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Old Hawaiian KHAI/KIKU recordings of subbed shows

Posted: May 1st, '19, 18:07
by lemoncurry
Just wondering if anyone has any old KHAI/KIKU programs that they'd be willing to Share? I'm not really into dramas, but I love documentary-style shows like "Soko Ga Shiritai", "Tsuiseki", "Seeing is Believing" and "Next Stop Discovery". It seems like there was a good bit of material available on Usenet in the early 2000s, but its become harder to come by these days. I've been collecting everything I could find to try and preserve it; here's what I've got so far:

- Amakara Avenue (6 episodes)
- Gourmet Japan (4 episodes)
- Ito Shiro's Sushi! Donburi! Ramen! (3 episodes)
- Japan's Best Seafood (1 episode)
- Next Stop Discovery (18 episodes)
- Seeing is Believing! (25 episodes)
- Soko ga Shiritai (200+ episodes)
- Tsuiseki (30 episodes)
- Pathways of Civilization (1 episode)
- Tokyo Magazine (1 episode)
- Japan Inside Out (14 episodes)
- Operation Matchmaker (1 episode)

If anyone out there has any additional material, please let me know. My hope is that we can pool our resources and prevent these vintage treasures from disappearing from the internet.

Re: Old Hawaiian KHAI/KIKU recordings of subbed shows

Posted: May 3rd, '19, 03:42
by JackBauer2424
Good idea.

Re: Old Hawaiian KHAI/KIKU recordings of subbed shows

Posted: Jun 11th, '19, 16:10
by lemoncurry
Hopefully it's okay to post this since it isn't a direct link, but if anybody is interested in the stuff I mentioned above then you may want to check out this URL:

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https://pastebin.com/raw/851nef0B

Re: Old Hawaiian KHAI/KIKU recordings of subbed shows

Posted: Aug 10th, '20, 04:23
by kitezero
lemoncurry wrote: Jun 11th, '19, 16:10 Hopefully it's okay to post this since it isn't a direct link, but if anybody is interested in the stuff I mentioned above then you may want to check out this URL:

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https://pastebin.com/raw/851nef0B
so many good memories studying Japanese at UH and watching soko ga shiritai and kinpachi sensei at night, thanks for the link!