coming up on Monday's show...Kraftwerk take their work into art galleries, Pulitzer Prize-winner Elizabeth Strout chats about her latest novel "Anything Is Possible", a review of "A Ton of Malice: The Half-Life of an Irish Punk in London" by Barry McKinley and Loah live in session
Serge Gainsbourg is probably best known as the composer of Je t'aime, but critics might argue that Serge Gainsbourg's best work is an album that is less well known - L'Histoire de Melodie Nelson. Jim Carroll has been listening to the album and reading a new book about it, also called Histoire de Melodie Nelson by Darren Anderson.
Our classic movie this week is a 1951 Ealing comedy with an extraordinary cast which includes Alec Guinness, Stanley Holloway and Audrey Hepburn. The Lavender Hill Mob, is the choice of guest Darryl Jones