How long is it at all for any very famous? Here's the light start point for the new NRK entertainment program, which will accompany the Saturday Pizza in the thousands of homes, now that "Stjernekamp" is over.
Entertainment for Saturdays with Nicolai Ramm, Ole Rolfsrud, Ingrid Gjessing Lindhave, Kåre Magnus Berg, Sophie Elise Isachsen, Leo Aikic, and others.
«A little, slightly-bit-bit travel program and program leaders on the highway.»
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The "six-stage ground" is based on the theory of "Six degrees of separation", which has varied varied in popular culture and academia since the 20th century. It is assumed that everyone on the ground is connected by a total of six directors.
In practice, we would say that you know someone who knows someone who knows someone who knows someone who knows a # 39; do not know … Justin Bieber? And the Pope? Kim Jong-one? Oh, jadda! Do not forget Davaakhuu who is a goat from inside Mongolia, and we will meet us in program two.
It was explained thoroughly
Two new program managers, mainly NRKs, will experience the theory in each of the six episodes. Firstly, the Nicolai Ramm and Ole Rolfsrud moroclubs, who walk along African beach and behave like they have teleported you: "Where are we now, Ole?" "Well, we are in Namibia, here is the Atlantic, and that's the way we …". Secondly, we have the concept explained in the same thorough, almost predictable way, up to several times. Here you are aware of a transfer: It's time to go back to the bed and put the rinsen in the fridge without losing out at the main points.
An explanation is also given by Cecilia Brækhus, who appears in a video clip on a mobile phone that Ramm and Rolfsrud discover. She is the most famous to end, following a contact with up to six friends. The starting point must be selected from the inhabitants of the Aramstraat desert village. From that fan, the tour can take place in each direction, depending solely on the social network of the people they choose. I can say we're going to the south and south, far north.
The concept is very difficult to explain the concept, so I'll suspect that more people we meet have had some in advance information before the cameras be turned on. For every place, understanding and aptitude is clear and no-one answers "What kind of flute is what rich Europeans have now found?".
Programmers are hard to "test" the theory and reach their famous goal. But this is really more good on travel programs than there is a science. Here are many delicious drainage from African desert, Stepanau Mongoleg, and a huge football stadium in South Africa, where Ramm is jumping in a knot. Despite a tight schedule – they have had a maximum of seven days – it will be time to have lots of outdoor views along the way. These postcards, however, seem random with travel routes, and of varying interest. Sometimes information will be combined with "I'll believe, but you have to go to google!" while in the Africa episode there is a lot of superficial exoticism and playing with cute children.
The pairs of the program work hard for the free and free atmosphere, with enthusiasm and have distributed them carefully, smågærne talent. Here's what is "infotainment", the success formula behind similar programs: A mix of interesting facts (including country and sociology information) and humor (including Ramm that is stuck with a car big in the desert beach).
When the interaction between the programmers, the scenes and the Swiss music that follow (clearly known as "Totos" Africa) works best, this is the top family entertainment. But as often as she gets a bit angry, a little bit info and just too much calculated entertainment.
The first episode is the best of both I have to see. This is Ramm's optimistic spinning, while Rolfsrud is the skepticist that repeats constantly, as the character of another Ronja Røverdatter, "Koffor e ditta syniad da?". In chapter two, with Ingrid Gjessing Linhave and Kåre Magnus Berg, the best possible of the latter is made, while the first takes full advantage of laughter and objective of male surfers and life guards ("Can I draw your zipper?").
The programs start rural, but never in very remote places – the skeptics of the theory usually pull out indigenous Indian villages in the Amazon. And although it seems incredible that we all get such a short short for the celebrities, it's a lot safer for international celebrities – with the huge network of people from & Such – at the end of the link.
It also shows that the NRK operates with a fairly clear definition of recognition. But that's OK, according to Stephen Fry, who is famous at program two and clearly supports the theory. It states that it does not relate to friendship but for a connection. However, the Swedish program of success in which the idea is taken from it must have turned to seven paragraphs in one of the chapters. I'm not going to find out how this round will be, but for me, the end was a little counter-culmination in both periods.
The notice has been based on two out of six chapters.
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