on the radio… and the telly, and the web

29th June 2020

On Monday 29th June, Dave Arcari plays a full-length livestream show (more…)

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22nd June 2020

A paltry offering of radio and similar online entertainment this week, but fortunately we have stalwart Tweeters Spare Snare (more…)

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8th June 2020

Spare Snare‘s regular weekly Twitter #sparesnarelisteningparty continues… and its reverse chronological order takes us to debut release ‘Live At Home‘. Join the band and hit ‘Play’ from 8pm.

Scottish indie-related tell of possible interest this Monday at 8.30pm – the premiere of film ‘Days of the Bagnold Summer‘ takes place from 8.30pm, followed by a Q&A with director Simon Bird, hosted by Edith Bowman. The film itself features a Belle and Sebastian soundtrack, and stars Monica Dolan and Earl Cave (yes, Nick’s boy).

Also on a busy Monday, there’s the chance to see ‘In The Meantime Before Failure – Postcard 2‘ – a film about Edwyn Collins, Nectarine No.9, James King, Teenage Fanclub and Paul Quinn, which never actually materialised. However, it’s available to view for 24 hours… meaning if you get your skates on you might see it before midnight…

The ‘I’m Not Here’ podcast series hosted by John Paul Mason continues the journalist and promoter’s chats with music industry figures, following his three-part interview with The Twilight Sad’s James Graham. Featured this time is a familiar face to Glasgow gig-goers – Dave McGeachan, of DF Concerts and King Tut’s. It’ll be online from Tuesday evening at iTunes or Spotify where you’ll also find a chat with sound engineer Rachel Ryan – follow future episodes at @ImNotHerePod.

And on the web, on Wednesday 10th, from 10pm, #TimsTwitterListeningParty sees Tim Burgess and whatever members of Idlewild aren’t busy analyse ‘100 Broken Windows’.

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1st June 2020

On the radio from Monday June 1st… actually, there’s very little actual live radio with live music on it… (more…)

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25th May 2020

Here’s your weekly audio-visual entertainment checklist… (more…)

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18th May 2020

First in our choice of things that frankly, aren’t radio or TV (more…)

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11th May 2020

A pick of entertainment options that looks a bit like radio and TV used to… (more…)

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27th April 2020

There’s not much ‘proper’ radio in the way of live sessions at present, but there are plenty of artists filling the gap (more…)

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