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Radio Review: 30 October
If someone is transparently trying to draw attention to themselves my instinct is to ignore. It’s nice to be noticed and appreciated but trying desperately to make an impression, favourable or otherwise, never works out well. I first became aware of...
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Carry On Caravaggio: Part 1
It would be rather pitiful if the first failure of my trip had occurred in my own back yard on the very first day. London's National Gallery has been dogged by strike action for quite some time and the room housing the Caravaggios had been closed for...
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Radio Review: 23rd October
Once upon a time, broadcast news was a simple matter of reporting things that had actually happened. Now, though, a lot of air time is devoted to things that people are expected to do or say later in the day. This results in absurd exchanges like the...
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Radio Review: 16 October
It’s always amusing to be reminded that radio has no watershed. Sturdy language doesn’t have to wait until 9pm. A fine example of this came in We British, Andrew Marr’s history of British poetry that was stripped throughout last week’s National Poetry...
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Radio Review: 9 October
I found myself listening to Jeremy Vine the other day. I have no idea why, given my blood pressure woes, but there I was, earwigging as listeners rang in to have their computer problems solved by the show’s resident expert. One chap found his laptop...
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Radio Review: 2 October
If you’ve ever tried another broadcaster’s on-demand services, you’ll appreciate just how well-designed and easy to use BBC iPlayer is. Well, the radio side of it has just got even better. Now, when you join a live stream of a programme after it’s...
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Isle of Skye
Thanks to its dramatic coastline and stunning landscapes scattered with weird and wonderful rock formations (and equally strange names), the Isle of Skye is a haven for walkers and wildlife watchers. And now interest in Scotland’s second largest island...
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Radio Review: 24 September
I spend a lot of time in libraries, so ‘Shush!’, the new Radio 4 sitcom for bibliomanes, starring Rebecca Front and Morwenna Banks, seems aimed squarely at me and my ilk. Add the names Armando Iannucci, who cocreated the series with its stars, Arthur...
https://advert.lady.co.uk/culture/9191-radio-review-24-september
Radio Review: 18 September
It seems strange these days to remember music preferences were once ‘a matter of life or death’, but that’s how it was according to Paul Morley. He was speaking in Too Much Fighting On The Dance Floor (Radio 4, available on iPlayer), Adrian Goldberg’s...
https://advert.lady.co.uk/culture/9170-radio-review-18-september
Radio Review: 11 September
It’s just over 21 years since I attended the best gig of my lifetime. That’s so far, obviously, although I’m not expecting it to be toppled any time soon. The venue was the Grand in Clapham, and the act was Ian Dury and the Blockheads. A combination of...
https://advert.lady.co.uk/culture/9147-radio-review-11-september
Radio Review: 4 September
When I first heard about the discovery of a vast archive of tapes at Osama bin Laden’s abandoned house in Kandahar, I was moved to frivolous musings on their contents. My theory was that his catalogue of atrocities could only be explained by something...
https://advert.lady.co.uk/culture/9130-radio-review-4-september
Radio Review: 28 August
It’s still the silly season. I awoke to someone plugging their book on Today and found myself quietly wondering a) how the damn thing got published and b) why they were allowed on national radio to flog it. I mused in silence, having switched the radio...
https://advert.lady.co.uk/culture/9110-radio-review-28-august
Keith’s Good Life
Penelope Keith’s theatre work has taken her the length and breadth of the country, but she isn’t one for relaxing in soulless hotel rooms before the curtain goes up. ‘I have my days free, so I do get out a lot and I’ve explored quite a lot of the...
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Radio Review: 21 August
We’re all very lucky, you know. We are living in the same world at the same time as Barry Cryer. The last series of I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue caused me to laugh heartily on numerous occasions, not least when Baz, in Uxbridge English Dictionary mode,...
https://advert.lady.co.uk/culture/9094-radio-review-21-august
Radio Review: 14 August
Until I listened to last week’s edition of The Life Scientific (Radio 4, on BBC iPlayer), the only Geoff Palmer I knew about was the actor who played Reginald Perrin’s brother-in-law. However, I am now aware of Sir Geoff Palmer, Scotland’s first black...
https://advert.lady.co.uk/culture/9066-radio-review-14-august
Best in show
Poet Liz Cowley’s witty, humorous poems about her own garden appeared in The Lady last month and alongside a readers’ poems competition. Liz cast the deciding vote and these are her five winners. The Fragrant Garden June, sweet-scented fills the air...
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Radio Review: 24 July
When radio presenter Stephanie Hirst announced in a moving interview with Stephen Nolan on BBC Radio 5 Live last year that she was undergoing gender transition, her return to the wireless was only ever a matter of when and where. And return she has, on...
https://advert.lady.co.uk/culture/9013-radio-review-24-july
Looking for late-onset love…
Many readers will know blonde-haired Carol Kirkwood. Her relaxed, charming style beaming through even the cloudiest day on the BBC forecasts. But it appears that off-screen, despite being something of a pin-up to her male viewers, divorced 53-year-old...
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Radio Review: 17 July
‘She’s not a girl who misses much,’ sang John Lennon in Happiness Is A Warm Gun, a line that appeared briefly and aptly in part one of On Air With Annie Nightingale (R2, Wednesday, 10pm) this week. Annie never misses much. From her days as a provincial...
https://advert.lady.co.uk/culture/8980-radio-review-17-july
Radio Review: 10 July
Charlie Williams was a remarkable man. Best remembered as a stand-up comic, he was originally a professional footballer of some distinction. Moreover, he was mixed race at a time when black faces were a rarity on television, the son of a Barbadian...
https://advert.lady.co.uk/culture/8955-a-stand-up-guy

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