Neil plays in a group in Newcastle called Dust: Their most popular song is a preposterous affair he has written called "Can you hear the dawn break?". They are heavily influenced by The Incredible String Band. "We were convinced we would become terribly famous. It was a very kind of stoned seventies but we used to think it was absolutely brilliant at the time".
On This Day
Chris and Neil tour Aztec pyramids and temples in Mexico while on a brief break during the Latin American leg of their DiscoVery tour.
The Boys attend a rehearsal of David Almond's play My Dad's a Birdman, for which they have written songs and music.
This evening, at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall, the BBC Concert Orchestra performs a program titled Exstatica, consisting of works that convey 'states of ecstasy' in various forms. Among the works performed is a specially commissioned setting of the PSB song 'I Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind of Thing,' arranged by Richard Niles and sung by soprano Kate Winter. The concert is broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.