I'd Rather Go Blind - Dojo Cuts
Twisted Little Blades - Little Barrie
Before Questions Became - The Watchmakers
Future Spark - Sugar Army
The Messenger - Johnny Marr
Never Been Free - Honeyfeet
Baby, I'll Trust You When You're Dead - The Woggles
Undrowned - Everything Everything
Koo Koo The Bird Girl - Naymedici
Don't Turn Around - The Black Seeds
No Application - Silverclub
Crazy Solitary Bingo - Janice Graham Band
Firewalker - Jungle Fire
OneStepBeyond - Zoom-B
Wasted With A Smile - Kraak & Smaak
U Got The Power (Silverclub Remix) - Swiss Lips
Fishes And Dishes - Jim Noir
Broken Anchor Blues - Broken Anchor
Figure It Out - The Ventriloquists
Bob 'N' Weave - The Joint
Poem (to be read live on air):
THE TRIPLE FOOL.
by John Donne
I am two fools, I know,
For loving, and for saying so
In whining poetry ;
But where's that wise man, that would not be I,
If she would not deny ?
Then as th' earth's inward narrow crooked lanes
Do purge sea water's fretful salt away,
I thought, if I could draw my pains
Through rhyme's vexation, I should them allay.
Grief brought to numbers cannot be so fierce,
For he tames it, that fetters it in verse.
But when I have done so,
Some man, his art and voice to show,
Doth set and sing my pain ;
And, by delighting many, frees again
Grief, which verse did restrain.
To love and grief tribute of verse belongs,
But not of such as pleases when 'tis read.
Both are increasèd by such songs,
For both their triumphs so are published,
And I, which was two fools, do so grow three.
Who are a little wise, the best fools be.