2/4 Ronnie Spector tells how groups like The Ravens and The Orioles became familiar names.
5/6 Bob Harris finds out about the band's change of labels and the way their music developed.
1/4 The story of doo-wop, beginning with the emergence of vocal harmony groups.
4/6 Bob Harris explores what happened after Pet Sounds and why Smile was not released.
3/6 Bob Harris explores Brian Wilson's desire to make the greatest pop record ever.
2/6 As the band find more success, Brian Wilson becomes increasingly reluctant to tour.
1/6 Bob Harris's 1974 profile of the Californian band begins with a look at their early days.
Ralph McLean tells the story of Belfast DJ David Holmes's 1997 album, Let's Get Killed.
Simon Mayo continues the story of how U2 became one of the biggest bands in the world.
Ralph McLean tells the story of Ash's album 1977. First broadcast on Radio Ulster in 2009.