Clive Anderson, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Rufus Sewell, Alex Polizzi, Michael Mosley, Emma Freud, Lois and the Love
Clive Anderson is joined by Emmylou Harris, Rufus Sewell, Alex Polizzi, and Michael Mosley, with music from Lois and the Love and Emmylou Harris.
Clive reminisces with L.A-based actor Rufus Sewell, who's treading the boards alongside Kristen Scott Thomas, playing Deeley in Harold Pinter's 'Old Times'. Locked away in a secluded farmhouse, Kate, Deeley and Anna reminisce about their early days together in London but, with conflicting memories and underlying sexual tensions, the past suddenly feels vividly present. 'Old Times' is at Harold Pinter Theatre, London until Saturday 6th April.
Clive checks in with hotelier and businesswoman Alex Polizzi, who's back with a second fix of her BBC Two series, bringing battling businesses back to life. From a hair and beauty salon in Essex to a 100 year old fabric shop in London's East End, Alex uses her unique expertise to help a wide range of family run businesses. 'Alex Polizzi's: The Fixer' returns to our screens in February.
Gadget girl Emma Freud talks to the very inventive journalist, physician and broadcaster Michael Mosley, whose new BBC Two series reveals the fascinating chain of events behind inventions that make everyday life possible. From early telephony to the birth of television, Michael explores how British inventive genius transformed our world. 'The Genius of Invention' is on Thursday 24th January at 21.00.
Clive's saddled up for a rodeo with country music royalty; multi-Grammy-award winners Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell. As old friends and former collaborators in Emmylou's Hot Band, they talk about their chart-topping careers and reuniting to duet on their new album 'Old Yellow Moon'. They perform 'Dreaming My Dreams'. Yee-ha!!
And more music from raucous rockers Lois & The Love who play 'Dark Serenade' from their forthcoming album.
Producer Cathie Mahoney.
Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell
Lois & The Love
Lois & The Love play The Underbelly in London on Friday 15th February.
'Dark Serenade' is available now on Normal Recordings.