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Adam talks with British comedian Jim Moir (aka Vic Reeves) about breakfast, bad language, encounters with music legends, art and the politics of Dada
Recorded face to face (at a respectful and safe distance of course) on September 10th, 2021
Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support.
Podcast artwork by Helen Green
ADAM BUXTON RAMBLES - 2021 BOOK TOUR DATES
THE SMELL OF REEVES AND MORTIMER - COUNTRYFILE -1995 (YOUTUBE)
REEVES AND MORTIMER BBC DOCUMENTARY (OMNIBUS) - 1997 (YOUTUBE)
VIC AND BOB'S AFTERNOON DELIGHTS - PHOTOSHOOT - 2011 (YOUTUBE)
VIC AND BOB WITH TOM JONES - 2000 (YOUTUBE)
VIC REEVES AND THE WONDERSTUFF - DIZZY - 1992 (YOUTUBE)
EMF, VIC REEVES AND BOB MORTIMER - I'M A BELIEVER - 1995 (YOUTUBE)
DADA AND SURREALISM - EUROPE AFTER THE RAIN - 1978 (YOUTUBE)
This documentary examines the work of the leading exponents of Dada and Surrealism, from the First World War through the 1920s and 1930s.
MEANING ALWAYS FOLLOWS FORM - ARTICLE by CAROL RUMENS ON HUGO BALL'S POEM 'GADJI BERI BIMBA' - 2009 (THE GUARDIAN)
15 SURPRISING BENEFITS OF PLAYING VIDEO GAMES - 2017 (MENTAL FLOSS)
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