10/07
Full line-up and times for Madness, The Pogues, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Ash, Imelda May, Dog Is Dead, Natalie Duncan, Yunioshi and more...
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06/07
Leg of jerk chicken in one hand and a can of Red stripe in the other, we went along to the Nottingham Caribbean Carnival on the Forest...

06/07
Splendour Festival, The Breakdowns, Love Ends Disaster, Ash and loads more...
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05/07
This month Doodle takeover the CULT podcast. Expect classics from the doodle dancefloor...

04/07
In the build up to Splendour, we thought we'd check out a Council-run festival at another city in the Midlands...
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03/07
“You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me?" Well, actually the man who wrote Taxi Driver was talking to a couple of hundred of us...

02/07
"As far as I know I’m the only journalist that ever interviewed the Xylophone Man, which still seems bizarre when I think about it"...
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30/06
He played through a selection of heart-wrenching numbers, showing off his inimitable way with words and his beautifully pure growling voice...

29/06
A lively Caribbean musical with a bitter-sweet tale for the whole family...
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26/06
A celebration of film and TV writing, featuring Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver), Jimmy McGovern (Hillsborough) and Guy Hibbert (Omagh)...

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