John Doran


The British Masters

The British Masters: Stuart Braithwaite

After Bryan Ferry, Johnny Marr and John Cale, Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai joins host John Doran to be inducted as a British Master.
The British Masters

Clint Mansell

Since leaving the poster-boys of "grebo" behind for a solo career, Mansell has scored some of the modern history's most impressive films, from Requiem For a Dream to Black Swan.
The British Masters

John Cale

John Doran speaks to Welsh musician John Cale, founding member of The Velvet Underground.
VICE Talks Film

Mike Leigh On the Stories of Ordinary People

John Doran meets the critically acclaimed British director and hero of the kitchen-sink drama to explore the motivations and artistic method behind Mike Leigh's classics.
The British Masters

Adam Ant

In John's own words, Adam Ant's "brand of pop was one of the most berserk and adventurous ever heard, and remains a symbol of what the pure flight of the imagination can achieve."
The British Masters

John Lydon

Lydon airs his opinions on why The Clash have no right to imitate black music and how we won't need governments for much longer.
The British Masters

Luke Haines, Accidental Britpop Inventor and Author

"Today I am talking to Luke Haines, rock star and author. He's a man who's been accused of inventing Britpop -- when his band The Auteurs released their debut album New Wave in 1993.
The British Masters

Gary Numan, Synth Pop Prodigy Meets John Doran

John Doran meets Gary Numan for the second episode of The British Masters, our latest interview series featuring the most influential and colourful figures from British popular music history.