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Word In Your Ear

Mark Ellen, David Hepworth and Alex Gold
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Mark Ellen and David Hepworth have been talking about and writing about music together and individually for a collective eighty years in magazines like Smash Hits, Mojo and The Word and on radio and TV programmes like "Rock On", "Whistle Test" and VH-1. more


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 26 ratings
  • So glad to see this podcast had been revived... was the first one I ever listened to back in the 90s when the mag was still in print. True professionals of the music industry with a wealth of knowledge.

    Podcast Addict
    7 months ago
  • Very fine verbal journalism

    Mark and David very engagingly and hugely knowledgeably talk about their passion for music primarily and tangents that come off of that love. Very nice on the ear indeed. Spread the Word.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdoma year ago
  • Surrogate fathers

    I consider David Hepworth and Mark Ellen my surrogate dads. Full of stories and interesting angles on popular culture backed by an honest egoless approach and completely unapologetic about who they are. Top top listen every week.

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia2 years ago
  • Fraudulent.

    This podcast is two random boomers talking about classic rock. They title their episodes inaccurately to make it seem like they are interviewing music artists and critics.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Great raconteurs, as sharp as ever!

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    Dom Hooley
    2 years ago

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