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Geoff Lakeman - Steve in Conversation with Geoff Lakeman

Steve In Conversation

Father of the Lakeman dynasty Geoff Lakeman is an iconic figure on the West Country folk scene. Now a full-time musician in his own write Geoff spent much of his adult life as one of the region's leading journalists covering stories as diverse as the Jeremy Thorpe scandal and the Penlee lifeboat tragedy.

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Steve Knightley Mark Radcliffe - My Musical Journey. Steve speaks to Mark Radcliffe.

At the recent Costa festival in Ibiza Steve spoke to renowned Broadcaster, Presenter, Author and Musician Mark Radcliffe.

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'My Musical Journey' Steve talks to Tony Hall

Tony Hall

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Steve Knightley Ernie Broadhurst - Steve in conversation with Ernie Broadhurst.

‘My Musical Journey’ Steve talks to former industrial engineer and founder of the Elm Farm venue in Leicestershire, Ernie Broadhurst.

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Steve Knightley Matthew Bannister - Steve Knightley in conversation with Matthew Bannister

'My Musical Journey' Steve talks to presenter, folk fiddler, former Radio One controller and Podcast host Matthew Bannister

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Steve Knightley - Johnny Kalsi - Steve talks to Johnny Kalsi

'My musical journey' Steve Knightley in conversation with Johnny Kalsi

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Steve Knightley Tim Walker - Steve Knightley In conversation with Tim Walker

Steve ‘Musical Journeys’ conversation this week is with multi-instrumentalist, radio presenter and Moriss dancer Tim Walker.

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Steve Knightley Peter Chegwyn - Steve in conversation with Peter Chegwyn.

'Musical Journeys' Wickham Festival founder, Peter Chegwyn.

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Geoff Lakeman - Steve in Conversation with Geoff Lakeman

Geoff talks about his earliest musical influences and life as a journalist.

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My Musical Journey. Steve speaks to Mark Radcliffe.

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Recorded live in front of an enthusiastic audience in Ibiza Steve interviews Mark Radclife about the key musical stepping stones in his long distinguished career.

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'My Musical Journey' Steve talks to Tony Hall

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Tony Hall is a British television executive who began his career at the BBC in 1973 as a trainee. He rose through the ranks, becoming head of BBC News in 1996 and then director of BBC News and Current Affairs in 2001. He left the BBC in 2013 to become chief executive of the Royal Opera House, before returning to the BBC in 2013 as director general.

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Steve in conversation with Ernie Broadhurst.

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

Ernie Broadhurst is a successful former Industrial engineer and inventor. During the Covid epidemic with his partner Mary, Ernie created a thriving venue in a former barn at his home in Swannington near Leicester.

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Steve Knightley in conversation with Matthew Bannister

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

Creator of the award winning 'Folk on Foot' podcasts, Matthew Bannister and his team raised over £300,000 for musiciands during the Covid epidemic. Originally from Sheffield Matthew Bannister had a stellar carreer in British broadcasting before lauching FoF in 2018.

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Steve talks to Johnny Kalsi

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

Johnny Kalsi is one of the most charismatic and distinctive figures on the Folk/Roots and World music scene. Either with his band The Dhol Foundation or with the renowned AfroCelt Sound System he has delighted audiences from Glastonbury to Australia with his spellbinding fusion of India, African and Celtic rhythms and virtuoso instrumentation.

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Steve Knightley In conversation with Tim Walker

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

Lincolnshire based Tim Walker presents one of BBC local radio’s best known folk programmes. He is also founder member of Folk Festival Stalwarts ‘Banter’. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p09czfyb

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Steve in conversation with Peter Chegwyn.

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

Local politician and festival director Peter Chegwyn talks about his early friendship with Billy Idol, first attempts at running major events, meeting Van Morrison and the biblical storms that threatened the future of Wickham Festival.

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Steve in Conversation with Geoff Lakeman

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

Father of the Lakeman dynasty Geoff Lakeman is an iconic figure on the West Country folk scene. Now a full-time musician in his own write Geoff spent much of his adult life as one of the region's leading journalists covering stories as diverse as the Jeremy Thorpe scandal and the Penlee lifeboat tragedy.