Shaun Keaveny [6 Music]

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Electro Pop pioneer Gary Numan joins Shaun on Friday to chat about his current tour and upcoming DVD and album.

His new DVD 'Machine Music: The Best Of Gary Numan' thi month and brings together promos and some TV appearances from right across his career, including the pioneering videos made for tracks such as 'We Are Glass' and 'I Die: You Die', right up to more recent promos 'The Fall' (from the 2011 Dead Son Rising album) and the Battles collaboration 'My Machines.'

Gary rounds off his current UK tour in London tonight before calling at Cardiff and Brighton.

All this plus our standard Friday features - Middle Age Shout Outs, a poem form Murray Lachlan Young and a kicking weekend welcoming playlist as per usual!

Shaun does wonders for your ears from his impeccable taste in music, to A-list guests. Shaun is joined live in studio by Matt Everitt for an irreverent take on the day's music news. And as for the soundtrack? We're talking...The Smiths, The Beatles, Friendly Fires, Bon Iver, Emmy The Great, A Tribe Called Quest, Bowie, Prince, MGMT... need we go on?

Shaun Keaveny: never knowingly over-played.

Shaun Keaveny takes a rib-tickling satirical romp through the day's news and events, to the perfect morning soundtrack for any music-lover; from northern soul to new folk; rock 'n' roll to indie disco. New tracks from the likes of Wild Beasts and Florence and The Machine delightfully massage your semi-conscious ears, along with the best of the greatest back-catalogues on the planet; be they The Smiths, The Stones, The Clash or The Fall. Slip in an A-list guest, and you're laughing.

Shaun Keaveny takes a rib-tickling satirical romp through the day's news and events, with the perfect morning soundtrack for any music-lover; from northern soul to new folk; rock 'n' roll to indie disco. New tracks from the likes of Wild Beasts and Florence and The Machine delightfully wrap around your semi-conscious ears, along with the best of the greatest back catalogues on the planet; be they The Smiths, The Stones, The Clash or The Jam.

All this plus food critic Jay Rayner joins Shaun to cast his critical eye over some of our selections.