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Nicky Horne Is Top Pick

on January 27, 1999

Time Out UK (January 27 - Febuary 3) has selected the Nicky Horne/David Bowie Interview as their "Pick of the Week"in Radio this week. David Bowie will be Nicky Horne's guest on Sunday, January 31st from 5 - 6pm GMT.

Just a reminder:
If you are in the UK, you can call David with your questions on 0500 1053 89. Talk-Radio can be found at 1053 and 1089 MW (Medium Wave). Outside the UL but still want to be involved? Then email your questions to David in the Talk Radio studio (questions@davidbowie.co.uk).

Stay tuned for more information on the webcast!

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Post 2070

on January 26, 1999

Ronan Keating, of the Irish pop vocal quintet Boyzone will chat with David Bowie for our next chat event, this Saturday, January 30th, 1999.



Since their formation in 1993, Boyzone has reached superstar status in Europe, Asia and Latin America with 11 Top 5 singles and three consecutive No. 1 albums. The bands hit "No Matter What" was named Record of the Year in the UK in 1998

More details and exact times to follow.
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Goth Oddity

on January 26, 1999

Cleopatra Records have released a collection of David Bowie covers entitled "Goth Oddity". The album features well known goth bands such as Gene Loves Jezebel, Alien Sex Fiend, and Christian Death. The album is readily available at most popular online stores. We also hear that there will be a second volume sometime in the future

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Heroes

on January 26, 1999

Just to let you know, here is the final track listing for The HeroesCharity album "Access All Areas".

Heroes (DavidBowie/Brian Eno)
Let's Dance (DavidBowie)
Come Up And See Me (SteveHarley/Cockney Rebel)
School's Out (Alice Cooper)
Another Brick In The Wall (Pink Floyd)
I Wanna Break Free (Queen)
You Really Got Me (The Kinks)
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For (U2)

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Let Freedom Ring

on January 26, 1999

Is the Internet good or bad for European culture? Yesterday, the BBC held an international debateon the concerns that European culture might be threatened by the lack of regulation on the World Wide Web.

UltraStar's Ron Roy delivers a strong voice for the Internet and it's future. Ron was joined by Mark Reid, and Paul Jessop, Technical Director of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. Check it out at http://www.bbc.co.uk. There is even a Real Audio clip of the debate.Go Ron!

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