Boy George on suburbia, Pauline Black with the People's History of Pop and lots more.
Listen to 79 tracks from a definitive year in the story of pop music: 1979
Programmes, playlists and features charting the history of pop music across the decades.
Rod Stewart, Elton John, Sex Pistols,The Smiths, Queen, the 70s legends go on and on.
Pop fans reminisce about the impact of music on their lives.
The Smiths fan Raju reminisses on the time when he received the bands set-list.
How 'Stir It Up' was produced to break through to a new audience.
Boy George journeys back to his formative years for BBC Music’s My Generation season
Segs and Ruffy from punk band The Ruts share their memories of the 70s.
See the band perform the track live from Blackstaff Studios.
Gary Kemp highlights the influence of the most successful acts of the glam era.
John O’Neill, guitarist and songwriter with The Undertones, on penning 'Teenage Kicks'.
The music writer discusses his new book, Shock and Awe: Glam Rock and Its Legacy.
This week John Lodge from the Moody Blues shared his memories of the decade.
Michael Bradley and Billy Doherty remember The Undertones' early shows.
To celebrate BBC Music's My Generation 70's special Metronomy cover The Ramones.
To celebrate BBC Music's My Generation 70's special, Tim covers his favourite 70's track.
Welcome to Stuart's freaky world of prog bangers, space rock and left field disco.
Huey Morgan from Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station.
Craig Charles heads back to the 1970s as part of the BBC's My Generation season.
Jamie Cullum is celebrating his favourite jazz from the 1970s with John McLaughlin.
Archive footage of Bob Marley and The Wailers playing their hit ‘Stir It Up’.
Bryan Burnett celebrates your memories of the 1970s - the music and the fashion.
Elaine presents show tunes and the latest news from stage and screen.
Back to the 1970s with Dr Feelgood, Freddie King, Bonnie Raitt, Koko Taylor and Dr John.
Paul Gambaccini is at the mic for a rare, double 70s bonanza - 1971 & 1979.
Mark Kermode hosts scores from the 1970s with the BBC Concert Orchestra and Keith Lockhart
Don Letts looks at the very particular and provocative British subculture of skinhead.
Desmond's theme for this week is '70s Night'.