While the rest of Europe capitulated to the Deutsches Reich, the cigar-puffing statesman stood firm, inspiring citizens in one tub-thumping
speech to "defend to the death their native soil, aiding each other like good comrades to the utmost of their strength".
What if the fans are fed up of spending fortunes following the Three Lions, buying into the tub-thumping
rhetoric and believing this time our underachievers will get it right?
A FEW minutes into Jon Shenk and Bonni Cohen's tub-thumping
sequel to the Oscar-winning 2006 documentary An Inconvenient Truth, it becomes apparent that there is one renewable energy source the world has yet to Al Gore: the lone voice of reason?
an inconvenient sequel: truth to power (pg) HHH HH A FEW minutes into Jon Shenk and Bonni Cohen's tub-thumping
sequel to the Oscar-winning 2006 documentary An Inconvenient Truth, it becomes apparent that there is one renewable energy source the world has yet to harness: former United States vice president Al Gore's boundless Al Gore: the lone voice of reason?
He was soon tub-thumping
for his fledgling party ADMIRAL (the Association of Democratic Monarchists Independently Representing All Ladies party).
The Beeb's build-up included a tub-thumping
feature in which actors Michael Sheen, representing Wales, and James Nesbit, of Northern Ireland, did a bit of thespian yelling.
Creator Jimmy McGovern has given this all his dramatic human heft without the political tub-thumping
- or at least none that I'm clever enough to pick up on.
Every time they step on the pitch there's a lot of responsibility for them so tub-thumping
is not necessary.
This is not self-serving Scargillesque tub-thumping
Five will get lifetime Donostia Awards: John Travolta and Oliver Stone, presenting "Savages"; Ewan McGregor, with "The Impossible"; Tommy Lee Jones, tub-thumping
"Hope Springs"; and Dustin Hoffman, for closer "Quartet.
LDP UNINSPIRING Labour leader Ed Miliband could have done much to at least partly clamber up the popularity stakes with a tub-thumping
, resolute, combative speech detailing his party's immediate agenda-setting strategy for the year ahead yesterday.
Scottish celebrity chef Nick Nairn dislikes being characterised as "a tub-thumping
patriot", but as he prepares to launch his first, avowedly regional, range of chilled foods--including a whole Haggis (see p46)--Nairn complains that his homeland is "still woefully under-represented south of the border".