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5 hours, 30 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 15 April 2011

Janice Forsyth mines her own Saturday morning show archive to select some of her favourite interviews and sessions with leading musicians including Paolo Nutini, Natalie Imbruglia, Keane, KT Tunstall, The Proclaimers, Debbie Harry, Hue and Cry, Little Boots, Tom Jones, Franz Ferdinand, Joan Baez, Glasvegas, Florence and the Machine, Codeine Velvet club, Calvin Harris and Pixie Lott.


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  • Paolo Nutini

    Janice Forsyth hosts an interview and session on the release of the second album Sunny Side Up.

  • Natalie Imbruglia

    The Australian pop princess chats to Janice Forsyth about globetrotting, her album Come to Life and that rumour about her encounter with Prince Harry.

  • Keane

    Songwriter and keyboard player Tim Rice Oxley chats to Janice Forsyth about live gigs, band emotions and the influence of U2.

  • KT Tunstall

    Janice Forsyth chats with the Scottish singer songwriter back in 2007 at the start of her successful assault on the music scene.

  • The Proclaimers

    Scotland’s favourite bespectacled twins chat to Janice Forsyth about their album Notes and Rhymes.

  • Debbie Harry

    The former Blondie front woman chats about making her solo album Necessary Evil.

  • Hue & Cry

    Pat and Greg Kane chat to Janice Forsyth about their 2008 album Open Soul, their loyal fan base and their musical influences.

  • Little Boots

    A fabulous session including her track Stuck On Repeat and a cover of Human League’s Don’t You Want Me.

  • Tom Jones

    The Welshman joins Janice Forsyth to chat about his new album Praise and Blame.

  • Franz Ferdinand

    Alex Kapranos and Bob Hardy chat to Janice Forsyth about their 3rd album Tonight.

  • Glasvegas

    Lead singer James Allen chats about live gigs, press attention and early creative journeys writing poems at school.

  • Florence and the Machine

    The truth behind the band’s name and a terrific live performance of Dog Days Are Over.

  • Codeine Velvet Club

    An exclusive session including Vanity Kills and Hollywood alongside chat from Fratellis front man Jon Lawler and singer Lou Hickey.

  • Calvin Harris

    The man behind Acceptable In the 80’s and Ready for the Weekend chats to Janice Forsyth about his approach to making music.


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