Now You’re Talking is a chat show that let’s the guests do the talking.
The podcast that started out as a byproduct of Stewart Pink’s radio show has now became it’s own chat show that includes exclusive content you won’t hear on the radio featuring funny, interesting and/or inspiring people from every walk of life. With guests ranging from the future stars of music, comedy icons & film stars to community heroes, legends of rock, school kids & 104 year old chicken farmers - it’s all going on. So pull up a virtual chair, download, subscribe and join us for a chat show all about the guests.
I caught up with Andreas, Andrew & Craig from 3 piece Edinburgh based rock band Black Lesion to chat about their debut EP “Mindless Feeding Device”. Full of complex, gut busting guitar riffs, head banging choruses and the odd face melting solo thrown in this EP is kicking open the doors of the rock saloon, making an entrance you can’t miss!
Black Lesion’s new EP Mindless Feeding Device is out now.
Ahead of this week’s #AsYetUntitledRockShow I talked to Shauna Tohill, Rews’ chief warrior about the anthemic new Rews album, Warriors.
We caught up with Shauna about her virtual tours and how she’s been shining a light on some amazing women during lockdown. We also talked about some of her favourite tracks, influences and inspirations for the new album, mastering at Abbey Road studios, her mate Roger Taylor, the awesome new fan video and loads more – plus we tried singing backwards!
The new Rews album Warriors is out now with more fist pumping anthemic choruses than you can shake a spear at and songs to heal your battle scars – prepare for the irresistible urge to throw shapes.
Ahead of this week’s #One2ThreeShow I talked to writer, musician and director Chris Wade.
As a musician, Chris Wade’s band Dodson and Fogg has an impressive back catalogue and has featured the likes of Nigel Planer and Toya Wilcox, he’s written and directed documentaries and films and has written several audiobooks with Wisdom Twins Books. His previous release “Cutey and the Sofaguard” narrated by Rik Mayall, gained a large cult following and his latest release “Raymonds Room” narrated by Nigel Planer is written in similar vein; funny, energetic, relatable yet imaginative and is guaranteed to connect with and cheer up your inner loser! We talk about Chris’ music, his audiobooks, some invaluable tips for creators and his surreal experiences working with comedy heroes Nigel and Rik. Plus how does Mark Searby measure on the Bastard scale?
Ahead of this week’s #One2ThreeShow I talked to actor, comedian, playwright and all-round national treasure Nigel Planer.
Nigel, of course, is most famous for his role as everybody’s favourite long-haired hippy, Neil, from The Young Ones, has been in countless TV and West End stage productions and narrated several audiobooks. We talk about some of his favourite West End roles, what it was like taking comedy to a new level in the 80s, his latest project “Raymond’s Room”, theatre in the time of Covid19, his upcoming album “five songs left” and his new play “All Above Board”. Plus was Rik Mayall really a bastard?
On this week’s #AsYetUntitledRockShow we’re joined by Eddie King from Edinburgh-based rock band RumRunners.
We caught up with Eddie about what RumRunners have been getting up to in isolation, how they’re enhancing the power of livestream to bring a more realistic gig experience to their fans and we checked in on the safety of his eyebrows. (Standard)
On this week’s #AsYetUntitledRockShow we’re joined by “Bamm Bamm” from heavy metal country rockers Bootyard Bandits, a five-strong group of outlaws from wild, wild Worcester breaking all the rules of “serious” rock music with hilarious and occasionally gruesome videos accompanying their singles.
Bootyard Bandits are a bootscootin’ heavy country rock band hotly tipped to become one of the UK’s “most wanted” bands.
Comprised of ex-members of The Defiled, Grim Reaper, Fury and Villains, these cowboys come armed with an arsenal of catchy anthems such as “Hoedown Showdown”, “Cøuntry Music” and “One Hell Of A Night”, and bring a live show like no other t’boot.
We talked to “Bamm Bamm” all about the band, their recent lockdown adventures, what it was like combining rock, lego and tomato ketchup plus what’s next for Bootyard Bandits.
On this week’s #One2ThreeShow we were joined by local hero, former Essex police and crime commissioner and chair of Essex Community Foundation, Nick Alston CBE DL. We talked about his background and the amazing role that the Essex Community Foundation has in supporting so many vital charities, voluntary groups and projects throughout the county. To find out more about the work they do matching people, ideas, resources and needs, to register a good cause, highlight a local issue or lend your support in many different ways visit the Essex Community Foundation website, www.essexcomunityfoundation.org.uk.
On this week’s #One2ThreeShow we were joined by Max Harris, head of music at St Martin’s School, Brentwood and students Sophie, Archie, Emily & Tom to talk about and share their virtual music performances.
The St Martin’s Summer Concert will be going online this year and to enjoy a virtual music performance you can watch the event live-streamed on the St Martin’s Music YouTube Channelfrom 6pm on Wednesday 24th June.
This week on the #AsYetUntitledRockShow we’re joined by drummer “extraordinaire” Dan Southall from British rock band These Wicked Rivers to chat about the band’s forthcoming debut album “Eden” out on 22nd May and introduce us to a couple of tracks.
On this week’s #One2ThreeShow, broadcasting from The Pink House Studios (my bedroom) we were joined by rising star of the music scene, Irish singer/songwriter Aimée to introduce her debut EP Confession. She also brought the dog along and gave us a great tip to get a change of scene in lockdown!
This week on the One2Three show I was broadcasting from The Pink House Studios (my bedroom) again and to make sure you had the authentic experience, Mum & Dad did the weather! We were joined by the fabulous Abigail Carter-Simpson to hear and chat about her uplifting and hilarious new song, Covid19 and we even managed to reenact THAT famous scene from last year’s feel-good movie of the year!
On this week’s #One2ThreeShow, broadcasting from The Pink House Studios (my bedroom) we were joined by the iconic Stacey Jackson; singer, songwriter, full time mum, entrepreneur, author, actress and all round superstar to introduce her latest album StaePumped Volume 3. We caught up on life in lockdown, keeping fit at home, the new album and working/hanging with Snoop Dogg!
I caught up with everybody’s favourite Wessex Boy, Frank Turner, backstage at Southend Cliff’s Pavilion.
With Frank part way through his UK Solo Tour, Lost Evenings IV, we talked about the obvious challenges playing this tour and his thoughts on the future of the live music industry as a whole in the wake of the Coronavirus.
Plus, find out which song took 5 years and 20 minutes to write, the definition of “post studio stress disorder”, the experience of unearthing some untold stories with “No Man’s Land” and who looks after Frank’s cat on tour!
Tickets are still available for some of the remaining dates of the Lost Evenings IV Tour and to keep up to date with all things Frank, including tour updates follow him on social media or visit www.frank-turner.com
In honour of International Women’s Day on Sunday, I filled the entire show this week with some of the most inspiring/awesome women I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing on Phoenix FM. On this week’s One2Three show we talked to some amazing women from all walks of life; comedians, rockstars and former chicken farmers all had their own inspiring message to share from confronting “invisibility” and surrounding yourself with people you love to recognising breast implant illness, ageing gracefully and tackling adversity. Listen to the full show featuring clips from Cally Beaton, Charlotte Carpenter, Alessi’s Ark, Dorothy & Greta Brandler or hear the full interviews in previous episodes of this podcast.
I was joined on the #AsYetUntitledRockShow by Alex Pattle, drummer from Brentwood based indie band Ocean Flaws. We talked about the band’s new single “Deep Sea Dreaming”, the best (and shortest) caravan holiday of the year and what 2020 holds in store for the local band.
I was joined in the studio by YouTube star Asim Hussain AKA SuperRebel. With over 150k subscribers to his channel Asim is using his knowledge and expertise in online media and marketing to support businesses. We talked about how and why he started his own YouTube channel and picked his brains on how we can all post better videos and be more successful in online marketing. For more details on how Asim’s company can take your business to the next level visit www.mme-london.com.
I was joined on the #AsYetUntitledRockShow by Nikki Smash from Brighton rock trio The Rocket Dolls. We talked about the band’s latest single and music video for “The Grip”, their forthcoming third studio album “The Art of Disconnect” and what it’s really like playing with fire!
I was joined on the #AsYetUntitledRockShow by Andrew Hunt from Welsh rock band Buffalo Summer. We talked about the band’s latest single “Everybody’s Out For Number 1” and their forthcoming third studio album “Desolation Blue”.
I was joined by Nashville’s rising country star Chloe Collins. A songwriter since the age of 8 and influenced by the likes of Taylor Swift and Katy Perry, Chloe Collins has already had one of her tracks featured on the ABC family TV show ‘The Vineyard’ and on the 100th episode of NASHVILLE on CMT and with the ability to write songs faster than she can record them she’s certainly a talent you’ll hear a lot more of in the future.
On the #AsYetUntitledRockShow I was joined by Did Coles, guitarist from stadium-bound rock band EMPYRE. We talked about the band’s new video for the single “My Bad”, their epic debut album “Self Aware”, creative processes, their UK Tour supporting some mega rockstars and Henrik’s alleged six-pack.
I was joined on the phone by Alessi and Jason of Alessi’s Ark to introduce their new single “Woman”. Last time we spoke they’d just got engaged. (Congratulations!) This time we talked about what it’s like working with those closest to you and their upcoming tour… plus Jason’s Grandad Norman AKA “World Scrabble Champ” and we unofficially started a campaign to bring back free Vienetta.
The new single “Woman” by Alessi’s Ark is out now.
In other news, the final scrabble scores were;
A rematch has been scheduled.
This week on the #AsYetUntitledRockShow we successfully managed to “raise hell” with the “flawless” Dorothy Martin from American rock band Dorothy joining us on the show! We talked about boobs, rock n roll, the hotly anticipated album number three and an empowering body-positive message from one of rock’s female icons!
Dorothy talked openly about her experience of Beast Implant Illness and to find out more information or support about this visit www.healingbreastimplantillness.com.
My regular movie mate, cinematic chum and film friend also writes books. Mark Searby is a bit of a fan of all things Rik Mayall… he literally wrote the book on it. Mark gives a detailed, adoring account of Rik’s groundbreaking work featuring interviews with some of the people that knew and worked with Rik for a true glimpse into the life of one of the greatest British comedians of our time .
Every Friday from 1:30pm Mark joins me on air to give us the lowdown on the latest cinema and DVD film releases. To catch up on this week’s reviews or to check out more film reviews, click here.
To order a physical copy of Rik Mayall: Comedy Genius click here.
To order a digital copy of Rik Mayall: Comedy Genius click here.
Presenting a radio show, I've had the honour of meeting and talking to so many amazing people from rockstars, musicians, comedians and celebrities to inspiring community heroes. Last week, I met one of my favourite ever guests. I know you shouldn't have favourites but this was quite special. I had set aside half an hour to talk to 104 year old Greta Brandler at Beeches care and nursing home but when Greta welcomed me into her home we talked for nearly two hours and in that time she shared more wisdom and life advice than you could ever get from all the TED Talks in the world.
I condensed our chat down to a 30 minute listen and played the interview out on my show this week. Unsurprisingly, many of our listeners got in touch to say how much they enjoyed listening to Greta. This really is one to cherish.
I was joined by 4 piece alt pop rock band Offshore on the #AsYetUntitledRockShow. They played 3 tracks for us live in the studio and released not one but two brand new singles exclusively on Phoenix FM, we chatted all things Offshore and even got around to a twitter Q&A.
You can see Offshore performing live on tour now – for tickets and details visit www.alstarmusic.co.uk/alstarmusiclive.
I caught up with Shauna Tohill from Irish rock band Rews during their tour supporting glam rock icons The Darkness. We talked about the tour, debut album Pyro, musical roots & songwriting (including one you won’t hear written in the back of a tour bus!) what’s coming up in 2020 PLUS up close and personal with Frankie’s cowbell…
You can see Rews on The Phoenix Tour from March this year, click here or visit www.rewsmusic.com for tickets and further details.
As 2019 draws to a close I'm immensely proud of this little podcast and so grateful to all of my amazing guests I've had the pleasure of interviewing this year on Phoenix FM. To celebrate, here's a silly little montage of some of my favourite moments with all words taken entirely out of context.
I was joined by genuine rock royalty and probably the world’s most iconic flautist, Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull on this week's #AsYetUntitledRockShow.
Join us on a musical journey with Ian Anderson through some of the history of Jethro Tull and an exclusive peek behind the scenes of one of the greatest British rock bands of all time.
You can see Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull on multiple tours in 2020;
– The Prog Years UK Tour will draw heavily on material from Tull’s more ‘prog’ albums, focussing on the early ‘heavy hitters’ of the Tull catalogue and classic albums
– The Ian Anderson on Jethro Tull Tour will be visiting a number of England’s slightly smaller venues for an intimate evening of performance and chat with archive video footage covering his career and the history of Jethro Tull. Ian will be accompanied by guitarist Joe Parrish. The audience will be invited to pose interesting and challenging questions, a format following that of the successful Rubbing Elbows with… tours in America in 2002/3.
For tickets and further details about both tours visit www.jethrotull.com
Dom Major has been busy making more more music than you can shake a stick at releasing four singles in as many weeks and most importantly, they're all brilliant! I caught up with Dom to talk in detail about his music, what it's been like releasing them in a short space of time and what else is in his arsenal.
I was joined on the phone by Charlotte Carpenter to introduce her brand new release, officially this year’s unofficial Christmas song, “Another Year”. We also caught up on what’s been occurring since we last spoke at Latitude Festival. We talked about her inspiration behind the song, tours, the merits of a good dressing gown and writing a TEDx talk.
I was joined in the studio by Richard Pond to launch the first EVER Billericay Christmas Lights Trail, a bit of local festive fun in aid of The Bedroom Build project by Fraser And Friends. For more information and to get involved in the competition visit The Billericay Christmas Lights Facebook Page.
I was joined in the studio by Diane Matthews from the Brentwood/Montbazon Town Twinning Association to discuss their previous and upcoming activities and events including free conversational French lessons. For more information visit https://brentwoodfrenchtwinning.com
Maggie Duggan and Jayne Herring from the Brentwood Care Centre came in to chat about their facility, located in Larchwood Gardens, Pilgrims Hatch, introduce their roles in the Centre, which specialises in dementia care, and talk about Christmas activities.
I was joined on the phone by Scott McWatt to introduce his as yet unreleased single "Gimme All Your Love". We also talked about songwriting from personal experiences, my favourite new word "life-ing", what it was like working with producer Mark Morrow and playing the guitar that starred in "Yesterday"!
I was joined in the studio by Brian McGovern to launch this year's Rucksack Project on behalf of Cool To Be Kind.
Cool To Be Kind are a Chelmsford based community project that supports rough sleepers in and around Essex. The Rucksack Project is an initiative to collect and distribute essential items to rough sleepers in order to make the winter months a little more comfortable for homeless people.
To find out more about Cool To Be Kind and The Rucksack Project go to www.c2bk.co.uk.
I was joined on the phone by Alessi and Jason of Alessi's Ark to introduce their new single "Born Free". We also talked about their recent engagement (congratulations!), touring with Mumford & Sons, songwriting, upcoming projects, Babywoman Records and Happy Days Children's Charity.
The new single "Born Free" by Alessi's Ark is out now.
You can see Alessi's Ark perform live on November 30th at The Harisson, Kings Cross, London.
I was joined on the phone by singer/songwriter/guitarist/comedian Jaz Mattu to introduce his new single "The Journey". We also talked about his influences, writing songs for studio vs songs for live performance, how operatic training impacts songwriting, combining his comedy and musical talents and plans for an upcoming album.
The new single "The Journey" by Jaz Mattu is out now.
After a whole week of covering The Breakfast Show, I was joined on the phone by Saffron from Republica.
You can see Republica performing live on Saturday 2nd November at Hideaways in Chelmsford – click here or visit www.seetickets.com for tickets.
I was joined on the phone by Gary Michaels, standup comedian and the man behind London's most recommended open-mic comedy nights, Stand Up Nights London. Gary is creating a stand-up comedy pathway supporting comedians to move from open-mic to paid gigs. Happy Hour Comedy starts 8:30pm on Saturday 2nd November and every Saturday thereafter at the Nell Of Old Drury, 29 Catherine Street, Covent Garden.
I was joined in the studio by Catherine Loadman from Pinney Talfourd Solicitors to talk about their charity of the year and the firm's fundraising events.
For more information about The Havering Association for People with Disabilities visit www.hadhavering.co.uk
I was joined in the studio by Honey Luvnuts & Jo Jo. Honey Luvnuts is an international comedy drag queen and Jo Jo is living with Lyme disease, raising awareness of the condition and fundraising for UK Lyme & M.E Research. The dynamic duo have teamed up to host a glamorous night of entertainment at the County Hotel in Chelmsford featuring a live performance from 90's legend Baby D, DJ Ian Black and a "man auction" all hosted by Honey Luvnuts.
For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.benoxer.com
I spoke to Brian McGovern from Chelmsford based community project, Cool To Be Kind about the work they do to help and support rough sleepers in and around the South East. To see more details of all the work that Cool To Be Kind do and how you can get involved to help and support their projects visit www.c2bk.co.uk.
I spoke to Actor/Comedian/Satirist Tom Walker who is most widely known for his on-screen character, Jonathan Pie. You’ll recognise Jonathan from his viral YouTube videos as the fictional frustrated news reporter that satirises the world of politics and media. Known for explosive “off-air” rants, Pie’s online videos have been viewed by millions worldwide.
I asked Tom AKA Jonathan about his rise to viral success, the challenges and reaction that comes from performing political comedy, how he went about converting an on-screen character to stage, his upcoming “The Fake News Tour” and his support for a Chelmsford based community project, Cool To Be Kind.
You can see Jonathan Pie - The Fake News Tour at the Hammersmith Apollo on 1st & 2nd November, at the Southend Cliffs Pavilion on 13th November and all over the UK too - tickets are available here.
To see more details of all the work that Cool To Be Kind do and how you can get involved to help them support rough sleepers in and around the South East visit www.c2bk.co.uk.
For the first time this podcast went fully international with our first guest from the other side of the world as I was joined on the phone by Shotgun Mistress frontman, Glenn Patrick. We discussed the making of their upcoming debut album, the band’s first single, their plans to tour the UK and I may have mentioned Dave Grohl again (he started it!)
Steve Hogarth, lead singer of Marillion, talked to us about how he joined the band when Fish left, what it’s like to front a rock band for 30 years, playing live all over the world, conducting weddings in a cafe and something pretty special that Marillion have planned in November.
As you'll heard from the man himself, you can see them performing live on tour with friends from the orchestra this November - all the dates are on their website at www.marillion.com - tickets are on sale now.
Micaela Blitz started comedy 6 months ago and she did her first open mic slots at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year! She talks about starting out in comedy and what it’s like taking on your first festival.
Rachel O’Connor co-stars in Actually Totes Amaze. She is also a qualified psychotherapist working with Objectively Funny to run mental health wellbeing workshops for performers at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. You can find out more about Rachel’s work at http://www.wisespacelondon.co.uk
I was joined in the studio by Paula, Becky and James from the Blackmore Players to talk about their latest production, Drinking Habits. The performance will mark the 50th anniversary for Blackmore Players and it promises to be something special.
Last time Matt Everard was in the Phoenix FM studio, the Billericay-based petrol head was just about to set out on a mission to break a Guinness World Record. This time, he joins us as the proud owner of a world record in Tuk Tuk, having achieved a staggering 74.3mph on a Tuk Tuk with his cousin Russell braving speeds no Tuk Tuk passenger has ever experienced before.
We talked about the Tuk Tuk, the world record and a brand new challenge that lies ahead.
For full details and web links click here.
I was joined in the studio by Essex Comedian of The Year, Luke Poulton. We talked about his journey into comedy, the good gigs and the bad gigs, Crazy Frog, Snakes on a Train and his staring role in his own documentary "You Don't Look Autistic"
I caught up with Rob Broderick AKA "Abandoman" - Ireland's finest improv hip-hop comedian, after his headline set at Standon Calling.
We talked about the key to improvisational comedy, tech drama horror stories, his journey into comedy, and why feedback from primary school kids can get you into trouble!
I caught up with this year's MC at Standon Calling, the very funny and very visable Cally Beaton.
We talked about what it's like to compere the comedy stage at a festival, dealing with kids in comedy, being a part of QI and her new Edinburgh Fringe show "Invisible". Plus, what's the worst thing that could happen before a gig?
I caught up with 50% of The Delightful Sausage and 100% standup comedian, Amy Gledhill before her set at Standon Calling.
We talked about what it's like performing as part of a comedy double act, her own stand up comedy, gigging in pyjamas and The Delightful Sausage's upcoming Edinburgh Show. Plus, what to do if you lose the lid to your champagne bottle.
For the first time as a fully fledged BYFan, I caught up with Ellie Isherwood (BYFYN) after her electrifying performance at Standon Calling. We talked about her festival experiences, her roots as a performer and the inspiration behind her brand new single “Trying”. Plus, would she rather be a sloth or an iguana?
I caught up with Flamingods backstage after their outstanding set at Standon Calling.
We talked about their roots, writing as a band while living in different continents, their world tour, their latest album, Levitation and the movies that inspired them.
I caught up with Essex comedian, the voice of MTV and father to be Johnny Cochrane before his set at Latitude's Cabaret Theatre.
It was great to talk to him about his regular pilgrimage to Latitude and adapting his talents to kids comedy with Beano and CBBC. Plus a few tips for new comedians facing “The Blackout” and a top tip for pulling at festivals!
I spoke to the brilliant Maisie Adam after her set at Latitude’s Comedy Arena.
Winner of Amused Moose National New Comic 2018 and So You Think You're Funny 2017, Maisie’s debut show, 'Vague', earned her a nomination for Best Newcomer at last year's Edinburgh Comedy Awards. With ‘Mock The Week’ and ‘The Stand-Up Sketch Show' amongst a growing list of TV credits she’s well on her way to becoming a household name on the comedy scene.
We talked about Maisie’s new Edinburgh show and tour, the new series of ‘The Stand-Up Sketch Show’, her comedy heroes and Latitude’s Amusical.
You can see Maisie perform her fantastic new show, ‘Hang Fire’, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year at the Gilded Balloon from 1st - 26th August, every day at 5pm. She’ll also be bringing the show on tour in the autumn.
I caught up with Ellie Isherwood, known on-stage as BYFYN, before her fabulous set at latitude’s BBC Introducing Stage.
We talked about her stage name, her music and live performances, geeked out hard on electronic music tech, her creative processes, releasing singles vs albums and her upcoming single ’Trying’.
As described in the interview, BYFYN truly performs her music live in an immersive way that makes every song an experience not to be missed! You can see her perform at Standon Calling on 27th July and at The Finsbury, London on August 16th.
I caught up with Michael Odewale after his set at Latitude’s Cabaret Theatre.
Michael has appeared on Comedy Central’s ‘Stand Up Central’, BBC Radio 4 and has also written for The Now Show. #Blackbearsmatter is Michael’s debut show and it’s set to take the Edinburgh Fringe Festival by storm having already scooped the award for Best New Show at Leicester Comedy Festival 2019.
We talked about his festival plans, comedy influences and his debut Edinburgh show.
You can see him at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival from 1st-25th August at Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh.
I caught up with Rich Legate, Emma Topolski and Ed Cares of Childcare after their brilliant set at Latitude’s Lake Stage.
We talked about the origins of their name, their earliest fans, their debut album Wabi-Sabi and latest single Sugarcane, their creative process, their live healing events and Ed’s mum!
You can see them perform live at Scala, London on Tuesday 17th December.
I caught up with Louisa, Liam, Jenny, Jamie & Jack ahead of their outstanding set at Latitude’s Lake Stage.
We talked about their first album, Memories of Another Future, their new album, Revolution of Mind, how the band formed, their influences and Louisa’s brother's festival antics!
The band’s latest single ‘Wolf and Bird’ is out now and you can catch them on their ’Trouble Everyday’ Tour in a whole host of places.
I caught up with Charlotte Carpenter ahead of her stunning set at latitude’s BBC Introducing Stage.
An independent artist, Charlotte runs Babywoman records as well as writing, performing and producing all of her music - a talented musician and an inspiration for young women in the music industry. She also makes amazing coffee!
We talked about her emotionally charged lyrics, what it means to be a record label boss and independent artist, her new single, her self-booked European tour and “the poo girl”!
Charlotte’s new single “Follow You Down” will be released on Friday 26th July.
I caught up with the one and only Tez Ilyas, ahead of his set at Latitude’s Comedy Arena.
Tez is one of the break out stars of British comedy with TV appearances on ‘Live at the Apollo’, ‘Mock The Week’, ‘The Last Leg’, ‘Man Like Mobeen’ and ‘Bounty’.
We talked about his brand new TV show, festival experiences, that night he cleared the arena and why he can’t organise the Christmas party.
You can catch Tez’s brand new TV show, The Tez O’clock Show, on channel 4 every Thursday night from 11pm. The satirical news show is a fast-paced mix of stand-up, sketches and studio antics, including provocative monologues and celebrity interviews hosted and anchored by Tez Ilyas, a northern working-class British Asian-Muslim and it’s set to blow the cobwebs off TV satire.
I caught up with Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard’s frontman, Tom Rees after their blazing set at Latitude’s Lake Stage.
We talked festival experiences, the best part of being in a rock band, their current tour, the band’s new single and their super-fan Noel Gallagher.
The new single “Love Forever” will be released on Friday 26th July and to mark its release, the band will be performing at Pop Brixton on 31st July.
I was joined by Sam Ingram ahead of his 50K hike raising funds for Snap Charity Brentwood, an essex based charity for families with children and young people who have any special need or disability. SNAP's aims are to inform, encourage and support parents and carers so that they can grow in strength and knowledge and become better equipped to give the best possible help to their children. We also discussed training for the hike and how you can get involved with the event or the fundraising.
Think of this podcast as a digital box-set of all the interviews with all my guests on Phoenix FM.
A selection of funny, interesting and/or inspiring conversations with all sorts of people. It's like Parky but on the radio... with more music and I don't sell life insurance.