Let’s Get 17 Million F*ck-Offs to Number One

17 Million Fuck-Offs has been updated. If 40 or 50,000 people buy the single, that could be enough to get it Number One.  Wouldn’t it be fookin’ hilarious to have it blaring on radios across the country on January 31?

(edit: I’m hearing that 50,000 would probably get it into the Top Ten. More likely it would take  more to get it to Number One)

You can buy the single at Amazon or at iTunes. Or, ideally, both. It’s only 99p (79p on iTunes). 

Neither Amazon nor iTunes make it easy to buy singles any more, but a bit of persistence will help you bypass Amazon and Apple music to actually buy the single.

Streaming helps (especially on Spotify) but buying the single is much more effective. One purchase is equivalent to 1,000 streams. 

Please spread the word. It would be a very funny thing …

 

 

Christmas Pressies

Hmm. What to get a loved one/boss/colleague/ person you are trying impress this Christmas?  I have the solution (s). 

A signed first edition of what is set to be one of the books of the decade. Or a signed CD of what must be the greatest album of comic songs ever produced (in Brockley).

Here is the Paypal button to order a signed hardback of Daylight Robbery – How Tax Shaped Our Past And Will Change Our Future.

Libertarian Love Songs, at just a tenner, is the ideal stocking filler or light-hearted present for renegade uncles.  There are two bonus tracks on there which you can’t get on the internet – yes … Here is the button to order a signed CD.

If you would prefer paperbacks of Daylight Robbery, I have five for sale. Cost is £15 (don’t ask me why they are so dear, I don’t understand)

And I also have signed copies of Life After The State for sale at £12.50

And if you want to buy any of the above, but pay in bitcoin, drop me a line frizzers @gmail.com

I did a talk at the IEA a fortnight ago, and they bought three boxes of Daylight Robbery, got me to sign them and are now giving them to government ministers for Christmas . You should do the same!

Not only will giving somebody a copy of Daylight Robbery make you look clever, the person getting it will, unlike most books, actually enjoy reading it. I know – the reviews have been amazing. You can gently lure your deluded left-wing friend/family member to the Dark Side of low taxes, or confirm the biases of the insufferable right winger. You win either way.

And it’s signed, so it’s special. I’ll put a bespoke message on there as well, if you like – just let me know what to say.

 

 

Some of the documentaries I’ve narrated

This post is more for my benefit than yours. It’s just a record of some of the documentaries I’ve narrated over the years, before it all gets totally forgotten.

This list is by no means exhaustive, but :

2017 Wild New Zealand: Lost Paradise (Natural History New Zealand) [5]
2016 Britain’s Billionaire Immigrants (Avanti for Channel 4)[6]
2015 Ultimate Animals (Nat Geo Wild) [7]
2014 Woman Raised by Monkeys (National Geographic)
2013 Ice Age Giants [8] 
– Last of the Giants
– Land of the Cave Bear
– Land of the Sabre-Tooth
2013 Martian Mega Rover (National Geographic) [9]
2013 Hyaena Queen Of The Masai Mara (ORF) [10]
2012 Bird Brain (Parthenon) [11]
2012 Light The Ocean (National Geographic) [12]
2012 Teen Sex (National Geographic) [13]
2012 Puma! (ZDF) [14]
2012 Secrets of Our Living Planet (BBC, National Geographic) [15] 
– Waterworlds
– The Secret of the Savannah
– The Emerald Band
2012 Four Horsemen (Motherlode) [16]
2011 Journey Through The Milky Way (National Geographic) [17]
2011 Mystery Of The Murdered Saints (National Geographic) [18]
2011 Iceland Volcano The Aftermath (National Geographic) [19]
2011 Saxon Gold: New Secrets Revealed (Fulcrum TV, National Geographic) [20]
2010 Fireball Of Christ (National Geographic) [21]
2010 Journey To The Planets (National Geographic) [22]
2010 Preventing Armageddon (National Geographic) [23]
2010 The World’s Biggest Cave (National Geographic) [24]
2010 Living On Mars (National Geographic) [25]
2010 Naked Science (National Geographic) [26]
2010 Megastructures (National Geographic) [27]
2010 Inside Nature’s Giants (Windfall Films) [28]
2010 Clan of the Meerkat (MB-Naturfilm, NDR Naturfilm, Studio Hamburg Produktion Hannover) [29]
2010/11 The Truth Behind (Zig Zag) [30] [31] 
– Zombies
– Atlantis
– King Arthur
– The Ark
– The Loch Ness Monster
– UFOs
– The Crystal Skulls
2010 Tiger Queen (Grey Films India) [32]
2010 Madness in the Fast Lane (BBC) [33]
2010 Megaquake (National Geographic) [35]
2010 Extreme Universe(Base Productions) [36] 
– Star Gates
– Time Bombs
– Edge of Space
– Space Storms
– Collision Course
2010 The Pack (National Geographic) [37]
2009 Earth’s Evil Twin (National Geographic) [38]
2009 Naked Science – Superdiamonds (National Geographic) [39]
2009 Known Universe – The Biggest and Smallest (BASE Productions, National Geographic Channel, Parthenon Entertainment) [40]
2008/9 How Do The Do It? (Wag/Discovery)
2008 Martian Robots (National Geographic) [41]
2008 Legend of the Crystal Skulls (National Geographic Channel, Picture Films, Smithsonian Networks) [42]
2007 Earth Investigated (National Geographic) [43]
2007 Saved by The Sun (National Geographic) [44]
2007 When China Ruled The Waves (Parthenon) [45]
2007 Silence Of The Bees (UK version) National Geographic
2007 Valley Of The Wolves (National Geographic) [46]
2007 Engineering the Impossible – The Alhambra (national Geographic) [47]
2007 Naked Science – Birth of the Solar System (Steadfast Television)[48]
2006 Inside The Green Berets (National Geographic, UK version)
2006 I Smack And I’m Proud (ITV)
2006 The Girl Who Never Ate (BBC) [49]
2006 Pitch Battles: England vs Germany (TWI) [50]
2006 A Tudor Feast at Christmas (Lion Television/BBC) [51]
2005 Kings Of Construction (Wag)
2005 Holiday Airport (ITV)
2005 The Secret Life of an Office Cleaner (BBC) [52]
2005 Science of Star Wars (Evergreen Films in association with Lucasfilm) [53]
2002 The Ship (BBC), directed by Chris Terrill [54]
1998 The Cruise (BBC), directed by Chris Terrill [55]