Booksmart movie, Liam Gallagher biopic, Divine Comedy

Jun 08, 04:00 AM

Joining us to feel the bumps on pop culture’s skull this week are our rock’n’roll raconteur guests GUY PRATT – bass player to Pink Floyd, Bryan Ferry and Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets – and SOPHIE HARRIS of Mojo, the Guardian and Time Out New York.

This week, TEENAGE RAMPAGE: Why you NEED to go and see Booksmart, the most original and joyful high school comedy since Ferris Bueller’s Day off. OUR KID’S BATHETIC: The fly-on-Liam-Gallagher’s-wall doc As It Was shows him as less mad for it and more dad for it. But is it cosmetic exercise? And FIGHT THE POWER (POINT): Does The Divine Comedy’s satirical workplace album Office Politics meet its KPIs going forward in this space? We’ll shake the tree and loop you in once we’ve bottomed this one out with a 360º perspective, yeah?

Produced and presented by Andrew Harrison and Siân Pattenden. Audio production by Sophie Black at Soho Radio, London. Bigmouth is a Podmasters production. 

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