20 December 2007
Little Atoms with John O'Farrell
This weeks show features an interview recorded by Neil Denny with the author and journalist John O'Farrell.
John O'Farrell has published three novels, "The Best A Man Can Get", "This is Your Life" and "May Contain Nuts", a memoir of his support for the Labour Party in the wilderness years "Things Can Only Get Better", and three collections of his Guardian column, "Global Village Idiot", "I Blame the Scapegoats" and "I Have A Bream". A former comedy scriptwriter for Spitting Image and Smith and Jones, he is the founder of the satirical website NewsBiscuit, and can often be seen on such TV programmes as Grumpy Old Men, Newsnight Review and Have I Got News For You. John's latest book is An Utterly Impartial History of Britain (or 2000 Years of Upper Class Idiots in Charge).
At the Usual time, at 19.00 on Friday 21st December on Resonance 104.4FM in London or Resonance FM's website worldwide.
13 December 2007
Little Atoms with Howard Jacobson
On this weeks show, Neil Denny and Padraig Reidy are joined by writer Howard Jacobson. Howard Jacobson is a writer of both non-fiction and novels, and a journalist, with a regular column in The Independent. he has described himself as "a Jewish Jane Austen," and is often described as "A British Phillip Roth" by others. Howard's novels include "Coming From Behind", "No More Mister Nice Guy" and "The Mighty Walzer". His most recent novel is Kalooki Nights, which he described as "the most Jewish novel that has ever been written by anybody, anywhere." Two of Howard's non-fiction books, "Roots Schmoots" and "Seriously Funny", have been made into television series.
At the Usual time, at 19.00 on Friday 14th December on Resonance 104.4FM in London or Resonance FM's website worldwide.
06 December 2007
Little Atoms with Simon Ardizzone
On this weeks show, Neil Denny and Padraig Reidy talk to filmmaker Simon Ardizzone.
Simon Ardizzone is a freelance editor and filmmaker living and
working in the UK. Since graduating from the National Film and
Television School in 1995, Simon has worked on over 50 films for
English and American broadcasters. Hacking Democracy, his first
documentary, co-produced and directed with Russell Michaels, was
nominated for Outstanding Investigative Journalism at this year's Emmy
Awards. Hacking Democracy which proved that vote-counting computers
could reverse the results of an American election, was shown last year
by HBO to widespread critical acclaim and has become a tool for
election reform activists across the states.