Two Big Egos in a Small Car

Episode 59: Why is No Time To Die so long?; Genesis and Scritti Politti in concert in Leeds; how to judge/not judge Battle of the Bands; Michael Moorcock's sci-fi Muzak.

October 07, 2021 Graham Chalmers and Charles Hutchinson Season 2 Episode 59
Two Big Egos in a Small Car
Episode 59: Why is No Time To Die so long?; Genesis and Scritti Politti in concert in Leeds; how to judge/not judge Battle of the Bands; Michael Moorcock's sci-fi Muzak.
Show Notes

With Graham dropping in from the Cairngorms, Charles and his podcast partner of choice reflect on the length of the new James Bond film, No Time to Die. Graham reports on the return of two stellar music acts, 70s legends Genesis with what threatens to be their final tour and 80s pop experimentalists, Scritti Politti, both of whom were back in Leeds. Graham also explains why he managed to change the course of musical history as a judge on numerous 'battle of the bands' events. Charles grills Graham on the relevance of science fiction writer, Michael Moorcock's 70s novel, Muzak.