At least look excited
We’ve used the rubbish months (January and February) to record a bunch of fresh episodes for our podcast series Midnight Chats.
‘Oh boy, how can I listen to it?’ we can’t really hear you say. Well, it all begins at midnight on Thursday 28 February. Our first guest on this series is Foals’ Yannis Philippakis.
There will be a new episode every week (always on a Thursday at midnight) for the next 10 weeks or so.
It’s the perfect time to subscribe if you don’t already. Just search ‘Midnight Chats’ on your preferred podcast app – that means every time we publish a new one you’ll get a convenient reminder to listen.
Just finally, series 6 (autumn 2018) featured the guests below, so feel free to dive into any you missed at the time. And if you listened to all of them, congratulations, you are a loyal fan. See you at midnight.
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