Pete Paphides started his career in music journalism at Melody Maker before going on to write for Time Out, the Guardian, Mojo, Q, Observer Music Monthly, Uncut, Record Collector and The Times, where he spent five years as their Chief Music Critic. He has made several music documentaries for BBC Radio 4, including ‘Lost Albums’, ‘Follow-Up Albums’ and the New York Radio Festival Gold Award-winning ‘The Songs of Molly Drake’. Over the years, he has been a regular contributor to BBC Four music documentaries and he also made two series of Vinyl Revival for BBC 6 Music. Since 2015, he has hosted a regular music show for Soho Radio and in 2020, Quercus published his first book, a memoir about childhood and music entitled BROKEN GREEK. The book subsequently went on to win the Royal Society of Literature’s Christopher Bland Prize and the 2021 Penderyn Music Book Prize.