Mon, 26 Jan 15
29 days remaining
Canadian indie poppers Alvvays, Swedish folksters First Aid Kit, Wolfgang Flur of German electronic pioneers Kraftwerk, the Bard of Salford John Cooper Clark and poet Simon Armitage made up the star-studded guestlist for the show this week.
Sun, 18 Jan 15
20 days remaining
It’s that time again, time to enjoy the best bits of the Radcliffe & Maconie Show. This week Stuart has been giving MegaCity a Spring clean, collecting our spent fireworks. So Mark was left to present the show solo. He was joined by Comedian Milton Jones and Will Self who told him about his new novel Shark. He heard from a listener who thought Plato & Harry Throttle were famous philosophers, so you told him the words and phrases you thought were correct, but were very wrong. Plus Ian Parton from the newly reactivated The Go! Team was on the show.
Fri, 9 Jan 15
11 days remaining
Happy New Year! Stuart has been travelling the world wishing everybody glad tidings for 2015, so he left Mark to man the show solo. Nevermind though as we had a bumper week of comedy with Lucy Porter, Jeremy Hardy and Mark Watson all on the show. We heard from a listener who climbed Everest only to get Altitude Sickness metres from the summit. So Mark asked you for your tales of when you were Close, But No Cigar. Plus James Corden chatted on his new film Into The Woods.
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