Sky Arts series features Strummer

Good morning and thanks for dropping in. I’ve only got a few minutes so just time to point you in the direction of one thing. I’m not in the mood today and I’ll blame it on Bayern Munich and referees, fair enough?

You may have noticed the recent Sky Arts broadcast ‘Video Killed the Radio Star – Joe Strummer’ and I wanted to point out that if you’re in the UK and have a Sky subscription you can watch the video on demand. I’m still checking daily to see if the video gets uploaded somewhere, ultimately it probably will. I also think that you can get Sky in other European markets but I could be wrong, you’d perhaps know better than me so put me right in the comments. The link for video on demand on ‘Sky Go’ is right here. For now I’ve just the preview video to share.

I don’t think there was much, if any, new footage in the episode and a great deal was interviews with Pogues manager Frank Murray and Shane MacGowan looking at Joe’s post-Clash experiences. All the same I’d really like to see it. If you’ve seen it and think it’s worth our time let me know too.

You can click on the image below to be taken to the preview snippet.

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Click image to go to Sky preview video

Right, I have to get back to what pays the bills – back tonight if all goes well, have a good one.

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