The writer and director of the new Bob Marley musical Kwame Kwei-Armah joins Johnnie.
David Knopfler joins Johnnie to share his 70s memories of touring with Dire Straits.
Rick Wakeman joins Johnnie to share his 70s memories.
Lead singer of Dr Hook, Dennis Locorriere joins Johnnie to share his 70s memories.
Shaky shares his memories of getting started in the music business during the 1970s.
The iconic Wilko Johnson remembers a turbulent 1970s with Dr Feelgood.
Johnnie is joined by James Studholme of Police Dog Hogan.
Jim McCarty, drummer with The Yardbirds and Renaissance, shares his 70s memories.
Richard Jobson from 70s punk rock band The Skids shares his memories of the decade.
Legendary producer Hugh Padgham shares his 70s memories.
Slade bassist Jim Lea joins Johnnie to share his memories of the decade.
Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones shares his 70s memories.
Johnnie Walker brings in the new year with a Johnnie's Jukebox special.
Donny Osmond talks to Johnnie about growing up in the limelight in the 70s.
Mott The Hoople's Ian Hunter shares his 70s memories with Johnnie.
Legendary soul star William Bell shares his 70s memories with Johnnie.
Johnnie speaks to legendary Status Quo rocker Francis Rossi about his 70s memories.
Johnnie remembers the life and work of Freddie Mercury with biographer Mark Blake.
Iconic singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading joins Johnnie to talk about her 70s memories.
Poldark writer Debbie Horsfield joins Johnnie to share her 70s memories.
Paul Rodgers from legendary 70s bands Bad Company and Free joins Johnnie.
Johnnie Walker hears the 70s memories of Joe Brown and Henry Gross.
Paul Morley talks to Johnnie about his new book, The Age of Bowie.
John Lodge from the Moody Blues shares his memories of the 70s with Johnnie.
Punk rockers The Ruts share their 70s memories with Johnnie.
Meat Loaf shares his 70s memories.
Jon Anderson from prog rock band Yes shares his 70s memories.
Johnnie hears the 70s memories of Nigel Clark, lead singer of Britpop band Dodgy.
Johnnie Walker hears the 70s memories of Welsh chef Bryan Webb.
Johnnie Walker talks to Beatles biographer Richard White about his new book Come Together.