After my absence from Tone last week, I was back on air earlier tonight, which I enjoyed.
I did my usual thing: 2 hours of my favorite music mixed in with my take on the week’s events.
This week I spoke about…
- The Yes, Prime Minister stage production which I saw on Tuesday. I played a clip of my favorite scene from the Yes, Prime Minister DVDs (the bit about who reads what newspaper).
- The nice sunny weather we’ve had in Cheltenham this week. Apparently it’ll change at the weekend. 🙁
- The radio listening diary I’ve been keeping for the RAP103 Radio Texts & Contexts assessment. I’ve also now set up a Radio Listening blog, which you can see at fred-hart.co.uk/listening.
- TV highlights for the next week: my advice was to stick to BBC 2, because everything I picked out for the next week is on that channel…
- Bob Marley – Iron Lion Zion
- Appleton – Don’t Worry
- Alannah Miles – Black Velvet
- The Verve – The Drugs Don’t Work
- Japan – Quiet Life
- Emerson String Quartet – Barber: Adaigo for Strings Op11-2 Molto Adaigo
- Abba – Lay All Yor Love On Me
- Χαρής Κωστόπουλος – Πρώτα Ο Θέος
- Take That – Hold On
- The Rolling Stones – Anybody Seen My Baby
- The Beatles – Eleanor Rigby
- Cher – Takin’ Back My Heart
- Anne Akiko Meyers; Stephen Mercurio; London Symphony Orchestra – J.S.Bach: Violin Concerto No2 in E Major, BWV 1042 (iii Allegro Assai)
- Robbie Williams – You Know Me
- Genesis – Tell Me Why
- The Brand New Heavies – Ten Ton Take
- Squeeze – Cool for Cats
- Foster the People – Pumped Up Kicks
- Don McLean – Love Hurts
- B.B.King – The Thrill Is Gone
- Otto Dantone; Accademia Bizantina; J.S.Bach – JSBach Cantata No52 BWV52 – Fälsche Welt, dir trau ich nicht – Sinfonia
- Lady Antebellum – Lookin’ for a Good Time
- Train – Hey, Soul Sister
- George Frederic Handel – Concerto Grosso No11 in A, 1st Movement
- Βασιλής Καρράς – Ψιχολογικά
- Fats Domino – Walking to New Orleans