A journey through the finest bits of Lauren’s weekday morning show. A cast of colourful characters, epic tunes and genuinely great guests awaits.
Fri, 6 Dec 13
29 days remaining
Ahoy there! Author Daniel Rachel joined us to talk about his new book in which he chats to some of music's greatest songwriters about how they turn imagination into art. Chris Hewitt brought us Friday Film Club with reviews of Nebraska, Old Boy and Frozen. And the man they call 'The Voice', Irish singer songwriter James Vincent McMorrow played live on the show ahead of the release of his second album Post Tropical.
Fri, 29 Nov 13
22 days remaining
Pheew! Nearly didn't get that title in there with all the guests we had this week. Kiwi legend and Crowded House founder Neil Finn popped in for a session, Edgar Wright joined us to talk The World's End and Ant-Man. Nile Rodgers phoned from Shanghai & Empire Magazine's Chris Hewitt reviewed the latest films. Zing!
Fri, 22 Nov 13
15 days remaining
The one and only Lizzo dropped by for a session and a chat about cookies, Detroit and the roots of GRRRL PRTY. Paul from Maximo Park joined us on the phone to reveal all about new album Too Music Information. Empire Magazine's Chris Hewitt gave us the latest film reviews, including The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Plus there's free music. Primo!
Fri, 15 Nov 13
8 days remaining
In an action-packed week, we met up with Broken Bells AKA The Shins' James Mercer w/ Danger Mouse AKA Brian Burton. Comprende? Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk talks new projects and people fainting at his readings and The National's Matt Berninger tells us all about Leonard Cohen's hat. Empire Magazine's Chris Hewitt talks film AND there's free music. Holy moly!
Fri, 8 Nov 13
1 day remaining
Wow. What a week, and the podcast reflects this. On said podcast you will hear: Giorgio Moroder speaking to Lauren about his work with "The Dafts"(Daft Punk)plus some exclusive news about said "Dafts" AND an upcoming HBO series about himself...blimey! Also Luke Sital-Singh live in session and Chris Hewitt giving his film reviews. POW.
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