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1960s Special

RUNNING ORDER

Timings are approximate and are given in hours and minutes from the start of the zone.

0.05
THE HISTORY OF POP ARRANGING: Motown, Stax and Muscle Shoals
(First broadcast in 2007)
Richard Niles goes behind the scenes of the iconic sixties soul studios.

0.36
GIGS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD: The Cavern
(First broadcast in 2006)
Muriel Gray finds out how a musical revolution started in a Liverpool basement.

1.07
1619 BROADWAY: The Brill Building
(First broadcast in 2008)
Richard Melvin and Owen Parker visit the original New York hit factory.

1.38
WHEN POP AND POLITICS MEET: Vietnam
(First broadcast in 2008)
Muriel Gray tells the story of music inspired by opposition to the war in Vietnam.

2.11
STUART COSGROVE’S FLOORFILLERS (Part 1 of 2)
(First broadcast in 2008)
Stuart digs deep into his library of Northern Soul classics.

2.37
SONGLINES: House of the Rising Sun
(First broadcast in 2006)
John Cavanagh goes behind the scenes of the Animals’ finest hour.

3.09
BOMBAY’S BEATLE
(First broadcast in 2009)
Sarfraz Manzoor meets Mumbai musicians who collaborated with George Harrison.

3.40
STUART COSGROVE’S FLOORFILLERS (Part 2 of 2)

4.02
SONGLINES: The Times They Are A-Changin’
(First broadcast in 2005)
John Cavanagh finds out more about Dylan’s song, tracing its possible Scottish roots.

4.29
CLASSIC SCOTTISH ALBUMS: Incredible String Band
(First broadcast in 2006)
Davie Scott reveals the true and amusing stories behind the band’s 1966 debut album.

5.03
BANNED HISTORY OF ROCK AND ROLL: Religion
(First broadcast in 2006)
Vic Galloway courts controversy to reveal the songs they never wanted you to hear.

5 hours, 30 minutes

Last on

Christmas Eve 2009 00:30
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