Emulating the long-time tradition of the BBC, this video features selection of music & test cards that can also be seen on our Livestream @ http://bit.ly/ShinStation! Check regularly for our weekly streams!
Featured Cards & Music:
01 - Haman Karn (from "Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam") / "Firebird" by Neil Richardson - 0:00:06
02 - Yakimo & Pai (from "3X3 Eyes") / "Brass Buy Lightly" by Neil Richardson - 0:03:01
03 - Hikaru Ichijo & Misa Hayase (from "Super Dimension Fortress Macross") / "Pondering" by The Polish Radio Orchestra - 0:04:49
04 - Taichi Hiraga-Keaton (from "Master Keaton") / "Busy Spectacle" by Neil Richardson - 0:07:47
05 - Rose (from the "Street Fighter"series) / "There Will Be Yet Another Day" by The Polish Radio Orchestra - 0:09:35
06 - Vash the Stampede (from "Trigun") / "Red Carpet Ride" by John Shakespeare - 0:12:33
07 - Akane Tendo & Ranma Saotome (from "Ranma 1/2") / "Curly Shirley" - Otto Sieben - 0:15:31
08 - Show Zama & Bern Bunnings (from "Aura Battler Dunbine") / "Guide Path" by Neil Richardson - 0:18:24
09 - Sasha Braus (from "Attack on Titan") / "The Lark In The Clear Air" by The Langford Orchestra - 0:20:04
10 - Jotaro Kujo (from "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure") / "Great Expectations" by Neil Richardson - 0:22:27
11 - "The No-Brand Heroes" (from "Here is Greenwood") / "Shopping Centre" by Manfred Minnich - 0:25:12
12 - Wonder Woman & Batman (from "Justice League") / "Surfaticket" by Robin Jones - 0:27:35
13 - Char Aznable (from "Mobile Suit Gundam") / "Danger" by The Polish Radio Orchestra - 0:30:34
14 - Mai Shiranui (from the "Fatal Fury" series) / "Going Places" by The Oscar Brandenburg Orchestra - 0:32:57
15 - Kaneda Shotaro (from "Akira") / "Fun In The Sun" by Neil Richardson - 0:35:47
16 - Ryoko Hakubi & Ryo-Ohki (from "Tenchi Muyo!") / "Colourful Cavalcade" by Neil Richardson - 0:38:09
17 - Spike Spiegel (from "Cowboy Bebop") / "Flying Over San Jose" by Simon Gale & His Music - 0:40:04
18 - Mako Mori (from "Pacific Rim") / "College Girl" by Neil Richardson - 0:42:34
19 - Phantom F. Harlock (from "Captain Harlock") / "A Well Swung Fanfare" by The Oscar Brandenburg Orchestra - 0:44:38
20 - Chiba "Paprika" Atsuko (from "Paprika") / "The Riviera Affair" by Neil Richardson - 0:47:05
21 - Kintaro Oe (from "Goldenboy") / "The Riviera Set" by Syd Dale - 0:49:10
22 - Brandon Heat & Harry MacDowell (from "GunGrave") / "Viagra's Dance" by Neil Richardson - 0:51:34
23 - Guy & Cody Travers (from "Final Fight") / "Goodbye Batucada" by Robin Jones - 0:53:57
24 - Emma Sheen (from "Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam") / "Panic Stations" by Skeewiff feat. Syd Dale - 0:57:23
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