BBC are showing a brand new documentary about the life of Noel Gallagher 2 years ago

BBC are showing a brand new documentary about the life of Noel Gallagher

If you love Oasis, set record.

Some might say that Noel Gallagher needs to be quiet after his latest remarks, however, it could also be argue that his latest remarks are very much in keeping with his track record.


Simply put, Noel and Liam have been entertaining us all for years as they talk absolute bollocks in the press. When it comes to manipulating the media and getting their name in print, nobody does it better.

Truth be told, this particular writer thinks that their interviews frequently stand out because they're never dull. You might disagree with what they've got to say, but at least they've never been afraid to say it.

Aside from this, take a look at how Liam and Noel's views on the likes of Robbie Williams, Damon Albarn, and Coldplay have changed over the years.

Never take Noel at his word, only when he's giving commentary on Oasis videos. Now that's gold!

Clip via nutsngum2

Whenever the cornerstones of Oasis say something controversial, you can bet that they've got something to promote - a new album, tour, film etc - and that's exactly the case here because BBC2 are airing a documentary on the guitarist.


Here's the official synopsis of the feature: "Looking back with a mixture of pride, curiosity and occasional bewilderment, Noel Gallagher relives moments of his life on TV - handpicked by Dermot O’Leary. From Maine Road to Downing Street, The Word to Newsnight – Noel has been ever present on our screens for the past 25 years. Now is his chance to watch it back.

"In characteristically revealing form, Noel talks about the early days of Oasis, their first TV appearances, his love of Top of the Pops, his role in Cool Britannia, the breakup of one of the world’s most successful rock groups, his own solo career – and how Don’t Look Back In Anger came to define his home town’s response to the Manchester Arena bombing."

The documentary airs at 23:15 on BBC2 on Sunday.

Take a look at what's in store.