Nicholas Parsons, star of stage, screen and airwave spoke to RaW’s Tom Goble about his remarkable career, the late Clement Freud, Paddy Ashdown and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
March 17, 2009
Disgraced former Tory MP Jeffrey Archer talks to RaW’s Tom Goble, primarily about his new book ‘Paths of Glory’.
You may wonder why there wasn’t much mention of Tory slease, prostitutes, stealing money from charity or imprisonment for perverting the course of justice – all I’ll say is that there was quite a strict questions embargo!
Hope you enjoy it anyway!
TV Magician Paul Daniels (“you’ll like this, not a lot, but you’ll like it”) talks to RaW’s Tom Goble. Topics covered are the history of magic(!), Derren Brown, David Blaine, his ongoing theatre work and, of course, the lovely Debbie Magee!
March 13, 2009
PR guru Max Clifford spoke to RaW’s Tom Goble. Among the subjects discussed were…”Freddie Starr Ate my Hamster”, “The Beckham and Loos Affair”, how best to enter into the world of PR and a personal and emotional account of Jade Goody’s current situation.
March 09, 2009
Janice Honeyman, acclaimed director of 2009 RSC’s sell-out version of The Tempest, spoke to RaW’s Tom Goble and Albertine Rae. She spoke at length about the production starring Sir Anthony Sher and playwright/actor John Kani.
February 11, 2009
- Term 2 – week
February 05, 2009
Jonathon Deane of Total Film Magazine spoke to Tom Goble about the upcoming Baftas. He gives his expert opinion on all the key catagories and his top tips for the gongs (put your money on Slumdog for best film!)
Comic icon and variety veteran Ken Dodd spoke to Tom Goble about life, love and his new touring show.
January 11, 2009
On Saturday 10th of January 2009 Tom Goble and Oliver Parkes went to the home of controversial historian and champion of freedom-of-speech David Irving.
The resulting interview (which lasts approx 1 hour in full unedited) as well as a shorter version will appear on this site shortly. The shorter interview will hopefully soon be broadcast on RaW radio if internal calls for its censorship are overcome.
The interview was conducted on behalf of RaW radio. The views expressed may be offensive to some people, and they in no way represent those of Tom Goble, Oliver Parkes or the station itself.
November 06, 2008
Tom Goble spoke to Shirley Phelps-Roper, dubbed “The most-hated woman in America” for her offensive homophobic views, member of The Westboro Baptist Church…
...about the US Presidential Elections. (First aired on RaW News Insight 06/11/2008)
...her extreme views.
This is the version of the interview with the WBC’s Shirley Phelps-Roper that appeared on “The Speakeasy” on (14/11/2008)