Juliet and Terence on bands with a revolving door approach to membership; things in life that bring us joy; and fifty years of gay rights in the UK, but is it too soon to celebrate? Plus four great tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence disagree on just about everything this week: the relevance of Doctor Who; Ken Loach vs. Radiohead in Israel; and the justification of marches and carnivals on urban streets. There’s four great tracks of music to bring some harmony…
Juliet and Terence disagree about the ‘fun’ to be had at antiques fairs; wonder if the game is up for Sky Sports; and – booze and work parties… what could possibly go wrong? Plus four great tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: ‘the incident in a Bexhill café’; have we reached peak bantz?; and the decline and fall of the Blue Peter empire. Plus four great tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence: Mr Corbyn in St. Leonards-On-Sea; a look back at Glastonbury; going to a job interview with Justine Greening; and we ask – what’s the big deal with Radiohead? Plus four great tracks of music!