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Radio Review: 8 February
There’s been a lot of talk about the right to offend. A right that I support completely, but only if the right to be offended is also acknowledged. You can say anything you like, but only if you realise that others have the right to challenge you on...
Book Reviews: 8 February
OUT NOW THE VOYAGE by Murray Bail (MacLehose Press, £12) Bail is an accomplished and inventive, prize-winning prose stylist with an impressive series of novels and short stories already to his credit. He attempts something quite new here, in this...
Radio Review: 25 January
While I’m as partial to a bit of rose-tinted nostalgia as anyone else, particularly when it comes to the state of broadcasting, not everything used to be better. I remember sitting with my grandparents in their car at the seaside, glaring out at a...
The Daily: January 18
Going for Gold The Gold Rush may seem like a something of the distant past for many of us but for one amateur prospector it is very much a current phenomena. The man, who has not been named, found a gold nugget weighing 5.5kg in the Australian state of...
Radio Review: 18 January
I considered writing about Nick Clegg’s radio phone-in debut this week, but it would have involved listening to LBC, something no human being should ever do. The combination of LBC and Clegg, whom I regard as one of the most baleful influences on...
Radio Review: 11January
My festive listening has dealt a blow, possibly fatal, to my capacity to be surprised. There I was in the kitchen on Christmas Day, listening to BBC Radio 4 Extra’s Cue! Eric Sykes festival. One programme featured Sykes’s 1999 appearance on With Great...
Radio Review: 4 January
The Guardian parliamentary sketch-writer, the late Norman Shrapnel, was once asked why he never socialised with politicians. He replied that it might spoil the purity of his hatred. It’s an amusingly extreme version of a conundrum that critics of all...
Bringing joy to the world
If, at any point, you find yourself moaning about the rubbish on television over the festive season (and having looked at the schedules, I really wouldn’t blame you), there’s always the wireless. The best news for discerning listeners this Christmas is...
Radio Review: 7 December
My mother was a 1960s teenager, and when BBC Radio 1 launched, it was aimed squarely at her. Recent allegations (not ‘revelations’, as we are told – nothing has yet been proven) about much-loved broadcasters, have caused her considerable and genuine...
Radio Review: 30 November
There is a regrettable tendency among modern sophisticates to view all old comedy as coarse and unfunny. This is unfair. Robb Wilton and Jimmy James were brilliant and are timeless. Certainly there were duffers around in the music hall era, but the...
Radio Review: 23 November
It might not be obvious, but as it turns 90, the BBC still has a lot to celebrate. The commemorations have been oddly muted, though, and as they must have been planned well in advance of the current brouhaha breaking, it must be deliberate policy....
Radio Review: 16 November
When Barack Obama was elected US President in 2008, my daughter was six months old. My wish to stay up all night and watch the coverage on television dovetailed nicely with her desire to stay up all night on account of being a baby. So it was that...
Book reviews: 9 November
OUT NOW A CAT, A HAT, AND A PIECE OF STRING by Joanne Harris (Doubleday, £15) More than half the stories in this collection from Joanne Harris, the bestselling author of Chocolat, have not been published before. For £15, you’d quite like the whole lot...
Radio Review: 2 November
My cautious enthusiasm for the BBC local radio stations in my new neck of the woods has not lasted. There are some gems in the evening and weekend schedules, and I hope they’ll last past January, when the local radio cuts start to have their hideous...
Radio Review: 26 October
Having finally managed to unpack an analogue radio following my recent house move, I have begun to acquaint myself with BBC local radio stations near my patch. I admit to sniggering when Malcolm Boyden announced on his BBC Hereford & Worcester Sunday...
The Daily: October 18
Cameron's EU referendum plans David Cameron is set to make a dramatic announcement with regards to Britain's future in the EU, stating that if re-elected he will call for an EU referendum. Cameron has said that the next Conservative manifesto will...
Radio Review: 19 October
Due to freakish atmospherics or something similar, the digital radio in the kitchen of my new home can't receive any of the local stations I'm supposed to get. Instead of the BBC's Radio Bristol or Radio Gloucestershire, I've ended up an avid listener...
Radio Review: 5 December
First things first, we should welcome back the majestic and authoritative Paul Gambaccini to the nation’s airwaves, after a year away while his cupboards were searched fruitlessly for skeletons. Gambo opened his return to America’s Greatest Hits on...
Radio Review: 12 October
I never met Kenny Everett, but I spoke to him once. It was a Saturday morning in the early 1990s, and my mother's radio station of choice at the time was Capital Gold, on which Everett presented a weekend show. He played a clip from a film and asked...
Radio Review: 5 October
I should have learned by now that listening to radio comedy on public transport is fraught with danger. Particularly if you have a raucous bellowing laugh like what I do. The looks I've received couldn't be much worse if I were sitting there naked and...

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