We were delighted to have our most requested guest, Sir Tom Jones, over to Lennie’s for lamb shanks, a lemon curd roulade and a chat about his new album ‘Surrounded By Time’. We go way back and talk about Tom growing up in the 50’s, playing marbles, falling in love and getting married at 16. We also hear about his beloved mother’s corned beef pie. He reminisces about meals shared with Elvis Presley, Las Vegas bourbons with Frank Sinatra & Tom’s son / manager Mark even makes an appearance, telling us how his Dad isn’t a very good cook..!! We loved having you Sir Tom, thank you! Enjoy! XSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tom Jones doesn’t feel like resting on his laurels. He tells Marc there’s one main reason he’s going strong, recording new music and performing live at the age of 80: Because he still has a point to prove. Tom and Marc talk about his big hits like It’s Not Unusual, Delilah, and What’s New Pussycat?, how he learned to belt them out by listening to gospel music, and the secret weapon he calls The Push. They also discuss his friendship with Elvis, his musical heroes, and his new album Surrounded by Time.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Alan Carr's 'LIFE'S A BEACH' - S1 EP12: Tom Jones Joining me this week is the Welsh musical legend, Sir Tom Jones. Hope you enjoy! Alan.xPlease subscribe and review. Sales, advertising, and general enquiries: email@example.comSERIES SYNOPSIS: Life’s A Beach sees Alan giving Judith Chalmers and Michael Palin a run for their money as he invites a famous guest each week to discuss their favourite places in the world. Bursting with anecdotes, laidback chat and laugh out loud travel tales - if this podcast was a suitcase you’d have to sit on it. “My Life’s A Beach podcast is the escapism we ALL need right now. I sat down and chatted with some of my famous friends about everything travel. From caravanning in Rhyl to private jetting to the Maldives, my guests spill the beans on their holiday horrors and dream destinations. Let’s face it: we might not have the sun on our faces, but after a listen to this you’ll definitely have a smile” – ALAN CARR
OSC Presents: On the Sofa with Vic Morgan and Tom Jones
Loathed Strangers: Swindon Town Podcast
The STFC Official Supporters Club presents the 'On the Sofa' series presented by legend of the airwaves, the one and only, Vic Morgan! In this instalment, recorded in March 2021, Vic talks to Town hero Tom Jones about his career. Enjoy!
Ian McShane: Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, This Sporting Life and Tom Jones
Movies That Changed My Life
"American Gods" star Ian McShane sits down with Ian de Borja to chat about growing up as an actor in England, that time he met Marlon Brando and the movies that changed his life.Hosted by Ian de BorjaFind additional content about Movies That Changed My Life at IMDb.com/podcasts.Follow IMDb on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube
Tea Time with April and Me...We talk the glam Gabors, nose jobs, Tom Jones and Zsa Zsa's husband beautiful lesbians robbery..
True Stories Of Tinseltown
April is back to dish. We dish The Gabors, George Sanders. Mama Jolie saying she had the ugliest babies, nose jobs, Zsa Zsa's husbands nude robbery, and so much more. Have a cup of tea, some java, or glass of wine and enjoy the show. Thanks so much to April. She's fab as usual. Check out her movie review podcast https://www.buzzsprout.com/1348540 Mostly thanks to you all.. You are the best.. Much love, Grace www.facebook.com/truestoriesoftinseltown/group www.facebook.com/truestoriesoftinseltown you can listen to podcast www.truestoriesoftinseltown.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-stories-of-tinseltown/id136374488 https://open.spotify.com/show/6iTSF8pIrVTbZ8QqNidVUy?si=zn73ahjEQKOzrMtc-8VRhg You can also listen on google play, spotify, YouTube, player FM, I heart radio, amazon music and basically anywhere podcasts are played. I’m also on weekly at www.racketeerradio.com. Lots of great music and shows. I’m also on Pinterest, Tumblr, twitter and instagram Stay safe everyone!!!
Tom Jones – Author Of ‘Tired of London Tired Of Life. One Thing a Day To Do In London’ Even In Lockdown.
Your London Legacy
As the great Samuel Johnson once said, ‘when a man is tired of London he is tired of life’ and in my view this has never been more true.In these troubled unique times, finding the pleasure and joy in plain view is critical for us all, from a physical, mental and wellbeing perspective.In this brilliant episode I caught up with award winning Tom Jones (no, not that one), author of best-selling book Tired of London Tired of Life, One Thing a Day to do in London.When Tom found himself bored in our beautiful capital city, Tom decided to heed Johnson’s words and seek out one thing to do each day in London, one thing that would ensure he found his love with the city once more. This grew out of his popular blog he started back in 2008 and has inspired three books, including London, The Weekend Starts Here.Listen in as we discover some wonderful suggestions for this time of year, (lockdown or not) as well as Tom’s favourite places. This is Your London Legacy.“I learn way more about things by actually going there and seeing them than I ever would reading about them remotely.”13:00While many people can say that the people of London can be cold, making the city seem a harsh place if you move there—Tom didn’t really feel that way. He found it a wonderful place to be able to go out and enjoy himself without having to drop too much money to have a good time and enjoy a good pint while out with friends. He became found of wandering around the city after work, always finding something cool to do, and since it was the late 2000’s, he decided to write about it for a blog: Tired of London, Tired of Life. Something that turned into an everyday post which he did for over six years.22:00The book came about after about two years of running the blog, and Tom didn’t want it to just be his blog printed out and slapped on some pages. He went out to more places, did more research, and he made it his fulltime job to get the book to shine beyond just the blog. Through this it took form by breaking down into months and days of the year with things to do in London. What are some of these you ask?October, for example, has the deer run in Richmond Park listed. The park makes it seem as if you are fully outside the city, and it’s this time the deer go into rut, and you can see some fantastic sights of them running through the woods there every year.Of course, no book of things to do in London would be complete with the Thames, and the full path stretches 180 miles in fact. The book moves on from there to highlight an endearing sewer powered “farting” gas lamp, and onwards forward to ice skating at Summerset House.If you’re interested in Tom’s recommendations you can pick up the book or still find the blog on TiredofLondonTiredofLife.comLinksBook: Tired of London, Tired of Life
Episode 5 (Part 2) - #Endsars and A Couple of Other Pressing Issues - In Conversation with Tai Tom Jones.
This is the 2nd and concluding part of my conversation with my friend Tai Tom Jones. We again touched on the youth and proposed they realise their value to the country. In addition, we discussed most issues troubling Nigerians everywhere. It's worth a listen.
Ep 4: Naomi Black, Production Coordinator (Stereophonics, Tom Jones, Tears For Fears…)
Background Noises with Nadia Sheikh
Ep 4: Naomi Black, Production Coordinator (Stereophonics, Tom Jones, Tears For Fears…)Naomi Black is production coordinator for the likes of Stereophonics, Tom Jones and Tears For Fears, making world, European and UK tours happen, she was Artist Liaison Manager for the Madness Grandslam Tour and much more.In this episode Naomi and I discuss the role of the production coordinator, the perks (and not so perks) of the job, how many people’s jobs are on the line, the joy of live music and how we’re getting out of this one together!Resources:We Make Events: https://wemakeevents.org/Music Venue Trust: http://musicvenuetrust.comSave Our Venues: https://saveourvenues.co.uk/Music By Numbers (more info on the UK Music Industry economy): https://www.ukmusic.org/research/music-by-numbers/Unlocked Fest (as mentioned by Naomi): https://www.unlockedfest.co.uk/Place to follow We Make Events:https://www.instagram.com/wemakeeventsofficial/https://www.facebook.com/WeMakeEventsNorthAmerica/https://twitter.com/WeMakeEventsoffIf you want to get in touch you can find me at:firstname.lastname@example.org://www.instagram.com/nadiasheikhmusichttps://www.facebook.com/nadiasheikhmusichttps://www.twitter.com/NadiaSheikh_