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A Talk Show The Way It Should Be Done: Raw, Honest And Very, Very Funny!

Son of a fireman, Garry trained under the legendary Paul Foot on the Socialist Worker – and was promptly placed under surveillance by the British security services.

They’re probably still listening.

As show business editor of The Sun, he became in Ross Kemp’s words, “the most feared critic in the business”. He’s written best-selling biographies and two gripping crime novels, and he is deeply associated with British youth cults, rock, punk and Ska bands.

Garry has discovered new talent by the bucket-load, managed bands, championed working class comics and notched up a Number One hit. His #1 rated ITV series Bushell On The Box trounced Coronation Street for audience share.

Garry also hosts THE HUNGRY & THE HUNTED – Litopia’s new and alternative music show… featuring rock and pop as it should be!

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Garry Bushell

Garry Bushell

Garry is a Taurus, as if you didn’t know

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The Ruts

Widely Regarded As One Of The Greatest Punk Bands Of All Time

Whatever Happened To… The Stranglers?

Altogether Now... No More Heroes Any More...

Women Who Rock – Pride, Passion & Prejudice

It's Different For Girls... Rock-Climbing For Women

Steve Diggle – Still A Buzz, Cock

A Tour-De-Force Of Punks On Tour

Patti Boulaye: From Strife To Stardom

All She Wanted Was To Be A Nun... But She Ended Up A Star Instead

The Cargo Cult of Europe

In Or Out? Gal Shakes It All About With Socialist Brian Denny

Flexipop – When Plastic Was Fantastic!

Lovingly Recreating The Zeitgeist Of The Nineteen Eighties...

When Garry Met Steven Berkoff

Belching Fire & Spewing Brimstone, Berkoff Will Charm You & Bite Your Head Off

The Golden Years of British TV Comedy

Colin Edmonds - A Scriptwriter At The Top Of His Game

Terry Alderton – The Voices In My Head

"Exceptional, curiously lovable, & the sort of person you pray never sits next to you on a train" says the Telegraph

Breaking Bard

A Brave New Wave Of Radical Wordsmiths Is Taking Poetry Back To The Streets

Roger Scruton – The Last Englishman

“There was a time when all my books were slaughtered...”

Rhoda Dakar: Cleaning In Another Woman’s Kitchen

Why Beyoncé Is No Feminist, And How Brian Eno Is Too Full Of Himself