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  David Frost (broadcaster) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frost's well-known ability to network with the right people was in evidence there, where he edited the literary magazine Granta and was the secretary of the Footlights comedy troupe, which included people of note such as Peter Cook and John Bird.
On ITV's The Frost Programme, he interviewed a number of controversial characters such as Sir Oswald Mosley and Rhodesian premier Ian Smith (he accused Smith of denying promotion to fl members of Rhodesia's army, navy and air force, only to be told by Smith that landlocked Rhodesia didn't have a navy).
Sir David's latest project is to present a live weekly current affairs programme for Al-Jazeera International, the English-language version of the Arab broadcaster, starting when the network launches in the spring of 2006.
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 Biography of David Frost
David Frost was born on 7 April 1939 in Tenterden, Kent.
David Frost has had a highly illustrious career in broadcasting and like many of his peers was part of the Cambridge Footlights in his University days.
David Frost first made his name on the BBC series 'That Was the Week That Was", a topical revue and satire show.
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 David Frost (broadcaster) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Frost also fronted many programmes imitating the success of TW3, most notably The Frost Report (1966-7).
In addition, Frost's interview style of late has been described as sycophantic, and markedly different to his performance in the 1960s and 1970s which almost bordered on verbal bullying – it was from such fiery encounters that the phrase 'trial by television' was popularised.
Frost is the only person to have interviewed all of the past six British prime ministers and the past seven US presidents (Larry King has also interviewed all US presidents starting with Richard Nixon).
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 David Frost - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Sir David Paradine Frost (born April 17, 1939) is a British television presenter.
On ITV's The Frost Programme, he interviewed a number of controversial characters such as Sir Oswald Mosley and Rhodesian premier Ian Smith (he accused Smith of denying promotion to fl members of Rhodesia's army, navy and airforce, only to be told by Smith that landlocked Rhodesia didn't have a navy).
Frost protection: an evolving technique legitimizes the use of shallow foundations in cold climates.
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 PBS | President George W. Bush Talking with David Frost | Part I of the Interview
In the first part of an interview with the BBC's Sir David Frost, President George Bush discusses the hopes for his upcoming trip to Britain, his continued support for Prime Minister Tony Blair and the lingering questions surrounding the threat posed by Iraq's suspected weapons of mass destruction program.
SIR DAVID FROST: I met with President George W. Bush in the Map Room here at the White House for an interview on the eve of his historic visit to the U.K.; his historic state visit, the first by an American president for more than 80 years.
David Kay, who went over to kind of lead the effort to find the weapons or the intent of weapons, came back with a report that clearly stated that Mr.
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 CBC Sports Online: Indepth: The Mike Danton case
David Frost, the agent for jailed former NHL player Mike Danton, is no longer welcome in Central Junior A Hockey League arenas.
During the 1995-96 season, Frost was suspended indefinitely by the Metropolitan Toronto Hockey League "for being party to the falsification of documents," according to a League document.
Frost coached and advised the foursome in Quinte and became heavily involved in the lives and development of his players when he lived in the same hotel as his young clients.
www.cbc.ca /sports/indepth/danton/frost_profile.html   (999 words)

  
 [FREE IRAN Project] In The Spirit Of Cyrus The Great :: View topic - David Frost InterviewsFarah Pahlavi
DAVID FROST: It's now 25 years since the Shah of Iran was deposed in one of the most dramatic overthrows of power of the 20th century.
DAVID FROST: And I suppose perhaps one of the happiest moments of your whole time together was when you were able to give birth to your first child who was a son, the son and heir that he so hoped for.
DAVID FROST: Talking of struggle and so on, when I was doing the interview with the Shah in exile the Khomeni regime were announcing to the world that you as a family, and the Shah, had left Iran with 176 billion dollars.
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 BBC NEWS | Programmes | Breakfast with Frost | David Frost Profile
Sir David Frost has been in the front line of televison news and entertainment for nearly 40 years.
The Nixon interviews with David Frost, recorded after Watergate and the Presidents humiliating resignation, achieved the largest audience for a news interview in history.
David Frost has written 15 books, produced eight films and has - over the years- received just about all the major TV awards there are both in the UK and the US as well as internationally.
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 David Frost Wines - About   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In the summer of 1994 David Frost, PGA Tour Golfer, and his brother, Michel, bought a 300 acre Wine Farm (called a Wine Estate in South Africa) at the foot of a mountain range in Paarl, South Africa.
David and Michel, grew up on a wine farm their father owned in the Stellenbosch area and had always wanted to fulfill a dream of owning and producing fine wines.
As part of David Frost's commitment to put something back into the community as a successful sportsman, he decided that all future releases of his wine will be dedicated to a golfing legend.
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 Frost, David
David Frost is an outstanding television presenter, political interviewer and producer, who is successful on both sides of the Atlantic.
Frost was one of the first generation of university graduates who bypassed Fleet Street and went straight into television.
Frost pioneered such TV techniques as directly involving the audience in the discussions and blending comedy sketches with current affairs.
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 Speakers Platform Speakers Bureau: David Frost, Speaker On: Journalism, Politics, Media / Broadcast / Print, Global ...
David Frost's activities during his career have been so diverse that he has been described as a "one man conglomerate" - it is easy to see why.
David was host and co-creator of That Was The Week That Was, producer of countless television programmes from A Gift of Song: The Music for the UNICEF Concert to Spectacular World of Guinness Records.
Sir David Frost is married to the former Lady Carina Fitzalan Howard, second daughter to the Duke of Norfolk.
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 Cigar Aficionado | People Profile | David Frost
Frost pauses for another puff and looks expectantly at his visitor--there's that eye contact, no matter which chair he occupies; eyes that are actively engaged, eyes that probe and smile simultaneously.
Frost himself certainly has at least a touch of that charisma, a touch that traces its way back to his childhood in the small town of Tanterden in the countryside of Kent, where he was born on April 7, 1939, the son of a Methodist preacher.
Frost is fond of asking his subjects how they would like to be remembered after they are gone, so it seems only fair to pose that question.
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 BBC NEWS | Programmes | Breakfast with Frost | On 23 November 2003, Sir David Frost interviewed Dr Brigitte Boisselier ...
DAVID FROST: And do you worry about the things that I've been reading in everywhere about the fact that she may suffer great damage or deformities later.
DAVID FROST: So when everybody says when will you let someone independent gather the evidence, and so on, meet the babies or whatever, when are you going to give somebody a chance to see if what you say is true or not?
DAVID FROST: Because, as Nigel reflects, until you do make some evidence available, the evidence is about people, but then the scientific community are not going to believe you.
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 David Frost   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Frost, D., Lee, J. S., and Ciccarelli, G. "The use of Hugoniot Analysis for the Propagation of Vapor Explosion Waves", Shock Waves, 1, pp.
Frost, D. & Sturtevant, B. "Effects of Ambient Pressure on the Instability of a Liquid Boiling Explosively at the Superheat Limit" J.
Frost, D., Parent, B., Barbone, R., and Nerenberg, J., "Dynamics of Rapid Evaporation due to Partial Venting of a Pressure- Liquefied Gas", Proceedings of Euromech Colloquium 376 Waves in Two-Phase Flows, Istanbul, Turkey, April 27-30, 1998, pp.
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 Frost and Benn, the Flowerpot Men
That Frost had a second backup studio already hot to continue his live broadcast -- hardly a normal TV procedure -- clearly indicated he and his producers were anticipating, even hoping maybe, that the show would be disrupted.
My primary motive for going on the Frost Show was not to expand the consciousness of the viewing public, but simply to pull off a prank that might at least bring a smile to those who were still trying to hold on to some tatters of revolt.
All we did was change the format of the bloody David Frost Show for a few minutes, just as Jimi Hendrix had bucked the rules on The Lulu Show when he insisted on playing "Sunshine Of Your Love" instead of the mandated "Hey Joe", and was also cut off for his temerity.
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 PRESS RELEASE Sir David Frost and WGBH Boston Announce The Strategic Humor Initiative   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
David's American co-host is comedian, political humorist and former commentator for 60 Minutes II Jimmy Tingle, weighing in from his own comedy theater in Boston, Jimmy Tingle's Off-Broadway.
Led by Frost, the international, multicultural collection of comic voices will contribute one-liners, sketches, videos, stand-ups, sound-bites, commentaries, blogs and monologues to create their own hilarious, razor sharp and "up-to-the-minute" viewpoint of world affairs.
John Florescu and Sir David Frost are executive producers for David Paradine Television, which produced Talking With David Frost on PBS from 1991-1997.
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 Paul McCartney Interview: David Frost 5/18/64   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Paul McCartney sat down with David Frost for a brief interview that was telecast May 18th 1964 on the BBC television program 'A Degree Of Frost.' The interview was conducted in front of a live studio audience.
DAVID FROST: "Paul, it's great to have you here, and one thing that I've been wondering is whether you ever expected things to be as good for you as they have been.
DAVID FROST: "When people usually ask you, 'What's the best thing about being one of The Beatles at this stage, you usually reply 'The money' as the first quip.
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 CBC Sports: David Frost barred from junior hockey league   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
David Frost was suspended by the Greater Toronto Hockey League in the mid-1990s for falsifying a document.
Frost served as an assistant coach for at least three games in March when Kevin Abrams, the Lumber Kings' general manager, head coach and minority owner, was suspended for one game after a brawl in a playoff game.
The government alleges Danton and 19-year-old Katie Wolfmeyer conspired to arrange a "hit" on Frost at Danton's apartment in Brentwood, Mo. Frost has publicly denied that he was the target of the alleged murder scheme.
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 DANIEL MARSH FROST, CSA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Daniel Marsh Frost as born in Schenectady County, New York, on August 9, 1823.
All the occupants of Camp Jackson, including Frost, were forced to surrender the camp to Union Gen. Nathaniel Lyon, but Frost was paroled and then exchanged.
Frost became a farmer on his land near St. Louis, and died there on October 29, 1900.
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 ABC News: David Frost Leaving TV Show After 12 Years   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Frost began presenting TV programs while still studying at Cambridge University and was part of the team that presented "That Was the Week That Was," a groundbreaking satirical program screened by the BBC in the early 1960s.
A series of interview-based programs followed that were broadcast on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean; Frost's interview with President Nixon, who resigned in 1974 over the Watergate affair, achieved the largest audience ever for a news interview.
Frost has won a number of TV awards, and was recently made a fellow of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, or Bafta.
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DAVID PEEL is a survivor from a time in history when political anarchists were considered heroes.
David Peel came from a period when people were interested in "fighting the system" instead of joining it....
David Peel's album 1984 is a major highlight in what has been a very colorful career in musical expression.
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 MediaGuardian.co.uk | Media | The Guardian profile: Sir David Frost
On Sunday, Sir David will rise from the sofa for the last time, light up a cigar with flagrant disregard for the BBC's no smoking policy and bring the curtain down on the early morning politics show that he has hosted for the past 12 years.
Barney Jones, his producer on Breakfast With Frost since it began in 1992, says that he brought with him an ability to pull in guests that is almost impossible to match.
Sir David's personal highlights from 500 editions of Breakfast with Frost include his first meeting with Nelson Mandela, the first interview with Vladimir Putin, flying to Russia to speak to Gorbachev post-Glasnost and the only interview with Tony Blair and Bill Clinton together.
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 Aljazeera.Net - Sir David Frost to join Aljazeera   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Aljazeera said on Friday Sir David, who broadcast his final Breakfast with Frost programme for the BBC in May, would be among the "key on-air talent".
Frost first came to prominence on television in the early 1960s, when he presented the satirical BBC show That Was the Week that Was.
Frost's interviews with Richard Nixon after Watergate were revealing, much acclaimed and achieved the largest audience for a news interview in history.
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 ianian.com: David Frost & Farah Pahlavi, Cyrus Kadivar
Frost who had known the Shah in his days of power (he made several documentaries on Iran in the 1970s) could not hide his own emotions faced with the broken emperor who still seemed unable to comprehend the forces that had driven him from power.
It is a matter of time before Sir David has brought up the two demons often associated with the Shah's regime and most probably exaggerated by his opponents and Western critics: Savak (the secret police of the imperial regime) and corruption.
Sir David recalls how when he was interviewing the Shah in Contadora Island the Khomeini regime was accusing the Pahlavi family of having left Iran with $176billion.
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 CBUB Fights: Four Way Fang Fest
Deacon Frost: Convinced that vampires are to be the dominant species, this intelligent and ambitious militant seeks to bring about the end of mankind as we know it.
David is not used being this hapless in combat and he very mad at his unlife right now.
Frost seems to be enjoying waiting till the last split second before dodging Nick's attacks, it's only a matter of time before he takes the offensive.
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 GolfInvestors : Player Profile : David Frost (where fantasy becomes real)
David Frost may have had to come through the African zone of International Final Qualifying in Cape town last January to book his place here at St Andrews but the 45-year-old is making the most of it.
David Frost won the African leg of qualifying for the 2005 Open despite firing a four-over 76 on Friday.
Make sure to include the information which is not correct for David Frost, the correct information for David Frost, and your source for the information.
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 OnCourse Living: David Frost Wines, David Frost, South African Wine, South African Wines, wine, golf and wine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Let us assure you that that is not the case with golfer David Frost and the wines that bear his name.
As part of David Frost's commitment to put something back into the community, David Frost Wines donates $1 from each bottle sold to a charity designated by the honored golfer, their family, or foundation.
As a result of that philanthropy, the quality of the wine, and the high regard with which David and his brother are held, the Wines of David Frost can be found in fine restaurants, resorts, and golf clubs throughout the world.
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 David Frost Merlot Reserve 1999 wine online at Southernwines.com Buy David Frost Merlot Reserve 1999 online now   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
David Frost is a golfer with over 20 wins world wide including ten on the PGA Tour, has created a cult status wine from his vineyard in Paarl, South Africa that has reached international acclaim.
Frost, born and raised on a vineyard in Stellenbosch, South Africa, began playing golf under the watchful eye of his father on the lush properties of their South African estate.
Working as a team, the Frost family produced table grapes, hand harvesting the elegant fruit into small boxes, which later became synonymous with the David Frost formula for creating intense, boutique cult wines with strong character.
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