Uncommon People by David Hepworth (review)

I have David Hepworth to thank for my podcast habit. It was the flash of insight that went along with listening to an episode of The Word podcast several years ago: I realised that I could listen to people talking about The Beatles forever, and took a mere two-hour discussion in my stride. Whereas, I thought, mainstream radio … Continue reading Uncommon People by David Hepworth (review)

1971: Never a Dull Moment, by David Hepworth

This book, says its author David Hepworth, started as a column in the late lamented Word magazine, but I don't remember reading that. I do, however, remember a series of tweets and a Spotify playlist around September 2012 (and a blog entry – remember blogs?). The central idea is intriguing: that 1971 was the greatest year for the rock … Continue reading 1971: Never a Dull Moment, by David Hepworth