Podcast 232: This is Our Everest, Part Three – Calendar Goes Pop
On today’s This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian revisit Yorkshire in December 1980 and the music magazine programme Calendar Goes Pop. No-one is particularly pleased about this, particularly Tom Robinson. Up for discussion are the relentlessness of Richard Madeley, the value of historical perspectives in popular music shows and the current whereabouts of The Yorkshire Ripper.
There’s also live Googling (always a crowd favourite), a test of sphincter control and Ian chooses what gig he’d most like to have gone to, had he been in West Yorkshire 40 years ago. All this, plus live music from Vardis! If you want to watch along, you can find the programme here.
Tomorrow’s episode of This is our Everest will be on this episode of A Question of Sport.
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