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Another chance to hear British poet Murray Lachlan Young taking a lyrical look at punk rock.

He's joined by Penny Rimbaud, who co-founded the Anarcho-punk band Crass in 1977, and punk poet, DIY club runner and punk magazine editor Kirsty Allison.

First broadcast 2017.

2 hours

Music Played

  • The Damned

    New Rose

    • Big Beat.
  • Sex Pistols


  • Buzzcocks

    What Do I Get?

    • EMI.
  • John Cooper Clarke

    I Don't Want To Be Nice

  • The Slits

    Typical Girls

    • CUT.
    • Island.
  • The Clash

    White Riot

    • Columbia.
  • Attila the Stockbroker

    Contributory Negligence

  • Penetration

    Don't Dictate

    • VIRGIN.
  • The Jam

    In The City

    • Polydor.
  • Crass

    Punk Is Dead

  • Crass

    Fight War, Not Wars

  • David Bowie

    Ziggy Stardust

    • EMI.
  • Crass

    End Result

  • Jeffrey Lewis

    Where Next Columbus?

    • Twelve Crass Songs.
  • Small Faces

    Itchycoo Park

    • Pinnacle.
  • Midlake

    Young Bride

    • Bella Union.
  • Sex Pistols

    C'mon Everybody

  • Crass

    Bloody Revolutions

  • Sex Pistols

    Anarchy In The U.K.

    • Virgin.
  • Patti Smith Group

    Pissing In A River

  • Crass

    Yes Sir, I Will

  • Penny Rimbaud, Kate Short & Liam Noble

    Anthem For The Doomed Youth

    • What Passing Bells: The War Poems of Wilfred Owen.
    • One Little Indian.
  • Iggy and The Stooges

    Tight Pants

  • Patti Smith


    • ARISTA.
  • Métal Urbain


    • Les Plus Grands Succès Du Punk.
  • Adam and the Ants

    Car Trouble

    • Columbia.
  • Siouxsie and the Banshees

    Hong Kong Garden

    • Polydor.
  • The Jim Carroll Band

    People Who Died