And a jovial Thom Yorke treats fans to extra songs once the cameras have stopped rolling...

RADIOHEAD played their first UK show of the year in LONDON last night (June 9) – and enjoyed the live recording of ‘LATER…WITH JOOLS HOLLAND’ so much they played for an extra half-hour once the cameras had stopped rolling.

The band’s set, primarily based around recent albums ‘Amnesiac’ and ‘Kid A’, went out live on BBC2 from 10.30 to 11.30pm, but they then delighted the audience of guests and competition winners by running through another six songs, including recent single ‘Pyramid Song’ – and NME.COM were there to bring you a full report.

Radiohead had also performed two songs before transmission began, including a cover of Neil Young‘s ‘Cinnamon Girl’.

Onlookers, including DJs Steve Lamacq and Marc ‘Lard’ Riley and TV’s Adam & Joe, were treated to the sight of Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke in smiling, jokey mood. He dedicated ‘You & Whose Army’ to “everyone who decides to be a leader – especially when governments aren’t really in charge anymore”. He also dedicated ‘The Bends’ to S Club 7 “who like smokin’ the weed”.

The band were joined onstage by renowned British musician Humphrey Lyttleton, who reprised his trumpet-playing role on ‘Amnesiac”s closer ‘Life In A Glasshouse’.

The full set was:

‘Cinnamon Girl’

‘My Iron Lung’

(TV transmission begins) ‘The National Anthem’

‘Morning Bell’


‘Packt Like Sardines In A Crushd Tin Box’

‘No Surprises’

‘Dollars And Cents’

‘Life In A Glasshouse’

‘Exit Music (For A Film)’

‘I Might Be Wrong’

‘Street Spirit (Fade Out)’

‘Paranoid Android’


‘Everything In Its Right Place’ (TV transmission ends)

‘Pyramid Song’

‘Talk Show Host’

‘You & Whose Army’

‘How To Disappear Completely’

‘Knives Out’

‘The Bends’

‘Amnesiac’, released last Monday (June 4), is set to enter the UK Album Chart tonight (June 10) at Number One. Radiohead‘s next scheduled live date in the UK is a homecoming show at Oxford South Park on July 7. All tickets have sold out.