Radcliffe & Maconie

              Radcliffe & Maconie

              The best of Radcliffe and Maconie; Intelligent music, conversation and a variety of guests.

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              • Blackpool Tower Novelty Mantelpiece Thermometer

                Fri, 8 May 15

                23 mins

                14 days remaining

                All aboard for this week's free download. Maxine Peake and The Eccentronic Research Council, Tracey Thorne, Stuart Murdoch and Sarah Martin from Belle and Sebastian all popped in and we heard from several listeners who had lost something and then found the item many moons later.

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              • Oh Dear

                Fri, 8 May 15

                21 mins

                14 days remaining

                Snaking their way onto the show this week were Ian Skelly & Paul Molloy of Serpent Power. Author David Nicholls joined us to talk about... Us (that's the name of his new book BTW). The Pop Group's Mark Stewart joined Mark & Stuart, that wasn't confusing at all! Comedian Paul Merton also chatted to the guys from his home.

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              • Some Stuff There

                Fri, 1 May 15

                26 mins

                7 days remaining

                Russell Howard, Wire and crime author Val McDermid were all on the show this week plus FFS, the new collaboration from Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand & Ron & Russell Mael of Sparks.

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              • No one says Potarto!

                Mon, 27 Apr 15

                27 mins

                3 days remaining

                Stuart chatted to Monica Dolan & Jason Watkins from the series W1A and author & psychologist Tanya Byron about her book The Skeleton Cupboard. Welsh musician Gwenno told us about what she’s up to. Stuart discovered that Mark doesn't know the second line to Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off. Irvine Welsh told us about his new book and director Carol Morley told us about her new film The Falling.

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