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The best bits of Simon Mayo Drivetime on BBC Radio 2, with star guests, audience interactivity, intelligent conversation and much more.
||Mayo: Eric Church, Nigel Barden and Mary Berry 6 March||This week American singer-songwriter Eric Church came in to talk about his new album The Outsiders. Resident Chef Nigel Barden tossed some perfect pancakes live in the studio for Shrove Tuesday. There’s a video of his performance on the website now if..||3/6/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Mayo: Sally Green, Albert Lee and Sophie Kinsella 27 Feb||Sally Green entered the Radio 2 Book Club to talk about her debut novel ‘Half Bad’ - book one of a trilogy set in an alternate modern day England where witches live alongside humans. We had a special TV and Radio mash-up with Matt Baker and Gabby...||2/27/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Mayo: Folk Special Friday 21 Feb 2014||This week we bring you a Folk-Filled Special following Drivetime's live broadcast from the Royal Albert Hall ahead of the Radio 2 Folk Awards. Seth Lakeman popped in with his fiddle, Suzanne Vega gave us goosebumps with her acoustic version of Marlene...||2/21/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Mayo: Robert Lautner, James Blunt, Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury||This week Robert Lautner entered the Radio 2 Book Club to talk about his debut novel “The Road to Reckoning”. Singer songwriter James Blunt delighted us with his playful banter and top tips on how to deal with internet trolls. Plus we celebrated 25...||2/13/14||Free||View In iTunes|
A perfectly proportioned and varied Podcast
This is a great podcast...the guests/interviewees are varied, always interesting and Simon's interviewing style is relaxed. Averaging around 30 minutes, it is amazing how much informative chat is squeezed in. A really good listen.
This podcast has become as much a part of my day as breathing and blinking. It's consistently entertaining. Can't recommend it highly enough.