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Tom Cridland has candid and uncensored conversations with cultural icons and public figures about current affairs, how they achieve their success and, of course, their favourite music. Tom is a fashion designer, podcaster and singer songwriter.

Tom Cridland has candid and uncensored conversations with cultural icons and public figures about current affairs, how they achieve their success and, of course, their favourite music. Tom is a fashion designer, podcaster and singer songwriter.

Location:

United Kingdom

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Tom Cridland has candid and uncensored conversations with cultural icons and public figures about current affairs, how they achieve their success and, of course, their favourite music. Tom is a fashion designer, podcaster and singer songwriter.

Language:

English

Contact:

07840305652


Episodes

#273 - Anna Beecher

1/18/2021
Anna Beecher is a writer whose debut novel, Here Comes the Miracle, will be released in February. She joins Tom for a conversation encompassing how dealing with personal tragedy inspired her to write this book, moving to Charlottesville in Virginia immediately after the violent Unite the Right rally in 2017, her views on the current political situation in America and why she appreciates John Lennon's song, "Watching The Wheels". This episode is brought to you by dBud, who make Volume...

Duration:00:45:35

#272 - Dr Steve Davies

1/17/2021
Dr Steve Davies is Head of Education at the Institute of Economic Affairs in London. He has a conversation with Tom about his favourite music, big tech and Trump's second impeachment. This episode is brought to you by dBud, who make Volume Adjustable Earplugs. These are incredibly effective at filtering noise at the right level, giving you the hearing protection you need whilst retaining the clarity of the sound you are exposed to. Go to earlabs.co to check out dBud's earplugs.

Duration:00:50:40

#271 - Don McLean

1/16/2021
The legendary Don McLean joins Tom for a conversation covering a range of contentious subjects: coronavirus, vaccines, lockdown, the economy, Cardi B's WAP and climate change. Don's new album, Still Playin' Favorites, is out now and he is teaching music to his fans via his new Youtube channel. This episode is brought to you by dBud, who make Volume Adjustable Earplugs. These are incredibly effective at filtering noise at the right level, giving you the hearing protection you need whilst...

Duration:00:52:54

#270 - Brett Leboff

1/13/2021
Brett Leboff is an artist manager and founder of Monumental Management UK. He has a discussion with Tom about his love of Prince and Quincy Jones, as well as some issues explored in his book, "Staying Sane in the Music Game".

Duration:00:55:59

#264 - David Hill

1/12/2021
David Hill MBE is a choral conductor and organist who holds an appointment to the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, is Musical Director of The Bach Choir and was Chief Conductor of the BBC Singers from 2007 until 2017. He talks to Tom about learning music and three pieces he loves: Yo-Yo Ma playing Bach's Cello suites, Dame Janet Baker singing Mahler's 'Ich bin die Welt abhanden gekommen' and Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. 2.

Duration:00:46:11

#266 - Future Utopia / Fraser T. Smith

1/12/2021
Fraser T. Smith has a conversation with Tom about his first album under his new moniker, Future Utopia, entitled 12 Questions. He also discusses highlights from his career in music thus far, including producing albums by Dave and Stormzy.

Duration:00:52:36

#267 - Debbie Millman

1/12/2021
Debbie Millman is a writer, designer, educator, artist, brand consultant and host of the podcast Design Matters. She has worked on branding for the likes of Burger King, Tropicana, Hot97, Haagen Dasz and 7Up. She joins Tom to talk about branding in music, social media and the current political climate in the US.

Duration:00:51:51

#268 - Rory Sutherland

1/12/2021
Rory Sutherland is the Vice Chairman of Ogilvy and the author of the book, Alchemy: The Surprising Power of Ideas That Don't Make Sense. He presents an analysis of the music industry and his taste in music to Tom.

Duration:00:53:18

#265 - Lars Finberg of The Intelligence

1/12/2021
Lars Finberg has a discussion with Tom about three of his favourite artists and why he appreciates them.

Duration:00:34:40

#269 - Adam Chester

1/12/2021
Adam Chester is a singer and piano player, whose music can be found on Youtube and whose album, The Water's Warm, can be found on streaming services such as Spotify. He tells Tom about 15 years of rehearsals with the Elton John Band in which he has been a "surrogate Elton", due to the Rocket Man's hatred of rehearsing himself, and explains his profound respect for Davey Johnstone, Nigel Olsson and Ray Cooper.

Duration:00:50:55

#263 - John K

1/12/2021
John K breaks down his journey from playing covers in bars solo, accompanying himself on a keyboard, to having over 5 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone.

Duration:00:39:25

#262 - Bob the Drag Queen

1/12/2021
Bob the Drag Queen joins Tom to discuss why Boris Johnson always looks so dishevelled, Eton College, Trump's Twitter ban, and why the most uncontroversial musical artists of all time are Adele and Dolly Parton.

Duration:00:56:52

#261 - Jake Bugg

1/11/2021
Jake Bugg has a discussion with Tom about music and his career, including how he learnt to play guitar, rock n' roll's current role in pop culture, what it was like working with Rick Rubin and when we can expect a new album from him.

Duration:00:37:21

#257 - Jerry Colonna

1/7/2021
Formerly a venture capitalist who played a prominent part in the early development of Silicon Valley, Jerry Colonna is now a life coach and, most recently, author of Reboot: Leadership and the Art of Growing Up. He tells Tom about his love of Bruce Springsteen, dealing with depression and finding his calling by helping others.

Duration:00:55:01

#258 - Peppermint

1/7/2021
Peppermint is an actress, singer songwriter, television personality, drag queen and activist. She has a conversation with Tom about three of her favourite albums and three of her favourite books.

Duration:00:49:29

#259 - Dimitri Logothetis

1/7/2021
The film producer, Dimitri Logothetis, tells Tom about his favourite music, his best advice for those people pursuing a career in the arts and his most recent movie, Jiu Jitsu.

Duration:00:30:24

#260 - Jim Shockey

1/7/2021
The naturalist, outfitter, TV producer and host, Jim Shockey, joins Tom for a conversation about some of his favourite tracks and the acts that recorded them, why he believes the best pop music was made between 1967 and 1980, and his views on political correctness.

Duration:00:34:45

#256 - Millie Gooch

1/5/2021
Millie Gooch chats to Tom about giving up alcohol in her 20s and writing The Sober Girl Society Handbook. They discuss the link between alcohol and social anxiety, the pros and cons of sobriety, as well as the other factors in modern life that are affecting mental health.

Duration:00:41:55

#255 - Dr Andy Galpin

1/5/2021
Dr Andy Galpin has a conversation with Tom about his love of late 80s and early 90s hip hop, alongside breaking down how he believes you can optimise your nutrition and exercise for maximum fitness.

Duration:01:07:40

#254 - David Yarrow

1/5/2021
The photographer, conservationist and author, David Yarrow, chats to Tom about his love of Willie Nelson, The Cure and Robbie Williams.

Duration:00:39:07