Ian Prowse and Mick Ord discuss the career of Lindisfarne musician Alan Hull with documentary producer Ged Clarke. The songwriter penned hits such as ‘Lady Eleanor’ and ‘Fog On The Tyne’ but relatively little is known about his work away from the North East.
Ged joined the boys after the airing of his hugely popular BBC documentary featuring Sam Fender, Sting and Elvis Costello to name a few.
The documentary is available on iPlayer for 12 months
Lady Eleanor by Lindisfarne which Hull wrote ( based on the Edgar Allan Poe short story The Fall of the House of Usher)
One More Bottle of Wine – Alan Hull
Breakfast – Alan Hull
Statues and Liberties – Alan Hull
The Money Game (on standby – we may not play this one) Alan Hull
January Song – Lindisfarne (from their best-selling album ‘Fog on the Tyne’)
The documentary is available on BBC Iplayer here: BBC Doc
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