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The Investigator: A Political Satire in Documentary Form.

A political satire in documentary form. Was later released under Folfways Records, Catalog number 05451 in 1966. This LP has a blank sleeve on the back; a different pressing has information on the back sleeve. The label shows XTV 22476 as the catalog number, but the front cover has LP 6834 under the label logo. Matrix, Runout (A): XTV 22476. Matrix, Runout (B): XTV 22477. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All.

Political satire is a funny, ironic, or sarcastic examination of politics or politicians to try to expose absurdity, hypocrisy. Prose satire often takes the form of newspaper articles or short stories; one of the best known prose satirists is the 19th century writer, Mark Twain. Fake news, such as fake newspapers or television shows, provide news-like coverage of real political events from a satirical point of view, often skewering the mainstream media as well as the news itself. The court jester, in all his many cultural forms, is perhaps. I think that the existence of political satire in a country is a sign of democracy and freedom of speech.

Satire is an integral element of the Greek social and political life. Many scholars have argued that satirical shows on TV have the power to influence or even form viewers’ perceptions of political issues. This thesis explores the effects of televised satirical shows on Greek politics. Particularly, its purpose is a) to explore the effects of TV satire in Greek politics, and b) identify the possible effects on viewers’ political opinions and political engagement.

A satire is a work of literature which uses humor, irony and exaggeration to criticize people, places or events. As such, Animal Farm is Orwell's attempt at satirizing the Russian Revolution of 1917 in which the Bolsheviks came to power and the totalitarian rule of Joseph Stalin which began in 1924. This is made clear from Chapter Two when the idealistic animals, who represent the Bolsheviks, overthrow their human master, Mr. Jones, and take control of the farm for themselves. By writing Animal Farm as a satire, Orwell makes clear his views on the events in Russia and on the leadership of Joseph Stalin. Specifically, he argues that Stalinism did not improve the lives of the people of Russia, just like it did not improve the lives of the animals on the farm. In fact, Napoleon was even more cruel than Mr. Jones, just as Stalin was far worse than any of his political predecessors.

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Redirected from Political Satire). Political satire is satire that specializes in gaining entertainment from politics; it has also been used with subversive intent where political speech and dissent are forbidden by a regime, as a method of advancing political arguments where such arguments are expressly forbidden. Political satire is usually distinguished from political protest or political dissent, as it does not necessarily carry an agenda nor seek to influence the political process.

Satire means to make fun of someone or something. And there’s been a lot of it aimed at President Donald Trump. The president has been critical of Saturday Night Live, which often has actor Alex Baldwin playing the president. It has been around in one form or another for over 2,000 years. The American TV show Saturday Night Live has been making fun of American presidents since 1975. The show is getting more viewers than any time in over 20 years. The show often has American actor Alec Baldwin wearing a wig with bright orange hair, pretending to be President Trump. In one recent show, Baldwin pretended to make phone calls to actors playing Australian President Malcolm Turnbull and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto.

17 August 1945 (Secker and Warburg, London, England). In October 1945, Orwell wrote to Frederic Warburg expressing interest in pursuing the possibility that the political cartoonist David Low might illustrate Animal Farm. Low had written a letter saying that he had had "a good time with ANIMAL FARM-an excellent bit of satire-it would illustrate perfectly.


A The Investigator (Part I)
B The Investigator (Part II)


  • Cover – Ronald Clyne
  • Voice Actor [Featuring] – John Drainie
  • Written-By – Reuben Shipp*


Includes 8-page stapled libretto.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout-Groove Side A): BR 451A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout-Groove Side B): BR 451B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MG 20006 No Artist The Investigator ‎(LP) Oriole MG 20006 UK 1954
MG 20006 John Drainie, Reuben Ship John Drainie, Reuben Ship - The Investigator ‎(LP) Oriole MG 20006 UK 1954
LP 6834 No Artist The Investigator ‎(LP) Discuriosities LP 6834 US 1955
6834 Reuben Ship, John Drainie Reuben Ship, John Drainie - The Investigator ‎(LP, Album) Discuriosities 6834 US 1955
LP 6834 No Artist The Investigator ‎(LP) Discuriosities LP 6834 US 1955
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