Fri, 29 Aug 14
26 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.
Fri, 22 Aug 14
19 days remaining
Lauren is off this week, but the download rolls on. Jon Hillcock sat in for Lauren on Monday who was joined by Teleman for a live session and chat. Nemone took over the hot seat from Tuesday onwards and during her stint she was joined by XL Recordings boss Richard Russell to talk about the 25th Anniversary compilation: Pay Close Attention. Plus, Helen O'Hara ran through the week's best releases in the cinema and actress and comedian Jenny Slate dropped by to talk about her new film Obvious Child.
Fri, 15 Aug 14
12 days remaining
On this week's download: they formed at university in Nottingham and didn't have any songs for quite a while, but Childhood turned things around and played a lovely session for us; Empire Magazine's Chris Hewitt reviewed The Rover and Expendables 3; and star of The World’s End and Jack Reacher Rosamund Pike came in to tell all about Simon Pegg’s favourite chair Jeff and her starring role in David Fincher’s forthcoming ‘Gone Girl’.The World's End and Jack Reacher actress Rosamund Pike tells all about Simon Pegg's chair Jeff, and about starring in David Fincher's highly anticipated Gone Girl.
Fri, 8 Aug 14
5 days remaining
On this week's bumper download: Mad Men's John Slattery talks all about his feature-length directorial debut and working with Philip Seymour Hoffman; Jessie Ware joined us in session to talk weddings and whisky; Chris Hewitt reviews Inbetweeners 2; and Hollywood's nicest man Guy Pearce reveals plans for his new album.
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