Jean-Michel Jarre

Jean-Michel Jarre

Starting tonight at 9 pm UK time, that’s 1 pm Second Life Time, a new series of podcasts begin in a groundbreaking move for the radio station.

Facilitator Anthony Lovett said that Jean has long been a favourite at the Fireworks Show on Karuvium. “Not only were Dad (Mercurius) and I big fans of Jean from an early start, I myself went to the Docklands concert in London to watch the fireworks spectacle and hear his music ‘full-on’ as he performed Oxygene with a cast of hundreds, and so he takes pride of place in this first series of podcasts starting tonight”.

Jean Michel Jarre talks to Matt Berry about his early influences in music and music production in this first episode. There are 5 episodes in total and they are:

Early Influences – Monday 17th January at 9pm UK Time

Oxygene – Tuesday 18th January at 9pm UK Time

Live Concerts – Wednesday 19th January at 9pm UK Time

Electronica – Thursday 20th January at 9pm UK Time

The Future – Friday 21st January at 9pm UK Time

The KLR podcasts have been produced by Anthony Lovett to include music by Jean Michel Jarre. He said “I’ve added an extra dynamic to the programmes which I hope will please both the fans of speech and music”.

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