TV & Radio

Kirsty has popped up on a few radio and TV shows over the past 20 years.

From her first TV appearance on “Song For Europe” with the brilliant Tony Moore (to whom she owes much of her career) in 2001 – filmed at the BBC’s Top Of The Pops studios (they didn’t win but Kirsty still has the cowboy hat)…

To appearances on the Graham Norton show with Phil Nichol in 2007, dressed as Daisy Duke, singing about doing things to Daisy Duke, while Daisy Duke herself (Catherine Bach) looked on…

and at the end of the show, playing a crazy stalker…

Through to being resident pianist on Al Murray’s Great British Pub Quiz in 2019…

You may have also spotted Kirsty on the following programmes:

The World Stands Up – with Mitch Benn
Brainiac – playing oboe on helium
Comedy Shuffle – with Phil Nichol
Match Of The Day – with Charlie Baker
The One Show – with Jess Robinson
Blue Peter – with Jess Robinson
Derren Brown’s Something Wicked This Way Comes – this was an accident, she caught a paper and inadvertently became part of a trick
Love Song – in the house band
All Together Now – one of the 100 music industry judges

Radio credits include:

(BBC Radio 4)
Mitch Benn’s Crimes Against Music with Mitch Benn, Robin Ince, Tash Baylis & various guest stars
Arthur Smith Sings Leonard Cohen, Again
Loose Ends
BBC Radio 4 Xtra
BBC Radio 6 Music – Jon Holmes, Clare Grogan
BBC London Robert Elms
BBC Radio Scotland – Fred MacAuley, Janice Forsyth,

There are loads more but Kirsty’s memory is very patchy.

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