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Pop Quiz

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The first of eight programmes with Mike Read
How much do you know about rock 'n' roll and pop music? Can you identify the stars - past and present-from clips of their performances? See if you can do as well as the studio teams of celebrities from the world of pop. They'll be answering questions based on music and the performers, charts, writers and composers of singles and albums since 1955. Tonight's teams:
Paul Jones of The Blues Band
David Grant, lead singer with Linx
Chris Neil, record producer
against
Roger Taylor, drummer with Queen
Suzi Quatro, who topped the charts with ' Can the can' and ' Devil gate drive '
Cozy Powell, another of Britain's leading drummers
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(Mike Read can be heard on Radio 1 at 7.0 am each weekday)

Contributors

Presenter: Mike Read
Panellist: Paul Jones
Panellist: David Grant
Panellist: Chris Neil
Panellist: Roger Taylor
Panellist: Suzi Quatro
Panellist: Cozy Powell
Director: John Burrowes
Producer: Frances Whitaker

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