Rowland Rivron presents the first in a six-part series of a lighthearted celebration of music.
Including meetings with Squeeze guitarist Glenn Tilbrook, Vic Reeves and Katie Melua.
2/6. Rowland Rivron presents a lighthearted celebration of music, including meetings with Neil Sedaka, Jamie Cullum and Alvin Stardust.
Radio Rivron is a half hour light hearted music celebration show.
Rowland Rivron goes behind the scenes and takes a sideways glance at some of music's most familiar names.
A lighthearted celebration of music.
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Including Suggs of Madness and Dale Winton discussing his musical passion.
He meets Huey Lewis and Joan Rivers and tracks down '70s band Darts.
Including a chat with former Dr Hook vocalist Dennis Locorriere and Neil Morrissey.
Plus an interview with Herman's Hermits.
He travels to a Marble Hill in Twickenham to speak to boogie meister Jools Holland.
He travels to Notting Hill to meet a star of the West End, Jason Donovan.
Squeeze guitarist Glenn Tilbrook, Vic Reeves and Katie Melua.
Neil Sedaka, Jamie Cullum and Alvin Stardust
Featuring dance legend Lionel Blair backstage at the Regent Theatre in Stoke and children's TV presenter turned funny man Dara O'briain who shares his musical passion.
Doctor Dave Radio provides more answers to listeners' problems.
Jennifer Warnes talks about Where She Is, Right Now.
And when was it The Bangles Stopped Making Sense?
In the fourth programme of this six-part series, we meet a man who began his singing career dressed as a mime artist; it is of course Leo Sayer.
In the studio we chat to the nations favourite blonde, who was also married to the chip shop bloke in East Enders, Michelle Collins.
She reveals her musical passion.
Doctor Dave Radio is back by popular demand curing the musically ill.
We speak to a man with a surreal sense of humour and a winning underdog personality, John Otway and find out Where He Is, Right Now?
And finally we take a look at the lyrics penned by David Bowie to find out at what point did he Stop Making Sense?
Rowland travels to London's famous 100 Club to meet two cheeky cockneys - Chas n Dave.
And in the studio we're joined by former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman.
We travel to London's famous 100 Club to meet two cheeky cockneys, Chas n Dave.
In the studio we're joined by former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman who shares his musical passion with us.
As always Doctor Dave Radio is here to help with the nation's pop problems.
We knock on the door of the man that was the driving force behind Mungo Jerry, Ray Dorset, to find out Where They Are Right Now? And we'll find out at what point did They Might Be Giants, Stop Making Sense.
we visit the legendary one day rock festival Monsters of Rock and soak up some of the atmosphere.
In the studio we meet one third of The Ronettes, Ronnie Spector who shares her musical passion with us.
Doctor Dave Radio is back to help those in need of some good music.
We speak to Level 42's bassist Mark King and find out Where He Is, Right Now.
And we travel back to the 1960s to find out at what point did Traffic Stop Making Sense?
Featuring a trip to Edinburgh to meet the man dubbed the Scottish Bruce Springsteen, BA Robertson.
Jack Dee, who has made his fame and fortune through his dour persona, chats to Rowland about his career and shares his musical passion.
Doctor Dave Radio is back in the studio helping listeners with their musical quandaries.
Where is Chaz Jankel of The Blockheads right now? And when did the lyrics sung by Manfred Mann stop making sense?
He ventures into the heart of London to speak to Neil Innes, Vernon Dudley, Rodney Slater and Bohay Nowell from The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.
Actress Brenda Blethyn chats to Rowland about her career and her musical passion.
Doctor Dave Radio is back to solve more listeners' musical problems.
We speak to former lead singer of Spandau Ballet Tony Hadley to find out where he is right now? And finally a look at some some lyrics penned by Marillion to find out when they stopped making sense.
Rowland Rivron presents a lighthearted celebration of music.
Including a visit to the Royal Albert Hall, London, to watch The Secret Policeman's Ball organized by Amnesty International and then a trip backstage to mingle with the likes of Eddie Izzard, Richard E Grant, Al Murray, Omid Djalia, Ronni Ancona, Jon Culshaw and Chevy Chase.
In the studio, Rowland is joined by presenter of The Crystal Maze Richard O?Brien, who chats about his career to date and shares his musical passion.
Doctor Dave Radio once again lends a sympathetic ear to our listeners.
We phone Mica Paris to find out where she is right now and we travel back to the 1980s to find out at what point did T'Pau stop making sense.
Including a train trip to Leicester to meet two talented singer-songwriters, father and daughter Joe and Sam Brown.
In the studio, Bonnie Tyler chats about her career and musical passion.
Doctor Dave Radio is back to dispense his musical wisdom.
We phone singer-songwriter Kathryn Williams to find out Where She Is Right Now and look at lyrics by Duran Duran to find out when they Stopped Making Sense.
Including interviews with Toyah at the Daphne Du Maurier festival, and Richard Fairbrass from Right Said Fred.
Including a visit to what used to be known as London's Whitehall Theatre to meet actor Alan Cummings.
In the studio, Valerie Singleton has stories in abundance to share.
Doctor Dave Radio joins us for the very last time to boost our listeners' private lives.
We call up the Too Kool for Skool Huey Morgan of the Fun Lovin' Criminals to find out Where He Is Right Now.
And we look at lyrics by Kate Bush and find out when she Stopped Making Sense.