Lauren Laverne

Lauren Laverne

A journey through the finest bits of Lauren’s weekday morning show. A cast of colourful characters, epic tunes and genuinely great guests awaits.

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Recent episodes (4)

  • Jamie T, and Cillan Murphy & Flood

    Fri, 26 Sep 14

    37 mins

    24 days remaining

    On this week’s podcast, Lauren talks to Jamie T all about his big comeback, along with those unreleased samba albums. Empire Magazine’s Chris Hewitt reviews the week’s film releases, including Denzel Washington’s The Equaliser and David Cronenberg’s Maps To The Stars. Plus Cillian Murphy and super-producer Flood pop in to tell all about the new series of Peaky Blinders – of which they’re both involved – dropping off brand new PJ Harvey material and spilling the beans on their future projects. Not to be missed.

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  • Viv Albertine, Manic Street Preachers & David O'Doherty

    Fri, 19 Sep 14

    64 mins

    17 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.

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  • Robert Plant

    Fri, 12 Sep 14

    22 mins

    10 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.

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  • Benjamin Booker, Simon Rich & Jenny Lewis

    Fri, 5 Sep 14

    41 mins

    3 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.

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