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Episode 12 R.E.M. Jools Holland Takeover

Our Glory Days (growing up in the 80’s and 90’s)

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8mins

19 Mar 2021

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S2 Ep.9 Jools Holland

Queen Bees with Jane Horrocks and Esther Coles

The brilliant Jools Holland - composer, pianist, bandleader and broadcaster - joins the pod today, armed with bee facts and ready for Esther's bee music quiz! Queen Bees with Jane Horrocks and Esther Coles is a Hat Trick PodcastSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

34mins

29 Jan 2021

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Joyride with Jools Holland and Jim Moir - trailer

Jools and Jim's Joyride

Put on your seatbelt, check your mirrors and join Jools Holland and Jim Moir for their new podcast – Joyride! Be it by car, train, plane or boat, each week they take a trip with a special showbiz guest: sharing stories, revelations and memories on this tribute to transport.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1min

8 Jan 2021

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Rock's Backpages Ep. 88: Mark Cooper on Neil Young + Jools Holland + Steve Van Zandt

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In the new episode of the Rock's Backpages podcast, we welcome into RBP's cosy virtual cupboard the BBC's former Head of Music Entertainment — and the co-creator of the enduring Later… with Jools Holland show. Yes folks, Mark Cooper revisits his career as a music writer — from seeing the last Sex Pistols show in San Francisco in 1978 to interviewing N.W.A. in South-Cental L.A. 1989 — and talks about his long TV career and the hatching of Later in 1992.Mark's 2008 interview with Neil Young sparks a discussion of the Canadian giant's so-called "doom" years from 1972 to 1976, boxed up this month in the second volume of his monumental Archives project. With special attention to 1975's dark masterwork Tonight's the Night, we hear clips of Neil speaking in 1985 and 2005, then discuss Don't Be Denied, the documentary Mark made about him with director Ben Whalley.There's yet more audio in the episode as we celebrate the 70th birthday of Steve Van Zandt (or, if you prefer, Miami Steve, Little Steven… or indeed Silvio Dante) with clips from a 1982 interview. The E Street Band legend and subsequent Sopranos star talks to John Tobler about the bands he and his buddy Bruce Springsteen led in mid-'60s New Jersey, after which Mark and his co-hosts compare views on SVZ's side band the Disciples of Soul.Finally, Mark (Pringle, that is) talks us through his highlights among the week's 50+ new library articles, including great pieces on the Four Tops, David Bowie, Hound Dog Taylor, Dan ('Instant Replay') Hartman and Sheryl Crow … after which Barney quotes from interviews with Prince and Ani DiFranco, talking about Woody Guthrie and Donald Trump's odious dad Fred. That just leaves Jasper to wrap things up with closing remarks on Simon Cowell's ill-fated Girl Thing and former X-Factor contestant Cher Lloyd.Many thanks to special guest Mark Cooper.Rock's Backpages is proud to be part of the Pantheon podcast network.Pieces discussed: Neil Young, Sex Pistols, NWA, Neil Young, Neil Younger, Neil Youngest, Crazy Horse, Steve Van Zandt audio, Four Tops, David Bowie, Hound Dog Taylor, Dan Hartman, Culture Club, Mantronix, Sheryl Crow, Prince, Ani DiFranco, Girl Thing and Cher Lloyd.

1hr 16mins

24 Nov 2020

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E88: Mark Cooper on Neil Young + Jools Holland + Steve Van Zandt

Rock's Backpages

In the new episode of the Rock's Backpages podcast, we welcome into RBP's cosy virtual cupboard the BBC's former Head of Music Entertainment — and the co-creator of the enduring Later… with Jools Holland show. Yes folks, Mark Cooper revisits his career as a music writer — from seeing the last Sex Pistols show in San Francisco in 1978 to interviewing N.W.A. in South-Cental L.A. 1989 — and talks about his long TV career and the hatching of Later in 1992.Mark's 2008 interview with Neil Young sparks a discussion of the Canadian giant's so-called "doom" years from 1972 to 1976, boxed up this month in the second volume of his monumental Archives project. With special attention to 1975's dark masterwork Tonight's the Night, we hear clips of Neil speaking in 1985 and 2005, then discuss Don't Be Denied, the documentary Mark made about him with director Ben Whalley.There's yet more audio in the episode as we celebrate the 70th birthday of Steve Van Zandt (or, if you prefer, Miami Steve, Little Steven… or indeed Silvio Dante) with clips from a 1982 interview. The E Street Band legend and subsequent Sopranos star talks to John Tobler about the bands he and his buddy Bruce Springsteen led in mid-'60s New Jersey, after which Mark and his co-hosts compare views on SVZ's side band the Disciples of Soul.Finally, Mark (Pringle, that is) talks us through his highlights among the week's 50+ new library articles, including great pieces on the Four Tops, David Bowie, Hound Dog Taylor, Dan ('Instant Replay') Hartman and Sheryl Crow … after which Barney quotes from interviews with Prince and Ani DiFranco, talking about Woody Guthrie and Donald Trump's odious dad Fred. That just leaves Jasper to wrap things up with closing remarks on Simon Cowell's ill-fated Girl Thing and former X-Factor contestant Cher Lloyd.Many thanks to special guest Mark Cooper.Rock's Backpages is proud to be part of the Pantheon podcast network.Pieces discussed: Neil Young, Sex Pistols, NWA, Neil Young, Neil Younger, Neil Youngest, Crazy Horse, Steve Van Zandt audio, Four Tops, David Bowie, Hound Dog Taylor, Dan Hartman, Culture Club, Mantronix, Sheryl Crow, Prince, Ani DiFranco, Girl Thing and Cher Lloyd.

1hr 16mins

23 Nov 2020

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Episode 18 - Jools Holland - September 23rd 2020

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54mins

28 Sep 2020

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2020.23 Can't Buy Me Love (Take 1/2) -- Kit O'Toole, The Beatles, Paul McCartney, Jools Holland, Ringo Starr, The ABC Stars of 1995

When They Was Fab: Electric Arguments About the Beatles

Kit O'Toole returns for part two of our look at "The Beatles Anthology" as it aired on ABC November 19, 1995.     Leading in to the world premiere of "Free as a Bird", the public heard the Beatles (+ George Martin, Derek Taylor and Neil Aspinall) tell their own story.    This week, we join the story as Brian Epstein enters, and follow it through Jimmie Nicol and the 1964 tour of Australia and New Zealand.

52mins

8 Jun 2020

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Jools Holland

Private Passions

Jools Holland, king of boogie-woogie piano, reveals his lifelong passion for classical music in conversation with Michael Berkeley. The piano is at the heart of everything Jools Holland does. Since he left school at fifteen and joined Squeeze, he - and his piano - have been pretty much constantly on the road, touring with The Jools Holland Big Band, and now his nineteen-piece Rhythm and Blues Orchestra. He also finds time to present a regular Radio 2 show and has made a record-breaking fifty-five series of Later with Jools Holland, the longest running music show on television, chatting to and playing with everyone from David Bowie and Paul McCartney to Amy Winehouse and Jay-Z. Jools tells Michael that his first musical passion was Bach, listening as a young child growing up in Deptford to a family friend playing from The Well-Tempered Clavier. He juxtaposes two pieces from this collection, played by his favourite pianists Edwin Fischer and Friedrich Gulda, to illustrate his passion for interpretation – for Jools, music is predominately about ‘the singer, not the song’.He has a great passion for early recordings: we hear Kathleen Ferrier and Isobel Baillie singing Mendelssohn in 1945 with the pianist Gerald Moore; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf in Richard Strauss’s bitterly comic opera Arabella; and Tito Schipa, the great Italian tenor of the 1930s, singing an eighteenth-century French love song.Jools tells Michael how he taught himself the piano and developed his trademark boogie-woogie style; how he’s kept sane and healthy during the decades he’s spent on the road; and how he winds down with the non-musical passion that he keeps in his attic...Producer: Jane GreenwoodA Loftus production for BBC Radio 3.

42mins

5 Apr 2020

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La Gran Travesía: Especial Jools Holland 2ª Parte

La Gran Travesía

Hoy os dejamos la segunda parte del programa dedicado íntegramente al programa de la BBC de Jools Holland con White Stripes, Radiohead, Amyl and The Sniffers, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweeats, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, James, Radiohead...y muchos más.

1hr 6mins

25 Jan 2020

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La Gran Travesía: 24 Enero Especial Jools Holland 1ª Parte - Episodio exclusivo para mecenas

La Gran Travesía

Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Hoy queremos brindar un pequeño homenaje a un gran programa musical de la TV Británica, el de Jools Holland, en el día de su cumpleaños, con un repaso a un sinfín de músicos y grupos que han pasado por ahí...Beth Hart, Alice in Chains, Hole, Pearl Jam, Florence and the Machine, Imelda May, Pj Harvey...y muchos más. Mañana la segunda parte!!Escucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de La Gran Travesía. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/489260

1hr 8mins

24 Jan 2020

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