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16 July 2015

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Everything Everything’s “hit making” shed


Speaking exclusively to FUBAR Radio’s Joey Page show, lead singer of Everything Everything, Jonathan Higgs revealed one of the secrets to the band’s success is actually just at the end of most people’s garden. “I wrote Kemosabe in my parents shed. That was the first thing we did for the record to get the ball rolling, this time I wrote Distant Past in the same circumstances, in the same shed. It does seem to have some sort of hit making qualities. But as for doing a whole record in there, I’m not sure we’d survive, it’s pretty cold and damp and full of spiders.”

15 July 2015

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Doc Brown – “Blood on their hands” over Winehouse death


Speaking exclusively on FUBAR Radio’s ‘Sarah, Huw and Doc Too’ show, Doc Brown alleges more should have been done to help Amy Winehouse, during the latter stages of her life. “There’s a lot of individuals who, I’ll go as far as saying, they’ve got blood on their hands. A lot of things were her own doing, but there was a point when she was genuinely a very ill person and at that point any normal employer, or anybody around a professional person, who was that ill, would say you know what let’s do nothing for a bit and work it out later and that didn’t happen.”

15 July 2015

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Tamer Hassan – ‘Back to Business’


Coming up on FUBAR Radio’s Hot Gossip, with Mark Dolan and Lizzie Cundy, this Thursday is an exclusive interview with British actor Tamer Hassan, who confirmed filming would begin in September for ‘Back to Business’. The new movie is set a year after the 2005 film, ‘The Business’ starring Danny Dyer, but instead of Marbella, the backdrop will be Ibiza during the early 90’s. However the tough man insists he is not just carrying on from where the last film ended. “It’s not a number two, it’s not a sequel. We’re keeping that formula, I don’t believe it’s right for us to say it’s a sequel or a number two, because that was Nick Love’s baby (the previous Director of the original movie). I’ve wrote this one, it’s my baby.”

15 July 2015

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Rick Edwards recalls frosty interview with Jake Gyllenhaal


Speaking exclusively on FUBAR Radio’s James Acaster show, Rick Edwards recalled an awkward interview he conducted with Hollywood A-lister Jake Gyllenhaal. After arriving a little hungover to question the actor for his latest movie at the time, the former T4 presenter, was handed a question by his producer, which he found rather funny. However it was not as well received by the ‘Brokeback Mountain’ star but surely the question could not be that bad? Well maybe Rick was suffering the effects of one to many shots from the night before and unveiled an extravagant set of circumstances to Gyllenhaal.

14 July 2015

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‘Lamb of God’ singer reveals spending time in prison


Speaking exclusively on FUBAR Radio’s ‘The Friday Social’ with Huw Joseph and Mikill Pane, Lamb of God lead singer, Randy Blythe told the show of the hell he had been through after facing manslaughter charges in the Czech Republic. The front man was eventually acquitted following a five day trial, but the events obviously left a lasting impression on Randy, who explained how he had faced incarceration in a 123 year old Czech prison, had to pay bail twice and was facing a sentence ranging from five to ten years.

10 July 2015

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Mikill Pane sorry for punching Blair


Speaking exclusively on FUBAR Radio’s “The Friday Social” with Huw Joseph, Mikill Pane recalled the days as a kid he used to hang around with former Prime Minister, Tony Blair’s son. After forming a good friendship with Euan Blair, walking home together, doing their homework and playing freely down the park, Mikill revealed how, as soon as his Dad got the top job in British politics, he thought Euan turned into “a bit of a wanker”. The breakdown in their relationship allegedly resulted in a punch up, which was an even contest according to Pane.

10 July 2015

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FUBAR – Silver Clef Awards

The 02 Silver Clef Awards attracted some of the biggest names in the music business last week. The event raised over £700,000 for the Nordoff Robbins charity, which uses music to transform vulnerable children’s and adult’s lives. FUBAR Radio sent Huw Joseph from the ‘The Friday Social’ show who spoke to rock legends, pop icons, emerging talents, oh and Patrick Stewart.

10 July 2015

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George Gilbey nervous of letting family down on CBB


Speaking exclusively on FUBAR Radio’s Hot Gossip, with Mark Dolan and Lizzie Cundy, Celebrity Big Brother finalist George Gilbey revealed just how nervous he was, of “letting his family down”, by choosing to go into the CBB house. The former Gogglebox star had to gamble between, sticking with the hit Channel 4 show or leaving his contract, to pursue a dream of conquering the reality TV show.

08 July 2015

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Pupils vulnerable to radicalisation at struggling schools

FORCING schools to hit academic targets may be leaving them vulnerable against pupils becoming radicalised, a leading teaching union has warned. Failing schools are ditching personal, social and health education (PSHE) classes – used by schools to gauge what is going on in their pupil’s lives – in favour of numeracy and literacy lessons in attempts to pass Ofsted inspections.

08 July 2015

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Jeremy Kyle rages at FUBAR presenters

When FUBAR Radio presenters Johnny and Inel found themselves in the studio for a live recording of ITV’s ‘The Jeremy Kyle Show’, the last thing the pair expected was to be on the end of a verbal tirade from the TV host.