Milton Keynes: You have to carry a card if you DON'T want to your organs to be donated. [23.29] Warrington: Amendment on free speech. [24.16] Norwich: Mps should live in Halls of residence. [25.31] Darlington: No benefits if you like Murdoch. [26.41] Everyone should go secretly bankrupt. [30.08] Illegal Police: Stop and search card. [43.00] Before the interval/Coca cola/ Book Reading. [47.45] Wil Hodgson does a 20 minute set [48.12] Skinheads. [51.30] Clint of Chippingham Skinhead. [57.08] Wrestling. [1.03.03] Lads Mags. [1.10.46] Mark Thomas Returns/Conclusion. [1.12.34] Recordings ends.
Track 2: Rude sign language.[2.10] Policies [4.55] Isreal and solutions [6.50] Obama. [8.01]Policy: Prince Phillip Should never meet Barack Obama. [15.40] Economy . [20.44] Mark's Manifesto. [21.01] Jersey. [24.04]Tax avoidance. [28.32] Maximum Wage.[31.49] Exeter Policies [41.55] Parish councils. [45.13] To change the national anthem to the imperial march. [48.10] Winner of Policies. [51.08] Imperial march finale. [55.33] Recordings ends.
Exeter Manifesto suggestions:
- Everyone should smile unsolicited once a day
- Ban trousers/jeans which are so low that they pants/bumcrack
- Lock all bankers in a room without food and water
- Get the hungriest and poorest and put them in charge of the Stock exchange
- The only way Margaret Thatcher should get funeral is by burying her alive
- Send junk mail back at the mailers
- Repatriotate the Normans and their descendents
- "None of the above" on ballot paper (and a comment section).
- 3 day weekend
- Everyone earning under £16,000 a non-domicile
- Every car should have a paintballing attachment to shoot at mobile phone users whilst driving
- Abolition of money- a favour bank.
- Emotional intelligence measurement
- All political party manifestos are legally binding
- Everytime a tree is cut down another two planted
- Give more money to NHS and education first
- Wages are published for people to see
- For war to be declared - every politicians' first born is in the front line
- Renationalise Water, power and rail services
- Disassemble the patriarchy
- Bi-annual Kick-a-politician in the crotch
- Gordon Brown not allowed on YouTube unless falling off skateboard
- No one should own more than 1 house
- Limit to size of a company can grow
- Affordable housing for wheelchair users
- Nuclear waste under the Saudi desert to make fossil fuels unusable
- Car companies to pay speeding fines
- Tax on packaging
- Reduce speed limit
- All food items to include profit made by company
- Give parish councils a reason to exist
Winner: All political party manifestos are legally binding
Notes2 MiniDiscs, transferred to LPCM wave 24 bit 44.1kHz. Digitised using Sony Minidisc Deck MDS-JE530, Roland Edirol UA-25, Adobe Audition CC 2014 (2015-05-28)
CategoryAudio recordings
Access conditionsThis collection is available for consultation at the University of Kent's Special Collections & Archives reading room, Templeman Library, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NU. On site access at the University of Kent only. Access to audio is available via digital listening copies. The University of Kent acknowledges the intellectual property rights of those named as contributors in this recording and the rights of those not identified.
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