SK: Hello! What’s what? Welcome back to CoLab!
WH: It’s WEEK TWOOOOO…
SK: We hope you’re feeling refreshed and ready for a week of brand new ideas. Let’s hit the ground running with a little taster of last Friday night’s performance by Classical Clash.
Cue: Classical Clash bootleg
WH: Now we’ve got heart hip-hopping, let’s take a gander at what to expect from CoLab Week Two.
Cue: Week 2 overview
SK: Now let’s take a listen to another of Friday night’s highlights – An Evening of Charleston.
Cue: An Evening of Charleston bootleg
Cue: Protest Choir chat
SK: We’ll be visiting the Protest Choir tomorrow to find out what they’ve chosen to protest so stay tuned.
WH: Finally for today’s episode, let’s take a look at this day in history. What have you got for us, Sam?
SK: Freddie Mercury made his final public appearance when he joined the rest of Queen on stage at the Brit Awards …
SK: … to collect their award for Outstanding Contributions to Music.
WH: Today, the CoLab podcast team found itself in a room full of harpsichords. We thought we’d recognise Freddie Mercury with a plucky little tune.
Cue: Another One Bites the Dust
SK: We’ll be back tomorrow with projects you won’t want to miss. Until then, stay Co –
WH: – and stay Lab.
Cue: Music to end