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Jake Bugg joins us for Breakfast

Duration:
2 hours, 59 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 04 February 2013

We've caught the Bugg for this promising music artist and he's here for breakfast!

The Brit nominated singer is taking the music world by storm with just his huge voice.

Jake Bugg first came on to the scene through BBC Introducing and graced the Glastonbury stage in 2011 at the tender age of 17.

His debut, self-titled album went to number 1 in the UK charts and he has been nominated for British Breakthrough Act at the 2013 BRIT Awards. There is no doubt there is much more to come from this folk fellow!

After wowing the team at the BBC Alive with Music launch, we're exciting to have him strumming in the studio!

Music Played

30 items
  • Image for Mott the Hoople

    Mott the Hoople Roll Away The Stone

    Mott The Hoople - Greatest Hits, CBS

  • Image for Queen

    Queen Dreamers Ball

  • Image for Frankie Valli

    Frankie Valli Can't Take My Eyes Off You

    Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons - Ve, Polygram Tv, 19

  • Image for HAIM

    HAIM Don't Save Me

    (CD Single), Polydor

  • Image for The Zutons

    The Zutons Valerie

    (CD Single), Deltasonic

  • Image for The Beatles

    The Beatles Ticket To Ride

    The Beatles - 1, Apple, 7

  • Image for Stereophonics

    Stereophonics Indian Summer

    (CD Single), Stylus Records, 1

  • Image for Althea & Donna

    Althea & Donna Uptown Top Ranking

    Rhythm Of The Sun (Various Artists), Telstar

  • Image for Musical Youth

    Musical Youth Pass The Dutchie

    Young at Heart (Various Artists), Reader's Digest

  • Image for Queen

    Queen Jealousy

  • Image for Bruce Channel

    Bruce Channel Hey Baby

    Rediscover The 60's - Sealed With A K, Old Gold

  • Image for Emilia Mitiku

    Emilia Mitiku You're Not Right For Me

    I Belong To You, Warner Bros, 1

  • Image for Queen

    Queen Leaving Home Ain't Easy

  • Image for Richard Ashcroft

    Richard Ashcroft A Song For The Lovers

    (CD Single), Hut Music

  • Image for Fleetwood Mac

    Fleetwood Mac Go Your Own Way

    The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac, Warner Strategic Marketi, 4

  • Image for Bob Dylan

    Bob Dylan I Want You

    Bob Dylan - Greatest Hits, Columbia

  • Image for Dido

    Dido No Freedom

    (CD Single), RCA, 1

  • Image for Jake Bugg

    Jake Bugg Lightning Bolt

  • Image for Jake Bugg

    Jake Bugg Country Song

  • Image for The Jimi Hendrix Experience

    The Jimi Hendrix Experience Crosstown Traffic

    The Jimi Hendrix Collection, Universal

  • Image for Jake Bugg

    Jake Bugg Fire

  • Image for T. Rex

    T. Rex Get It On

    Million Sellers Vol.19 - The Seventie, Disky

  • Image for Train

    Train Mermaid

    California 37, Columbia, 1

  • Image for The Boomtown Rats

    The Boomtown Rats I Don't Like Mondays

    25 Years Of Rock'NRoll: 1979 (Various Artists), Connoisseur Collection, 15

  • Image for Supertramp

    Supertramp Breakfast In America

    The Very Best Of Supertramp, Polygram Tv

  • Image for Jake Bugg

    Jake Bugg Someone To Hold Me

  • Image for Jake Bugg

    Jake Bugg Folsom Prison Blues

  • Image for Jake Bugg

    Jake Bugg Two Fingers

  • Image for Jake Bugg

    Jake Bugg Taste It

  • Image for David Bowie

    David Bowie Where Are We Now?

    (CD Single), ISO Records

  • Pause for Thought

    From Rev Rob Gillion, Rector of Holy Trinity Church and St Saviours.

    Fears and phobias are on my mind this morning - and the need to overcome them as they can seriously limit your journey in life. I have been in New York all last week sharing with churches our ministry with young people from inner city London, and how much of the hooded inner city street culture is the result of fear. We all have our fears and phobias. One of my challenges has been air travel, so my trip to New York last week and return would have caused me considerable trauma in the past.

    However I have had some help, support and advice. I used to have a parish in Hong Kong and I had one or two pilots in the church. Greg knew I had a phobia for flying so arranged to be the pilot on one of my flights home and put me in business class - then later he arranged for me to fly a 777 in a simulator with him as co- pilot.

    In control with a co- pilot I knew was the formula I needed to overcome my fears. We flew the plane through storms and turbulence and landed safely at the old Hong Kong airport through the high rise flats. I was overjoyed and cheered myself, until the firm voice of my co-pilot was heard saying ' Brakes Rob, brakes!! Just as well I was in a simulator.

    For me it is the analogy of my flight of faith. My co-pilot is Christ, and I have got to know him so well that have put my trust in him to guide me through the turbulence of life and have put my trust in him in all my troubles.

    We always need someone to support us overcome our fears.

    Now the first thing I do as I board plane is take a look at the pilot and if possible introduce myself and get his name. I always wear my dog collar as it helps me to pray.

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