Local DJ Alex Dyke of BBC Radio Solent has banned Fairytale of New York by the Pogues and Kirsty MacColl because it’s too rude for Christmas. The 57-year-old broadcaster tweeted ‘Radio, let’s ban Fairytale Of New York this Christmas! ”You’re a slut on junk, you scumbag, cheap lousy f****t” – […]
Anyone that knows me understands that for me to read a book should be something registered with the Guinness Book of Records. However, the Radio Bible, I will explain in a minute, is a riveting book for any radio, media or offshore fan.
As memories of 1989 take their rightful place in the tracks to freedom, a startling and powerful mix of music, literature and revolution has been released to mark the 30th anniversary of the day that changed the world.
In 1989 on a grey November day, thousands of students gathered in the Czechoslovak capital, Prague, to recognise International Students’ Day.
Eric Wiltsher talks to Sonya Webb about the ins and outs of being a manager for her rock musician husband Ryan Webb.
The Band, Ray Charles, John Coltrane, The Doors and Frank Zappa are said to be still teaching a grave lesson to the music industry.
As the Eve of All Hallows passes and the saints come marching in we re-publish the moving story of how Nick Cave says his son, Arthur, guides him from beyond the grave ..
Ofcom says it has “serious concerns around the transparency of the BBC’s complaints process” after the Naga Munchetty debacle.
That gangsta, gang, gangsta.
Gangsta, gang, gangsta.
That gangsta love…