An Edwardian song by Tom Woottwell, resuscitated for Hallowe’en.
An early George Formby classic, resuscitated for Hallowe’en.
Some pop music from the bands of the Salvation Army. And why not?
Leaving the EU, with Roxy Music and ‘a shell full of memories…’
Robyn Hitchcock sings about Vera Lynn.
A Solihull band brought to you by Norman Tebbit, patron of the arts.
The essential soundtrack for the hardcore fan of the Jeremy Corbyn.
Teddy Brown says that the clouds will soon roll by.
Cyril Smith’s 1934 song resuscitated for Hallowe’en.
A song to which you can read the Panama Papers.
PAUL SAFFER remembers when Ronnie Corbett tackled the scourge of inflation through the medium of novelty pop.
The Pirates rage against political sloganeering. (‘Don’t it make you wanna puke?’)