From 3:00pm Henry Scott-Irvine hear’s the story of TV Smith of seminal punk group The Adverts, as told by his film biographer Jamie Palmer. Palmer is the director of We Who Wait, recently screened on the BBC as part of the Punk Britannia extravaganza. At 6:30pm Johnny Jameson introduces the best in Irish Country music in Irish Eye. This week Jameson taks to artist Scatty Mary. Thirty minutes of mad sound FX heavy gags and charming whimsy in The John Dredge Nothing to Do With Anything Show – 10:00pm. Of the show, Miranda Sawyer had this to say in today’s edition of The Observer, ” a Kenny Everett/Goon Show-type thing, with music, great use of sound effects and the silliest script ever. Try it if you think Milton Jones is too sensible.” From 10:30pm hyper subjective field recordings and auto-biography in the form of Stereocillia, artist Sharon Gal’ s audio-diary runs straight into more field recording but this time of a more objective bent. Yes, from 11:00pm Framework goes deeply phonographic this week’s programme is produced by Grant Smith.
TV Smith, Irish eyes, and what to listen to if you think Milton Jones is too sensible – Sunday highlights
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