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PMB234: And So To Sleep (Jeff Bridges, Pye Corner Audio, David McCallum, Raymond Scott, Matt Berry, Peter Herbolzheimer, Lullatone, Henry Mancini)

It’s time to pop the jim jams on, dear listener, for a thoroughly deserved lie-down after last week’s frenetic show. Yes, it’s all about snoozing this week – but please do try to stay awake until the end of the … Continue reading

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PMB215: It’s About Time (Mickey Katz, Hot Butter, David McCallum, The Twelve Hour Foundation, Raymond Scott And Go Home Productions, Dick Hyman, Dondero High School, Geoff Love, Art Van Damme, The Moog Cookbook, Ruth White)

We thought it was about time we took a good long look at, well, time, here at the Moonbase. We were prompted to do so by the work of film-making duo Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared who produce short films … Continue reading

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PMB187: Man Alive! Tony Hatch At 75 (Tony Hatch, Ninette, Mrs. Miller, David McCallum, Cybercom Project)

This week on the show we wish a very happy 75th birthday to pop and theme tune composer extraordinaire Tony Hatch. Of course, this does mean that Tony isn’t quite eligible for entry into the Moonbase Hall of Fame (which … Continue reading

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