4. The Last Set: DJ Spoony31:17Join DJ Ace as he talks with your favourite music selectors about the music they love and would play at their final gigs. Hypothetically, of course. The guest for this episode is the world-famous DJ Spoony - a radio and television presenter, UK Garage pioneer and music lover. Spoony is a legend in the world of music and has soundtracked popular culture from behind the turntables for over 25 years both as a solo act and as part of the Dreem Team. He takes us on an exciting journey through time using music with various moods and vibes. Spoony says, "there's only two genres of music, good and bad, and I play a lot of good music".You can listen to DJ Spoony's last set in this specially curated playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1CkhBsHW7q6YueJsdwrmlX?si=a53975dd34f54d02Executive Producer: Bernard P AchampongProducer: Christopher MitchellOpening and closing music produced by Tony Onuchukwu (www.tonyonuchukwu.com)For more information, contact Glenn Miller, CAA (www.caa.com)
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3. Best Summer Ever?13:00Three friends bare all about their summer holiday together. The good, the bad, and the awkward Sometimes our hopes of sun, sea, and sensational parties end up being a nightmare you can't wait to escape from. Now you might finally get closure.In this pilot episode, Emily, Tom, and Natalie relive their high jinks from the Reading Music Festival using clips from their social media posts.Producer & Sound Design Rhys GunterExecutive Producer Bernard P AchampongFor more information, contact Glenn Miller, CAA
2. Sneakerists: Darren Bent25:22Joelah Noble (BBC) and Ade Oladipe (DAZN) host a new show about sneakers, trainers, kicks, pumps, or whatever you call them. Guests from music, sport and entertainment share their prized pairs in their collections and their fascination with the shoes. If you're not a sneakerhead, listen to something else (like Sam Smith or Britney Spears). This is for those who know their Huaraches from their Air Max TNs.Darren Bent, the former England football player, is this episode's Sneakerist.Producer Andrew SpenceAdditional Editing Bernard P AchampongFor more information, contact Glenn Miller, CAA.
1. Gary Younge's Facts That Matter26:54Gary Younge's lyrical writing tackles issues such as urban housing inequality, food delivery "black sites," and a new wave of labour unions among sex workers on both sides of the Atlantic. Each episode is built on hard facts, likeable characters, and empathetic on-the-ground reporting.In the 'Facts' pilot, he explains why there are more jobs in Indian restaurants in the UK than in shipbuilding, steel, and coal combined. How did we get here? He hears from the people at the heart of both sectors. Ellie Mae O'Hagan, who oversees the Center for Labour and Social Studies, joins him. Gary also gets a new point of view on how well strikes and other labour actions in the UK work.Gary Younge hosts and writes this limited series of eight episodes per season.Producer Josh Gabert-DoyonSound Design Breen TurnerExecutive Producer Bernard P AchampongFor more information, contact Glenn Miller, CAA