Tag Archives: Who Do You Think You Are

Old, new, hallowed and true – back in touch with Slade legend Dave Hill

If it’s December, Slade must be doing the rounds again, in the post Holder/Lea configuration they’ve worked in for 25-plus years. And it’s not long after ‘Super Yob’ guitar hero Dave Hill calls me from his home in the Black … Continue reading

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On Tour: Not the bike race – the David Baddiel interview

After a sold-out run at the Menier Chocolate Factory and in London’s West End, comedian, novelist and TV presenter David Baddiel is taking his Olivier-nominated one-man show to theatres nationwide, with four dates already in the bag when we caught … Continue reading

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Telling classical tales – the John Suchet interview

From The Four Tops, Gilbert O’Sullivan, Graham Nash and John Lydon to Lulu, The Membranes, The Puppini Sisters and Will Young, it’s fair to say we’ve criss-crossed the musical genres on this website over 2016. This past week was no … Continue reading

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Welcome to the 21st century, FIFA … now wake up to racism

RATHER than suffer the highlights of England’s World Cup qualifying draw with Poland last week, I watched BBC genealogy documentary series Who Do Yo Think You Are? as John Barnes jetted off to Jamaica to learn about his family’s part in the … Continue reading

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