Charles and Graham ponder if the Oscars have lost the plot and look forward to Live at Leeds embracing the open air. Graham can't let go of Ed Sheeran and the concept of pop plagiarism, which sends him back to a certain Moody Blues song. The duo reflect on the untimely demise of Foo Fighters' drummer, Taylor Hawkins. Charles wonders if Paul McCartney is now loved as the key Beatle as his eightieth birthday approaches. Following on from last week's discussion about where Bono is, well he's busy being a poet, it seems. Graham and Charles end with news about the future direction of the Edinburgh Film Festival..