Joe Jackson is a journalist, interviewer, author and IMRO-Award nominated radio presenter/producer. He has interviewed roughly 1,400 people in the world of the ...
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Jimmy Savile 2001. Joe Jackson Attempting to Unmask a Monster
A new drama, starring Steve Coogan as Jimmy Savile, will soon air on BBC television. It feels like a good time to revisit my 2001 interview with Savile
Bono and Joe Jackson In Search of the ”King” Elvis
Elvis brought rock 'n' roll to Las Vegas and ended up hating it because it stole his soul, he said. Bono is now on Elvis's stomping ground. So I'm reposting this podcast
Bono: ”If you serve money-making you sell out your vision.” Has U2 in Vegas sold out?
I am reposting this to offset the tsunami of hype surrounding U2's show at the Sphere
’Don’t believe the U2 hype.’ What if history proves the U2 story was a lie? Eamon Dunphy
The world is awash with media hype about U2 and their Las Vegas gig, so I am reposting this podcast.
Richard Harris 2001 ”Women and men do not get on! We do not like each other!”
This was a provocative section of an interview when I first published it in 1987. It remained as controversial in 2022 when I included it in my book Richard Harris: Raising Hell and Reaching for Heaven
Joe Jackson is a journalist, interviewer, author and IMRO-Award nominated radio presenter/producer. He has interviewed roughly 1,400 people in the world of the arts, politics, and entertainment for all major media outlets in Ireland, including RTE Radio 1, The Sunday Independent, The Irish Times, and Hot Press. His articles have been published globally in magazines such as Vox, Rolling Stone, and Snoozer. His radio shows include The Years Go Pop, 26 one-hour documentaries a 26 on the history of popular culture, People Get Ready, 52 one-hour documentaries on the greatest music acts of the 20th century, and Under The Influence, which was nominated for a 'Best Music series' award. In 2018, his documentary about Elvis Presley, Conversations about the King, was nominated for an IMRO Award in the 'Best Music Documentary' category.