To celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Pure’s Paddy Blockley reads a special poem written by Dorothy Martin from Heaton Moor followed by the God Save The Queen including often overlooked verses.
Each week on Fuzzbox we are looking back on some of our heroes who appeared on the show before we had the podcast site.
This week we are going back to February 2009 when Paul Holloway spoke to the man behind the hairstyle, John Cooper Clarke.
The Salford Bard became famous as the original punk rock poet.
Johnny Clarke will be playing the Friends Of Mine Festival in May.
Paddy Blockley reads a poem for Harry Patch and Tommy Atkin by Wally Ellice
Paddy Blockley reads September Harvest by J M Wardall
Paddy Blockley reads The Solitary Reaper by William Wordsworth