We present the best moments and programmes from BBC Music Day 2017
A look back at some of the best BBC Music Day moments that celebrate the power of music
We present a regional round-up of the unveiling of Blue Plaques to mark your music heroes
For BBC Music Day Shaun has re-voiced the announcements on Manchester's trams.
Shaun joins the bell ringers of London's St. Mary Abbots Church for BBC Music Day
Chris Hawkins takes a tour of Peel Acres with John Peel's wife, Sheila Ravenscroft.
Chris Hawkins meet Sheila Ravenscroft at the unveiling of John Peel's blue plaque.
Listen to CBBC theme tunes like they've never been heard before!
Miles Kane does the train announcements in Liverpool for BBC Music Day
Courteeners' Liam Fray performs Modern Love with the BBC Philharmonic for BBC Music Day
How the Beatles stole the show on the world's first live TV broadcast in June 1967
One young person's example of the power of music for improving mental health.
BBC Asian Network honours music pioneer Sam Zaman of State of Bengal with a Blue Plaque.
BBC Asian Network honours the founder of music collective Joi, Haroon with a Blue Plaque.
Loryzine are reviving the music of slaves.
Guatemalan hip hop artist Rebeca Lane on what feminism means to women in Latin America.
The band, Siervas, have performed for hundreds of thousands of adoring fans
How New Orleans' cultures have been reviving since Hurricane Katrina
Carla Marie Williams on becoming a top songwriter and writing Beyonce’s 'Freedom'.
Ta2mi is a Buddhist monk by day, but he has another life as a DJ and beatboxer
"When someone has a microphone in their hand, they need to speak powerful things"
The Iraqi who played the cello on his roof in defiance of so-called IS
Singer-songwriter Kate Earl, aka Earl, on how having a child impacted her career.
Poet Tony Walsh has written about the power of music especially for BBC Music Day 2017.
Award-winning producer Catherine Marks gives us the lowdown.
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