Paul Hanley on All FM’s Charity Shop Classics show. Guests are invited to present a selection of records bought in charity shops. Paul presents his selection to host Gavin Hogg and includes a bit of Herman’s Hermits, Tommy Steele and perhaps the corniest Perry Como track you’ve ever heard, amongst others. There’s laughs aplenty between the records and talk of Leave The Capital.
A column Paul wrote for Big Issue In The North, published 12 February 2018.
Paul talks with Steve Titley on the Church of The Fall show on FAB Radio International, discussing Leave The Capital, Strawberry and Pluto studios and the music of the Hollies, 10cc, Herman’s Hermits, New Order, The Fall and Brix and The Extricated among others. With musical interludes.
Running time 1:02.17 . First broadcast Friday 15th December 2017
Paul Hanley talks Manchester music and his book Leave The Capital with David Eastaugh on Future Radio, highlighting the important role that sixties pioneers Herman’s Hermits and The Mindbenders had in shaping the future of music in Manchester by bequeathing to the next generation world class recording studios.
Running time 13:03. First broadcast on 3 December 2017.
Paul Hanley in conversation with Brendan O’Shea at a Library Lounge event at Manchester Central Library.
Library Lounge is an initiative by Manchester Central Library Lovers, a fundraising campaign to support library services. Click here for more information.
Steve and Paul Hanley were special guests of Classic Album Tuesdays and talked to guest host Gavin Hogg about The Fall album Perverted By Language. Here they talk about the album, their respective books (The Big Midweek and Leave The Capital), playing with Brix & The Extricated, and they take questions from the floor.
On the evening, Perverted By Language was played in full on vinyl. Here, just a single track is included for educational purposes.
Running time 47:35. Recorded at Edward’s, Sheffield on 28 November 2017. Both brothers are audibly suffering from a cold virus, which it appeared that 80% of the nation was carrying at that time.
Paul met up with Mickey Bradley of The Undertones at Louder Than Words Festival in Manchester. They exchanged signed books. (Paul once stood in on drums for The Undertones at a gig in the Shetland Islands which is a whole story in itself!) When Mickey got back home it was clear he was fired up by the book and dedicated half of his weekly record show on Radio Ulster to it. Even that wasn’t enough to satisfy his enthusiasm, he did the same the following week with the second part of the book. We’ve wired both together here seamlessley for your enjoyment. You may have heard books reviewed on the radio before, but we wager you might not have heard a book review quite like this. Click play above to listen.