Different Every Time

Episodes

EpisodeFirst
Broadcast
RepeatedComments
012015010520190916 (BBC7)
20190917 (BBC7)

Marcus O'Dair's biography of Robert Wyatt, a musical cult cum national treasure, is abridged in 5 parts by Katrin Williams:

1. A happy childhood surrounded by influential family, plus a love of jazz and a sense of the absurd. Then the young Wyatt starts to play drums.

Reader Julian Rhind-Tutt

Producer Duncan Minshull

The story of Robert Wyatt, celebrated as a cultish national treasure in the music world.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

022015010620190917 (BBC7)
20190918 (BBC7)

Marcus O'Dair's biography of Robert Wyatt, a musical cult cum national treasure, is abridged in 5 parts by Katrin Williams:

2. Wyatt perfects his drumming style, even practicing at the Mallorca home of
poet Robert Graves. Then he gets married and afterwards it's the emergence
of The Soft Machine, playing psychedelic pop 'happenings' and 'freak outs'.

Reader Julian Rhind-Tutt

Producer Duncan Minshull

The story of Robert Wyatt, celebrated as a cultish national treasure in the music world.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

032015010720190918 (BBC7)
20190919 (BBC7)

Marcus O'Dair's biography of Robert Wyatt, a musical cult cum national treasure,
is abridged in 5 parts by Katrin Williams:

3. In 1970 Wyatt splits with Soft Machine and goes on to play with Matching Mole.
Three years later, at a party in London, comes the moment that will change his life
forever..

Reader Julian Rhind-Tutt

Producer Duncan Minshull

The story of Robert Wyatt, celebrated as a cultish national treasure in the music world

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

042015010820190919 (BBC7)
20190920 (BBC7)

Marcus O'Dair's biography of Robert Wyatt, a musical cult cum national treasure,
is abridged in 5 parts by Katrin Williams:

4. He records the sublime song Shipbuilding, with Elvis Costello and Clive Langer.
After that, some great records follow, penned and arranged at his home in Louth,
Lincolnshire.

Reader Julian Rhind-Tutt

Producer Duncan Minshull

The story of Robert Wyatt, celebrated as a cultish national treasure in the music world.

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

052015010920190920 (BBC7)
20190921 (BBC7)

Marcus O'Dair's biography of Robert Wyatt, a musical cult cum national treasure,
is abridged in 5 parts by Katrin Williams:

5. Wyatt curates a very successful Meltdown Festival in London. We learn about
'le trac' - his particular form of stage fright - and meet some of his famous
collaborators..

Reader Julian Rhind-Tutt

Producer Duncan Minshull

The story of Robert Wyatt, celebrated as a cultish national treasure in the music world

Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres

012015010520150106 (R4)

Jazz, pop and word games, along with family and friends, influence Wyatt's early years.

Marcus O'Dair's biography of Robert Wyatt, a musical cult cum national treasure, is abridged in 5 parts by Katrin Williams:

1. A happy childhood surrounded by influential family, plus

a love of jazz and a sense of the absurd. Then the young

Wyatt starts to play drums..

Reader Julian Rhind-Tutt

Producer Duncan Minshull.

Producer Duncan Minshull.

022015010620150107 (R4)

With his band the Soft Machine, Wyatt plays at psychedelic pop happenings and freak outs.

Marcus O'Dair's biography of Robert Wyatt, a musical cult cum national treasure, is abridged in 5 parts by Katrin Williams:

2. Wyatt perfects his drumming style, even practicing at the Mallorca home of

poet Robert Graves. Then he gets married and afterwards it's the emergence

of The Soft Machine, playing psychedelic pop 'happenings' and 'freak outs'.

Reader Julian Rhind-Tutt

Producer Duncan Minshull.

Producer Duncan Minshull.

032015010720150108 (R4)

After the accident, it is life in a wheelchair. Robert adapts his playing and singing.

Marcus O'Dair's biography of Robert Wyatt, a musical cult cum national treasure,

is abridged in 5 parts by Katrin Williams:

3. In 1970 Wyatt splits with Soft Machine and goes on to play with Matching Mole.

Three years later, at a party in London, comes the moment that will change his life

forever..

Reader Julian Rhind-Tutt

Producer Duncan Minshull.

Producer Duncan Minshull.

042015010820150109 (R4)

After the success of the song Shipbuilding, various memorable albums follow.

Marcus O'Dair's biography of Robert Wyatt, a musical cult cum national treasure,

is abridged in 5 parts by Katrin Williams:

4. He records the sublime song Shipbuilding, with Elvis Costello and Clive Langer.

After that, some great records follow, penned and arranged at his home in Louth,

Lincolnshire.

Reader Julian Rhind-Tutt

Producer Duncan Minshull.

Producer Duncan Minshull.

052015010920150110 (R4)

Wyatt much enjoys curating the Meltdown Festival at London's Southbank.

Marcus O'Dair's biography of Robert Wyatt, a musical cult cum national treasure,

is abridged in 5 parts by Katrin Williams:

5. Wyatt curates a very successful Meltdown Festival in London. We learn about

'le trac' - his particular form of stage fright - and meet some of his famous

collaborators..

Reader Julian Rhind-Tutt

Producer Duncan Minshull.

Producer Duncan Minshull.