Fri, 19 Sep 14
27 days remaining
A gathering of all the shining gems from the week on Lauren Laverne. You'll find in here Viv Albertine in conversation about punk and her memoir; The Manic Street Preachers in session; Chris Hewitt reviewing The Walk Among The Tombstones & The Riot Club; and comedian David O'Doherty talking about dangerology. Enjoy.
Fri, 12 Sep 14
20 days remaining
On this week’s very special podcast, Lauren was joined by none other than former lead-singer of the legendary Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant, and his new band, The Sensational Space Shifters. Broadcast live from Maida Vale, he told us all about christening the Pyramid Stage and playing live, as well as performing four tracks from the new album. He's very good with his anecdotes is Robert! A special event indeed.
Fri, 5 Sep 14
13 days remaining
On this week's podcast, New Orleans-based newcomer Benjamin Booker spoke softly in session, then just crumbled the walls with his noise. The hilarious and highly original writer Simon Rich told us all about his new book and working for Saturday Night Live and Pixar. Chris Hewitt reviewed the week's film releases. And she may not be one of the guys, but she certainly was the main girl in session this week, Jenny Lewis joined us in the kitchen complete with spankly guitar and 3 stripe tracksuit.
Fri, 29 Aug 14
6 days remaining
Lauren was away, so Nemone took the reins for another bumper week of sessions and interviews. On Tuesday, she was joined by Geoff Barrow of Portishead for a chat about the 20th anniversary of their seminal album, Dummy, and the future plans of the band. On Thursday, the magnificent Barr Brothers brought in their collection of antique instruments, including a double bass from the mid-19th Century, for a live session, and they charmed the socks off of everyone in the studio. In Friday Film Club, Chris Hewitt reviewed Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For, and The Million Dollar Arm.
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