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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 1 Aired 03 February 2008

The gang return after a break for the new year, and Dave Gorman comes in to talk about his new TV show.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 2 Aired 10 February 2008

The wonderful Laura Marling performs 'Ghosts' and 'Alas I Cannot Swim' live.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 3 Aired 17 February 2008

Martin Freeman sits in while Steve's off ill after a dodgy sausage.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 4 Aired 24 February 2008

Doug Walker performs live in the studio and Steve embarrasses himself thinking Ipswich is in the North.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 5 Aired 02 March 2008

Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly perform a live session and Rufus provides a Gentleman's Guide for anyone facing dilemmas of social etiquette.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 6 Aired 09 March 2008

All of Steve's cronies are present and they dedicate the show to film producer Brian Glazer, in an attempt to provide him with the cultural attache he is apparently looking for. Comedian Richard Herring is on the phone talking about Lemsip, stand up and women.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 7 Aired 16 March 2008

The full gang are present for another show, featuring pigeon hole tracks from Elbow, Neon Neon, and the long forgotten James.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 8 Aired 23 March 2008

Steve almost misses the show after being stranded in France by poor weather and Sharon Horgan guests to talk about the new series of her comedy show 'Pulling'.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 9 Aired 30 March 2008

A Ricky anecdote, some rapping, and Nizlopi perform live in the studio.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 10 Aired 06 April 2008

Sammy shocks everyone with the revelation that she's previously done a nude photo shoot and Steve tests out the gang's skills with a music quiz.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 11 Aired 13 April 2008

Music from Fiona Apple, Nancy Sinatra and The Divine Comedy.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 13 Aired 27 April 2008

Live music from Conil, illusionist Derren Brown is in the studio and Steve chats about his BAFTA experience and serial killers.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 14 Aired 18 May 2008

Steve reports on his trip to Cambodia, including being blessed by a monk and reveals the hat he bought to wear on the trip, inspiring much mockery. They also discuss playing Simply Red at a party and James King is on the phone to give us news from the Cannes Film Festival.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 15 Aired 25 May 2008

Eurovision is the topic of discussion, which leads to the question what is Britain good at these days? Turns out, not a lot. Mark Dolan is on the phone to discuss his current TV show about the tallest and shortest people in the world. The gang review Scarlett Johansson's new single, and it gets SLAMMED.


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The Steve Show on BBC 6 Music, Series 3

Episode 16 Aired 01 June 2008

The gang discuss songs which changed their lives, music journalist Sophie Harris, one of the contributors to the book 1000 Songs To Change Your Life joins them to discuss it.


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