Plus House Music, this week's Watchlist and the Maths of Life.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Simon Raymonde of Bella Union
Multi award winning actor and writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge drops by to chat about new book, Fleabag - The Scriptures, which is the ultimate companion to the hit BBC series. She also tells us what her dream writing day looks like, what it was like working on the new James Bond film, and working with Andrew Scott.
Simon Raymonde of Bella Union joins me to chat about his label’s latest release: Odyssey: The Sound Of Ivor Raymonde.
Elsewhere in the Maths of Life, Dr Hannah Fry gets into the misuse of the word exponential and what it actually means, and demonstrates the weirdness of infinity.
Finally, Rhianna Dhillon gives us her top picks in This Week’s Watchlist from new BBC coming of age comedy, Ladhood to new whodunit film, Knives Out.
Kevin Parker and David Morrissey
Plus more pop gloriousness in House Music, this week's Watchlist and the Maths of Life.
Edward Norton and George The Poet
Edward Norton drops by to talk about his latest cop drama, Motherless Brooklyn and the brilliant George The Poet joins me to chat about Chapter 2 of his hit series, Have You Heard George’s Podcast?
Elsewhere we have The Maths of Life with Professor Sophie Scott; she gets into the maths of conversation and talks to us about this and that…quite literally
Rhianna Dhillon gives us her top picks in This Week’s Watchlist from BBC One’s new drama, Gold Digger to the return of The Crown on Netflix.
Finally, there’s more House Music – the everyday objects that will not cease playing pop hits.
Karl Hyde and Alison Goldfrapp
Underworld’s Karl Hyde joins me to talk about their latest project, the Drift Series 1. It concluded their 52-week Drift multimedia project that began in November 2018 where they released music, film, and text pieces every Thursday. Karl also tells us his favourite ever ‘Born Slippy’ moment.
Ahead of their upcoming 20th Anniversary Felt Mountain tour, Alison Goldfrapp drops by to chat about the iconic album, 20 years on.
Plus, Dr Hannah Fry brings us The Maths of Life, Rhianna Dhillon gives us her viewing picks in This Week’s Watchlist, and there’s more House Music – the everyday objects that will not cease playing pop hits.