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102 minutes | Jul 22, 2020
Episode 14 - with special guest Jamie Lapsley!
Our longest episode yet, and our final one for now, featuring our interview with Jamie Lapsley, production designer on film and TV projects including Bodyguard, We Hunt Together and the Outpost movies. Our chat with Jamie features musings on her extensive career, a pretty comprehensive discussion of the history of vehicle design in the Star Wars movies, her dream of designing a new Flash Gordon movie, as well as tips on how to prevent on-set catastrophe, MacGyver-style, with nothing but chewing gum. Elsewhere, your hosts discuss Frank Sinatra's ghost, character ages in movies and we reveal the unsettling results of the life-drawing exercise set by Belle and Sebastian's Chris Geddes.Episode recorded: June 28th, 2020.Links: - The amazing Sony Bravia ad Jamie worked on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IqGlnrbc3Q- Her episode of the Persistent And Nasty pod: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6Xk9wnZZIrjH5AW8lZGoFu?si=M01HYwipSxGdOo816rw4eQ- Find out more about Jamie's work at lapsleydesign.com
87 minutes | Jul 5, 2020
Episode 13 - with special guest Sam Pay!
It's episode 13! And we're joined by actor, musician and podcaster Sam Pay - one of the hosts of Stripped Media's Song By Song podcast (a show that takes an in-depth look at the work of the legendary Tom Waits), one of Gregor's personal favourites. In our longest episode to date, Sam joins us to talk about the venerable Mr Waits - of course! - as well as his love of comic books and the struggle to stay creative whilst juggling childcare during lockdown. Before the interview, a prolonged UFO digression, subterranean tunnelling with pre-teens, and a dismal MDMA story! Also, the results of Paul Vickers' "install a story into some food" challenge from two weeks ago. Plus, we reveal one of our hosts has a benign tumour in their brain! But whom?! Listen on to find out!Find out more about Song By Song here: http://www.songbysongpodcast.com/Interview starts at 21:15.
70 minutes | Jun 17, 2020
Episode 12 - with special guest Chris Geddes!
Belle and Sebastian keyboardist and 2020's peskiest sexatarian, Chris Geddes, joins us from his Glasgow home to talk about his experience of our seemingly interminable lockdown. Along the way, we talk with Chris about B&S's most recent release - the soundtrack to Simon Bird's Days of the Bagnold Summer - as well as the origins of 2019's Boaty Weekender and their recent collaborative 'Protect The Hive' project.Pre-interview, some adult content swings into view during post-production on Mark’s lockdown short film, Gregor makes a jigsaw of a jigsaw, and in a flashback to their previous podcast project, our hosts discuss the trailer for the forthcoming Bill and Ted threequel...Listen to Days of the Bagnold Summer's very lovely soundtrack here:https://open.spotify.com/album/2Yc3M1hnPbJDGBmbcchI09?si=3CdT-zLnThCbRJhq_E4AiQAnd the rest of their phenomenal catalogue:https://open.spotify.com/artist/4I2BJf80C0skQpp1sQmA0h?si=EIuWnrr3QISV8ho1sa5iLg Recorded 9-6-20(interview starts @ 24:30)
80 minutes | Jun 13, 2020
Episode 11 - with special guest Paul Vickers!
Former Dawn of the Replicants frontman and current creative polymath Paul Vickers (@twonkeys) joins us to discuss all things Covid, with the usual digressions now familiar to regular listeners. We chat about Paul's live theatrical work as Mr Twonkey, his creative process, forthcoming work (including a very intriguing play about David Lynch), memories of the now-legendary DoTR, and his more recent work with the excellent Paul Vickers and The Leg. Beforehand, our hosts discuss the JFK assassination for longer than Gregor would have liked, and we get a further instalment in the continuing saga of Mark's London celebrity sightings. This week, Timothy Spall is carrying bread in a poly bag FOR A SECOND TIME.Episode recorded 31-5-20.More from Paul Vickers:Newly-released Itchy Grumble audiobook: https://paulvickersandtheleg.bandcamp.com/album/itchy-grumble-audiobook?fbclid=IwAR3JMr2QAtBjATAG8QBfZMTHOCAIYva0WkcXMJx009laah_WR63RvjTzdTQThe Leg's back catalogue here:https://paulvickersandtheleg.bandcamp.comPaul Vickers and The Leg - "Chieftain of Paradise":https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=urdWRDJnOZc'Pubs' (from Twonkey’s Night Train to Liechtenstein):https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QaP14DgNc-wJennifer's Robot Arm (2016):https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dWbxM0D6brkIf you wanna do the Marc Maron thing of jumping straight to the interview, it starts at 28:00.
84 minutes | Jun 5, 2020
Episode 10 - with special guest Martin Bearne!
Our double figures debut drops - after an unexpected wee hiatus - with special guest, comedian and actor Martin Bearne! In this bumper episode, Martin drops by to chat on a whole range of issues, including the cancelled Edinburgh Fringe, SNL, jaffa cake javelins, therapy, heckler-handling techniques and a seemingly conclusive list of every contemporary celebrity sex offender.Also featured, the often unsettling results of Stuart Braithwaite's dream diary challenge, as we delve deep into our hosts' unconscious minds!Episode recorded on 14/5/20.To stay up-to-date with Martin's work, follow him on twitter - @BearneMartin.Also, check out '425 Calories', the film Gregor made with Martin, here: https://vimeo.com/202490910
63 minutes | May 17, 2020
Episode 9 - with special guest Stuart Braithwaite!
Episode 9! We're joined by Stuart Braithwaite from post-rock legends Mogwai to talk about the group's most recent release, the score for Italian crime drama Zero Zero Zero, as well as their work on Mark Cousins' Atomic, Darren Aronofsky's The Fountain and Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait (Douglas Gordon, Phillipe Parreno). Also revealed, where not to poop in Barry Burns' badass Berlin bar, Das Gift (@DasGiftBerlin). Later, while Colin presents his results of Jamie Stone’s foraging quest in the form of a short video featuring his son, Gregor makes an overdue discovery about dandelions, and Mark attempts to stretch the meaning of the word ‘foraging’ to include visits to the fishmonger’s. And we pose the soon-to-be immortal half-question: how DID Steven Seagal?Pick up a copy of Mogwai's Zero Zero Zero here: https://mogwai.bandcamp.com/album/zerozerozeroAnd check out the rest of their legitimately stellar back catalogue here: https://open.spotify.com/artist/34UhPkLbtFKRq3nmfFgejG?si=4ryuaLGwRkW3SFg_3xZUXg
74 minutes | May 5, 2020
Episode 8 - with special guest Sean Biggerstaff!
Actor Sean Biggerstaff (Harry Potter, Whisky Galore, Super November) joins us to talk about his life on stage and screen, his experiences on the Potter convention circuit and his esoterically-named yet short-lived blues band.Also, Mark and Gregor reveal their entries for the rap challenge set by Manda Rin in episode 6, and our hosts discuss the fate of cinema chains.Reach Out, Disconnect by Wrongnote is available from the group's bandcamp page here: https://shop.wrongnote.co.uk/album/reach-out-disconnect Check out 'Boldly Gone', a short film starring Sean, written and directed by Mark, and with music by Gregor and Gav Thomson, here: https://vimeo.com/118819017
68 minutes | Apr 28, 2020
Episode 7 - with special guest Jamie Magnus Stone!
Doctor Who director Jamie Magnus Stone joins us to talk about his recent TV and videogame directing work and his newfound fondness for foraging for foodstuffs. Check out Jamie's amazing sci-fi short work here:- Orbit Ever After: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpFXMIxlgPo- Skyborn: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLDa7AI_Mp0Erica, 'FMV' PS4 game, directed by Jamie: - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28iBP_kkpdI
75 minutes | Apr 21, 2020
Episode 6 - with special guest Manda Rin!
Episode 6, recorded 13/4/20, featuring special guest Manda Rin from the phenomenal Bis. Also featured, a somewhat unfocussed discussion of the Alien franchise, the results of the coronavirus menu challenge set by Sam Smith in episode 4, and a whole bunch of background noise courtesy of Colin's rabbit hutch being positioned far too near to a live microphone.You can pick up Bis's most recent album, Slight Disconnects, on the Last Night From Glasgow website, here: https://shop.lastnightfromglasgow.com/products/bis-slight-disconnects-lp-cdSome other LNFG artists well worth checking out: Cloth - https://www.lastnightfromglasgow.com/artists/cloth/Lemon Drink - https://shop.lastnightfromglasgow.com/products/lemon-drink-better-run-cdThe Martial Arts - https://themartialarts.bandcamp.com/Carla J Easton - https://open.spotify.com/artist/6h2NCcvw17i625O1NIcYxX
77 minutes | Apr 21, 2020
Episode 5 - with special guest Graeme Ronald!
This week, musician, composer and St Louis resident Graeme Ronald (Remember Remember, The Royal We, Multiplies) drops round to discuss his work, and juggling childcare and the day job in the time of corona. Plus, the inaugural edition of Mark's seven-day quarantime film picks, and the results of the coronavirus theme tune contest set by Kenni Campbell. Recorded 4/4/20.'Live' music as always from The Late Night Latency PlayersGraeme's work:The score for Danielle (as Graeme JD Ronald): https://open.spotify.com/album/42fnHJcuyjf954VwJvAK9qRemember Remember: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6CQKLwsrGJqn7HiSWjddcnThe Royal We: https://open.spotify.com/album/38ar4R8kllXwtAWLkMoYXmThe Remember Remember NPR session: https://youtu.be/Mg8qUGJreHoAnd the compilation with Graeme's dog: https://youtu.be/3cyOCFBVWpA
47 minutes | Apr 14, 2020
Episode 4 - with special guest Sam Smith!
Sam Smith from Green Door Studios (https://www.greendoorstudio.org.uk) joins us to give us his unique perspective on everyone's favourite pandemic - brief detours past When The Wind Blows, hauntology and much more...Recorded 29/3/20.Sam's musical work: - Casual Sex: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6JdOPPVSmPOovGiSYv2WVS- Mother and the Addicts: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7qC7KkQvU0XAQQ1mL81kA5Behind the desk: - Ali Roberts: https://open.spotify.com/album/5DlvvTbXFXogR2s3GZh73v- Sons & Daughters: https://open.spotify.com/album/1p8cC6iNkqGhGUkACawiIJ- Green Door All Stars: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7lIz3jx8zs0Yz8vygR2eza
55 minutes | Apr 5, 2020
Episode 3 - with special guest Kenni Campbell!
Glasgow film 'fixer' and man-of-many-talents Kenni Campbell joins Mark, Colin and Gregor to discuss how he's dealing with the corona crisis. Plus, the reveal of the hosts' beat poems from episode 2.Music, as ever, from the Late Night Latency Players
58 minutes | Mar 29, 2020
Episode 2 - with special guest Kev Murray!
Composer and director Kev Murray joins us to discuss how he's been dealing with all things corona. Plus, Colin and Mark deliver their four-to-the-floor EDM creations...Recorded 25-3-20
41 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
Episode 1 - with special guests Us!
Our pilot episode! No guests for this one, just checking the system works...
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