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    Just heard an advert for a programme on BBC Radio 2 on Thursday 13th December at 22.00 hours. Its an hour long programme called "The Smiths at the BBC" and will be introduced by Johnnie Walker featuring archive sessions and interviews. Should be great
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    Hi

    according to the Radio Times this is on Radio 2 Thursday 13th December @ 22:00. Sounds good, with lots of archive material including Moz on Pop Quiz and Pebble Mill at One, which I don't remember happening so will be recording it

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by salfordlad View Post
    Hi

    according to the Radio Times this is on Radio 2 Thursday 13th December @ 22:00. Sounds good, with lots of archive material including Moz on Pop Quiz and Pebble Mill at One, which I don't remember happening so will be recording it

    cheers
    Prepare to cringe

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    Quote Originally Posted by billy scissors View Post
    Prepare to cringe
    Wow, I didn't know Morrissey was on Pebble Mill.




    *edit*
    Morrissey was having a bad hair day.
    Last edited by Kewpie; December 10, 2012 at 05:29 PM.

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    ^^ Its not the show I was thinking of.Sorry bout that, Salfordlad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kewpie View Post
    Wow, I didn't know Morrissey was on Pebble Mill.




    *edit*
    Morrissey was having a bad hair day.
    Haha I love these odd TV appearences Moz makes, he's so awkward but in a good way, what the fuck is that jumper that fella is wearing too, it's horrendous.

    Moz giving away his own LP's on a TV competition! I love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kewpie View Post
    Wow, I didn't know Morrissey was on Pebble Mill.




    *edit*
    Morrissey was having a bad hair day.
    My sole claim to 'fame' ~ my mother used to teach the fella in the nightmare jumper - Paul Coia: "A lovely wee boy; but he always had tickets on himself."

    And what's wrong with Morrissey's hair? Looks smashing to me.
    "Morrissey is wearing a pair of vintage jeans and sipping from a can of Red Bull."
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    Quote Originally Posted by joe frady View Post
    My sole claim to 'fame' ~ my mother used to teach the fella in the nightmare jumper - Paul Coia: "A lovely wee boy; but he always had tickets on himself."

    And what's wrong with Morrissey's hair? Looks smashing to me.
    Have you really looked at his hair from 0:45 onwards?

    The hair looks frizzy, not very stylish to me.
    Last edited by Kewpie; December 10, 2012 at 08:13 PM.

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    There's a picture of me and Paul Coia somewhere when I was on Catchword, about 20 years ago....*goes to look*

    EDIT - found it - filming Catchword in Glasgow, 1990.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncleskinny View Post
    There's a picture of me and Paul Coia somewhere when I was on Catchword, about 20 years ago....*goes to look*

    EDIT - found it - filming Catchword in Glasgow, 1990.



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    Wow! .... I've seen more natural bonhomie in a hostage situation

    Did you win?
    "Morrissey is wearing a pair of vintage jeans and sipping from a can of Red Bull."
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    Wow, young Uncleskinny reminds me of Ricky Ross of Deacon Blue.

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    Do you think this will just be a re-run of "The Smiths at the Beeb" from the nineties ?

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    Just bumping this thread to remind people not to forget. 2hrs 20 mins, I know I'm looking forward to it
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    Quote Originally Posted by joe frady View Post
    Wow! .... I've seen more natural bonhomie in a hostage situation

    Did you win?
    You had to win 5 programmes to win some fancy computer. I won 4 and lost the 5th on a tie-break. Which set the pace for the rest of my days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncleskinny View Post
    There's a picture of me and Paul Coia somewhere when I was on Catchword, about 20 years ago....*goes to look*

    EDIT - found it - filming Catchword in Glasgow, 1990.



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    So, Uncle Peter, are you really called Tom?

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    Morrissey: "I'm not in!"
    Jools: "Oh, come on."
    Morrissey: "I refuse to open the door."

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe frady View Post
    Wow! .... I've seen more natural bonhomie in a hostage situation

    Did you win?

    I actually just spat saliva all over the monitor while laughing at this comment , Joe ...

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    Oh this is lovely to listen to, both musically and for the interviews. To hear the lightness in his voice, his wit and his positiveness and lack of bitterness compared to those interviews of today, where did this Moz go?
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    I don't think I've heard this version of Pretty Girls make Graves before in such clarity.

    Yes very good programme
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Eyed View Post
    Oh this is lovely to listen to, both musically and for the interviews. To hear the lightness in his voice, his wit and his positiveness and lack of bitterness compared to those interviews of today, where did this Moz go?
    Thats what 30 years in the music industry, with people constantly telling you you're a genius or a tw&t, does to you
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    Get out as early as you can,
    And don't have any kids yourself

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    Have they run out of material?

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