A Wonderful Way To Make A Living

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

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20070823

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

1/5. He talks to the professional celebrants who will turn any event in life, including divorce and redundancy, into a milestone. Their fees can be as little as six hundred dollars.

20070830

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

2/5. He talks to a pet psychic and a dog counsellor who will stay with a customer's pet overnight.

20070906

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

3/5. He talks to John Ficarra and Galway McCullough, fight choreographers for stage and screen. But where does the simulation of violence end, and the real violence begin?

20070913

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

4/5. He talks to personal trainers, personal organisers and a New Yorker who came up with the brilliant idea of naked yoga lessons.

20070920

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

5/5. Realising that the genius of the capitalist system is the ability to turn anything into a revenue stream, he asks how far this applies to the presenter's own line of work .

20080428

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

1/5. He talks to the professional celebrants who will turn any event in life, including divorce and redundancy, into a milestone. Their fees can be as little as six hundred dollars.

Followed by News.

20080429

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

2/5. He talks to a pet psychic and a dog counsellor who will stay with a customer's pet overnight.

Followed by News.

20080430

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

3/5. He talks to John Ficarra and Galway McCullough, fight choreographers for stage and screen. But where does the simulation of violence end, and the real violence begin?

Followed by News.

20080501

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

4/5. He talks to personal trainers, personal organisers and a New Yorker who came up with the brilliant idea of naked yoga lessons.

Followed by News.

20080502

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

5/5. Realising that the genius of the capitalist system is the ability to turn anything into a revenue stream, he asks how far this applies to the presenter's own line of work .

Followed by News.

20080806

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

1/5. He meets an emergency shirt delivery man, whose clients include office workers with hangovers.

20080813

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

2/5. In Brighton, he meets a decluttering professional who claims to have sold feng shui books to Japanese. Joe accompanies him to the home of Attila the Stockbroker to see decluttering in action.

20080820

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

3/5. He meets penetration testers of first base technologies. Their job is to test the security systems of banks or mortgage companies by attempting to steal information. This is not only done by electronic means - they attempt to gain access to sites by disguising themselves as plumbers or pizza delivery boys.

20080827

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

4/5. In Gloucester, he meets up with a film crew who are busy creating explosions for the Doctor Who Christmas Special

20080903

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

5/5. In Venice, he meets a lawyer who retrained as a gondolier.

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He talks to the professional celebrants who will turn any event in life, including divorce and redundancy, into a milestone. Their fees can be as little as six hundred dollars.

He talks to the professional celebrants who will turn any event in life, including divorce and redundancy, into a milestone. Their fees can be as little as six hundred dollars.

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He talks to a pet psychic and a dog counsellor who will stay with a customer's pet overnight.

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He talks to John Ficarra and Galway Mccullough, fight choreographers for stage and screen. But where does the simulation of violence end, and the real violence begin?

01042007091320080501

He talks to personal trainers, personal organisers and a New Yorker who came up with the brilliant idea of naked yoga lessons.

0105 LAST*2007092020080502

Realising that the genius of the capitalist system is the ability to turn anything into a revenue stream, he asks how far this applies to the presenter's own line of work.

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He meets an emergency shirt delivery man, whose clients include office workers with hangovers, and Miles Warde meets a naked yoga instructress.

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0202*2008081320090516

In Brighton, he meets a decluttering professional who claims to have sold feng shui books to Japanese. Joe accompanies him to the home of Attila the Stockbroker to see decluttering in action.

US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations.

Joe meets a decluttering professional who claims to have sold feng shui books to Japanese.

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0203*2008082020090422

He meets penetration testers of first base technologies. Their job is to test the security systems of banks or mortgage companies by attempting to steal information. This is not only done by electronic means - they attempt to gain access to sites by disguising themselves as plumbers or pizza delivery boys.

Joe Queenan meets penetration testers whose job is to test the security systems of banks.

020420080827

In Gloucester, he meets up with a film crew who are busy creating explosions for the Doctor Who Christmas Special

020520080903

5/5. In Venice, he meets a lawyer who retrained as a gondolier.

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0205Gondolier2008090320150910 (R4)

American humourist Joe Queenan travels to Venice in search of entertaining characters in niche careers. There he meets a lawyer who retrained as a gondolier - Giovanni Giudice was tired of profiting from other people's problems and wanted to make them smile instead.

The producer is Miles Warde.

0205 LAST20090523

In Venice, he meets a lawyer who retrained as a gondolier after deciding that he no longer wanted to make a living out of other people's problems.

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