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Once you've sent out your last personal and business messages and taken the umpteenth airplane selfie, it's finally time for some serious YouTube surfing: here are three of our top picks for maximum entertainment
Coldplay - Live in São Paulo 2018
Mr. Bean There's a lot to be said about British humor, but when it comes to Rowan Atkinson, aka Mr. Bean himself, more often than not, you'll come across the unanimous opinion that he is utterly hilarious, as his 30 million YouTube followers appear to confirm. To his credit, he was one of the first to upload the totality of his repertoire to YouTube, and his content, though created in the 90's, is simply timeless - funny and seriously entertaining even at the hundredth viewing. If you're a Mr. Bean fan, every single episode will get you giggling, and half your flight will be over before you know it, as you compulsively binge-watch several in a row. The animated ones weren't exactly my cup of tea, but they might be a good way to get the kids acquainted with the character.
Zehu Ze - The Songs
Whether you've experienced Coldplay live or not, perhaps even more so if you haven't, these two hours of live music will utterly delight you. Beyond the great music and the irresistible charisma of lead singer Chris Martin, the visual experience is spectacular. Its superior HD image quality and excellent sound (provided you're equipped with good earphones) make for two hours of audiovisual joy. The concert covers all the band's greatest hits, sung to perfection by Martin himself and of course, the audience, that joins in on almost every song. If you haven't yet been to a Coldplay show, I'm sure you'll be itching to get your hands on a ticket once you've watched this live concert - especially since the band is currently in the midst of a European tour .
This Israeli comedy show has gone through its own fair share of format changes since it was first broadcast on television in 1978. The original cast, composed of national treasures Moni Moshonov, Gidi Gov, Shlomo Bar'aba, Dov Glickman and Avi Kushnir, are still up on stage making us laugh, eternally reinventing themselves. One of the most successful features of the show's most recent version is the live performance of a song at the end of each show. Together, the five performers have sung some of the best melodies of the Israeli songbook, delighting viewers with up to 77 masterfully interpreted versions of our most beloved tunes. All of the clips have been uploaded to the show's YouTube channel, and though they're all absolute musts, my personal favorite is the Yoni Rechter and Eli Mohar masterpiece, "Shir Nevui Kosmi Aliz" ("Joyous Prophetic Cosmic Song" in English).
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Tell us about your favorite YouTube videos by sending us the link with a few words on why you love it so much and we'll publish your recommendation here in the next issue. Wishing you a pleasant flight, Tal Kalderon Head Of Inflight Entertainment & Connectivity Customer & Service Division email@example.com
ATMOSPHERE JULY 2022
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