Episode 109: 39 minutes running time
Hello from Oxfordshire, Englandshire, UKshire! There are no phone-calls this week. Feel free to join us via Skype during the show, or let us have a number and we’ll call you!
- Tom Robinson’s brilliant video explanation of how The Tom Robinson Band happened and how he arrived at the composition of musical icon 2-4-6-8 Motorway (see the video below! Go on, watch it!)
- Free give-away: 1 CD copy of Girl In Rome’s debut EP ‘Tell It To The Harps’
- A big-up for The Sitting Duck Podcast and the excellent audio production: The Sitting Duck Collection
- A very favourable look at Neanderthal Radio‘s video
- A film review of ‘Kick-Ass’ (our review contradicts with that of British tabloid newspaper: The Daily Mail)
- A quick look at just one of the names on the bill for the 2010 Cornbury Festival – Jackson Browne!
- A potential interview with a local musician this week, and getting a couple of future interviews lined up for the next few months
- A brief look at two other films: Casino Royale which, confusingly, was the first in the James Bond genre and Blown Away which wins the award for Worst Irish Accents Ever Inflicted On The Human Race
- Another give-away – it’s time to get rid of another This Reality Podcast T-Shirt!
You want more? Really?
How about the musical goodness that this week includes:
- The Gadsdens, Sailor Song (http://www.myspace.com/thegadsdens)
- New Century Classics, Is (http://www.myspace.com/newcenturyclassics)
- Talk In Code, Not How It Seems (http://www.myspace.com/talkincode)
- Ben Walker, Avocado (http://ihatemornings.com/)
- Ben Walker, It Won’t Be Long (http://ihatemornings.com/)
About this production:
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As promised, here’s the Tom Robinson video: