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The Quad Goose
November 09, 2015 05:00 AM PST
Join us as we celebrate the iconic Mod movie, Quadrophenia, set to be re-staged as an immersive cinematic experience in the near future. We give you not just a fantastic (and surprising...)playlist but also an exclusive interview with Gary Shail, who played Spider in the original 1979 movie.
This show is dedicated to the memory of the much - loved Cardiff musician Mark Humphries xThe 'S' Goose
October 15, 2015 09:15 AM PDT
This one features an exclusive interview with Adrian Holder, of The Moment(from Moke Studios, home of Infenzo Records, Germany). There is also a simply stunning setlist of songs, note the letter S...2 Tone Goose
April 30, 2015 01:44 PM PDT
In the midst of the 2015 UK elections, the Loose Goose Radio Show looks back on Two Tone, its movers and shakers and the messages behind the music. This show is presented by Steve Johnson and Peter Jachimiak. It might make you dance to a different tune...
The 'Mod Girls' Goose
February 23, 2015 06:05 AM PST
This one is a bit special. Dr Peter Jachimiak interviews Russell C Brennan:music producer, musician, songwriter, author, poet and photographer, and head of Waterloo Sunset Records and Future Legend Records. It also features the first chance to hear brand new material from the Moment: Taken from the Moment's, soon to be released, album 'The Only Truth Is Music'...Loose Goose - Inner, Outer Space
January 20, 2015 06:58 AM PST
I'm joined by Dr Peter Jachimiak to welcome the new album by Paul Weller, 'Saturn's Patterns' by going off on a cosmic vibe.
This, particularly eclectic edition of the Loose Goose Radio Show, is dedicated to the memory of my father, Peter Raymond Johnson. Dad passed away on 06/01/2015.
This show includes contributions from Pink Floyd, The Rah Band, Droids, Jean Michel Jarre, Paul Weller, and the voice of Bagpuss, Oliver Postgate...Loose Goose (Unmasked 1980's Mod Music)
March 18, 2013 05:48 AM PDT
Here is a second chance to hear this edition of the Loose Goose, celebrating lesser known Mod Music. I was delighted to be joined by Dr Peter Jachimiak (the 'Mod Guru') for this show. We trawled though the work of many under-recognised Mod acts who did some great material in the 1980's, largely ignored by the music press of the time. We also provided an exclusive chance to hear the (as the time unreleased) new single from The Moment. We included songs from The Truth, The Risk, The Blades, The Jetset, The Gents and many more...
Rev up your Vespa and fill your Mod boots! Another Mod - inspired Loose Goose is coming soon with further exclusives...All Our Saturdays - 25 Years of Ocean Colour Scene
February 21, 2014 09:22 AM PST
Ocean Colour Scene have now been together for 25 years! To celebrate the fact, Steve Johnson was joined on the Loose Goose by the 'Mod Guru', Peter Jachimiak to look back at their back catalogue and talk about their influences on popular culture..."Take a stroll with 'Leafy Lane' - Ronnie Lane and the Rural"
March 12, 2014 05:06 AM PDT
I'm once again joined for the Loose Goose Radio Show by Dr Peter Jachimiak. This time we are discussing the life and times of the guitarist/singer/songwriter Ronnie Lane. The programme features music from Ronnie, Slim Chance, the Faces and the The Small Faces. It also discusses his conscious move 'from the urban to the rural'...The Skewen Goose
July 22, 2014 06:24 AM PDT
This show celebrates the publication of the new book by Dr Peter Hughes Jachimiak based on recollections of his childhood home, Ivy Cottage, Skewen. The show primarily focuses on music, memories and memorabilia from the 1970's. The title of the book is 'Remembering the Cultural Geographies of a Childhood Home. The eclectic playlist includes contributions from The Kinks, The Jam, Dave, Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mitch and Titch, oh, and Bagpuss...Loose Goose - Style Tribes: space and place
July 01, 2013 08:32 AM PDT
I am joined for this Goose by Dr Peter Jachimiak to take a look back at the 'style tribes', Mods, Punks and New Romantics who regularly spent their late 70's/early 80's weekends at Wren's Wine Bar, in Neath. How does our love of music and association with particular sub-cultures effect us in our later lives? For an hour of great music, some mirth and mind bending memorabilia, take a listen to the Loose Goose...
Monthly late night radio show for adults who love their music and have a sense of humour. Gtfm 107.9 and www.gtfm.co.uk 10pm to midnight, first Thursday night of every month
Steve Johnson is a stalwart of radio. His background encompasses BBC and commercial radio, and his talent for broadcasting has never been given so much freedom as it has on the Loose Goose. Background Steve was born in Wales to a small family of foxes, who raised him as their own. Finally, after being chased by huntsmen in the late 90s, Steve decided to leave the comfortable hole in the ground which had been his home and try for a career in the big, mysterious outside world. Attending catering college, Steve narrowly missed out on praise for his Boeuf Crout and Lobster Bisque, thanks to an interfering coroner. After leaving catering college, again pursued by huntsmen, he decided his future lay infront of a microphone. He applied for a job with BBC Wales, and was accepted as third Presentation concubine. This was a role he kept for a couple of years, until a regular presenter was rendered incapable of speech because of a surfeit of muffins occupying his mouth. Steve leapt in and presented the most wacky, way out, humour filled and original broadcast the station had ever had, which lasted a mammoth three hours - although this was later viewed as somewhat long for a traffic bulletin. After leaving BBC Wales - again slightly faster than the pursuing huntsmen - he joined the commercial sector and was for some years in charge of Laundary FM, the station which serves all the local laundaries throughout the South East Wales transmission area. His brief was to keep his chat to the issues concerning laundary and dry cleaning, and under no circumstance to mention Mongolian BatsMilk Cheese. However, as time passed the lure of mentioning the cheese became too much, and after a much publicised on air breakdown, Steve built a small fortress inside the gents toilet (out of what it is still unclear) and proceeded to do a broadcast lasting some twenty three days, when he also provided the music on his washboard and portable Bontempi organ. Steve left that station sometime later and was employed by Dreadful FM, the station serving South Wales with trite superfluous nonsense interspersed with chart music. The station liner "Dreadful FM, We're FM Dreadful" was never more appropriate but it was here that Steve developed a large following, taking the station reach all the way to just over 7 listeners. Steve left there to work at GTFM, where he works with a fine, talented bunch of broadcasters, and oversees a winning combination of speech and music whilst still hiding from huntsmen. He enjoys good conversation, travel and vindaloo porridge,
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