Tue, 22 Apr 14
28 days remaining
Stuart was away this week frolicking over the Dales with the Easter Bunny, so Mark was left to man the show solo. Actor Martin Freeman talked to him about the new TV adaptation of the film Fargo. Danish singer Agnes Obel joined him. Following Mark and Stuart’s appearance as cover stars of a well-known puzzle magazine, Mark asked you what odd publications you’d appeared in Robert Webb and Mark Heap came on the show to talk about their West End version of Jeeves and Wooster. Clint Boon popped by to talk about the Inspiral Carpets’ Record Store Day release as did Edwyn Collins and Grace Maxwell.
Tue, 15 Apr 14
21 days remaining
Stuart presented the show solo this week and was joined by Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford of Squeeze. He heard about your niggling mispronunciations. Author John Connolly joined him as did Luke Bainbridge to talk about Acid House music.
Fri, 4 Apr 14
11 days remaining
This week Matt Berry joined Stuart to talk about his new album Music For Insomniacs. He heard your Lyrical Paradoxes, lines in songs that didn’t quite add up. Will Gregory was on the show talking about his Moog Ensemble and Roddy Frame joined Stuart to talk about his first album since 2006.
Fri, 28 Mar 14
4 days remaining
Wilko Johnson talked to us about his album with Roger Daltrey. Author Val McDermid popped into our MegaCity complex to chat about her version of Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey. We heard about your weird crushes. John Sessions and Peter Richardson were on the show on Friday to talk about the stage version of Stella Street. Plus Emma and Russell from Band Of Skulls dropped by.
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