Lauren Laverne

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A journey through the finest bits of Laurens weekday morning show from BBC 6 Music. A cast of colourful characters, epic tunes and genuinely great guests awaits.

Episodes

  • Renee Zellweger, Norman Jay MBE and Sophie Dahl

    Renee Zellweger, Norman Jay MBE and Sophie Dahl

    04/10/2019 Duration: 59min

    This week on the podcast, Renee Zellweger joins us to chat about playing Judy Garland in the new biopic, Judy which is out this week. Norman Jay MBE drops by to chat about his new memoir, Mister Good Times, and Sophie Dahl discusses new children’s books, Madame Badobedah In the Maths of Life, Dr Hannah fry covers subjects including the mind boggling exploration into infinity, and Rhianna Dhillon reviews the latest in TV, Film and streaming – from World War II drama, World on Fire and Netflix’s new High-school comedy The Politician. And finally there’s more House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • HAIM and Katy Brand

    HAIM and Katy Brand

    27/09/2019 Duration: 55min

    This week on the podcast, HAIM joins us to chat about their latest single Summer Girl and striking an unlikely friendship with filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson. Katy Brand also drops by to chat about new book: I Carried A Watermelon which is part-memoir and part-homage to the iconic movie, Dirty Dancing Plus Rhianna Dhillon will be giving us her picks for what to watch this week, Dr Hannah Fry brings you The Maths Of Life, and there’s more House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • Kid Creole

    Kid Creole

    20/09/2019 Duration: 44min

    On the podcast this week, Kid Creole chats about his musical influences growing up, being a firm fixture at Studio 54 and working with both of his sons on his brand new single, Checkin' My Colonies, Dr Hannah Fry brings you The Maths Of Life, and looks into confirmation bias and breaks down the term Déjà vu! Rhianna Dhillon gives us her TV and Film picks including BBC drama The State of the Union, Netflix’s gripping new show, Unbelievable and new film, Hustlers Finally there’s more House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • Mark Strong, Eno Williams of Ibibio Sound Machine and Oliver Jeffers

    Mark Strong, Eno Williams of Ibibio Sound Machine and Oliver Jeffers

    13/09/2019 Duration: 01h04min

    This week on the podcast, Mark Strong drops by to chat about new Sky One drama Temple Eno Williams of Ibibio Sound Machine joins me to talk about latest album Doko Mien and the band's forthcoming autumn tour Writer and illustrator Oliver Jeffers tells us all about his latest book The Fate of Fausto We also have Rhianna Dhillon’s TV and Film picks including horror sequel, It: Chapter Two, Sasha Baron Cohen's new Netflix drama, The Spy and BBC One's The Capture Dr Hannah Fry brings you The Maths of Life, and looks into why some people think the earth is flat, and asks, just how big is the earth? Finally there’s more House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • Iggy Pop, Little Simz and Ashley Walters

    Iggy Pop, Little Simz and Ashley Walters

    06/09/2019 Duration: 01h13min

    This week on the podcast, Iggy pop talks about his brand new album and why he chose to name it 'Free' Little Simz and Ashley Walters drop by to chat about the hotly anticipated return of Top Boy on Netflix, Richard Ayoade gets into the meaning behind his new book, Ayoade on Top, and Julian Fellowes, creator of Downton Abbey tells us all about the forthcoming adaptation of the hit show. Plus Rhianna Dhillon will be giving us her picks for what to watch this week, Dr Hannah Fry brings you The Maths Of Life, and there’s more House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • Anna Calvi, Sara Pascoe and Peter Webber

    Anna Calvi, Sara Pascoe and Peter Webber

    30/08/2019 Duration: 51min

    Mercury Prize-nominated Anna Calvi joins me to talk about scoring the latest series of Peaky Blinders. Director Peter Webber tells us about his latest film, the reggae documentary Inna De Yard, and comedian Sara Pascoe explores some of the fascinating facts about the human anatomy in her new book Sex Power Money. In The Maths of Life, Dr Hannah Fry gets into super-smellers, Einstein and Columbus, and we’ve got more of your House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • This Weeks Watchlist and The Maths of Life

    This Week's Watchlist and The Maths of Life

    23/08/2019 Duration: 17min

    Rhianna Dhillon reviews Kathy Burke’s new TV show ‘All Woman’, the Seth Rogen comedy ‘Good Boys’ and Netflix docudrama ‘The Family’. In the Maths of Life, Dr. Hannah Fry explains how you can make two ends of a tunnel meet in the middle, and exactly what would happen if you drilled through the centre of the earth.

  • This Week’s Watchlist and The Maths of Life

    This Week’s Watchlist and The Maths of Life

    16/08/2019 Duration: 28min

    On the podcast this week, Rhianna Dhillon reviews Channel 4 comedy This Way Up, new Tarantino film Once Upon a Time In Hollywood, and the new series of female wrestling drama, Glow on Netflix. In the Maths of Life, Professor Sophie Scott looks into why things make us laugh, and explains the reasons science simply doesn’t yet have an answer for why a dolphin would play with a jellyfish. We also have more of your House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • Soulwax

    Soulwax

    09/08/2019 Duration: 33min

    David and Stephen Dewaele of Soulwax, chat about their Despacio soundsystem at the Nile Rodgers curated Meltdown Festival. Rhianna Dhillon reviews new film Animals, which looks into the complexity of the female friendship, BBC series Fosse / Verdon and the latest Netflix thriller, The Red Sea Diving Resort. In the Maths of Life, Professor Sophie Scott goes deep into the science of dogs and language, and we have more of your House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • Chrissie Hynde

    Chrissie Hynde

    02/08/2019 Duration: 32min

    Chrissie Hynde chats to Mark Radcliffe about her new album ‘Valve Bone Woe’. Plus Rhianna Dhillon reviews channel 4’s Female Led Anthology series 'I Am… Nicola, Kirsty, Hannah', the new Horrible Histories movie and 'Typewriter' on Netflix. Finally, Dr Hannah Fry explains weather forecasting and the story of mathematician Ramanujan, who inspired 'Good Will Hunting'.

  • DJ Shadow and The Maths Of Life

    DJ Shadow and The Maths Of Life

    26/07/2019 Duration: 15min

    DJ Shadow chats to Nemone about his new collaboration with De La Soul and his new album. Plus Dr Hannah Fry explains the algorithms that decide what we like and why some singers are more successful than others.

  • John Malkovich

    John Malkovich

    19/07/2019 Duration: 38min

    On the podcast this week, Rhianna Dhillon reviews dark comedy A Simple Favour on Netflix, the fifth and final series of Poldark on BBC and documentary The Brink. There’s the Maths of Life with Dr Hannah Fry and actor John Malkovich joins us to talk about his new play, Bitter Wheat Finally, there’s more of your House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • Gruff Rhys and David Nicholls

    Gruff Rhys and David Nicholls

    12/07/2019 Duration: 44min

    Rhianna Dhillon reviews the psychological thriller Midsommar , new BBC wildlife show Serengeti and the return of Stranger Things on Netflix. Gruff Rhys joins us to talk about his brand new album Pang!, and David Nicholls drops by to talk about his new coming-of-age tale Sweet Sorrow Plus it’s the return of Dr Hannah Fry in The Maths of Life, who gets into the maths of tennis and sisters and there’s more of your House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • Live from Glastonbury special

    Live from Glastonbury special

    05/07/2019 Duration: 21min

    Last weekend we were live from Worthy Farm, and went on a big walk across the site, picking up some friends along the way. We were joined by Slowthai, Kate Tempest, Johnny Marr and Sharon Van Etten.

  • Brittany Howard and Fatboy Slim

    Brittany Howard and Fatboy Slim

    28/06/2019 Duration: 42min

    On the podcast, Brittany Howard chats about her new single, 'History Repeats' and forthcoming album, 'Jamie'. Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim drops by to talk about his new project, 'Ibiza: The Silent Movie'. Elsewhere, Professor Sophie Scott brings you The Maths of Life, Rhianna Dhillion has This Week's Watchlist and there’s more House Music – everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • Karen O and Michael Kiwanuka

    Karen O and Michael Kiwanuka

    21/06/2019 Duration: 52min

    On the podcast, Richard Curtis and Himesh Patel talk about their new film Yesterday, which is set in a world where the Beatles next existed. Karen O drops by to chat about her latest collaboration with Dangermouse, and Michael Kiwanuka chats about his new single, Money. Elsewhere, Professor Sophie Scott brings you The Maths of Life and there’s more House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • Matt Berry

    Matt Berry

    14/06/2019 Duration: 36min

    On the podcast this week, Matt Berry joins to talk about his new Victorian police comedy, Year of the Rabbit. In This Week’s Watchlist, Rhianna Dhillon chats about the hotly anticipated return of Killing Eve, plus the talk show comedy, Late Night at the cinema and the return of Black Mirror. In The Maths of Life, it’s an intuition special with Professor Sophie Scott delving deep into our gut instincts and body language. And we bring you more House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • The Maths of Life and This Week’s Watchlist

    The Maths of Life and This Week’s Watchlist

    07/06/2019 Duration: 22min

    Professor Sophie Scott looks into how we're affected by smell, and asks the profound question - how do we know where we are? In This Week’s Watchlist, Rhianna Dhillon reviews high school comedy, Booksmart, new apocalyptic series Good Omens and Professor Brian Cox’s new show The Planets. Plus we bring you more House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.

  • Live From Worthy Farm

    Live From Worthy Farm

    31/05/2019 Duration: 36min

    This week we were invited down by Michael and Emily Eavis to see how things are going ahead of this year’s Glastonbury, which is returning after a fallow year in 2018.

  • Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend

    Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend

    24/05/2019 Duration: 39min

    Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend joins for a chat to talk about latest album, Father of the Bride. Rhianna Dhillon reviews the nineties rave film Beats, dystopian drama Years & Years and Netflix's sci-fi film, See You Yesterday. In The Maths of Life, Professor Sophie Scott looks at how culture shapes our perception of the world, and how much of the world we really see. Finally, we have House Music – the every day objects playing the pop hits

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