Fri, 14 Nov 14
23 days remaining
We had a special show on Friday as were live from the Manchester Central Library with guests actor Celyn Jones, Edwyn Collins & Grace Maxwell. Director John Waters came to Megacity to tell us about his new book. ACTUAL Rock Royalty…Robert Plant spoke to us on Wednesday. John Lloyd from QI told us about his latest fact-filled book. And on Monday Radio 3’s Suzy Klein talked to us about libraries ahead of our live show at the Manchester Central Library.
Fri, 7 Nov 14
16 days remaining
Comedian, actor and musician Matt Berry joined us to talk about Toast Of London. Tim Wheeler of Ash dropped by to talk about his solo record. Mick Fleetwood won the Fleetwood Mac game by being on our show. Director Mike Leigh talked to Stuart about his film Mr Turner. And we heard from the Information Department.
Fri, 31 Oct 14
9 days remaining
Stuart was away this week tending to his adopted donkey Cocoa. But Mark wasn't left entirely alone as Andy Mcluskey and Paul Humphreys of OMD came to MegaCity. Miles Hunt of The Wonder Stuff dropped by on Thursday. Mark heard about the weird parties you'd been to and on Friday he was joined by Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand. Plus Karl Hyde of Underworld talked about the 20th Anniversary of their album Dubnobasswithmyheadman.
Fri, 24 Oct 14
2 days remaining
This week, Stuart spoke to The Staves. St Vincent AKA Annie Clark was on the show. He heard your Northern Soul Names where you take your nan's first name, where you grew up, add an 'And The' and your parents' car. Kevin Rowland and Big Jim Paterson of Dexys were on the show, as were T & J of Jungle
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