Jools’ Annual Hootenanny
With performances by John Cooper Clarke and Hugh Cornwell, Chaka Khan, Christine and the Queens, Roy Wood, Rag’n’Bone Man, Gregory Porter, Martin Fry’s ABC, UB40 featuring Ali Campbell, Astro and Mickey Virtue, Seasick Steve, Caravan Palace, Imelda May, and Ruby Turner, plus appearances by a host of celebrities.
‘Jools’ Annual Hootenanny’ TV show, Maidstone
Hugh Cornwell and John Cooper Clarke discuss the album that they’ve recorded together.
CD: Dr John Cooper Clarke and Hugh Cornwell - This Time It's Personal
"A big hand for Hugh Cornwell and Dr John Cooper Clarke as they trip down memory lane, with Clarke singing and Cornwell handling all the guitars – deftly, with plenty of reverb, and leaving plenty of space around him."
Punk Poet Laureate Dr John Cooper Clarke joins Jools for an evening of wit and repartee, including a live performance with Hugh Cornwall, Jools and the band and a selection of top tunes from the good Doctor’s portmanteau.
Mark Radcliffe presents the show solo, and is joined by acclaimed poet Dr John Cooper Clarke and esteemed singer / songwriter (and founding member of The Stranglers) Hugh Cornwell, who are here to play a live set in the Salford studio.
Billy Sloan speaks with John Cooper Clark & Hugh Cornwell about their latest collaboration
“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.”
Hugh Cornwell and Dr John Cooper Clarke talk to Danny Baker about their new album “This Time It’s Personal”.