Apr 242017
 
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In today’s Round the Counter Podcast, with Ben Archer, Dave Weight and myself, we chatted about the General Election, music that suits the moods of troubled political times, and Ben’s recent visit to Vienna. Plus we had music from Simple Minds, Gang of Four, Superfood, Television and Idols.

Apr 172017
 
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This weeks podcast is a little different, Dave Weight and I aren’t in the office, but in my living room instead. We have a report from when we went to the Format Festival in Derby, the Big Gold Dream on the BBC iPlayer about Scottish Punk and New Wave. We’ve got music from Fire Engines, Scars and Blia Barguild with Teho Teardo.

Apr 102017
 
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Tonight’s podcast brings Dave Weight and Rob Watson back after a week away. Chatting about designer Neville Brody, debunking fake news at Snopes, and music from LCD Sound System, Torn Sail, Curtis Mayfield, Jake Houlsby and Mario Batkovic.

 

Mar 202017
 
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Tonight’s Round the Counter Podcast was with Dave Weight and Rob Watson. We chatted about the new Sleaford Mods film, Fika coffee culture and The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Some great music from Human League, Suzzie Quatro.

Mar 132017
 
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Tonight’s Round the Counter podcast was with Ben Archer, David Weight, and myself, Rob Watson. We chatted about anxiety management, sofa movies, acoustic spaces for contemplation and photography.

Feb 272017
 
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Tonight’s Round the Counter podcast was with Dave Weight, Ben Archer, Scott Choucino and myself Rob Watson. We talked about the Pet Shop Boys show, Raniari’s sacking from Leicester City and the Monotype event at Leicester Print Workshop.

Feb 202017
 
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Tonight’s Round the Counter podcast with Rob Watson, Dave Weight and Ben Archer. We chatted about food scarcity and the lack of courgettes, Tom Robinson’s talk at Leicester University for LGBT history month, Tom Waits, and Kurt Cobain would have been fifty.

Feb 132017
 
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Tonight’s Round the Counter Podcast was with Dave Weight, Ben Archer and myself. We chatted about Leicester City’s prospect of relegation, wasting time with YouTube, and the role of the modern troubadour. Ben brought in a selection of tracks, including Magazine, Birdy Man and the Horrors.