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Gloria Allred was one of those who knew. Technically speaking, so am I.
Far from discreetly sidelining Boycott while debate festered over his knighthood, on Test Match Special it was almost business as usual.
The BBC Sounds’ programme is often just two people talking – a welcome change to the usual mad thrill of Brexit discourse.
Did a mass brawl cause Brexit? Or one incident on a boat tip climate change on to its current trajectory? Probably not. But what fun!
As sales of audiobooks surge, the BBC is producing audio versions of already published books, finely abridged into walk-to-the-shops-long chapters, read by the author.
At its best, this is a podcast that sounds like it was mooted in a pub one night – and then someone turned up the following morning with a recording device before Plant could change his mind.
The Frouds were behind the creatures in the 1982 film The Dark Crystal, the first movie ever to have an all-puppet cast, which is about to re-emerge as a ten-part TV series on Netflix.
With very obvious delight, BBC World Service presenter Kim Chakanetsa interviewed two distinguished female roadies.
As Michael Goldfarb drew repeated attention to Lumet’s sense of the bootlessness of structures, I wondered, was this at the very root of his famed brilliance with actors?
“They’re both so, so good,” was the observations made of Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer on BBC 5 Live.
Hoodoo practitioners. Vodoun princesses. “Radical feminist anti-capitalists” struggling to stick out their jobs at high-end hair salons.