After 20 years of planning, preparation and a nail-biting build up fraught by delays The James Webb Space telescope finally launched on Christmas day 2021. Anxious astronomers across the globe looked on as the JWST then completed even riskier manoeuvres to unfurl the 18 hexagonal components that make up its 6.5 meter diameter primary mirror. Cosmologist Dr Sheona Urquhart from the Open University tells us about the astronomical community's tense Christmas day. Fresh from a TV spot on BBC Two's Digging for Britain this week, Dr Dean Lomax and PhD candidate Emily Swaby share their excitement unearthing Rutland's ‘Sea Dragon' and explore what this find could tell us about Ichthyosaurs. At over 10 meters long this ancient ocean predator is the largest complete fossil of its kind to be discovered in the UK. Ichthyosaurs are commonly associated with Dorset and Yorkshire coastlines where fossils are often revealed as surrounding rock is eroded by the elements. Finding an ichthyosaur fossil inland is unusual but not unexpected as the higher sea levels 200 million years ago would put the east midlands underwater. And whilst the palaeontologists have been struggling through the Jurassic mud, cognition researchers at the University of Cambridge have been wowing their birds with magic tricks. Professor Nicky Clayton FRS, Professor of Comparative Cognition, explains what we can learn about the way jays think by assessing their reaction to different sleight-of-hand tricks. Corvids, the family to which these feathered friends belong, have long interested researchers due to their impressive cognitive abilities and Nicky's team has shown that their Jays are not fooled by all of the same mis-directions as we are, but are fooled by some. And it could be down to not being able to tell the difference between a finger and a feather. Presented by Marnie Chesterton Produced by Alex Mansfield Assistant Producer Emily Bird Made in association with The Open University
Owen Teale from Game of Thrones and Line of Duty chats about A Discovery of Witches season 3. Plus, Hayley and Scott review The Tourist on BBC One, The Book of Boba Fett on Disney + and Toast of Tinseltown on BBC Two.
Their voices resound in living rooms across the country, but how much do we really know about the people who talk between the programmes? From impeccable composure to a catchy turn of phrase, there's a lot that goes into good continuity. So what does the future hold for this familiar feature of TV and radio – is it set to go the same way as teletext or the Red Button? Guests: Duncan Newmarch, announcer for BBC One and BBC Two; Andrea Fox, ITV announcer; Jeanna Gallagher, announcer for Channel 4 and Film 4; Jane Steel, announcer and newsreader for BBC Radio 4; David Allan, former announcer on BBC Television. Producer: Dan Hardoon Presenter: Katie Razzall Studio engineer: John Boland Editor: Richard Hooper
Matt is joined by site contributors Sarah Kennedy and Will Barber-Taylor to review BBC One dramas, The Girl Before, Around the World in 80 Days and A Very British Scandal. As well as BBC Two's The Mezzotint.
A rediscovered episode of Morecambe and Wise is set to be broadcast in colour for the first time on Christmas Day. The footage was found by Eric Morecambe's son Gary in the attic of his mother's house. The 45-minute episode had been wiped by the BBC so the expensive tape could be re-used. The episode turned out to be the comedy duo's first show made for BBC One, which originally aired 8 October 1970 after they moved from BBC Two. Eric and Ernie became the nation's most popular double act and their show became unmissable television. Today's Martha Kearney speaks to Gary Morecambe, son of Eric Morecambe, about finding the tape and the duo's legacy. (Image credit: BBC/PA)
Our guest today needs little introduction—but if you didn't grow up watching cooking on television over the past 20 years, here's the deal. Jamie Oliver pioneered a form of food television that brought cameras into the home in a way not previously seen. When the Naked Chef debuted on BBC Two in the UK and the Food Network in the United States in 1999, home cooking on TV was a stand-and-stir affair. Here, a young and floppy Oliver was cooking real food from a cool East London flat, talking viewers through the relative simplicity of making dinner. Oliver has gone on to write numerous cookbooks (selling 50 million in the UK alone) and create food TV that expanded beyond cooking, producing documentaries about the sugar industry and school lunches that transitioned his work from dude food evangelist to heartier activism. Oliver was a joy to have on the program, and we talk about the early days of his television career, working at the River Café with the legends Ruth Rogers and Rose Gray, and a pressing question: Blur vs. Oasis (while discussing bassist turned cheese maker Alex James). We also learn about his latest book, Together: Memorable Meals Made Easy. Additional reading and viewing:Jamie Oliver's first TV appearance in 1997 [YouTube]It's Not Always Excellent to Be Jamie Oliver [The New York Times]Keep Cooking and Carry On [Jamie Oliver website]
Nihal, Scott and Hayley chat to Kevin McCloud about Grand Designs: House of the Year. Plus, reviews of Hawkeye on Disney +, American Rust on Sky Atlantic and Freddie Mercury: The Final Act on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer.
Kirsty Lang on Aaron Beck the Eminent psychiatrist who developed cognitive behavioural therapy into the world's most popular treatment for depression and anxiety. Joan Carlyle the principal soprano at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden for almost 20 years. Etel Adnan one of the Arab world's most important writers, and author of one of the most important War Novels ever written and Anne Bradford Compiler of the bestselling crossword solver's dictionary who could complete the Times puzzle in six minutes. Producer: Neil George Interviewed guest: Dr Judith Beck Interviewed guest: Catriona Gallo Interviewed guest: Peggy Reynolds Interviewed guest: Dr Elizabeth Marcus Interviewed guest: Gillian Beauchamp Archive clips used: BBC Radio 4, All In The Mind 26/03/2003; BBC TWO, Living Hell: Depression 03/03/1999; BBC TWO, Music On Two: I Think It Should Go Like This 31/01/1973; Serpentine Galleries, Etel Adnan Reading From The Arab Apocalypse 07/10/2015; HENI Talks, Hans Ulrich Obrist Visits Etel Adnan 24/02/2020; BBC Radio 4, The Reference Library 21/11/2000.
TALK ART LIVE in London!!! Join the inimitable hosts of Talk Art, Robert Diament and Russell Tovey for a live podcast recording as they interview Kate Bryan.Kate Bryan is Global Head of Collections at Soho House and author of a new book about artists that died too young, 'Bright Stars'. Recorded at Soho House White City in front of a sold out live audience, they cover big names such as Vincent Van Gogh, Jean Michel Basquiat and shine a light on lesser known talents like Khadija Saye, Paula Modersohn Becker and Amrita Sher Gil.In 'Bright Stars', Kate Bryan examines the lives and legacies of 30 great artists who died too young, celebrating their inspirational stories and extraordinary talent. Some of the world's greatest and most-loved artists died under the age of forty. But how did they turn relatively short careers into such long legacies? What drove them to create, against all the odds? And how can we use these stories to re-evaluate artists lost to the shadows, or whose legacies are not yet secured? Most artists have decades to hone their craft, win over the critics and forge their reputation, but that's not the case for the artists in this book. Art heavyweights Vincent van Gogh and Jean-Michel Basquiat have been mythologised, with their early deaths playing a key role in their posthumous fame. Others, such as Aubrey Beardsley and Noah Davis, were driven to create, knowing their time was limited. For some, premature death, compounded by gender and racial injustice, meant being left out of the history books – as was the case with Amrita Sher-Gil, Charlotte Salomon and Pauline Boty, now championed by Kate Bryan in this important re-appraisal. And, as Caravaggio and Vermeer's stories show us, it can take centuries for forgotten artists to be given the recognition they truly deserve. With each artist comes a unique and often surprising story about how lives full of talent and tragedy were turned into brilliant legacies that still influence and inspire us today. This is a celebration of talent so great it shines on. Beautifully illustrated by Anna Higgie with portraits of the artists, as well as reproductions of some of their most famous works, this important and timely work makes a crucial contribution to our understanding of the lives of some of the most talented artists throughout history.Kate Bryan is an arts broadcaster, curator, mentor and writer. She is Head of Collections for Soho House & Co. globally and has written and presented television programmes for Sky Arts, Sky Arte Italia, BBC Two and BBC Four. She is a judge on the annual Sky Arts competition programmes Portrait Artist of the Year and Landscape Artist of the Year, and the author of The Art of Love (White Lion Publishing, 2019).Follow @KateBryan_Art on Instagram and visit her official website at https://katebryanart.com/ Buy Kate's new book 'Bright Stars' from this link, OUT NOW! Buy 'Talk Art Book' from this link, also OUT NOW!For images of all artworks discussed in this episode visit @TalkArt. Talk Art theme music by Jack Northover @JackNorthoverMusic courtesy of HowlTown.com We've just joined Twitter too @TalkArt. If you've enjoyed this episode PLEASE leave us your feedback and maybe 5 stars if we're worthy in the Apple Podcast store. For... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Comedian Nish Kumar is best known for his five years at the helm of BBC Two's The Mash Report. The show was cancelled by the BBC earlier this year and moved to Dave under a new name - Late Night Mash. But in an act of "self-cancellation", Kumar stepped down as its host and is touring with his new show, Control, in 2022. He speaks to Krishnan about leaving The Mash Report, seeking professional help for his mental health and sexism in comedy. Producer: Faye White
In this episode of the Geektown Behind The Scenes podcast, I'm chatting with Chris A. Peterson, ACE, editor of many, many shows and film, but most recently, Ryan Murphy's 'Impeachment: American Crime Story'. 'Impeachment', which is currently airing on BBC Two, tells this story the Bill Clinton scandal through the eyes of the women at the centre of the events: Monica Lewinsky (Beanie Feldstein), Linda Tripp (Sarah Paulson) and Paula Jones (Annaleigh Ashford). Chris edited episode four, which has just aired in the UK, and the upcoming pivotal seventh episode, in which the affair between Clinton and Lewinsky goes public.Chris is an Emmy and ACE Eddie award-winning editor of feature films, television series and pilots. Outside of 'Impeachment' he has worked on a number of other Ryan Murphy projects including 'American Horror Story', '9-1-1' and 'The Politician'. He also has worked for but Marvel and DC, editing the brilliant 'Jessica Jones', the mind-bindingly weird 'Legion' and pre-Batman series 'Pennyworth'. He also has a background in documentaries, having worked on 'Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult', 'The Assassination of President Kennedy', 'Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic' and many more.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/geektown. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
With Luke struck down with a cold, Matt is joined by site contributor Sophie Davies to review BBC1's new comedy-drama The Outlaws. New BBC One drama Showtrial and the welcome return of 'What We Do in the Shadows' on BBC Two and iPlayer.
The details of US President Bill Clinton's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky and the 1998 impeachment proceedings may be unfamiliar to some young women today. Impeachment: American Crime Story on BBC Two, aims to reframe the Clinton scandal from the perspective of the women it engulfed. Jessica Bennett from the New York Times and Sarah Baxter, former deputy editor of The Sunday Times discuss. The BBC Specialist Disinformation Reporter Marianna Spring who appeared in front of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee this week to present the findings from her BBC Panorama investigation into the rising online abuse against women. Should parents be allowed ‘teen-ternity' leave? Suzanne Alderson on why she wants employers to allow parents to take leave to help teenagers who are struggling. Ahead of the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference, COP26 starting this Sunday, Zaqiya Cajee, a pre-loved fashion advocate and Mikaela Loach climate justice activist and fifth year medical student talk about how to engage people on climate change action and their hopes for the conference. The wig designer Angela Cobbin has written her memoir. My Name Is Not Wigs. She tells us about about becoming a theatrical wig designer for countless plays, musicals, TV shows and films over five decades. Your libido as you age with Scottish storyteller, Marie Louise Cochrane and sex expert Tracey Cox. Presenter: Jessica Creighton Producer: Dianne McGregor
Monica Lewinsky is a name that most people will know. But for a whole new generation of women, including younger millennials who were children at the time, the details of US President Bill Clinton's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky and the 1998 impeachment proceedings it led to may be unfamiliar. Impeachment: American Crime Story on BBC Two, aims to reframe the Clinton scandal from the perspective of the women it engulfed. Jessica Creighton talks to Jessica Bennett from the New York Times and Sarah Baxter, former deputy editor of The Sunday Times. Ahead of the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference, COP26 starting this Sunday, Zaqiya Cajee, a pre-loved fashion advocate and Mikaela Loach climate justice activist and 5th year medical student talk about how to engage people on climate change action and their hopes for the conference. Nisha Katona, founder of the Mowgli Indian street food restaurants talks about her new book, setting up in business and her role with the government's newly formed Hospitality Council that aims to help the sector recover post pandemic. And we all know we should be doing our pelvic floor exercises: babies or no babies, young or old. But do we do them? Elaine Miller who's a pelvic physiotherapist based in Edinburgh is so passionate about getting women to do their exercises she does a stand-up gig about them; wears a giant vulva costume, and wants you to count-down to Christmas with a daily squeeze and lift. She says exercises can truly improve your pelvic floor, and in turn prevent all types of problems that you'd never think would be linked to a weak pelvic floor. Presenter: Jessica Creighton Producer: Lisa Jenkinson Studio Engineer: Gayl Gordon
This week The TV Boys sit down to discuss all things spooky. Pull up a chair, if you dare, as we give you not only our Halloween Special, but our One Year Anniversary episode! Thank you for the past year!!!
This week we review 4 big US shows. We're joined by site contributor Jackson (Skip Intro on YouTube) to review the welcome return of HBO's Succession. The return of American Crime Story on BBC Two which looks at the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Scenes from a Marriage on Sky Atlantic and new FX comedy Reservation Dogs which lands on Star on Disney+ in the UK.
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of music, comedy, television, cookery and literature.The one and only Bob Geldof chats turning 70 and his brand new LP ‘Out The Back of Boomtown'.Petrolhead Richard Hammond discusses his Discovery+ show ‘Richard Hammond's Workshop'.The hilarious Romesh Ranganathan shares all about BBC Two's ‘The Ranganation'.And Scottish superstar Robert Carlyle tells us all about the return of ‘COBRA' on Sky Max.Plus Rob Beckett, Sally Lindsay, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Gino D'Acampo.You can catch Chris and the team live weekdays 6:30am-10am on Virgin Radio UK.Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to hear the highlights every week.Bob Geldof - 00:49Richard Hammond - 07:03Romesh Ranganathan - 13:25Rob Beckett - 20:47Robert Carlyle - 29:52Sally Lindsay - 37:06Sophie Ellis-Bextor - 45:36Gino D'Acampo - 52:49 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week The TV Boys sit down to discuss Michael J. Fox. We wanted to make a "Forward to the Past" pun here, but that's already an actual episode title from 'Back to the Future: The Animated Series' so just listen in for more jokes, show facts and fun times.
Nihal, Scott and Hayley chat to Mark Bonnar about on-set toilet situations and (more importantly) Guilt series 2 on BBC Two and BBC Scotland. Plus, reviews of Scenes From a Marriage on Sky Atlantic, Angela Black on ITV and Muppets Haunted Mansion on Disney Plus.
This week The TV Boys sit down to talk about the one and only Terry O'Quinn. You know him as John Locke from Lost or maybe Peter Watts in Millennium or even the stepfather in The Stepfather. Whatever you've seen him in, you know he's great, we discuss these roles and much more!
Deborah Meaden is a British businesswoman and TV personality who ran a family holiday business, before completing a management buyout, but is now best known for her appearances on the BBC Two business programme Dragons' Den.Deborah took over from Rachel Elnaugh in the third series in August 2006. Like Rachel, Deborah was the only female investor, although this changed in subsequent seasons with the arrival of Hilary Devey to replace James Caan. As of 2021, she has agreed to investments through this route in 63 businesses to the value of over £3.3m.The music for the podcast is Twiggy's version of "Waterloo Sunset" by the Kinks and can be found on Apple Music at this link https://music.apple.com/gb/album/romantically-yours/693460953If you've enjoyed listening to “Tea With Twiggy” please give take a moment to give us a lovely 5 STAR rating on Apple Podcasts. It really helps other people to find the show. If you haven't done so already please subscribe to this podcast so you auto-magically get the next episodes for free and do tell all your friends and family about it too. If you want to connect with me I'd love to hear from you.You can find me on Twitter @TwiggyOr you can find me on Instagram @TwiggyLawsonMy thanks go to all the people that have helped this podcast happen:● Thanks to all the team at Stripped Media including Ben Williams, who edits the show, my producer Kobi Omenaka and Executive Producers Tom Whalley and Dave CorkeryIf you want to know more about this podcast and others produced by Stripped Media please visit www.Stripped.media or email Producers@Stripped.Media to find out! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Julian Worricker on: One of the greatest attacking footballers of all time, Jimmy Greaves, who later became a successful and often very funny TV presenter... The inventor Sir Clive Sinclair, who made home computers and calculators portable and affordable. Olivia Jordan whose heroism during World War 2 saw her driving ambulances through France before she became Charles De Gaulle's translator. And the astrophysicist, Carolyn Shoemaker, one of the world's foremost detectors of comets and asteroids. Interviewed guest: Jim Rosenthal Interviewed guest: Jason Fitzpatrick Interviewed guest: Christopher Curry Interviewed guest: Tessa Dunlop Interviewed guest: Dr Jennifer Wiseman Interviewed guest: David Levy Producer: Neil George Archive clips from: The Levin Interview: Radio 4 24.06.1984; Today, Radio 4 20.09.2021; Profile, Radio 4 22.03.1979; Newsreel: German Invasion of France 1940, Pathe News; To All Free Frenchmen: Charles de Gaulle on the French Defeat 1940, Pathe News 13.04.2014; The Jupiter Collision - Watch this space, BBC Two 16.07.1994; BBC News: BBC One 22.07.1994.
Matt is joined by Sarah and Gary to review Sky's quirky forensic/crime drama hybrid Wolfe from Paul Abbott. Gruff new BBC Two drama The North Water. BBC Two comedy Alma's Not Normal returns for a full series after the award-winning pilot episode. And Daisy Haggard's comedy drama Back to Life returns for a second series.
This week The TV Boys sit down to discuss the "What have you been watching this week?" portion of our show. We take the segment to new heights and new lengths. We're talking, Entire. Episode. Length. Rather than hearing about the collected works of one person, we're changing things up and talking about all of the shows we've been enjoying lately. You're going to want to check them out, trust us.
I had a long overdue chat with zoologist, wildlife TV presenter and conservationist Megan McCubbin to talk about her career journey and how the pandemic impacted not only her path but that of many others when it comes to nature appreciation. We discuss the role of social media in bringing like minded young conservationists and environmentalists together, but also the downsides of social media and how best to manage them. We explore topics that Megan and co-author Chris Packham delve into in their book, 'Back to Nature: How to love life - and save it'. Topics such as eco-activism, lobbying and extinction rebellion, to rewilding and reintroduction of top predators into our landscapes, how to engage people with nature and of course climate change. We also hear all about Megan's summer filming a brand new BBC TV series 'Chris and Meg's Wild Summer' out now on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer. Sean's Wild Life podcast is produced and edited by Thomas Ntinas. Title track 'A Wild Life' kindly composed and donated by Mark Rose. Production costs are self funded by Sean McCormack, but donations to fund future episodes are welcome on Acast Supporter here: http://supporter.acast.com/seans-wild-life or at www.patreon.com/seanswildlife.Cover photo credit: Megan McCubbin. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Nigel Ng discusses how he has overcome adversity and all odds against him to be successful, and gain a tremendous fanbase over years of hard work. Nigel Ng is a Malaysian stand up comedian and content creator. He started his career in the Chicago comedy clubs and is now based in London. In 2020, he went viral from his portrayal of Uncle Roger, a middle-aged Asian man reviewing an egg fried rice video. In 10 months, he has amassed 170 million views on his YouTube channel and a combined following of over 5 million across his social media platforms. As a standup, Nigel has been nominated for the Best Newcomer Award for his sold-out show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2019, and sold out multiple runs throughout the UK and Europe. His TV credits include Comedy Central's Stand Up Central and Roast Battle, BBC Two's Mock The Week and ITV's Jonathan Ross Comedy Club. Nigel also hosts Rice To Meet You, a hugely popular comedy podcast. Check out Nigel's YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/mrnigelng. Moderated by Albert Chan. Visit g.co/TalksAtGoogle/UncleRoger to watch the video of this event.
This week the TV Boys it down to discuss one of their all time favorite creators. The practically incomparable Seth MacFarlane. From 90's cartooning to space faring sci-fi adventures he has been a part of some of the most watched, well received and controversial shows of all time.
Ryan Tomlin, based out of Leeds in UK, became an author at the age of 17. He loved the experience so much he decided that being a successful and best selling author was his ultimate goal. He sent his book to publishers all over. Alas, the only one who agreed to publish asked for 2500 pounds in payment. After that he wrote four more books- all of them rejected by publishers. Till, on his 20th birthday he started writing what later became his 5th book - The Transition. He decided to self publish it on Amazon Kindle. But the way he sold the book was on the streets, with flyers and whiteboards, whilst talking to people and promoting the book. It became a self-published best seller. And then he hit upon the idea of an open air street Poetry Store. And he started selling his poems for 20 pence each. He didn't earn millions but enough for it to become his regular job. And then he wanted to do something bigger - and so he started poetry busking, performing his poetry on the streets of Leeds. And lo and behold, he's since performed at Farsley Festival, Yorkshire Day and in An Evening of Authors. He has been featured on the EPOCH documentary series PEOPLE, as well as Made In Leeds TV, BBC Yorkshire, and BBC Two's Politics Live. This week we've asked Ryan Tomlin to completely take over the floor. You can get more of Ryan's poems on his website or his Instagram account. His best-selling book The Transition can be bought at Amazon. Uncut Poetry has started a new Podcast called Red River Sessions (on Spotify, iTunes, Pocket Casts, etc), where we will talk to published poets, about their poetry, their craft and what haunts them. It is brought to you by Red River, which is the premier independent publisher of poetry books, and Uncut Poetry. I am Sunil Bhandari. I am a poet based out of India. My book of poetry 'Of Love and Other Abandonments' was an Amazon bestseller. My second book is 'Of Journeys & Other Ways to Get Lost'. Both are available on Amazon. Follow me on Instagram at @sunilgivesup. Get in touch with me on email@example.com The details of the music used in this episode are as follows - Melodic Interlude Two by Alexander Nakarada Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/6394-melodic-interlude-two License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license 1000 Lichter by Sascha Ende® Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/3161-1000-lichter License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Flucht (Romeos Erbe) by Sascha Ende® Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/3146-flucht-romeos-erbe- License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Imagefilm 044 by Sascha Ende® Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/3241-imagefilm-044 License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
This week The TV Boys sit down to discuss the TV Hall of Fame icon, Alan Alda. Whether acting in the role of Hawkeye or being himself on PBS he's always a fan favorite. *We had some audio issues this week, part of the growing pains of new tech, we should have things back to our normal perfect clarity next week.*
Patrick Kielty joins Scott Bryan and Hayley Campbell for reviews of Cooking with Paris Hilton on Netflix, The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family on BBC Two. Plus, Niamh Algar drops by (via zoom) to chat about Deceit on Channel 4.
Kelly Anne Byrne marks the tenth anniversary of the death of Amy Winehouse, Amy's mother has narrated a new documentary on BBC Two, John Maguire & Ruth Barton review films, Riders of Justice & World to Come, Bareback horse racing is a tradition central to Native American culture, Kim Bartley's documentary Pure Grit, galwayfilmfleadh.com/
Chart-topping New York post-punk group Blondie have more than 40 years of chart success under their belts and in 2019 they decided to travel to play some concerts in Havana Cuba. We speak with singer Debbie Harry about the warmth of the reception they received, about integrating local styles and musicians in their set and much more. A new EP is about to be released which shows the fruits of their labour. This Friday marks 10 years since Amy Winehouse died. In a new film 'Reclaiming Amy' to be shown on BBC Two, director Marina Parker spoke to her friends and her mum Janis to get their side of her story, and how Amy's life and death affected them. She explains to John about working with them and showing the world a different side of the singer. Natalie Williams and Troy Miller both worked with Amy Winehouse. They delve into her musicianship and reassess her legacy as a singer, jazz musician and song writer.