Mon, 28 Jul 14
28 days remaining
Mark has been busy this week trying to find a suitable barm cake for Caribou, so Stu was left to man the show solo. Sex Pistol Glen Matlock joined him to chat about his new Edinburgh show. Author Ian Rankin chatted about his first stage play Dark Road. You told Stuart about your late revelations. On Friday Glenn and Sonya of Echobelly dropped by to talk about the reissues of their albums Everyone’s Got One and On. Plus Elly Jackson of La Roux as on the show.
Thu, 17 Jul 14
17 days remaining
This week, while Stuart was away, Mark piloted the show solo. Mark Thomas was on the show talking about his new stand up show Cuckooed. Mark heard about the strange summer jobs you’ve had. Gary Oldman chatted to him about his new film Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes. You told Mark about the scant rewards you’ve received plus Lucy Porter joined him.
Mon, 14 Jul 14
14 days remaining
Beatles Expert Mark Lewisohn dropped by to talk about part one of his massive Beatles biography. Paul Heaton was on the show chatting about his album with Jacqui Abbott, What Have We Become. Mark and Stuart discussed the call of the yellowhammer and your odd pop-related dreams. DJ Yoda AKA Duncan Beiny talked to us about his first live band, Breakfast of Champions. Plus Mark chatted to Brian Eno and Karl Hyde of Eno Hyde.
Mon, 7 Jul 14
7 days remaining
This week the boys were joined by Ricky and Simon of the Kaiser Chiefs, author Caitlin Moran dropped by to talk about her new novel How to Build a Girl, singer-songwriter Beth Orton was here to tell us about the reissue of her classic album Central Reservation and Ben Watt dsicussed his album Hendra. Plus the boys analysed Caribou's ode to the humble Barm Cake.
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