Next April 20th at 7:45pm Martin is doing a q&a after the screening of Ghost Stories at IFC Center.
You can buy tickets here.
Martin appears in issue #6 of “Q The Music” Magazine. In case you want to get one you can go to the magazine’s website to order it. This issue features “Manic Street Preachers” on the cover.
Martin makes a list of some important albums as well that according to him “changed his life”.
A new project starring Martin Freeman amongst others has been announced by BBC Press twitter account:
— BBC Press Office (@bbcpress) April 11, 2018
The proyect as it says is part of a series of programmes to mark the 70th anniversary of the NHS. In this case, it’s going to be a drama tv movie that will air sometime between 25th June to 8th July. During that period other shows and events will be held as well in relation to this anniversary.
This tv movie is most definitely one of the highlights of the season. As it says in the link provided: “The drama, written by poet Owen Sheers, will “chart the emotional and philosophical map of the NHS and the personal experiences that lie at the heart of the service”.”
We’ll update more information when it becomes available.
Martin and Eddie Piller interview with Jamie Cullum that was recorded some time ago, finally aired yesterday.
We got a nice photo for when the recording took place
There was also a “Jazz Playlist” that was advertised and it’s a selection from the Jazz on the Corner album and a couple of other ones. You can listen to this playlist on the bbc website here for 29 days. Or you can download it here.
The tracklist is as follows:
- Geoffrey Stoner – Bend Your Head Down Low
- Harold McNair – The Hipster
- Les McCann – Sad Little Girl
- Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – Kozo’s Waltz
- Blossom Dearie – Now At Last
- The Brand New Heavies – Sphynx
- Gene McDaniels – Cherrystones
- Marlena Shaw – Look At Me Look At You
- Eddie Harris – Listen Here
- Blacks & Blues – Chains
- Leon Thomas – Just In Time To See The Sun
A couple of websites published the full press conference that Martin gave at Romics which was not yet published.
They are similar although from a different angle.
- Game Legends:
2. Darkside Cinema:
But some other interviews appeared. You can watch them in the link provided but we’ve also uploaded them in case they get deleted as it sometimes happens.
ScreenWeek … or watch it here:
ComingSoon.it … or watch it here:
ivid.it … or watch it here: