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Daniel P Carter (BBC Radio 1) talking to artists about music, art, culture and the esoteric...

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    • 4.8, 186 Ratings

Daniel P Carter (BBC Radio 1) talking to artists about music, art, culture and the esoteric...

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4.8 out of 5
186 Ratings

186 Ratings

Russ Nettle ,

In depth conversations with musicians as people rather than products

Dan has an incredible knack for nurturing conversations with each guest. Each episode takes on its own life around the art and process of creating music, incredibly insightful.

This isn’t a music journo getting a scoop and this isn’t a music pushing a product. Thanks for putting these out there, big up Above All

Cheese3000o ,

Quality work

Much appreciated work, interviews with some of the finest artists/magicians around. Cheers.

dawsey72 ,


The thing about Daniel P. Carter is that every time you leave one of his podcast you have a variety of feelings. In the first instance I always feel pensive because his interview, if you can call them that, no disrespect meant. Are always very thought provoking. I often think about them for several days afterwards.

The interview comment is because of the ease with which Dan allows you to have a windows into. Conversation between two people. These podcasts are not interviews in the truest sense of the word they are deeper than that. It’s a wind into engaging conversations between friends and acquaintances of which you wouldn’t have such depth in a regular music interview.

I can speak highly enough of the way Dan draws you in with his disarming, calm and guiding manner. There is no sensationalising or looking to work an angle to pull a story that can be twisted into other mediums. It’s like listening to a top not documentarian and I can not speak higher than that. Check them out, enjoy them for what they are and consider yourself blessed to be able to look into places you wouldn’t normally be able to.

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