Monday, April 17, 2006

Actually Very Little To Do With Belgrade

Via East Ethnia, here's Tim Judah writing in The Observer on all things Evropesma, not to mention a quick prediction for a hypothetically eventual Kosovar entry from girlband Flakareshat.

Judah will be contributing to their, No Name's and Hari Mata Hari's publicity on BBC Radio 4's Crossing Continents on Thursday (11 am GMT), but the programme won't do much for Severina, judging by his comments in the Observer article - which are based (even when there's so much more to say) on an obligatory English translation of Štikla which nobody planned to perform in the first place, and on the debatable observation that 'babes like Severina', unlike Hari Mata Hari, lack 'Yu-appeal'.

So then why did a colleague of mine give me a batch of Štikla articles from NIN and Vreme today?

The Gazette's family wanted a post from Belgrade, so here it is. As it turned out, they could have read the only interesting thing about it in the newspaper themselves. But honour's satisfied.

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1 Comments:

At 11:28 pm, April 27, 2006, Blogger estavisti said...

Post something, 6pe!

 

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