Mon, 25 Aug 14
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This week Mark spoke to comedian Katherine Ryan. Singer Robyn Hitchcock was on the show talking about his new album The Man Upstairs. Daniel Radcliffe chatted about his new film What If. And Mark heard about your accidental online purchases.
Tue, 19 Aug 14
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Stuart was away this week but Mark was joined by John Lloyd who told me about the live version of his Radio 4 show: The Museum Of Curiosity. You let him know what items you had left somewhere and when you returned, they were still there...in: Left and Found. Stuart Murdoch of Belle and Sebastian was on the show talking about his first film God Help The Girl. And Sinead O'Connor came to MegaCity.
Tue, 12 Aug 14
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This week, while Stuart was away, Mark was joined by comedian Alan Davies as well as duo Pete Fij and Terry Bickers who not only came to the studio to talk about their new album but also brought jam! You told us about your brilliant food inventions. Comedian Jeremy Hardy discussed his upcoming autumn tour and the wonderful Laura Mvula kept Mark company talking about her new orchestral album.
Fri, 1 Aug 14
2 days remaining
Lots of top notch guests were keeping Stuart company this week. Lois and Faith of Manchester band PINS dropped by the studio; actor Andrew Lancel discussed his new play about Beatles manager Brian Epstein; resident RadMac musicologist Sid Griffin joined Stuart to talk about the new Gram Parson release. Suki Webster and Paul Merton chatted about their new Edinburgh play. Plus Clint Boon of The Inspiral Carpets was in the studio to tell us about the band’s new album.
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