Each episode takes the form of a broadcast made by a fictional pirate television station, manned by a small number of VJs who introduce various sketches disguised as news or human interest reports. The style of both the program and its official website is deliberately amateurish. Most episodes involve a framing story which intertwines with certain sketches.

Willy's en Marjetten - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: Dutch

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2006-10-15

Willy's en Marjetten - Telstar (instrumental) - Netflix

“Telstar” is a 1962 instrumental written and produced by Joe Meek for the English band the Tornados. The track reached No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in December 1962 (the second British recording to reach No. 1 on that chart in the year, after “Stranger on the Shore” in May), and was also a number one hit in the UK Singles Chart. It was the second instrumental single to hit No. 1 in 1962 on both the US and UK weekly charts.

Willy's en Marjetten - Use in popular culture - Netflix

This song was utilised as ongoing theme music for the 1979 film Mr. Mike's Mondo Video in the same vein as the song “More” was used in this film's inspiration, Mondo Cane. The Finnish rock band Eppu Normaali borrowed the opening of “Telstar” as the guitar solo for their song “Science Fiction” (1979). In the movie The Prophecy 3: The Ascent (2000), the angel Gabriel, played by Christopher Walken, plays trumpet to this song while driving on the highway. A “sound-alike” of this song appears in the film Strangers with Candy (2006). According to the audio commentary for the film, they were unsuccessful in getting the rights to the actual song. The song was used at the end of episode 10 of the second season of the AMC series Mad Men entitled “The Inheritance” (2008). A modern version of the song is used as the intro for the Flemish comedy TV series Willy's en Marjetten (2006). “Knights of Cydonia”, a 2006 song by rock band Muse, was influenced by “Telstar”. Lead guitarist and vocalist Matthew Bellamy is the son of The Tornados' rhythm guitarist, George Bellamy. The song is included in the jukebox musical, Return to the Forbidden Planet.

Willy's en Marjetten - References - Netflix