Mon, 15 Sep 14
26 days remaining
This week Mark was joined by crime writer Val McDermid, journalist Gavin Esler spoke about hosting the Prog Awards, Roddy Frame came by to play live and Professor Alice Roberts discussed her new book The Incredible Unlikeliness of Being. Plus Mark heard of your tales of finding Summat In Summat (or Something In Something) and Mercury Music Prize nominee Kate Tempest dropped in.
Fri, 5 Sep 14
16 days remaining
This week we discovered an Important Historical document, “The Captain Cook Story by L Hoskin, aged 7...” which lead to hearing your stories about school projects. Peter Hook was on the show the day after New Order announced that they had signed to Mute. Songwriter extraordinaire John Shuttleworth came to MegaCity. You told us about the dodgy dining you’d witnessed and Michael Palin was on the show talking about his new book on Friday.
Fri, 29 Aug 14
9 days remaining
This week Pointless star Richard Osman was on the show talking to us about his new BBC2 quiz show Two Tribes. Jas and James of Simian Mobile Disco talked to Mark and Stu on Thursday. On Wednesday, during a chat about band names that didn’t fit with the music they made, Aled Jones’ crotch was removed from our studio window. Plus Stuart spoke to Holly and Jess of Brooklyn band Lucius.
Mon, 25 Aug 14
5 days remaining
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.
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