TDB song number 11 (RUSSIAN: DVADTSAT DVA)
"High Hopes" is a song from the 1994 Pink Floyd album, The Division Bell, written by David Gilmour and Polly Samson. Its lyrics speak of the things one may have gained and lost in life and also an autobiographical flair to it for Gilmour. Douglas Adams, famous for writing The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy, chose the album title from one of the lyrics in this song.
High Hopes is a 1988 film directed by Mike Leigh. The film is about a working-class family living in King's Cross, London.
"High Hopes" is a popular song, introduced in the 1959 film A Hole In The Head, winning the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1959. The music was written by Jimmy Van Heusen, the lyrics by Sammy Cahn. It was recorded by Frank Sinatra in 1959 in a hit version, featuring a children's choir, which was included in a 1961 Sinatra album, All the Way.
High Hopes is a sitcom made in Wales, produced and directed by Gareth Gwenlan and is set in a fictional area of the South Wales Valleys. It stars Margaret John as widow Elsie Hepplewhite, Steven Meo as (Dwayne) Hoffman and Ben Evans as Charlie. It revolves around Elsie's son Richard (known as Fagin)'s scrapes with the two boys, who attempted to rob the Hepplewhites' house in the first episode.