Juliet and Terence experience election ennui; Juliet reports on the snooker in Sheffield; and we weigh up whether we are too old to wear window jeans. Plus four great tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence play ‘guess the Conservative majority’; listen to a bloke snoring at the Royal Albert Hall; and rattle fifty tiny tambourines. Plus there’s four great tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence wonder if we’re all just one step away from being dragged off a United Airlines flight; discuss whether it’s better to be in a relegation fight rather than existing in mid-table mediocrity; explore where all the youth tribes have gone; and listen to new Beatles’ reissues. Plus play four great tracks of music…
Juliet and Terence examine the resurrection of vinyl through Record Store Day; why sorry seems to be the hardest word; and a review of Jesus And Mary Chain live, and their new album. Plus four great tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: the trials of being on tour with Chuck Berry; sporting hierarchies treating supporters with contempt; and John Lydon – icon or eejit? Plus four great tracks of music.