Episode 111: 55 minutes running time
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This week we bring you top music (as usual) conversation (as usual) and a telephone conversation with an ex-pat British poet who lives in Nebraska
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- News that we have a couple of literary guests lined up for future inclusion
- No films to talk about this week
- Soph has invented a new word
- A look at the headline acts of the ‘fully revealed’ Pilton Pop Festival Glastonbury Music Festival, which reveals a surprise
- We’ve had a preview copy of the new Ivan Campo album ‘What Went Wrong’, which is excellent
- For some reason, there’s been a significant amount of people commenting *about* this show over here
- The eruption of a volcano in Iceland affecting air travel in Europe
- London failing to make ‘the top 50 cities to live’ – but Manchester made the top 50!
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How about the musical goodness that this week includes:
- Airship, This is Hell (http://www.myspace.com/airshiptheband)
- Damon Brock, Promenade (http://www.myspace.com/damonbrockmusic)
- Red Light Company, Scheme-Eugene (http://www.myspace.com/redlightcompany)
- Fanfarlo, Drowning Men (http://www.myspace.com/fanfarlo)
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