Talking about Lady Gaga


New podcast with an eclectic and topical playlist of French gypsy musician Titi Robin, rock diva Lady Gaga, the monks of a Benedictine monastery, Xavier de Fourvière and contemporary composer Jonathan Harvey now available. That's our daughter Kara with me in the Future Radio studio explaining the appeal of Lady Gaga. As Libby Purves wrote "To run radio you must be like an old-fashioned publisher, a 1930s Gollancz or Faber and Faber, working on faith and idealism and wanting to share what you yourself love."

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