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06/05/2012

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Sunday 06 May 2012

As 6 Music Celebrates: The Written Word, Nemone welcomes Irish actor Cillian Murphy in to the studio to talk music and stories in the Record Exchange.

The star of Batman, Inception, 28 Days Later and Sunshine talksto Nemone about Misterman, a new play by Enda Walsh, in which he plays the population of an entire town. Nemone also uncovers the story behind his decision to become an actor rather than a rock star.

Music Played

37 items
  • RECORD OF THE WEEKEND: Night And Day by Hot Chip

    RECORD OF THE WEEKEND: Night And Day by Hot Chip

    Released June 4th via Domino Record Company

    Hot Chip
  • MOST PLAYED - Richard Hawley's top ten guitarists (Volume 2)

    MOST PLAYED - Richard Hawley's top ten guitarists (Volume 2)

    Every weekend we ask our favourite people to curate their ten Most Played tunes, which they introduce on the wireless for us. This week we are delighted to have Hawley in the hotseat - with his top ten guitarists of all-time special!
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    We played the second half of his picks today, but the full list of ten looked like this:
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    Duane Eddy - Theme For Moon Children
    Chet Atkins - Teensville
    Howlin Wolf - Shake for me
    The Stooges - I Wanna Be Your Dog
    The Velvet Underground - Foggy Notion
    Echo & the Bunnymen - Killing Moon
    Santo & Johnny - Reflections
    Elvis Presley - Hounddog
    Pink Floyd - Lucifer Sam
    The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Manic Depression

    Richard Hawley
  • RECORD EXCHANGE with Cillian Murphy

    RECORD EXCHANGE with Cillian Murphy

    Cillian Murphy came into the studio to talk about his new play (Misterman at the National), his experimental rock past, and swap records with Nemone.
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    Nem's song choice for Cillian: STUCK ON A PUZZLE by Alex Turner
    Cillian's song choice for Nem: MAN OF THE WORLD by Fleetwood Mac

    Misterman at the National

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