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Interview : Aloha Magazine : June 2002
The June 2002 edition of Aloha magazine (Netherlands) includes a new interview with David. Although there is not a website available, if you follow the links to these message board posts from Regina, you can see some of the text translated, and some rather wonderful new photographs. 1 2
Interview : BBC Radio 4 : 06/07/02
If you missed David's BBC Radio 4 interview yesterday, you can listen to the version streaming online, here. Although the interviewer may not have been quite on the same wavelength as David, there were still some wonderful insights into the making of 'Heathen' and David as a person. Among many topics, David talked about the questions he has asked via his writing and said "by the time I do my last album, I'll only have one question." Don't miss this one.
Langley Kids Re-visited : This Is London : 05/30/02
For those of you wondering just how the Langley Schools Music Project (11/09/01 SNIPPET: BOWIEPHILES) is to be re-visited for Meltdown, there is an article online at This Is London, entitled 'Bowie arranges a class act'. They say :-
"Bowie's admiration has now led to his decision to recreate the project in London, using nine choirs from eight Lambeth schools, as part of his Meltdown festival at the Festival Hall next month. Rehearsals are well under way. As I enter the music room at Clapham's Bonneville primary school, 11-year-old Stephanie Davis is learning to play the space-age guitar part of the Bowie hit... Bowie's inclusion of the children's choirs... is testament to the enduring appeal of a project that Fenger never expected to be heard outside the schools involved - never mind across the world in another country's premier concert hall."
Lambeth schools recreate the Langley Project on June 21 in The Ballroom at the Festival Hall at 5.30pm (admission free).