This is Transmissions, the definitive story of New Order and Joy Division. Based on new and exclusive interviews with Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert and Peter Hook, this series captures those vivid moments that tell their tale like never before.
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Love Will Tear Us Apart
Maxine Peake, Bono, Anna Calvi, Thurston Moore and the surviving members of Joy Division describe the band's growing success, the creation of the timeless song 'Love Will Tear Us Apart'.
An Ideal For Living
Maxine Peake narrates the story of the legendarily chaotic record label Factory, with memorable contributions from founder Tony Wilson ("We were clever enough at the very beginning to know that musicians know f**k-all about music”).
Maxine Peake describes the birth of one of the most adored albums of all time, including its iconic artwork. But the process of creating a classic is far from smooth, with producer Martin Hannett’s eccentric methods generating tension.
Band Meets Singer
Maxine Peake tells the story of the beginnings of Joy Division, one of the most influential bands ever.
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This is Transmissions, the definitive story of New Order and Joy Division.
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The definitive story
Even though this story has been told many times, this podcast brings more detail, interviews, and archive than ever before. Maxine Peak is a great choice of narrator too.
Listening to this podcast, more than ever, I can’t help thinking like many long term fans, that it would be great to see the four members of Joy Division reconcile before its too late. Not for us, but for them.
Love will tear you apart...
When Ian Curtis died I was 19 and I remember being upset. 40 years on I was listening to episode 4 while out for a run and found myself in tears.
Great to hear the voices of Tony Wilson, Peter Hook, Bernard Sumner et al. Maxine Peake’s narration is great, absolutely the right tone.
It’s a credit to all those involved. I hope this wins many awards.
Never tire of hearing
So far, this is a great podcast with facts, heart and atmospheric sounds. Just makes me so sad that they’ve been acrimoniously estranged for so long. Come on lads, time to make up!