The inimitable Tim Balme and the charming Samuel Austin, both players in Auckland Theatre Company's Nell Gwynn, join Geneva in studio to talk King Charles II, (mattress) actresses and Reformation goodtimes.
This week Sam takes a look at the final studio album from Manchester indie band the Smiths. Released in September 1987, "Strangeways, Here We Come" came out after the band broke up, but is now considered by both Morrissey and Johnny Marr to be the band's best album.
This week Sam takes a look at the debut album from British singer/songwriter Elvis Costello. Released in 1977, "My Aim Is True" is considered to be one of the best debut albums of all time and the best albums of the 1970s.
This week Sam takes a look at the self-titled second studio album from Bristol trip hop group Portishead. Released in 1997, "Portishead" is considered a classic from the trip hop movement and one of the best albums released in 1997.
This week Sam takes a look at the debut album by Pink Floyd "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn." Released in 1967, this album is considered one of the great psychedelic rock albums from the 1960s and is a great example of the work the band did with Syd Barrett.