Watch extra interviews, performances and sessions from the BBC's Reggae Brittania season.
Former UB40 member talks about the bitterness which inspired their song One In Ten.
Guitarist for The Slits talks about appropriating dub and incorporating it into their music with producer Dennis Bovell.
Guitarist for The Slits talks about the relationship between reggae and punk.
Drummer for UB40, James Brown explains how hearing dub changed his life.
British Reggae singer talks about his first appearance on Top Of The Pops.
Drummer for The Police talks about the reggae influenced make up of Spirits In The Material World.
The Police's drummer gives us an insight on how they composed their tracks.
Jamaican reggae artist sings and explains the meaning behind his famous track.
The dub poet talks about the impact of Rastafari culture on youth.
The founder of The Specials talks about The Walt Jabsco logo which helped shape 2 Tone's iconic image.
Broadcaster and DJ talks about playing reggae and dub at The Roxy.
6 Music's Don Letts talks about travelling to Jamaica with John Lydon and Richard Branson
Reggae musician and producer reminisces about rifling through record stores in London.
Musician and reggae-dub producer talks about the music he grew up on.
Reggae lovers rock vocalists sing one of their favourite Louisa Mark songs, 6 - Sixth Street.
Former Culture Club front man explains the reggae roots behind one of their hits.
Iconic pop singer talks about the excitement during the 1970s.
Boy George talks about exploring the genre.
Manley Augustus Buchanan better known as Big Youth talks about his version of Hit The Road Jack.
Former UB40 member talks about how they wrote material.
Big Youth performs S90 Skank at the Barbican in London for a very special concert as part of BBC Four's Reggae Britannia.
Dennis Bovell performs Brother Louie at the Barbican in London for a very special concert as part of BBC Four's Reggae Britannia.
Carroll Thompson performs Simply In Love at the Barbican in London for a very special concert as part of BBC Four's Reggae Britannia.
Dennis Alcapone & Winston Reedy perform You Don’t Care at the Barbican in London for a very special concert as part of BBC Four's Reggae Britannia.
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