(3/6) Return of the Rhys: Rhys makes a return and shows Connor how to perfectly complement me like a presenter should. Also, Connor’s new laptop tries to derail proceedings.
(3/7) It’s Tuesday, it’s lunchtime, it’s the totally original idea (from Ben Allen), The 3.5mm cable! Music plays a leading role today, with loads of songs stuffed into proceedings. I also talk, for about seven minutes, about my many lamps.
(2/6) Double Trouble: This week we’re joined by some friends over at YSTV, Sophie Bolwell-Davies and Joe Radford, who indulge us with light frothy banter about rugs. Also, Joe orders a pizza.
(2/7) It’s Tuesday, it’s lunchtime, it’s the totally original idea (from Ben Allen), The 3.5mm cable! I forgot to set my alarm for this episode, so I woke up at 11:58, a mere two minutes before the show! Tune in for a last minute appearance from agony uncle sensation, Grill Gary.
(5/10) Mahler and his Circle: We’re back for a second series of abject commentary and lovely music. In my final episode, we explore Mahler and the people around him, playing music from his own catalogue as well as that of his friends, acquaintances and colleagues.
It’s mocktails week on YSTV on the Rocks. I join fellow guest Niamh in the capable hands of Joe and mixmaster Sophie to create alcohol-free beverages. Tune in for experiments with ginger and live-tweeting from Niamh’s mum!
(1/6) Your mother’s a rug!: After hours of fiddling, I managed to finally set up the show. With special guest Rhys Milling, join Connor and his greasy face, and me as we try to find out about Rhys’ earliest rug memories and finally, for the first time ever, take it to the rugs…
(1/7) It’s Tuesday, it’s primetime, it’s the totally original idea (from Ben Allen), The 3.5mm cable! If you’re feeling as sense of déjà vu, it’s because you are! Join me as I play as much of Ben’s playlist from his show, The Aux Cord, from the previous week as possible. If you don’t listen to this, at least listen to his…!
(4/10) Semicentennial Celebrations: We’re back for a second series of abject commentary and lovely music. We’re celebrating 2021’s musical celebrations, with composers and compositions stretching back in fifty-year increments up to 1571. Featuring Haydn, Albinoni and Verdi.
(3/10) All The World’s A Stage: We’re back for a second series of abject commentary and lovely music. We’re delving into pieces for the theatre this week, with picks from Puccini to Stravinsky and chat about concert halls and leg-room.