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45 minutes
First broadcast:
Saturday 30 January 2010

Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.

Clive is joined by film producer Michael Wearing, football writer Brian Glanville and actress Gemma Arterton.

Gideon Coe talks to Monkee Micky Dolenz.

With comedy from Alex Horne and music from The Imagined Village and Carolina Chocolate Drops.

Music Played

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  • Michael Wearing

    Michael Wearing

    Clive Anderson talks to one of television’s foremost producers of high quality, award winning drama, Michael Wearing. His Bafta award winning series ‘Edge of Darkness’ transfers to the big screen, starring Mel Gibson and Ray Winstone. ‘Edge of Darkness’ can be seen now in cinemas nationwide.

    Edge of Darkness
  • Gemma Arterton

    Gemma Arterton

    Having already starred in big-screen hits such as St Trinian’s, Bond film Quantum of Solace and Prince of Persia: The Sands Of Time, Gemma Arterton talks about her stage debut alongside Tamsin Greig and Rupert Friend in the showbusiness satire ‘The Little Dog Laughed’. ‘The Little Dog Laughed’ runs at the Garrick Theatre until 10th April.

  • Brian Glanville

    Award-winning sportswriter Brian Glanville talks about his journalistic career which spans over 45 years and includes over 40 acclaimed books - the most recent (a subject very close to Clive’s heart) 'The Real Arsenal’ From Chapman to Wenger is in shops now, published by JR Books.

  • Micky Dolenz talks to Gideon Coe

    Micky Dolenz talks to Gideon Coe

    Hey Hey he’s a monkee… former drummer/singer of The Monkees Micky Dolenz talks to Gideon Coe as he joins the cast of London’s hit musical ‘Hairspray’ from Tuesday 2nd February at London’s Shaftsbury Theatre.

  • Alex Horne

    Alex Horne

    Is it possible to break into the dictionary? …well Alex Horne thinks he knows how. Award winning comic and star of BBC 4’s ‘We Need Answers’, Alex Horne is on a 35 date national tour with his show ‘Wordwatching’, tracking the highs and lows of his secret linguistic campaign. His book ‘Wordwatching' published by Virgin Books is out now

    Alex Horne
  • Carolina Chocolate Drops

    Carolina Chocolate Drops

    Music from North Carolina-based string band the Carolina Chocolate Drops perform 'Cornbread & Butterbeans' from their second album ‘Genuine Negro Jig’. They play various dates throughout the UK.

    Carolina Chocolate Drops
  • The Imagined Village

    The Imagined Village

    And from the folk supergroup The Imagined Village who play ‘Space Girl' from their album ‘Empire and Love’. They perform at the Royal and Derngate, Northampton on Saturday 30 and the Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank Centre, London on Sunday 31 January.

    The Imagined Village


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