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Murray Lachlan Young encapsulates our hopes and fears for the Eurovision Song Contest.
How William Marston’s mistress was the inspiration for his comic book heroine.
Wilko and John Wilson check mics and levels ahead of the recording at Maida Vale Studios.
presented by Mark Lawson
Martin Goodman discovers how and why The Sage Gateshead was funded.
Wilko Johnson jokes about the technical problems in his Mastertapes warm up.
Graham demonstrates his unparalleled Eurovision expertise.
Actor David Watson on being turned into Dr Cornelius in Beneath The Planet of The Apes.
Clio Barnard talks about the joys of the scrapyard for her new film, The Selfish Giant.
Bonnie Tyler talks about how her career got in the way of starting a family.
Left-handed Wilko talks about playing guitar right-handed and how his style evolved.
Wilko says he missed a meeting with Lee Brilleaux because he was with a girlfriend.
Antonia Fraser chooses J.M.W Turner's The Fighting Temeraire
Mike Scott says Lindsay who features in Bang on the Ear didn't know verse was about her.
Mike Scott and Steve Wickham of The Waterboys perform their song about touring.
Mike Scott and Steve Wickham of The Waterboys perform Saints and Angels for Mastertapes.
Wilko Johnson performs Dr Feelgood's Roxette for Mastertapes.
Mike Scott and Steve Wickham of The Waterboys perform Mad as the Mist and Snow.
Mike Scott and Steve Wickham perform The Whole of the Moon in Fisherman's Blues style.
The Explosion was published in 1974 in Larkin's final collection of poetry High Windows
Mike Scott and Steve Wickham perform Fisherman's Blues for Mastertapes at Maida Vale.
Michael Douglas on his role as Liberace in Behind the Candelabra, also starring Matt Damon
Mark Lawson talks to Tom Sharpe for Radio 4’s Front Row. First broadcast in November 2002.
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