Monday, June 30, 2008

The Indoor Gig Gudie For June 30th to July 6th

TV

Monday

TAPES N TAPES - CONAN
CHROMEO - JIMMY KIMMEL
AL GREEN - LETTERMAN

Tuesday

THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS - CONAN
MOBY - CARSON
ED HARCOURT = LENO
SECONDHAND SERENADE - JIMMY KIMMEL
DUFFY - LATE LATE SHOW

Wednesday

LOCAL H - CARSON

Thursday

THE KILLS - CONAN
JOHN HIATT - LATE LATE SHOW

Friday

THE ALL FOR NOTS JIMMY KIMMEL

On-line

BBC Radio
www.bbc.co.uk/radio

Radio 1

Steve Lamacq's In New Music We Trust
Monday From 4 PM EST

Glastonbury 2008 including The Verve, Florence & The Machine, The Brute Chorus and The Raconteurs.

Huw Stephens In New Music We Trust
The Best of BBC Introducing [Best New UK Bands}
Wednesday 4 PM EST

Glastonbury special

Zane Lowe
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST



BBC Introducing in the Nations
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST

UK - Glastonbury Festival Special
Scotland - Unicorn Kid live in session
Wales - Highlights from BBC Introducing at Glastonbury

Annie Mac

Friday Night Web show
Friday Night Mash up from 5 to 7 PM

Radio 2

Documentaries

Marc Riley's Musical Time Machine

Every Monday 6:30 PM EDT

Programme 4 - Nicky Wire

The Musical Time Machine journeys back to 1996, where following the release of the hugely successful album Everything Must Go, Manic Street Preachers were in the public's eye.

They were also famous for the disappearance of bandmate Richey James, the previous year.

Nicky Wire joined Jo Wiley on her Radio 1 show. Tired of speaking on behalf of his absent bandmate, Wire gave a frank and honest view of his experiences of the past year, and his hopes for the future.

Broadcasting extracts from that interview, Marc will also speak to Jo Wiley about her own memories of that show.

The Definitive History of UK Dance Music

Every Saturday 2:04 PM EDT

Programme 3: Underground, overground - 1994 to the present day

In 1993, dance music reached a critical mass. The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act of 1994 effectively outlawed raves and so the ravers became clubbers - and moved back indoors.

Dance music became big business; Ministry of Sound began to expand its empire - from clubs through to a record label, radio and TV stations. Radio 1, which had ignored it, now had a variety of dance shows on offer.

Jarvis Cocker's Musical Map of Sheffield

Tuesday - 5:33 PM EDT

Former Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker takes you on an intimate tour of Sheffield.

In his evocative musical map, Jarvis creates a soundtrack that drives his memories, feelings and observations about his home town.

Growing up in a city that was still reeling from the loss of big industry, Jarvis recalls his childhood, surrounded by family, and listening to conversations about love and disappointment.

Along the way, he introduces the music of Sheffield legends, including Joe Cocker, Cabaret Voltaire, The Human League and Artery.

The Greatest Dance Music Records of All Time

Tuesdays - 6:30 PM

Zoe Ball counts down the top ten greatest dance music records - as voted for by the Radio 2 audience.


Radcliffe and Maconie
Monday and Tuesday - 3 to 5 PM EDT

Monday - Glasto highlights with Massive Attack, KT Tunstall and The Verve
Wednesday - Beck
Thursday - Noddy Holder is on

BBC 6 Music

6Music Plays It Again
Monday-Thursday 7:00 PM EST

This Week - Glastonbury highlights in 'Live at Midnight - Glastonbury 2008' - the best bits of sets from Kings of Leon, Massive Attack, Elbow and The Verve.

6Music Plays It Again Overnight
Every Night at 10 PM EDT

Tuesday - Guitar Greats. B.B. King talks about his life and career.
Wednesday - Guitar Greats. Alexis Korner assesses the life and career of Eric Clapton.
Thursday - Guitar Greats. Jeff Beck talks about his life and career.
Friday - Guitar Greats. Alexis Korner assesses the life and career of Pete Townshend.
Saturday - Guitar Greats. Jimmy Page talks to Alexis Korner about his life and career.
Sunday - Crossover. Alexis Korner assesses the life and career of Ry Cooder..

Live at 4(AM UK)
Every Night at 11 PM EDT

Monday - Mahlathini And The Mahotlle Queens - Glastonbury 1989
Tuesday - Hope Of The States - Fleece And Firkin, Bristol 2003
Wednesday - Steve Miller Band - Rockpalast Germany
Thursday - Light Of This World - Hammersmith Odeon 1981
Friday -The Cribs - Limelight, Belfast 2004

Sessions 04:30 - 05:00

Monday

Starsailor - 21/02/2005
We Are Scientists - 05/05/2006

Tuesday

Ali Farka Toure -
Vampire Weekend - 18/01/2008

Wednesday

Sidecar Kisses - 11/12/2006
A Homeboy A Hippie And A Funky Dread - 08/11/1990

Thursday

Squeeze - 17/087/1977
Raincoats - 10/12/1980

Friday

Gorillaz - 20/03/2001
FIne Young Cannibals - 09/01/1985

KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic with Nic Harcourt
Live Set beging at 2:15 PM EST

Monday - Little Jackie

KEXP.org
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST

Monday

The Jet Age - 3:00pm

Saturday

Georgetown Orbits - 1:30 pm
Aqueduct (LIVE from High Dive) - 9:30pm
Rusty Willoughby (LIVE from High Dive) - 11:00pm

Xpn.org

World Café
WeekDay From 2 to 4 PM EDT

Monday - Aimee Mann
Tuesday - Paul Thorn
Wednesday - Eli "Paperboy" Reed
Thursday - Ryan Bingham

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