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Chats with interesting people from the London home of Jimi Hendrix.


This podcast is brought to you by Handel & Hendrix in London - a museum dedicated to the lives of two giants of music, George Frideric Handel and Jimi Hendrix. In this series of podcasts we discuss the legacy (and much more) of Jimi with well known faces who all share a love of the man and his music. The podcasts are all recorded in Jimi Hendrix's 1960s flat which, along with an exhibition and collection of his records, now makes up the 'Hendrix' half of our museum. We hope you enjoy the podcast and keep your eyes peeled for a series on Handel coming soon...

This podcast was created with Art Fund Support

Visit our website to find out more about the museum https://handelhendrix.org/

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Chats with interesting people from the London home of Jimi Hendrix.


This podcast is brought to you by Handel & Hendrix in London - a museum dedicated to the lives of two giants of music, George Frideric Handel and Jimi Hendrix. In this series of podcasts we discuss the legacy (and much more) of Jimi with well known faces who all share a love of the man and his music. The podcasts are all recorded in Jimi Hendrix's 1960s flat which, along with an exhibition and collection of his records, now makes up the 'Hendrix' half of our museum. We hope you enjoy the podcast and keep your eyes peeled for a series on Handel coming soon...

This podcast was created with Art Fund Support

Visit our website to find out more about the museum https://handelhendrix.org/

    Handel & Hendrix Unlocked with Emma Dabiri

    Handel & Hendrix Unlocked with Emma Dabiri

    For this episode of the podcast we had the pleasure of talking to the extremely talented writer, broadcaster and academic, Emma Dabiri. We talked about Hendrix's hair, garage music and also about Emma's latest brilliant book, 'What White People Can Do Next', which we highly recommend you buy now!Edited by David O'GaraArtwork by Tim MacQueenVisit our website https://handelhendrix.org/ to find out more about the museum.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Handel & Hendrix Unlocked with Shaun Keaveny

    Handel & Hendrix Unlocked with Shaun Keaveny

    The radio broadcasting legend Shaun Keaveny joins us in the Hendrix flat for this episode of the podcast. We chatted about 6 Music, his Guinness fuelled time at XFM and of course his love of Hendrix. We hope you enjoy!Edited by David O'GaraArtwork by Tim MacQueenVisit our website https://handelhendrix.org/ to find out more about the museum.

    • 44 min
    Handel and Hendrix Unlocked with Dr John Cooper Clarke

    Handel and Hendrix Unlocked with Dr John Cooper Clarke

    We had the absolute joy of talking to the one and only Dr John Cooper Clarke for this episode of the podcast. The legendary punk poet joined us over the phone to tell us all about the music scene in Manchester during his youth and also to tell us the tale of when he actually went to see Jimi Hendrix.Edited by David O'GaraArtwork by Tim MacQueenVisit our website https://handelhendrix.org/ to find out more about the museum.

    • 41 min
    Handel & Hendrix Unlocked with Jenny Kleeman

    Handel & Hendrix Unlocked with Jenny Kleeman

    In this episode we talk to the fantastic journalist, writer and broadcaster Jenny Kleeman.Jenny is a Hendrix fanatic but we didn't just talk Hendrix, we also spoke about her latest book, 'Sex Robots and Vegan Meat: Adventures at the Frontier of Birth, Food, Sex & Death'. The book is a brilliantly interesting investigation into the forces that are driving innovation in the four core areas of human experience: birth, food, sex, and death. We hope you enjoy!Edited by David O'GaraArtwork by Tim MacQueenVisit our website https://handelhendrix.org/ to find out more about the museum.

    • 47 min
    Handel & Hendrix Unlocked with Nish Kumar

    Handel & Hendrix Unlocked with Nish Kumar

    In our first episode of the podcast we welcome the amazing stand-up comedian Nish Kumar to the Hendrix Flat. We spoke to Nish about his love of Hendrix, his route into stand-up and a surprisingly inspirational trip to Sheffield.Edited by David O'GaraArtwork by Tim MacQueenVisit our website https://handelhendrix.org/ to find out more about the museum.

    • 1 hr 10 min

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