Get Onto My Cloud Tim Rice Podcast

Get Onto My Cloud: The Tim Rice Podcast



Get Onto My Cloud has host, Sir Tim Rice, at his chatty witty best, where he talks about his career in theatre and music, his colleagues and friends (plus the odd foe) and sometimes roams off stage to discuss other important matters in his life such as cricket, astronomy, Sunderland FC and boxer dogs.

You can also expect to listen to recordings of some of his favourite lyrics (not always the obvious ones) and he reveals how and why some shows worked brilliantly and some didn’t.

Described as “Relaxed, casual, essential listening for musical theatre fans and historians”

Sir Tim Rice wrote the lyrics for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita, Chess and The Lion King, to name but five.

The composers he has worked with include Andrew Lloyd Webber, Elton John, Alan Menken, ABBA’s Bjorn and Benny and Freddie Mercury.


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Get Onto My Cloud: The Sir Tim Rice Podcast

Coat of not Very Many Colours

Tim recounts writing of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and the first ever public performance of the then 20-minute work at Colet Court School in March 1968 ...
Get Onto My Cloud: The Sir Tim Rice Podcast

Elton and Eldorado

Tim, having come to the realisation that he has written more than 40 songs with Sir Elton John, plays three of their lesser-known collaborations and chats about the animated movie The Road To El Dorado, for which they wrote the score, including an Elton duet featuring Randy Newman ...
Get Onto My Cloud: The Sir Tim Rice Podcast

The Likes Of Us

In the second episode of his new podcast Get Onto My Cloud, Tim tells the story of his first meeting with Andrew Lloyd Webber in 1965 and how they immediately set about writing a musical based on the life of Dr. Thomas Barnardo entitled The likes Of Us ...
Get Onto My Cloud: The Sir Tim Rice Podcast


Tim investigates his mantlepiece during a lockdown spring clean. Long-forgotten items relating to Joseph, Evita, INXS and Don Bradman surface. He plays one of his favourite Alan Menken collaborations and the 1965 single that started it all.  ...

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