Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Janine's Machiavellian side rears its ugly head when Ryan betrays her on her birthday, in today's visit to the Square.
Elsewhere, it's the Vic's grand reopening but Alfie's lavish plans suffer a setback and Jay offers Billy some dating advice.
Janine is played by Charlie Brooks, Ryan by Neil McDermott, Alfie by Shane Richie, Jay by Jamie Borthwick and Billy by Perry Fenwick.
This Culture Show special looks at the life of the man with five strings and nine lives: the linchpin of the Rolling Stones.
In an intimate interview with the man himself, the programme focuses on Richards's early life and the decade that catapulted The Rolling Stones from back-room blues boys to one of the greatest rock 'n' roll bands in the world.
Richards talks candidly to Andrew Graham-Dixon in New York about his childhood in Dartford and the music that would change his life forever. The most enigmatic of the Rolling Stones talks about the drugs, decadence and life as the "yin" to Mick Jagger's "yang". However, as with everything in Richards's life, the music stays centre stage.
Featuring contributions from friends and musicians who were alongside him through the screaming teens and rock 'n' roll excesses, viewers find out about the man who ripped through the Sixties and Seventies – in a blaze of cigarette smoke, booze and drugs – as a rebel, outsider, shamanic totem of rock and, above all, a survivor.
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