A quick roundup of some radio highlights. More of those actual John Peel downloads tomorrow.
Days in The Life: Pink Floyd at 40
Saturday 17th November BBC Radio 2 20:00 – 21:00
“Two part documentary in which the four members of Pink Floyd talk about 40 years in the business.” Available via Listen Again for the customary 7 days following each broadcast. And also still available to download is, The Wish You’d Be Here – The History of Pink Floyd. The documentary from 2002.
Kraftwerk: We Are the Robots
Thursday 22nd November BBC Radio 4 11:30 – 12:00
“Marc Riley traces the career of Kraftwerk, whose 1970s electronic music owed more to the experimental German classical compositions of Karlheinz Stockhausen than to any pop tradition. They were part of a new generation of young West Germans, living in the shadow of the Cold War, who identified with the need to recapture a German cultural identity distinct from that of Britain and America.”
Steve Lamacq’s programme on Monday 19th November 16:00 – 19:00: “Thom and Ed join Lamacq to speak for the first time about ‘In Rainbows'”. I gather they’ll be making an appearance at around 17:00 but don’t take my word for that! The following day, Tuesday 20th November they pop up on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 programme which runs from 19:00 to 21:00.
Mighty Boosh in the Live Lounge Broadcast on Radio 1 Thursday 15th November. And on the Shaun Keaveny’s 6 Music breakfast show Broadcast on 6 Music Tuesday 13th November, with additional video here
Go here for mighty boosh files:
booshare The Mighty Boosh
The 2007 Festive Fifty
Festive Fifty 2007
Don’t forget to get your entry in for the latest Festive 50 over at at Dandelion Radio. Voting ends at 23:59 on 30th November.
I try my best but please don’t rely on these dates and times being 100% accurate. Check the relevant links, (presuming those are correct!), to be certain.