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Music Special

1 hour
First broadcast:
Saturday 16 April 2011

A panel of guests from the music industry take part in Fighting Talk's first ever music special, to celebrate National Record Store Day.

The line up includes BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio 2 presenter Steve Lamacq; Radiohead guitarist Ed O'Brien; Bob Mills, the 'recorder and triangle-playing legend', and Ex-England and Aston Villa player Dion Dublin.

Plus the band The Establishment join us in the studio along with Dion providing a live version of Fighting Talk's very own signature tune.

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  • Steve Lamacq

    Steve Lamacq

    Steve's been giving an inside track on the UK music scene to radio listeners for 25 years. When he's not hand-picking the music for his Radio 2 and 6 music shows, Steve's busy being arguably the most famous fan of Colchester United.

    Steve Lamacq's BBC Radio 2 profile
  • Ed O'Brien

    Ed O'Brien

    Ed O'Brien, seen here at Radio 1 HQ, is a guitarist in Radiohead.

    The band recently released a new album, The King Of Limbs.

    Ed O'Brien's page at BBC Music
  • Dion Dublin

    Dion Dublin

    Former Man Utd, Villa, Leicester and Celtic striker Dion Dublin's no stranger to Fighting Talk. He should be a great fit for the music special - he's even invented his own musical instrument!

    Dion shows Late Kick Off his musical side
  • Bob Mills

    What can we say about comedian Bob Mills's musical pedigree and influences?

    Not much actually.

    However, he's hosted scores of music shows on TV. And we hear he's pretty nifty on the recorder and the triangle.

    Bob's 'Comedy CV'
  • The Establishment, Ed O'brien, Dion Dublin, Steve Lamacq, Bob Mills

    The Establishment, Ed O'brien, Dion Dublin, Steve Lamacq, Bob Mills



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