Category Archives: OST

OST 20.10.2012 – BBC Records Special

Soundtracks, library and television music plus other assorted ephemera brought to you this week by Robin The Fog. Having just released ‘The Ghosts Of Bush’, a well-received LP of his recordings of the former World Service building Bush House and earning himself the title of ‘The BBC’s Resident Hauntologist’, it seemed only good and right to invite Mr. Fog to present a special edition of the programme looking at the BBC’s own in-house label and some of the weird and wonderful records they’ve put out over the years. Expect music for home movies, movement and mime, sound effects and even a few sailors, as well as a couple of extracts from the LP that some claim ‘may be the last piece of true radiophonics’. You’ll also discover the meaning of the phrase ‘taking down with birds’ and improve your German. Kinky…

For further information, the complete tracklist and a further listen to ‘The Ghosts Of Bush’ visit

OST 30.06.2012 – DJ Format

Soundtracks, library music and a generous helping of phat [sic] beatz [sic] with Jonny Trunk. This week homegrown Hip Hop artist and extraordinary record collector DJ Format (Aka Matt) joins Jonny in the broomcupboard to. Prepare yourself for two hours of quite brilliant film and library music from his enviable collection…

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OST 24.03.2012 – ITC, The Saint and Cars Special with Andrews Roberts

Jonny Trunk is joined by Andrews “Aspergers” Roberts, one of the great factual dustbins in the UK. Andrews is incredible, and knows dangerous amounts about vintage TV and film. Here he chooses to hang out and talk about ITC, The Saint and cars a lot. An awful lot. Completely brilliant, but you may find your brain starting to seep out of your ears well before the end…

OST 14.04.2012 – Fenella Fielding, Darling…

Soundtrack, library, television and other raunchy swaggering with Jonny Trunk

This week’s podcast (and the first for ages, sorry about that) is from April 2012 when the gorgeous Carry On thespian legend Fenella Fielding brought her rich, velvety tones to the studio and Jonny almost to his knees with excitement. After some initial trouble mic-ing the dear lady, we moved onto a playlist of some of her greatest moments, including a big bad mouse, an incredibly rare and incredibly sensual, erotic, aerobic workout flexidisc and lots of giggling. There was also a touch of hysteria generated by the competition, which must rank as one of the most demented OST phone-ins ever.  Left us all panting…


OST 06.11.2004 – DJ Food Sesame Street Special

Soundtracks, library and television music with Jonny Trunk. Something of a curveball for you this week, as rather than bring you the recent DJ Food episode (don’t worry, it’s coming!), the man otherwise known as Mr. Strictly Kev has been kind enough to send us a copy of his original OST appearance way back in 2004. We’re more than delighted to have it, partly because we weren’t terribly good at archiving ourselves back then, but mostly because at the time Kev was knee-deep in a project unearthing long-lost gems from deep within the vaults of the former Children’s Television Workshop. Yes, this week it’s all about Sesame Street and Kev brings us a selection full to bursting with tracks that you simply haven’t heard. The seven-minute performance of ‘Superstition’ is worth it alone, but that’s barely the tip of the iceberg. We’ve given you Sesame Street specials on these podcast pages before, but THIS is the original and the material here is largely unreleased. Indeed Robin The Fog was so excited that he had to sit down for a week…

OST 07.04.21012 – David Cain Radiophonics Special

Soundtracks, library music and other agreeable delights with Jonny Trunk.
This week – David Cain! WOW! In the mid 1960s the BBC Radiophonic Workshop was home to three important figures: Delia Derbyshire, John Baker and today’s very special guest. Coming all the way from Poland on his way to a Maths conference, David pops in to talk Radiophonics with our man Trunk.
Set course for two hours in the company of a radiophonic legend.

OST 04.02.2012 – Fiona Staniland’s Morricone In Love

Soundtracks, library music and other dirty smut with Jonny Trunk. Today he’s joined by Fiona Staniland, Morricone fan and now artist interpreting the wordless work of the maestro. Over the last year Fiona has been developing a show simply called “Morricone In Love” where, backed by her quintet (and the original films), performs the stunning music written for the underground Giallo movies of the 1968 – 1972 period. Fiona also treated us to a live performance of a couple of her favourites in anticpation of her sold-out show at Richmix in Bethnal Green Rd. And all this in spite of Robin and Kacper’s failed attempt got Jonny’s ancient Copycat echo machine working and provide the lady with some reverb. It’s probably still in the Resonance skip if anyone wants it…

OST 13.03.2010 – Bill Brewster’s DJ History Special

Soundtracks, library and televisual soundtrack-type shenanigans with Jonny Trunk. Today’s archive podcast is yet another show from 2010, when your host was joined by author, DJ, and crate-digging authority Bill Brewster. Co-founder of the highly influential ‘DJ History’ website, which started as a simple DJ and music forum and then mutated and grown into a publisher, label and reference point for legions of ‘clued-up DJs, record collectors and unshaven misanthropes’. Something tells me the average OST listener would fit right in!

OST 09.01.2010 – Andy Weatherall

Film soundtracks, library and television music with Jonny Trunk. Due to popular demand here it is, our Andy Weatherall special from 2010.
‘What a guy, what records!’ said Jonny, who is rarely impressed by anything, which just goes to show what a momentous occasion it was when the producer, musician, DJ and all-round genius paid us a visit. What more needs to be said?

OST 06.03.2010 – Moon Wiring Club

Film soundtracks, library and television music with Jonny Trunk. Kicking off this latest blast of missives from the OST archive we’re delighted to unveil this very special edition from 2010 featuring Moon Wiring Club!
The man described by The Advisory Circle as ‘the inevitable Mr Ian Hodgson’ joins us in the studio to play some of his favourite records and a smattering of his own ‘delightfully other’ recordings. Speaking of which, this podcast is rather well-timed, as he just so happens to have a new album ‘Clutch It Like A Gonk’ out right now. And it’s rather super. Like this show. So get downloading!