Cardiff Oncology formerly Trovagene, Inc. We are developing onvansertib, a first-in-class, third-generation Polo-like Kinase 1 PLK1 inhibitor, in combination with standard-of-care chemotherapy and targeted therapeutics. Our clinical development programs incorporate tumor genomics and biomarker technology to enable assessment of patient response to treatment. Story continues. Leftfield: On the carddiff Joanne Geraghty: Are you going to be playing at Brixton academy?
Leftfield: No, we're not playing Brixton again. Not on this tour, at least. Laws: How old are you all? Leftfield: Neil: Paul's 37, and Cadriff But not in mental age! Leftfield: Is it English!?! It's a made-up language. It took me 20 years to make it up! Georgette Pascual: Are you coming to Spain at all?
Leftfield: We played at the Doctor music festival in Spain. No plans to return on this tour. That's nice of him! Jon: Chris from Coldplay rates you very highly!
Leftfield: Neil: That's nice! I like Coldplay too! Laws: Where is your favourite place? Leftfield: Home! Coffee Cuppa: You are sounding more and more cardifc my local country band here in North Question from Carolina. Who's the country music buff? Leftfield: Paul: Neil! Coffee Cuppa: You write the most tender love songs I've ever heard.
Who's the biggest softie in the band? Leftfield: Paul: Us? We're not Celine Dion! Have you got the right band? Caediff Tofield: Whatever happened to 'The Rivals' eh?!!? Leftfield: Were you in them? I sacked them all! You can only do one Black Flute, though. Arthur Jones: Do u have hairy legs? Leftfield: Neil: Yeah. I've got a hairy back. It's what happens when you get past 40! I've even got hairs on the back of my hand!
Laws: What did you all want to do when you were little? Leftfield: Be in a band, probably. To cardiff chat the boards, dahling! Terry: are you in Cardiff right now?
cardifr Having a drink and a chat. Jon: Do you see the Chemical Brothers as rivals? Leftfield: No, not really. We don't see anyone as rivals, really. There's room enough for both of us. Gareth Hocking: Know any good jokes?
Leftfield: No, we don't! Tell us one! She was in a band called Curve in the 80s and early 90s. Bob Jammer: What has been the best set you have ever played ie which gig has given you the biggest rush?
Leftfield: This year, probably Glastonbury. The most people we've played to, anyway.
Will: You wrote the title track for the film Shallow Grave. How did you get involved in that? Leftfield: Neil: Through Danny Boyle. He liked our music and sent us a script. Ray Krypton: Are you getting bored of touring yet? Leftfield: Doing the gigs is good.
The travelling can get boring. Ask us in 2 week's time! Jake Loftus: what did you play at Glastonbury? Leftfield: Paul played drums! Dub Glusset, Double Flash.
The usual suspects. Chant of the Poor Man etc etc. George Cardifff In the early days you remixed David Bowie? The officers were met with "foreign accents" coming from a computer, asking if what they could see was real.
One voice replied: "Oh my Cjat - it was real. Mental health: When does it become a problem? Phone records showed Mr Jenkins' last outgoing call was made to a woman from Tennessee in the USA, who had been his girlfriend despite the pair never meeting in person. Miss Knight said of Mr Jenkins: "He did live life in reality but he did live part of that online and spent quite a lot of his time online.