Carl Marsh speaks to Israeli film director Yoav Paz, who with his brother Doron is the architect of Plan A: a new thriller, based on a true story, concerning a group of Holocaust survivors who hatch a plan to poison the German water supply and kill millions in the spirit of revenge.
Wendy James is still full of rock’n’roll vim and hungry to gig three decades after Transvision Vamp, the lurid pop-punk band that made her a star, went their separate ways. She and her band are touring the UK for the entirety of September, including two Welsh dates, as she enthuses to Carl Marsh.
American folk-rocker Lissie is getting her operation back to working order, in much the same way we all are. First up, she tells Buzz’s Carl Marsh, is a reissue of her debut album, a decade after it established her. Except they had to delay it, so it’s 11 years now. Ah well!
BBC One’s Ghosts has been lauded for its supernatural achievement of making a sitcom that appeals equally to adults and kids. The denizens of the haunted Button House have just returned to screens for a third series, before which seven of its cast took part in a virtual round table for an audience including Buzz’s Billie Ingram Sofokleous.
Welsh standup queen and smash hit podcaster Kiri Pritchard-McLean’s latest venture arrives via the airwaves. If Carl Marsh’s enthusiastic testimony is anything to go by, Radio Wales’ The Learners is one of the best sitcoms set in a language learning class you will ever encounter.
Mr Jukes, the funky solo alias of Bombay Bicycle Club frontman Jack Steadman, returns for his second album The Locket – and this time he’s teamed up with an MC named Barney Artist for a full set of jazzy hip-hop. Carl Marsh hears what makes the pair tick.
"Things Can Only Get Better", sang D:Ream in their mid-90s heyday – but things couldn’t have got much better at the time, so frequently did they bother the charts. And they’re back with a brand new album! Carl Marsh chats to Peter Cunnah and Al Mackenzie, and it turns out has some catching up to do…
Carl Marsh speaks to the man behind this newly released documentary about WITCH – short for We Intend To Cause Havoc, they were Zambia’s biggest rock band in the 1970s, and Gio liked them so much he’s now their manager too!
Ben Woolhead pops into Cardiff city centre, takes a look at an exhibition of work by a fella you may know as ‘the guy who makes pictures of people out of food’, likes what he sees and speaks to Nathan Wyburn, the food people picture guy in question, to find out more.
The man behind Australian sci-fi romp 'Occupation: Rainfall', in which aliens invade Sydney with explosive results, speaks to Carl Marsh about how it all came together.
Carl Marsh speaks to Daniele Davoli, founder member of Italian pop/house colossi Black Box – if we wrote in tabloidese we’d call them something like “Ride On Time hitmakers” – about events old and new, including latest release Dreamlanders: a home listening-friendly rework of their debut album.