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15 November 2017

The Back Half #7: Liam and Noel Gallagher, Modigliani and Child’s Play

The new NS culture podcast with Tom Gatti and Kate Mossman.

By New Statesman

On this episode of the New Statesman’s new culture podcast, The Back Half, Tom Gatti and Kate Mossman discuss the new albums from Liam Gallagher, As You Were, and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Who Built the Moon?. Then they talk about an upcoming Modigliani exhibition at Tate Modern, and finally they celebrate the noniversary of that iconic horror movie, Child’s Play.

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Michael Prodger on Modigliani.

The clip from “Holy Mountain” performed by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds is courtesy of Sour Mash Ltd.

The clip from “For What It’s Worth”, written by Liam Gallagher and Simon Jons and published by Warner/Chappell Music and Kobalt, is courtesy of Warner Bros UK.

Our theme music is “God Speed” by Pistol Jazz, licensed under Creative Commons.