In contrast to the recent bit of trolling here, I'll post something most of us probably haven't heard before.
Here are a bunch of radio interviews the band did between 1976 and 1985, some of which have interesting tidbits, like the one with Brian May from 1980 where he reveals that he and Freddie more or less wrote Save Me together.
I just did a few minor edits and tape speed correction.
1976-02-10 WABX Detroit
1977 autumn Capitol Radio (Roger Taylor)
1977 The Planet (John Deacon)
1979-10 Rock On (Freddie Mercury)
1980-01-18 Radio One (Brian May)
1981 Holland (Roger Taylor)
1982-06-05 John Tobler (Brian May)
1984 Holland (John Deacon)
1984 WNEW NYC (Roger Taylor)
1985 Holland (Freddie Mercury) link
Thanks for Kamenliter for doing the tape transfers.
Enjoy, and keep it lossless !
I've got one more here (again transferred by Kamenliter) from KMET radio in LA, December 1977. It was done at their hotel some time between December 19-22. The quality isn't great, but I've edited out the songs and what remains is a great and candid half hour conversation. link
-Roger says there are 12 or 13 bootleg albums by this point (which is damn well accurate)
-addressing sensationalistic journalism at Rolling Stone, which leads to a great exchange about how well the band members know each other while maintaining bit of healthy mystique
-Brian says We Will Rock You was recorded pretty quickly, and near the end of the NOTW album sessions, almost as an afterthought
An excellent listen.