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Produced by Blue Trumpet for Radio 2RRR, Love & Malice explores 1960s attitudes to sex, love, and romance through the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan.

Episode 10: We all need someone we can lean on

Episode 10: We all need someone we can lean on

Produced by Blue Trumpet for Radio 2RRR, Love & Malice explores 1960s attitudes to sex, love, and romance through the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. Well, we’ve come to the end of the 60s and to the end of the conversation. Brian Jones has left the Rolling Stones and sadly,…

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Episode 9: Please allow me to introduce myself

Episode 9: Please allow me to introduce myself

Produced by Blue Trumpet for Radio 2RRR, Love & Malice explores 1960s attitudes to sex, love, and romance through the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. In this episode, James and Ray look at developments in 1968. The conversation expands to include hugely popular tunes such as Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Hey…

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Episode 8: Who wants yesterday’s papers

Episode 8: Who wants yesterday’s papers

Produced by Blue Trumpet for Radio 2RRR, Love & Malice explores 1960s attitudes to sex, love, and romance through the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. In this episode, James and Ray study the conversation during the course of 1967, a landmark year, especially for the Beatles. The Stones continue to…

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Episode 7: She makes love just like a woman

Episode 7: She makes love just like a woman

Produced by Blue Trumpet for Radio 2RRR, Love & Malice explores 1960s attitudes to sex, love, and romance through the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. In this episode, James and Ray look at the Rolling Stones growing assurance in the aftermath of Aftermath and the release of Paint It Black,…

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Episode 6: Baby baby baby you’re out of time

Episode 6: Baby baby baby you’re out of time

Produced by Blue Trumpet for Radio 2RRR, Love & Malice explores 1960s attitudes to sex, love, and romance through the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. In this episode, James and Ray look the developing conversation. Dylan who entered the debate explosively with 1965’s Like a Rolling Stone, doubles down with…

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Episode 5: Once upon a time you dressed so fine

Episode 5: Once upon a time you dressed so fine

Produced by Blue Trumpet for Radio 2RRR, Love & Malice explores 1960s attitudes to sex, love, and romance through the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. In this episode, James and Ray look at the explosive rise of the Rolling Stones and the mania, some of it violent, they triggered. By…

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Episode 4: Bright are the stars that shine

Episode 4: Bright are the stars that shine

Produced by Blue Trumpet for Radio 2RRR, Love & Malice explores 1960s attitudes to sex, love, and romance through the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. In this episode, James and Ray look at the rise of the titans and their struggle to establish and maintain dominance in the hearts and…

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Episode 3: You’re gonna give your love to me

Episode 3: You’re gonna give your love to me

Produced by Blue Trumpet for Radio 2RRR, Love & Malice explores 1960s attitudes to sex, love, and romance through the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. In this episode, James and Ray look at the escalating Beatlemania of 1963. About a year behind them, the Rolling Stones are still reliant on…

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Episode 2: That’s why I go for that rock and roll music

Episode 2: That’s why I go for that rock and roll music

Produced by Blue Trumpet for Radio 2RRR, Love & Malice explores 1960s attitudes to sex, love, and romance through the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. In this episode, James and Ray look at the inexorable rise of the Beatles and the early songs that in 1963 gave birth to Beatlemania….

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Episode 1: She was just 17 if you know what I mean

Episode 1: She was just 17 if you know what I mean

Produced by Blue Trumpet for Radio 2RRR, Love & Malice explores 1960s attitudes to sex, love, and romance through the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. In this episode we see how the Beatles early songs reflected prevailing attitudes to love, sex and marriage. As Hugh Hefner tells us, the whole…

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