Below is what I’m watching, listening to or simply rate very highly. My personal ‘IN’ Crowd.
I’m not selling, just telling…
Just so you know where I’m coming from. You can check the stuff out and make your own mind up in your own good time.
Dobey Gray 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
As well as giving us the track, The ‘In’ Crowd , he also lifted millions of hearts and nodding heads with that other all-time-great, Out on the Floor. What ever shifts happen below, in no particular order, Mr Dobey Gray will be heading up this page for gifting us the song, the original and the best. It’s got that swing, cool as…
The Spybrary Podcast https://spybrary.com/ 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
For starters Spybrary has a killer theme tune and a superb host in the form of Shane Whaley, a Welshman broadcasting from Vermont in the US (Station V).
The show regularly features a truly diverse span of international contributors, with interviews, short reviews, deep dives and round tables, even including a regular appearance of someone believed to be that early 70’s rapscallion from Department S, Jason King !
When it comes to spy-fiction, to quote King’s old drinking pals the Doors, Spybrary’s open gate is ‘straight, deep and wide.’
Gilles Peterson 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
The acid-jazz pioneer and super-star DJ Gilles Peterson spins tracks both essential and eclectic on his Saturday slot on BBC radio 6. He rarely disappoints me at at any time.
The three hour show always throws up something new, along with classic Unknown’s. I rarely listen live but download for the right time, an emotional lift is guaranteed.
Jamz Supernova 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
Because Sheriff Peterson is human and also deserves a nice summer holiday, cause and effect delivered deputy DJ, Ms. Jamz Supernova, to our ears.
Jamz was on a free transfer from 1 Xtra for three weeks, and it was simply a joy. Subscribed.
The Curiously Specific Podcast 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
They dangled the bait of the Ipcress File. You can guess what happened next…
The Curiously Specific podcast is a two-man bookclub put together by a couple of mates. One a digital media walla, the other an underground novelist who does a bit with ‘Auntie’.
It all amounts to an irreverent blast, as they visit places in search of curiously specific land marks, bars (of course) and locations.
There’s a carefully curated pile waiting for you to subscribe, download enjoy and hopefully they’ll be back soon. Please.