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- v. To change something's properties by means of alchemy.
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- v. alter (elements) by alchemy
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The DJs are producers and MCs who alchemise music live on air, combining live sets, freestyles with their own productions and unreleased tracks.
In tonight's opener, Kevin McCloud revisits the programme's longest-running saga - the five-year and counting epic of Stefan Lepkowsky and Annia Shabowska, who have been attempting to alchemise a cutting-edge contemporary home from the unpromising base metal of a derelict mill cottage in Northamptonshire.
Bull 1980 in which director Martin Scorsese and his leading man, Robert De Niro, take the poignant story of heavyweight champ Jake LaMotta and alchemise it into a parable about anger, masculinity and human frailty, providing - in the scene where De Niro's hero beats his fists against the walls of his concrete cell - one of cinema's great images of futility and rage.
Perhaps the crop of upcoming dates will help alchemise these hunks of unpolished tuneage into shining metallic gems?
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