In which Rob and Steve set out to decide whether Noel Coward is any good, with the help of a man named Brett Myers, and end up making a show all about love stories. Charles Spencer recently wrote in the Telegraph that Mike Bartlett's new play, Cock, at the royal court, was "more like Noël Coward than Mark Ravenhill" and Brett is directing a production of Present Laughter next week at the G12 Studio with STaG, so we thought it would be a good question to ask.
Charles Spencer was too busy to come on the show, though.
We also have new music from Ben Dunn and a little bit from Rob and Steve favourites and Glasgow locals El Dog, who have released an amazing debut album since we last spoke to them. There's also a bit of poetry from W.H. Auden in there too.
Join us again next week when we defile even more classic writers of the english language by asking what's so good about Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath.12:00 - 13:00