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UK director Edgar Wright takes over and plays tunes from his record collection and explains how certain music comes to be used in certain parts of films.

A Month of Matinees continues with the British film director Edgar Wright. Making his name as the director of the cult British comedy TV show Spaced Edgar has gone on to direct the two biggest British comedy films in recent years - Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. Today he plays tunes from his record collection and explains how certain music comes to be used in certain parts of films. There's also an insight into his favourite work in other soundtracks.

2 hours

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Sun 20 Dec 2009 15:30

Music Played

  • Barry Gray

    Theme From Space 1999

  • Daddy Maxfield

    Rave 'n' Rock

  • Jarvis Cocker

    Angela

  • Metric

    Stadium Love

  • Brendan Canning

    Churches Under The Stairs

  • Handsome Boy Modeling School

    The Truth

  • Beck

    Mixed Bizness Cornelius Remix

  • Frank Black

    I Heard Ramona Sing

  • Art Brut

    Demons Out

  • The Slew

    Robbin' Banks Doin' Time

  • Siriusmo

    High Together

  • Fake Blood

    Mars

  • Supergrass

    Sitting Up Straight

  • Eagles of Death Metal

    Solid Gold

  • Queen

    Keep Yourself Alive

  • Focus - Sylvia

  • The Kinks

    Two Sisters

  • Lee Hazlewood

    My Autumn's Done Come

  • Frantique

    Strut Your Funky Stuff

  • Liquid Gold

    Dance Yourself Dizzy

  • Yomanda

    Synth & Strings

  • The Bonzo Dog Band

    Canyons Of Your Mind

  • Madness

    The Return Of The Los Palmas 7

  • Ennio Morricone

    Deep Down

  • Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass

    Casino Royale

  • Paul Williams

    The Hell Of It

  • Paul Williams

    So You Wanna Be A Boxer

  • Joe Cornish

    All Night Garage

  • Paul Giovanni

    Willow's Song

  • Quincy Jones

    They Call Me Mister Tibbs

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