Ronnie Herel looks at the last three decades of UK club culture and selects six club nights that had a genuine impact on the world.
The final part of this series opens with Sidewinder promoters on the roof of a Northampton venue. We find out why this was the only place London's East End grime MCs could play, hearing from Ms Dynamite, Heartless Crew and club regulars to find out how vital this club was to the scene. We find out how how Dizzee and Wiley blew up at the club and how Sidewinder tape packs spread the sound worldwide.
Sheffield is the next stop, to find out how Niche developed the bassline sound in the mid 2000s. We hear from DJs and regulars including Toddla T, DJ Q and T2, discovering how the sound developed, the big tunes that were created there and how the controversial club battled the problems that eventually saw it closed down. We hear the sounds of the club, and find out what Niche and bassline gave the North.
Finally we end up at FWD, the club that provided a breeding ground for the music that became dubstep. Skream and Benga tell us about their early days at the club, we find out about the Croydon massive coming up to the club in limos and we hear how a 200-capacity venue in London's Old St developed a sound that has become the UK's biggest musical export since drum 'n' bass.
Through hearing about these six nights we get an understanding of what classic clubs have given British music - and the world.