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“Visualised Memories” – The Beat is the Law Podcast #2


As a supplement to our post on The Lost Tape, here’s the original interview with director Eve Wood that formed part of our research into this recently unearthed Pulp treasure. Found in Russell Senior’s attic during production of Fanfare for the Common People, an edit of the original footage forms part of Fanfare’s second disc of extras. We discuss its discovery, restoration and reception, the exclusive song ‘The Day that Never Happened’, how archives evolve, Thatcher’s Dead, and using video to visualise memories, amongst other things. This is the second The Beat is the Law podcast.  Enjoy.


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