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BBC Radio London shows
BBC Radio London (1st March, 2013)
March 04, 2013 07:44 AM PST
Me and Tim Arnold talking about Soho with the lovely Joanne Good (with beautiful Soho songs from Tim's new album).BBC Radio London The Late Show With Joanne Good (April 5th, 2010)
April 06, 2010 05:49 AM PDTRobert Elms Show
November 18, 2008 09:23 AM PST
Me on the Robert Elms Show trying to plug the book as much as I can in 7 minutes. No mean feat.
Clay xGays the Word
November 18, 2008 08:37 AM PST
This was the book reading at Gays the Word bookshop on 17th November.
It's me babbling away for 20 minutes and then David Benson joins me for a few readings. A fun time was had by one and all
Clay xBBC Radio London: The Late Show (Feb 9th)
February 09, 2008 03:08 PM PST
Oh dear. Last month we were taken off the air for saying 'cock and bumhole.' This time it happened again! Different word this time.
Honestly, you'd think it was still the 1950's!
I think we're now officially banned from the BBC...It was a lovely relationship while it lasted. Clay xBBC Radio London: The Late Show (Jan 12th)
January 13, 2008 05:58 AM PST
BBC Radio London: The Late Show (Jan 12th)
January 12, 2008 04:13 AM PST
January 12, 2008 03:34 AM PST
BBC Radio London: The Late Show (Dec 15th)
December 15, 2007 12:54 PM PST
In this episode, presented by the ever gorgeous Tessa Dunlop, the BBC had also booked my friend David Benson. He read out the dialogue to my Soho stories beautifully and we will now appear on the show every month. The start of a beautiful radio double act I hear you cry.
P.S The next show is at midnight on Jan 11th, 2008. You can listen live by reaching feverishly toward your transistor radio and tuning to BBC London 94.9FM (or visit the website at www.bbc.co.uk/london).BBC Radio London: The Late Show (Nov 10th)
December 15, 2007 12:32 PM PST
BBC Radio London interviews/reading my Soho stories.
Dirty White Boy and Goodbye to Soho “Touching, funny and poignant.” - Sir Elton John “Funny, perceptive, sexy, exquisitely observed.” - Stephen Fry “A 21st Century Samuel Pepys of the Soho subculture.” - Holly Johnson Goodbye to Soho and will be published in April 2012 (DWB Press). Clay x
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