Halfway across the globe And we're standing on new ground Screaming 'cross the waves You can't hear a sound There's no fair trials, no trade, no liberties No tea We've colonized America; we won't stand for tyranny, Oh king
And it's too late to apologize It's too late I said it's too late to apologize It's too late
We've paid your foolish tax, read the acts And they just won't do We want to make it clear, we believe this much is true All men were created with certain
Unalienable rights Among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit Of happiness
And it's too late to apologize It's too late I said It's too late to apologize It's too late
It's too late to apologize It's too late I said it's too late apologize It's too late
I said it's too late to apologize, yeah It's too late I said it's too late to apologize, yeah
Halfway across the globe And we're standing on new ground
Just getting this off my computer. One for the archives I suppose. Clips from the LLS get automatically struck down on Youtube. The clip was also removed from the RTÉ player after all the complaints about how Tubridy treated Casey.
************************************ Peter Casey claims he was 'set up' during Late Late Show interview with Ryan Tubridy --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PETER CASEY has hit out at Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy in the wake of his interview on the RTE chat show on Friday night, branding the presenter 'insulting' and 'unprofessional'.
The failed Presidential candidate, who achieved 20pc of the vote to come second behind Michael D Higgins in the race for the Aras, was booked to talk about the campaign, his controversial comments on the Travelling community, and his future plans.
He had made the comments during his appearance on the Virgin Media Television Presidential debate, hosted by Pat Kenny, in the course of the campaign.
His inclusion in the Late Late Show line-up divided opinion, with many people taking to Twitter before their show to condemn his inclusion, while many others were in favour of his appearance.
The audience was equally divided about the interview on the night. Some felt Casey was 'out of his depth' while others felt the host treated his interviewee with 'contempt'.
Casey was unhappy with how the interview unfolded and, speaking to Niall Boylan on his Classic Hits 4fm show on Monday, he branded Tubridy 'insulting' and 'unprofessional'.
He said he met with the presenter in the Late Late Show green room prior to going on air and they 'mapped out' the interview. He claims Tubridy agreed to spend no more than four minutes on the Traveller controversy.
He said he told the host that he wanted to "make it very clear" at some point in the conversation that "I am absolutely not a racist and if anyone voted for me because they felt that I was a racist then I would ask them to give their vote to someone else".
During his appearance, questions were invited from the audience and a woman who works with Pavee Point asked "why you thought it was okay to victimise Travellers further when we are already victimised in society".
A heated debate ensued between audience member, host, and guest and Casey ultimately asked Ryan Tubridy if he had "lost control" of the interview, and the host replied, "When I've lost control you'll know about it."
Speaking to Boylan about that segment of the interview, Casey said, “I was surprised and taken aback. It shocked me to be quite honest. I really felt he was supposed to be impartial. He was supposed to be professional."
He said he had been advised by some people to "pull out" of the appearance before the show as they felt it was a "set up".
Asked by Boylan if he felt it was a ‘set up’, he said, “Without a shadow of a doubt, absolutely. He was so unprofessional the way he behaved, and very patronising throughout.”
De Late late Lien show was een humoristisch programma voor Indische Nederlanders, dat door de VARA werd uitgezonden tussen januari 1979 en februari 1981. Het centrale thema was nostalgie en heimwee naar Nederlands-Indië. De afleveringen bevatten sketches, liedjes, traditionele dansen en verhalen over het oude Indië.
Het programma werd gepresenteerd door de in Indië geboren Wieteke van Dort, en werd steevast begonnen met Dag luitjes thuis. Het typetje Tante Lien (Tante Adeline Multatuli-van Dommelen) sprak met Indisch accent en werd terzijde gestaan door Toeti, gespeeld door Elly Ruimschotel. Wies van Maarseveen kookte altijd een Indisch gerecht en de huisband Saté-Babi Boys van Harry Bannink maakte het compleet.
In 1988 nam Van Dort voor de AVRO nog vier afleveringen op.
Van de 9 afleveringen uit de eerste drie seizoenen is één niet bewaard gebleven. De overige 8 zijn door de VARA op dvd uitgebracht. In een heruitgave zijn naast deze 8 VARA-shows ook de 4 AVRO-shows opgenomen.