22 Sep 2016 Interview: Hugh Cornwell, BBC Radio 2

“The Arts Show this week celebrates ten years of Wicked the Musical with both witches flying by the studio. Dr John Cooper Clarke and Hugh Cornwell will be bringing Buried Treasures. The Times called him the next Pavarotti, one of the world’s greatest tenors, Joseph Calleja, who is starring in the Royal Opera House’s new production of Bellini’s Norma, stops by to say hello. Plus comedian and voice of Ned Flanders and him of Spinal Tap, Harry Shearer joins Jonathan on this week’s Arts Show.”

10 Sep 2016 Hugh Cornwell and Dr John Cooper Clarke, Radio 5 Live

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Hugh Cornwell and Dr John Cooper Clarke talk to Danny Baker about their new album “This Time It’s Personal”.


30 Mar 2016 Interview: JJ Burnel, Blank Gold Coast

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"I suspect it’s a combination of the last three albums having been very well received, a general re-assessment of the band, a reaction to X Factor, Pop idol etc from the more savvy teenagers and the fact that all the high jinx we were involved in back in the day, which detracted from our music, is possibly now seen as a badge of honour in these more sterile times."