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 1   Pete Atkin / Gigs / Next Pheasantry night: April 16th  Today at 20:05 
Started by S J Birkill | Newest post by S J Birkill
Well, this is starting to look like a residency!
 
Once more the songs of James and Atkin will grace the cellars of Pizza Express's Kings Road venue, as Pete returns with Simon Wallace to The Pheasantry on Thursday 16th April. As of today their booking page is still listing the 9th January event ('sold out'), but the new date should be listed before too long.
 
Steve
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 2   Pete Atkin / Gigs / Re: Last night at the Pheasantry 9th January 2020  13.01.20 at 13:39 
Started by Seán Kelly | Newest post by Seán Kelly
Pete and Clive at 5p more than Sir John Betjeman?  A great moment for Clive there  Smiley
 
Thumbs up back to all review thumbs-uppers  Wink
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 3   Pete Atkin / Gigs / Re: Spare Ticket for Pheasantry Gig - 9 January  06.01.20 at 20:37 
Started by Jeremy Pymer | Newest post by Jeremy Pymer
This is still, remarkably, available.
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 4   Pete Atkin / News / 'Pete and Clive' - Radio 4 Extra  05.01.20 at 20:54 
Started by S J Birkill | Newest post by S J Birkill
Three opportunities to hear again the 'Pete and Clive' programme from 2015, rebroadcast on BBC Radio 4 Extra tomorrow (Monday) at 13:30, 20:30 and at 01:30 on Tuesday morning. Thanks to Douglas Fergus for the alert; don't forget also his MV reminder to all of us about the repeat broadcasts of Clive's 'Unreliable Memoirs', currently running on BBC Radio 4. In fact there's a fine stash of Clive's material currently available across the BBC's channels, see their schedules.
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 5   Pete Atkin / News / Unreliable Memoirs  28.12.19 at 16:55 
Started by Douglas Fergus | Newest post by Douglas Fergus
Apologies if this has already been flagged up, but this account of Clive's early years is being re-broadcast on BBC Radio 4 fm as Book of the Week beginning Monday 30th December 9.45am repeated 12.30am
 
Douglas
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 6   Pete Atkin / News / Re: Hillside Music: stock situation  19.12.19 at 19:54 
Started by S J Birkill | Newest post by S J Birkill

 
I'm pleased to announce that The Colours Of The Night is now back in stock at the Hillside Music online shop, perhaps just in time for delivery before Christmas.
 
Steve
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 7   Pete Atkin / Music / Re: Pete Atkin in Punch!  15.12.19 at 22:36 
Started by Revelator | Newest post by Seán Kelly
"Reissued in triumph"! And so it came to pass Smiley  Many thanks for finding this piece Revelator!
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 8   Pete Atkin / Gigs / Re: The Pheasantry - Dates for 2020  12.12.19 at 19:04 
Started by S J Birkill | Newest post by S J Birkill
Now booking:
The Pheasantry, Thursday, January 9th.
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 9   Pete Atkin / Newsletter / Pete's December newsletter  11.12.19 at 19:30 
Started by S J Birkill | Newest post by S J Birkill
"It's tough having to face up to the reality that he's simply not there any more - and that all that vast amount of stuff that he knew has just evaporated. But he had done his damnedest to make sure that he left us plenty to be getting on with. He had educated us into the continuing expectation that there would always be something else:  another poem, another column. Or indeed another book."
 
Pete has just circulated his latest newsletter, the fifth issue of 2019, dedicated, naturally, to Clive. Read it, and the entire newsletter archive, and sign up to the mailing list if you wish, here - https://www.peteatkin.com/newsletter.htm.
 
Steve
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 10   Pete Atkin / News / Re: Goodbye Clive  10.12.19 at 08:14 
Started by SharkTrager | Newest post by Ian Chippett
Jeremy wrote "He maybe would have demurred politely at the thought, but without doubt, he could always justifiably have expected to be remembered." Yes, Clive CAN expect to be remembered. We DID catch him being such a fool...thanks Clive. Perhaps Pete could be persuaded to drag out some of their unrecorded songs for another album?
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