Episode 53 - Frontman of South London Shame one of, to quote NME, 'the country's best bands', Charlie talks about their inception in a Brixton pub, recording their debut at the infamous Rockfield Studios, what it's like being on Jools Holland, his past insecurities that feed his onstage persona and his many vocal styles and how he records them. Plus, details on the (at the time unreleased) second album, 'Drunk Tank Pink'.
Episode 52 - The pen was forced into Oli's hand when he acquired a theatre space and had no play to put on and no writer to create one. From there his passion and skill for writing grew, and his IMDB list now features Alan Davis sitcom Whites which he co-wrote with Peep Show's Matt King, and the excellent Anna Paquin show Flack, which he created, wrote, produced, and for one episode, directed. The ups and downs of screenwriting are all laid out here.