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Tastemaker// Supported by : The Chainsmokers Martin Garrix Tiesto Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Blasterjaxx Steve Aoki Nicky Romero Dyro Quintino Swanky Tunes Borgeous Jay Hardway Mike Williams Tom Swoon Jewelz & Sparks DJ BL3ND ANGEMI Pegboard Nerds Lush & Simon MakJ Kenneth G Albert Neve & Many many more... ADGRMS © 2019
 
The enthusiasm and rigor make a career of Daniel Pé in the world of music. Always look beyond the horizon mail, is charting a way to where her feet want to take ... • The stage of its inception: the Costa Brava his birth as a dj clicking Funky, R & B and 80's in First Class (Empuriabrava), Disco Viva (Empuriabrava) and City Arms (Roses). • He has been resident in: Xarai (Palafrugell) and Passarel.la (Empuriabrava) • In 2011 begins at the scene of House of the hand of Gabriel Cubero, Dj and p ...
 
Welcome to the TranceCast podcast feed. TranceCast is a 1 hour show featuring the best in Trance and Progressive music. We feature artists from all over the world. Some of our favorites are Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk, Above and Beyond, Ferry Corsten, ATB, Sander van Doorn, Kyau and Albert, Stoneface and Terminal, John O'Callaghan, Sean Tyas, and Blank and Jones just to name a few. Subscribe to this feed and you be alerted when new episodes are available. Also, don't forget to hit ...
 
1. Brave - Susana, Ernesto & Bastian, Wezz Devall (Original Mix) 2. Extra Bacon - Heatbeat (Original Mix) 3. Spectrum - Zedd & Matthew Koma (Armin van Buuren Rmx) 4. Moscow - W&W (Original Mix) 5. Shotgun - W&W (Original Mix) 6. Fortuna - Beat Service (Original Mix) 7. Bang The Drum - Ashley Wallbridge (Omnia Rmx) 8. This Is All Out - Lange v. Gareth Emery (Heatbeat v. Andy Moor Rmx Lange Mashup) 9. Aeon Of Revenge - Andrew Rayel (Original Mix) 10. These Days Are Ours - Emma Hewitt (Antillas ...
 
FloorControl is a proper 2-hour monthly radio show and podcast. Each month, we feature a brand new mix of tunes from us (RJ Pickens & SKS), along with a proper guest mix from some of the world's elite artists, as well as some noteworthy up-and-comers that are making moves and that we think rock! Broadcasts every 3rd Friday of the month on DI.fm's Progressive Channel. Click here to tune in: http://listen.di.fm/public3/progressive.pls Broadcast times: 12-2pm Eastern (US) 11am-1pm Central (US) ...
 
The World’s first Paul Weller Fan Podcast - For the fans by the fans. A musical journey from 20 May 1977 to now. A radio broadcaster who gave up a career with one big regret. Never getting to interview his hero , the legendary British musician Paul Weller. This podcast exists purely to solve that issue. Welcome to Desperately Seeking Paul...
 
You wanna know the bands? Well, first you have to meet them. Richie T, Producer and DJ at X96, chats it up with up-and-coming artists that you're just dying to know more about including The 1975, The Neighbourhood, Bastille, Solarsuit, Deap Vally, Twenty One Pilots, Cage The Elephant, and more. Curious about the origins of band names? How the bands formed? How they feel about cats? Yup. That's all here.
 
In recent times the French dance music scene has been hankering for new talent within the trance/progressive genre. In a climate where the French dance floors are plagued with 'electro by numbers’, Klems is starting to break through and exhibit his epic and sophisticated blend of trance infused dance music. Over the past three years he has released various tracks and remixes, which have received world wide support on Club Elite/Armada, Mazeman, Monster Tunes, Maximized Digital and Greenspot ...
 
Project Moonbase is filled with music to surprise, delight and occasionally horrify you. Made by someone who really cares (and his prisoner). We bring you music you’ve never heard before that will put a smile on your face, open your third eye and make you dance. We love space age bachelor pad music, library music, charity shop cheese, hauntology, ping pong stereo, moog music, sitar-driven psychedelia, lounge, the retro-futuristic, contemporary electronica, soundtrack music, radiophonics, eur ...
 
Dance Rock Radio is a blend of rock and dance music, usually both at the same time. CB Lyon is a world class DJ with destinations such as Ibiza, Tokyo, Paris, London, and travels mostly between New York City and Los Angeles. If you are into groups like Coldplay, The Killers, Hellogoodbye, Fiest, Young Love, The Klaxons, Panic! At the Disco, The Bravery, The Smashing Pumpkins, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fall Out Boy, and even Justin Timerlake then this is the perfect place to hear a remix you wil ...
 
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My guest is Former Record Industry Executive, Dennis Munday. Working for Polydor, Dennis effectively became an honorary member of both The Jam and The Style Council - often being the vital link between Paul Weller and record company, Polydor. Dennis takes us on a journey from a love of Jazz to working with the best f***ing band in the world - The J…
 
My guest on Episode 15, Craig Hassall - CEO of London's Iconic Royal Albert Hall. Plug in for stories of a love of The Style Council from Down Under, getting the gig at RAH, Teenage Cancer Trust's epic nights with Mr Weller and inside info on one of the World's most treasured music venues. Paul Weller has played RAH over 40 times - including the fa…
 
BAFTA winning writer & comedian, Trevor Neal is best known as one half of British comedy duo, Trevor and Simon - rocking our Saturday Morning TV worlds for a decade on Going Live! (1987-1993), and Live and Kicking (1993-1997). Trevor is a massive Paul Weller fan - from discovering punk as a teenager and a shared love of The Jam through to performin…
 
Malala Yousafzai is an activist who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize when she was 17 - becoming the youngest winner in its history. Today she is known globally for her human rights advocacy and her ongoing campaign to ensure all children have equal access to education.She was born in the Swat Valley in northern Pakistan where her father Ziauddin w…
 
Absolute Radio & Magic Radio are two of the biggest radio stations in the UK - attracting millions of listeners every week. James Curran is the man behind the music - working with labels, artists, DJs, presenters to shape the sound of these award-winning radio stations as Director of Music... Not only does he love MUSIC - love LIVE GIGS - love RADI…
 
Episode 12 of the podcast, and I've already been invited in to the Weller family home! Special guest, Nicky Weller - the blood, sweat and tears behind both The Jam and The Style Council Fan Clubs - along with the fabulous About The Young Idea - Jam Exhibition. Nicky also happens to be sister to Mr Paul Weller (our end goal for this podcast series!)…
 
George McGavin is an entomologist, explorer and broadcaster, who has spread the word about the importance of insects to audiences in their millions. Born in Glasgow, he grew up in Edinburgh where he studied zoology at university. Following a PhD in entomology, he went on to teach and research at the University of Oxford. He gave up his post as the …
 
In this episode, I am joined by musician, record producer and DJ - Andy Lewis. Andy was part of The Paul Weller Band in the 20s - from 22 Dreams to Sonik Kicks - playing to million all over the globe. He has released two albums as a solo artist, on Acid Jazz Records: Billion Pound Project in September 2005 and You Should Be Hearing Something Now! i…
 
Monica Galetti is a chef, restaurateur and cook book writer, who is also known as a judge on the television series MasterChef: the Professionals.Born on the island of Upolu in Western Samoa, she grew up on the family plantation where her earliest food memories are of collecting eggs and mangoes and peeling bananas for special suppers. When she was …
 
WHAT A THRILL! My guest on Episode 10 is Timothy Shepard - an incredible collage artist working with paper, photography, cine film and music. Tim created the artwork for the album cover on Paul Weller’s masterpiece - 22 Dreams (2008) - or at least one of the many masterpieces to be fair ! He has also filmed and directed a number of music videos inc…
 
Major Tim Peake, is an Army Air Corps officer and a European Space Agency astronaut. He was the first British astronaut to carry out a spacewalk. As a child, he became interested in aviation, visiting air shows with his father and learning to fly as a teenager, although space travel was not yet a passion. He joined the school Cadet Corps and found …
 
Paul Weller once sang "Your mojo will have no effect - as we head into tomorrow" Clearly he hadn't read Mojo's Collectors Series - from my special guest, Pat Gilbert. Journalist, author, broadcaster and a man who has Paul Weller on speed dial - Pat shares a love of The Jam, stories of many meetings with Paul and exclusive interviews. Plus a sneak p…
 
Samantha Power was the USA's youngest ever ambassador to the UN, during President Barack Obama’s second term, and is a writer and academic. She has just been invited to join president-elect Joe Biden's administration. Samantha was born in London but grew up in Ireland. At the age of nine, she moved to the US with her mother and younger brother foll…
 
Singer / songwriter Teenage Waitress aka Daniel J. Ash joins us for Episode 8 A huge Weller fan with tales of meeting his hero, supporting Paul on tour, creating at Black Barn and so much more! Daniel also treats us to a special Lockdown3.0 bedroom session playing "The Mess You Made Me Make" Check out the debut album from Teenage Waitress - Love & …
 
My guest on Episode 7 is Ian Snowball (Snowy) Author of multiple books on The Jam, Style Council and Paul Weller including Sounds From The Studio, Thick As Thieves: Personal Situations with The Jam and the 2021 publication of Soul Deep - Adventures of the Style Council (with my guest from Episode 1, Stuart Deabill) Ian also collaborated with The Ja…
 
David Olusoga is a historian, writer and broadcaster who has presented a range of programmes including the BBC’s A House Through Time and Civilisations. He is currently professor of public history at Manchester University.Born in Lagos, the second child to a Nigerian father and a British mother, David was brought up by his mother in Gateshead after…
 
This week, I am joined by Ben Taylor, AKA 'The Magic Mod' - not only is he Rock n' Roll's favourite musician - Ben is a massive Paul Weller fan - who has accompanied Paul and the band on tour and in the studio at Black Barn. https://www.instagram.com/the_magic_mod/ Celebrating the modern world subculture, Liam Gallagher claims, “he is the best dres…
 
Episode 5 sees Dan chat to film-maker Lee Cogswell about his work with Paul Weller. From mini-documentaries on albums from Kind Revolution, to True Meanings and On Sunset through to Style Council Documentary "Long Hot Summers" Lee has even created music videos for Paul for 'White Horses' and 'Movin' On' Find out more at Mono Media Films…
 
Colonel Lucy Giles is an officer of the British Army’s Royal Logistic Corps and is currently President of the Army Officer Selection Board - the first woman to take on this role. After attending her local comprehensive school in Wincanton, Somerset, she studied Biological Sciences at Exeter University where she joined the University Officers’ Train…
 
Episode 4 - and I'm joined by Weller Fan and Radio Boss, Ric Blaxill. Ric has an incredible CV, working across radio and TV, collaborating with some of the biggest names in the business. From BBC Radio 1, Capital Radio and BBC 6 Music to Top of the Pops - and Paul Weller's return to primetime TV in the nineties. Ric currently works for Bauer Media …
 
Sir Cliff Richard makes a second trip to the island he first visited 60 years ago, when he had just turned 20, but had already topped the UK charts three times. Over the course of his career, Sir Cliff has released over 100 albums and sold well over 250 million records. His chart success in the UK has been eclipsed only by his hero Elvis Presley an…
 
Episode 3's guest is Singer / Songwriter Russell Hastings (From The Jam) The only frontman to work with both Rick Buckler and Bruce Foxton since Paul Weller split The Jam in 1982. His work with Bruce has also seen him also work alongside Paul Weller, Wilko Johnson and Steve Cropper to name just a few As a genuine Jam fan, his passion and understand…
 
On Episode 2, we are joined by Weller Super Fan, and friend, Mark Baxter (Bax) A Writer / film-maker / PR man / London Legend … known as The Mumper, who, together with his Mono Media company partner, Lee Cogswell, has made documentary films on recent Paul Weller albums from Jawbone through to On Sunset. They also made 2020's incredible Sky Arts Doc…
 
Professor Sir Jeremy Farrar is Director of the Wellcome Trust, a global charitable foundation which funds scientific research. He is a member of Sage, the scientific group currently advising the government on Covid-19.He is the youngest of six children and was born in Singapore. His mother was an artist and his father was a teacher, who worked arou…
 
"If we get through for two minutes only, it will be a start!" Welcome to Episode 1 of Desperately Seeking Paul - The World's First Paul Weller Fan Podcast. We kick off with special guest, author, Stuart Deabill, one of the team behind the brilliant new book ‘Soul Deep - Adventures With The Style Council’. It celebrates “probably the best pop group …
 
Helen Oxenbury is an illustrator of children’s books whose work has featured in many very popular titles for younger readers including the award-winning We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, by Michael Rosen.Helen has won the Kate Greenaway Medal twice and was awarded a lifetime achievement award by the Book Trust in 2018. She attended the Ipswich School of …
 
A former radio broadcaster with one big regret. Never getting to interview his hero, the legendary British musician Paul Weller.This podcast exists purely to solve that issue. The world's first Paul Weller podcast for the fans by the fans. It promises to be a celebration from In The City to On Sunset with everything in between. Welcome to Desperate…
 
Arsène Wenger was the manager of Arsenal FC for 22 years, becoming the longest-serving and most successful manager in the club’s history. He was born in Strasbourg in 1949 and grew up as the youngest of three children in the nearby village of Duttlenheim, where his parents ran a bistro. There he listened in to the daily conversations about football…
 
Sir Keir Starmer is the leader of the Labour Party, and the leader of the opposition.Named after Keir Hardie, a founding father of the Labour party, he was elected leader seven months ago in the wake of Labour’s heavy defeat in the 2019 general election. He stood for, and won, the leadership on a platform of party unity but his resolve has been tes…
 
David Mitchell has published eight novels, two of which – number9dream and Cloud Atlas – have been shortlisted for the Booker Prize. He has also translated two books on autism from Japanese, working with his Japanese wife: their son is on the autistic spectrum. While his work also includes writing for the screen and opera libretti, his main occupat…
 
Hilary McGrady is Director General of the National Trust.She was born in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, in 1966, where her father was a builder while her mother looked after Hilary and her two older siblings. She spent her childhood roaming the fields near her home, 20 miles outside Belfast. She went to art college after school where she met her husban…
 
Chris Boardman is an Olympic cyclist, businessman and the Cycling and Walking Commissioner for Greater Manchester. Both his parents were keen competitive amateur cyclists and they backed Chris as he gradually became interested in the sport as a teenager. He left school at 16, and trained as a carpenter to fund his cycling, and his love of making th…
 
Averil Mansfield is a retired vascular surgeon and was the first female Professor of Surgery in the UK when she was appointed in 1993.She was born in 1937 in Blackpool, where her father worked as a welder on the attractions at the Pleasure Beach. She was an only child and an avid reader when young. After perusing a library book on early advances in…
 
Baroness Floella Benjamin DBE is a Trinidadian-British broadcaster, writer and politician. She became a familiar face to millions of viewers through her work on children's television, most notably on Play School, which she first presented in 1976. She was born in Trinidad in 1949, the second of six children. When her parents emigrated to the UK, sh…
 
Samantha Morton is an actor and director. She has appeared in films directed by Woody Allen and Steven Spielberg, and is also known for her work on independent productions, often with serious themes such as prostitution and bereavement. She has been nominated for two Academy Awards and won many accolades including a BAFTA and a Golden Globe.Born in…
 
Yusuf Cat Stevens is a singer-songwriter who first enjoyed success more than 50 years ago. He was born Steven Demetre Georgiou in July 1948. His Greek Cypriot father and his Swedish mother ran a restaurant in the West End of London, and he helped out there from an early age. He also became interested in music, writing and singing his own songs, par…
 
Bernardine Evaristo won the Booker Prize in 2019 for her novel, Girl, Woman, Other. She is Professor of Creative Writing at Brunel University London.Bernardine was born in May 1959, the fourth of eight children, to an English mother and a Nigerian father. She grew up in Woolwich in south London, and was educated at Eltham Hill Girls’ Grammar School…
 
The ball rolled past the gap between him and Gordon Banks and into the back of the net. The Germans were one goal up.Jack Charlton, Sue Lawley's castaway, recalls the match which was to bring him to his knees in relief and joy as England went on to win the 1966 World Cup - just one of the crowning moments of a career that could so easily have ended…
 
Tom, decided that after studying business, the desk life wasn't for him, so during his first 3 months trip to Asia and Australia, he landed initially in Thailand where he fell in love with its islands, lifestyle, culture and the people. Once back to the UK he decided to leave his secure life behind and follow his passion for football (soccer) and a…
 
Kirsty Young's castaway is the actress Liz Smith. Her story is a triumph of talent and perseverance over circumstance. Her mother died when she was tiny, her father walked out of her life and for many years she was brought up by her grandmother who was in mourning for her only child and her own husband. For Liz, acting and making people laugh was a…
 
Armin is a postdoctoral research fellow in biophysics based in Taipei. He focused his research on structural biology. Armin shares his early days living in a farm village and slowly moving out of his comfort zone in to the bigger city for study and following a path that would lead to India and finally Taiwan. His journey is not over yet and full wi…
 
Molly is a Taiwanese artist based in Taipei. She shares the journey starting as a piano player and making the decision to move to the big city to finally make it as an artist. The struggles, hard work and the final satisfaction of being an independent musician in a difficult industry in difficult times. FOLLOW US ► Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c…
 
Wendy Cope is one of England’s most popular and widely-read contemporary poets.Wendy was born in Erith, Kent. Her father was 29 years older than her mother and she was sent to boarding school at the age of seven. Although English was her favourite subject at school, in a bid to defy her English teacher’s expectations, she read history at Oxford. Fo…
 
Fernando is a cultural ambassador in Taiwan. His mission is to give the island a voice in other international territories by using diplomacy through culture and to promote the positive sides of working together with Taiwan. Further he expresses his gratitude and luck of being able to stay in Taiwan during these difficult global conditions and prais…
 
Kirsty Young's castaway is Bryan Stevenson.An American lawyer, he is the founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, a private, not-for-profit organisation working on death penalty cases, cases of children sentenced as adults, prison and sentencing reform, and issues of race and poverty.His great grandparents were slaves and he …
 
Richard is a Retired US Marine based in Taiwan. Since the age of 7 he knew what he wanted to become, growing up on a military base and constantly moving around the world made him the person who he is now. After many years of serving his country it was time to take a step back and find time to recover mentally and physically in a serene place. FOLLO…
 
Listeners choose the music that has been special to them during the weeks of lockdown. With Jane Moss, Hugh Mullally, Ailish Douglas, Professor Jason Warren, Niti Acharya, Margery Hookings, Simon Spiller, Clare Raybould and Garry Greenland.DISC ONE: Amazing Grace by Judy Collins DISC TWO: Who Knows Where The Time Goes? by Sandy DennyDISC THREE: The…
 
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