If you like the idea of an online radio station playing mod sounds while you take a lunchtime break, look no further than the new Ham Yard Soul Stew radio station.
Mixed thoughts on this, but Terry Hall’s new radio show on BBC Radio 6 Music should still be worth checking out.
Not sure if you can pick up the station, but the power of BBC iPlayer should sort you out to catch The Action’s Roger Powell on BBC Radio Ulster.
If you haven’t got round to buying the book (or haven’t had time to read it), you can get an insight into the life of legendary mod DJ Roger Eagle on the radio soon, courtesy of Roger, The Eagle Has Landed.
If you don’t have Spotify and couldn’t listen to our Ska Night playlist, you can always check out the free to access Radio Trojan Records.
Thanks to Jason Lee once again for flagging this up, specifically that Paul Weller's Vinyl Classics is now online for your listening delight.
Thanks to Robert Hill for flagging up something I missed (and you might have missed) on BBC Radio 4 from the last week – Tales From The Casino. It is what you expect, a series of specially-commissioned tales about the Wigan Casino – three different people and their stories about […]
You might have seen the film (we reviewed it right here) or you might have the original book by Geoffrey Fletcher from the 1960s. If you're a fan of either, you might want to catch The London Nobody Knows on BBC radio 4. Historian and presenter, Dan Cruickshank, has a […]