Juliet and Terence on: the toxic power of superfans; do we all need a nemesis?; and tales of queuing for tickets through the years. Plus four gorgeous tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: reasons to be cheerful; BBC presenters earning big bundles from corporate work; and… what’s the deal with Lou Reed? Plus four majestic pieces of music too.
Juliet and Terence on: prog rock, snooker, and celebs in bands; are we in favour of all women festivals?; and the comfort of doing the same thing over and over! Plus four delectable tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: Harry and Meghan saving the planet; band reunions we don’t want to happen; and Gwyneth and her book curator. Plus four lush tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: rules and regulations with Paul McCartney; the madness of early risers; and life summarised in fifteen seconds. Plus four luscious tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: record company execs vs teenage girls; emoji wars; and band conflicts starring drummers and producers… Plus four alluring tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: the dangerous life of the theatre usher; our 2019/20 football predictions; and the death of the guitar. Plus four bewitching tracks of music.
It’s sizzling! It’s sultry! It’s summer! A Parish Counsel Special – Terence plays his top ten reggae tracks of all time… It’s a scorcher!
Juliet and Terence on: hospitality… and freeloaders; Dylan and the art of communication; and Naomi Campbell’s latex gloves. Plus four sparkling tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: cleaning up with Stella McCartney; have a download with your hoodie – the profitable world of album bundling; and gig-cations with your favourite indie stars. Plus four bewitching tracks of music…
Juliet and Terence on: why watching television is about to get very, very expensive; the unified theory of excuses (eh?); and forty years of the Sony Walkman. Plus four humid and sultry tracks of music…
Juliet and Terence on: the art of newspaper obituaries; turning up the heat on climate change protests; and we review ‘Drag S.O.S.’ on Channel 4. Plus four sizzling tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: Juliet & Rylan – the ongoing story; Elton and Rocketman; lazy linguistics; and Bob Dylan – is he really all that? Plus four sumptuous tracks of music too…
Juliet and Terence on: Juliet and Rylan on BBC Radio 2…!; the ‘say *yes* to everything’ movement; and… would you accept an O.B.E.? Plus four superb tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: the demise of iTunes; Years And Years (and Rihanna… and milkshakes…); and how the inequalities in music income reflect the wider economy. Plus four delicious tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: Morrissey’s journey to the right; The Importance Of Being Discogs; and the rise of anxious pop songs for anxious people. Plus four glorious (non-anxious) tracks of music…
by Gavin Hogg: Nige and I met to talk about his writing career and memories of Word in a London pub in December 2018. During a quick chat before we began the business at hand, we discussed transcribing, editing and reordering interviews. Nige told me a piece of advice he learnt from someone who knows a bit about it. “Something David Hepworth always told me is that no-one ever sued a journalist for making them sound better than they are.” I really enjoyed reading Butch Wilkins and the Sundance Kid. It seemed to that your childhood was a struggle for
Juliet and Terence on: Imposter Syndrome; Emma Hayes and the grass ceiling; and Woodstock at 50 (box set anyone?). Plus four luscious tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: Jeremy Kyle and humiliation by television; Premier League reflections; and answering the question, “what’s so great about the Eurovision Song Contest?” Plus four shimmering tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: the debatable value of vox pops; sliding doors moments in real life; and the seemingly infinite market for heritage act nostalgia. Oh – plus four groove-worthy tunes.