Posted by: Lynsey at 00:00, February 24 2012.
“IN CONVERSATION WITH....”
The second in my series of “In Conversation With....” is being shown this Sunday at 5pm on Vintage TV. SKY 369 and Freesat 515. This time I am interviewing Gilbert O’Sullivan. As you may know, Gilbert has had many multimillion selling records over the years and has won Grammies and Ivor Novello Awards.
Do tune in and I hope you enjoy it.
Posted by: Lynsey at 19:47, February 15 2012.
“In Conversation...” Vintage TV / Sky 369 and Freesat 515.
I have a new series of exclusive, in depth, one hour programmes on Vintage TV coming up this month called “In Conversation...” to be broadcast over the next few weeks. You can find 'Vintage TV' on Sky 369 and Freesat 515.
My first guest is Mike Batt and the exclusive interview is to be aired on Sunday February 19th at 5pm. Mike, as many of you know, is a fantastic songwriter and multi-talented person who has written many hits including, “Bright Eyes” for Art Garfunkel. He is the talent behind ‘The Wombles’ and discovered and managed Vanessa Mae and Katie Melhua.
Other guests include the wonderful Grammy and Ivor Novello winning songwriter Gilbert O’Sullivan (with whom I fell off a tandem bike in Holland just before we performed on live TV some years ago) and the fantastic pop-synth pioneer Howard Jones who will explain why he made one of his videos in a pickle factory.
It was terrific talking to all my guests whose musical careers have lasted very many years due to their extraordinary talent and commitment to the industry. The in-depth interviews cover their music and their early life and include poignant and humorous anecdotes - and even some secrets not told on TV before....So please tune in and watch these exclusive interviews.
When I know the other broadcast dates, I will post them here.
Posted by: Lynsey at 08:40, May 7 2011.
Lynsey de Paul is currently presenting her own 90 minute programme called “Lynsey’s Love Songs” on Vintage TV - SKY channel 369. She is talking about why songwriting is the backbone of the music industry and gives insights into who wrote which song, how it fared in the charts and a few secrets on some of the productions.