Kate’s interview with Jamie Cullum now available on Dutch radio site By Seán On 19 November 2011 In 50 Words for Snow, Interviews, Kate Bush news, Radio Lovely interview. Listen to Jamie Cullum talk to Kate here. The full interview is on BBC Radio 2 December 6th 7pm GMT Previous Kate expresses her views on events in Tibet Next What to say about Maggie and Kate? 8 Comments Add Comment → Neil Great relaxed interview from an obvious fan and a more insiders view of the way songs are composed and recorded and his respect only increses her reputation. 19 November 2011 Reply Elizabeth Bracy Portland, OR Wonderful! With 50 Words for Snow, I have been feeling this collective sense of happiness and excitement from all: critics, music lovers, us, and Kate! Sean/Peter- EXCELLENT work of keeping up with the dozens of reviews and misc. items. It is much appreciated! But please try to enjoy the weekend 🙂 19 November 2011 Reply Peter I have lots of work to do on HomeGround issue 79! But I will try. 19 November 2011 Reply Neil Agree 100% about being bombarded wth music every second of the day.Just been xmas shopping and if that doesnt bring it home then nothng will. 300 decibel pollution thats just there,not to be listened to but to drive you bonkers. 19 November 2011 Reply Jeff 52 minutes long touches on all the tracks of the new album great energy to it – many laughs shared (thanks for the clear link) 19 November 2011 Reply cwg Sorry if I should know this, but who is that in the picture? 19 November 2011 Reply Seán That is a picture of the English jazz musician and singer Jamie Cullum who interviewed Kate about the new album. 19 November 2011 Reply Nanette Jaime is a really nice-looking guy. Ahem. What a great interview! I think this is the best interview with Kate Bush that I’ve heard in a long time. The American newscaster Barbara Walters once said that the secret to giving a great interview was to know what what the person you were interviewing wanted to talk about. Jaime knew that Kate wanted to talk about music–and he wanted to as well. Perfect. No tiresome questions about being a “recluse”, no questions about Lady Gaga, or Tori Amos. 19 November 2011 Reply Leave a Reply to Neil Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.