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#1276 Post by MikeyC »

Fascinating discussion! I love the talk about Shep Pettibone! A great listen! 😎🎧🎹

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#1277 Post by Old Soak »

PSB confirmed for Glastonbury on the Sunday:

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/entertainment ... 3045b5f5ab
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#1278 Post by boyjohn »

So Years and Years are playing right before PSB, got to be some crossing of paths there I would assume.
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#1279 Post by Old Soak »

It Couldn't Happen Here, Sky Arts 9pm 10/6/22.
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#1280 Post by Suburban_Boy »

"Memorable Pet Shop Boys moments on BBC Radio, including their 2002 Peel session, standing in for @SimonBatesUK in 1991 and an interview with @jowhiley in 2016, will be aired on @BBC6Music at midnight tonight. Link below."

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000xbpk

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Snapshots of the Pet Shop Boys' career through three appearances on BBC Radio. Including their 2002 Peel session, complete with John Peel's introductions and listener reaction, the time, in 1991, when they stood in for Simon Bates on Radio 1 and presented the Golden Hour, plus highlights of a 2016 interview with Jo Whiley on Radio 2.

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#1281 Post by leesmapman »

That's a re-run of an older radio-special from last year, isn't it?

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#1282 Post by leesmapman »

BBC Radio 6 is doing a LOT of PSB.
Tomorrow there's part 3 and 4 of the PSB Documentary and "The First Time With... Neil Tennant"
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00vlnrp

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#1283 Post by TallThinMan »

They’re on Zoe Ball’s Breakfast Show on Radio 2 right now. Neil just said that there’s a special guest on one song and that it’s pretty obvious who it is, but he’s not going to say.

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#1284 Post by PopKid78 »

Just Flicking through the channels, and noticed Performance is on BBC Four again. It’s on in the early hours of the morning at 1:30


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#1285 Post by PopKid78 »

Just noticed It couldn’t happen here, is on Sky Arts tonight


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#1286 Post by jasonjohn »

Not an appearance, but wanted to share this somewhere other than a new thread

https://twitter.com/the_ren1981/status/ ... SM3ico4M_A

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#1287 Post by DavePSB »

It couldn’t happen here is now available for download on Sky / Sky Arts 👍🏻
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#1288 Post by DopeFiend »

It's really been a while since we've heard from the Boys isn't it? I feel an interview is overdue, just to hear how they've been and what they're up to.
By the way, I kinda wish they'd be modern and appear on an internet show instead of the old school radio appearances.
I'd much rather see them with my eyes whilst hearing them. And internet shows such as podcasts are much less restricted than traditional media. Those radio appearances hardly give them time to speak, and have to play little ads and jingles. Feels a bit disingenuous by comparison.

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#1289 Post by Patrick Bateman »

DopeFiend wrote: Mon 07 Nov 2022, 10:11 am It's really been a while since we've heard from the Boys isn't it? I feel an interview is overdue, just to hear how they've been and what they're up to.
By the way, I kinda wish they'd be modern and appear on an internet show instead of the old school radio appearances.
I'd much rather see them with my eyes whilst hearing them. And internet shows such as podcasts are much less restricted than traditional media. Those radio appearances hardly give them time to speak, and have to play little ads and jingles. Feels a bit disingenuous by comparison.
They're very rooted in the old ways of working though, whether that's the traditional album cycle or promotion. Even though they're free to release material whenever they like, it's actually been nearly three years since Hotspot.

I imagine that when (if?) they release a new album, we'll get the first play of the single on Ken Bruce's show, then a banal phone interview between Neil and Zoe Ball over our cornflakes.

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