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Johnnie Walker's Sounds of the 70s Episode guide

  1. No Charge

    Johnnie Walker hears 70s memories from manager, songwriter and performer JJ Barrie.

    First broadcast: 26 Oct 2014

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  2. Love and Affection

    Johnnie Walker hears 70s memories from Joan Armatrading.

    First broadcast: 19 Oct 2014

  3. One Step Beyond

    Johnnie Walker celebrates Madness's debut album and hears the 70s memories of Erasure.

    First broadcast: 12 Oct 2014

  4. Paul Sexton sits in

    Paul Sexton sits in for Johnnie and chats to Zoe Howe about her biography of Stevie Nicks.

    First broadcast: 05 Oct 2014

  5. First Issue

    Johnnie Walker hears 70s memories from Public Image Ltd's original bass player Jah Wobble.

    First broadcast: 28 Sep 2014

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  6. 461 Ocean Boulevard

    Johnnie Walker hears 70s memories from album designer Vincent McEvoy.

    First broadcast: 21 Sep 2014

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  7. Queen Live At The Rainbow

    Johnnie Walker celebrates Queen at the Rainbow Theatre in 1974 and talks to Bernie Marsden

    First broadcast: 07 Sep 2014

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  8. Chestnut Mare

    Johnnie Walker hears 70s memories from Roger McGuinn of the Byrds.

    First broadcast: 31 Aug 2014

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  9. Funky Moped

    Johnnie hears 70s memories from actor, comedian and occasional musician Jasper Carrott.

    First broadcast: 24 Aug 2014

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  10. Forever And Ever

    Johnnie hears the 70s memories of Midge Ure from Visage and Ultravox.

    First broadcast: 17 Aug 2014

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  11. You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

    Johnnie hears 70s memories from Randy Bachman of Bachman-Turner Overdrive.

    First broadcast: 10 Aug 2014

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  12. The Spiders From Mars

    Johnnie hears the 70s memories of Woody Woodmansey, David Bowie's drummer in the decade.

    First broadcast: 03 Aug 2014

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  13. Sweet Freedom

    Johnnie hears the 70s memories of Mick Box, founder of rockers Uriah Heep.

    First broadcast: 27 Jul 2014

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  14. Fish Out Of Water

    Johnnie hears the 70s memories of Chris Squire from the prog pioneers Yes.

    First broadcast: 20 Jul 2014

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  15. One and One is One

    Johnnie Walker hears the seventies memories of John Fiddler from Medicine Head.

    First broadcast: 13 Jul 2014

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  16. Sultans of Swing

    Johnnie Walker meets John Illsley, founding member of Dire Straits.

    First broadcast: 06 Jul 2014

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  17. Follow You Follow Me

    Johnnie Walker is joined in conversation by Tony Banks, the keyboardist with Genesis.

    First broadcast: 29 Jun 2014

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  18. Let Me Be The One

    Johnnie Walker meets one of the most influential guitarists of all time, Hank Marvin.

    First broadcast: 22 Jun 2014

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  19. Celebration Day

    Johnnie Walker meets Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin.

    First broadcast: 15 Jun 2014

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  20. The Air That I Breathe

    Johnnie is joined in conversation by Allan Clarke, lead singer with The Hollies.

    First broadcast: 08 Jun 2014

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  21. Broken Down Angel

    Johnnie Walker hears the seventies memories of Pete Agnew, original member of Nazareth.

    First broadcast: 01 Jun 2014

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  22. Rock-a-Doodle-Doo

    Johnnie Walker plays all the hits and hears the '70s memories of singer Linda Lewis.

    First broadcast: 25 May 2014

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  23. Dreams

    Johnnie plays the hits and musical duo the MonaLisa Twins pick their '70s favourites.

    First broadcast: 18 May 2014

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  24. Paradise by the Dashboard Light

    Johnnie Walker hears the seventies memories of vocalist Patti Russo.

    First broadcast: 11 May 2014

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  25. A Little Bit More

    Johnnie Walker hears the seventies memories of Dr Hook's Dennis Locorriere.

    First broadcast: 04 May 2014

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  26. Starman

    Johnnie Walker meets Bill Aitken, BBC engineer for Bowie, Joni Mitchell and The Jam.

    First broadcast: 27 Apr 2014

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  27. Make Me Smile

    Johnnie Walker plays all the hits and is joined in conversation by Steve Harley.

    First broadcast: 20 Apr 2014

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  28. Life On Mars?

    Johnnie Walker is joined in conversation by the legendary Rick Wakeman.

    First broadcast: 13 Apr 2014

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  29. One for the Road

    Johnnie hears the memories of Charlie Hart, original member of Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance.

    First broadcast: 06 Apr 2014

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  30. Without You

    Johnnie Walker plays the big seventies hits and hears from actress Caroline Quentin.

    First broadcast: 30 Mar 2014

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