John Lydon on Public Image, the Pistols, Cliff Richard, Arsenal, Alzheimer's and Atomic Rooster...
This is a rollercoaster as you might imagine, Lydon in Malibu in a high viz shirt - stupid chaotic, moving, . Among the subjects in the firing line...
The most disappointing record ever made.
The emotional charge of live performance.
His despair at the new Dany Boyle-directed mini-series 'Pistol'.
How Beefheart's Trout Mask Replica is "like a Pinter play".
His collaboration with Kate Bush that never happened - and a demonstration of the vocal he wanted to record.
His dislike of the Beatles.
A lost record shop in Finsbury Park "run by an old lady" selling roots rock reggae and metal.
The "steep learning curve" of life as a carer for his wife Nora.
Steve Took of Tyrannosaurus Rex living in the next-door squat.
The overwhelming effect of seeing "Cliff Richards" at the Rainbow when he was five.
The lifelong magnetic pull of Arsenal FC.
... and Chris Isaak, Horace Andy, the Third Ear Band, the Faces, T Rex, the Edgar Broughton Band ("there was a bit of hooligan about them"), Quintessence and the Bee Gees