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.
Juliet with a blossom-filled May Day special featuring music for dancing round the maypole, slouching on the sofa, or driving through the night to Summerisle. Tunes to accompany your frolics and gambols through the bluebells, from Liz Phair, Charlotte Hatherley, Black Box Recorder, Epic45 and more…
Juliet presents an Easter Special – a themed podcast full of tunes with a link to Easter – it’s like a chocolate egg for the ears!
Juliet and Terence on: snooping around at the Royal Opera House; save us from ‘enforced jollity’!;and the lure of Fortnite and its effect on Harry Kane… Plus four tantalising tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: social media posts that cost a career; setting out the rules for cheating in sport & music; and the renaissance of Raheem Sterling. Plus four delectable tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: whether happiness is overrated; twenty-five years of Central Perk; and celebrating the lives of Ranking Roger, and Scott Walker. Plus four tippity toppity tracks of music…
Juliet and Terence on: the fate of BBC Radio Three’s ‘Late Junction’; World Poetry Day; and… how much would you pay to see The Who at Wembley Stadium? Plus four sizzling tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: the life and artistry of Hal Blaine; we ask – are you common?; and… our favourite cartoon series of all time. Plus four peppy tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: Leaving Neverland – can we separate the music from the man?; Who are you? The angst of forgetting names; and…remembering Keith Flint. Plus four fire-starting tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: Stacey Dooley and ‘white saviours’; eavesdropping iPhones; and – what’s so great about Mark Hollis? Plus four divine tracks of music…
Juliet and Terence on the best and the worst jobs in the world; ‘pay to play’ venues; and HOORAY! for Prog Rock. Plus four bewitching tracks of music…
Juliet and Terence wrestle with hard drives and vinyl albums; should we support the supporting act?; and less Huw Edwards means more Stacey Dooley… Plus four whizzo tracks of music.
Juliet and Terence on: the dreary and drab nature of chat shows; four books to read before you snuff it; plus… Juliet and her grandmother’s crockery. With four great tracks of music added in.