Robert Wyatt Story (BBC Four, 2001)
 Robert Wyatt (born Robert Wyatt-Ellidge, 28 January 1945, Bristol) is an English musician, and founding member of the influential Canterbury scene band Soft Machine, with a long and distinguished solo career. Know his story.

 

Rare Robert Wyatt interview at home 1994 Parts 1 & 2
 Lovely and fascinating moment with a rare man and immense artist. Broadcasted originally on Arte channel in 1994

 

The Canterbury Scene: An Interview with Robert Wyatt - BBC South
 Although for many years Robert Wyatt denied the existence of The Canterbury Scene he is certainly inextricably linked to Kents own special sound and the bands that developed it into something lasting.
 Moving with his parents to Lydden near Dover, before he was a teenager, Wyatt was exposed to all sorts of musical influences from the lodgers who rented rooms in the 14 room house. It was here he met jazz drummer George Neidorf and Australian hippie Daevid Allen.
 Robert Wyatt talks about the early day's of his musical education.

 

Soft Machine documentary
 Portion of a show from i guess maybe 1970 that includes some soft machine interviews and footage from the classic 1970 four piece lineup.

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