New Episode! Out 10th May
Jude Rogers has been a journalist for twenty years this year, writing about music, books, the arts, culture, people and lots more besides for The Guardian, the Observer, Word Magazine and lots of other places.
She makes radio programmes and also published a book, The Sound of Being Human: How Music Shapes Our Lives last year, which dug deep into how music moves us, and how music shaped her own life from her earliest memories to her her life now in her mid-forties.
She lives in Wales with her husband Dan, son Evan and cats Mildred and Maud - named by Evan after the Worst Witch witches - and she first met a certain singer songwriter on a job in Ullapool FIFTEEN years ago where they and last week's guest Niall MacColl stayed up in a hotel honesty bar until 4am.
In this episode she talks about The Arcade Fire interviews, sleeping on a scout hut floor and how Mark Hollis dying was a catalyst for her book.
Find Jude here