Jamie Chats to Dave Stearn from Pure Breakfast about the new Ep released this autumn and plans for a full album and tour in 2017.
Singer songwriter Jamie Hartman is best known as the front man of the band Ben’s Brother. Their debut ablum ‘Beta Male Fairytales’ peaked at 14 in the UK charts in 2007. Their single ‘Let Me Out’ was short-listed for a Ivor Novello award.
Now Jamie is launching a solo career with his first solo album III which will be released early in 2012. Jamie played Paul Holloway a track from the new album ‘Buddah Allah Jesus Jones’ and talked about moving to LA, becoming a Dad and how his brother Ben is getting on.
Nadia Almada became television’s most recognisable transsexual woman in 2004, when she won Big Brother. She came back this year to take part in the final ever series on Channel 4.
Trans-rights campaigner, Christine Burns MBE has been speaking to Nadia about her fiery time in the house, and the events that followed.
You can also hear more from Christine Burns at http://podcast.plain-sense.co.uk
Here is another chance to hear Ben Hughes talking to musician and author, Anthony Reynolds.
He had just released a new book about Scott Walker and The Walker Brothers entitled The Impossible Dream: The Story of Scott Walker & The Walker Brothers, so it seemed rather fitting that he should join us in The Cellar for a discussion about all things Walker.