Join Cultural Historians Livesley & Carmichael for Nice Things - the antidote to modern living.
Nice Things – Why Didn’t You?
This week’s edish features yet another complaint about the heat, a tribute to Tom O’Connor, plus Michael recounting his time supporting an embryonic Take That and Paul’s great regret at not accepting a role in ‘Why Don’t You?’ Find us on the Twitters www.twitter.com/NiceThingsShow www.twitter.com/MichaelLivesley www.twitter.com/PCarmichaelVO https://youtu.be/oUqtj5SX018
Nice Things - Ghost Shite
Professor Carmichael gets quite aeriated over on-demand television whilst Dr Livesley looks back on pimping his Mam out for pop n crisp on a Saturday night as the amuse-bouche to a discussion on the ‘Blankety-Blank’ lighting during McCoy era Dr Who and the passing of the late Mrs le Mes. Find us on the Twitters … Continue reading "Nice Things – Ghost Shite"
Nice Things – Bellends in the Kitsch Realm
This week the chaps take a stroll from the Childe of Hale’s grave to Adriano Celentano via Mike Read, Leo Baxendale and a slightly overdue complaint about the smoking ban in pubs. Find us on the Twitters www.twitter.com/NiceThingsShow www.twitter.com/MichaelLivesley www.twitter.com/PCarmichaelVO
Nice Things – Sects & Drugs & Rotten Scrolls
Messrs Livesley & Carmichael attempt a review of Penda’s Fen which swiftly descends into a chat involving onanism, Mr Bronson and wet plaster.
Nice Things – Last of the Summer Whine?
This week, Sir Michael and The honourable Paul Carmichael QC, analyse the psychological impact which the collective betrayals of Ray Clemence, The Goodies and ATV inflicted upon us. Subscribe here https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/nice-things/id1417286704 and here https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL2xpdm8uY28udWsvd3AvZmVlZC8 Twitter Links Sir Michael https://twitter.com/MichaelLivesley The Honourable Paul Carmichael QC https://twitter.com/PCarmichaelVO
Nice Things – Are You Being Scared? (Summer Solstice Special)
Join messrs Livesley and Carmichael for a very special Summer Solstice edish of ‘Nice Things’ in which they examine the evolution of the British psyche from stone circles to John Inman and all points in between.
Fills you with a warm Readybrek glow - I was transported back to a lost golden age of Play For Today, Donald Sinden and the gift from heaven that was Diane Keen.
What a Nice Thing
This podcast is a delight, please keep up the good work.
That’s better. You really can relax with this one. No points being made, no agenda...just nice things and interesting stuff. Looking forwards to seeing how this one develops.