The life and music of William Byrd , thought by some to be the greatest of all English composers. A devout Catholic, he found favour with the Protestant Elizabeth I and survived into his 80s. Including a complete performance of the Mass for Four Voices, sung by the Tallis Scholars at Tewkesbury Abbey.
New. Documentary charting the British love of the musical genre over a 20-year period from the 1950s.
Contributors including Keith Richards ,
Paul Jones. John Mayall and Bill Wyman study the inspiration of American artists such as Muddy Waters, how young white audiences came to love the music, and the increasing international dominance of UK-based performers as the 1970s dawned. See panel.
New. Archive footage of blues performances from the past 50 years. Featuring famous songs by Son House , The Kinks, BB King, John Lee Hooker and Eric Clapton , plus lesser-known tracks by Freddie King , Delaney and Bonnie, and Long John Baldry.
12/13; series two. The Mountain King In southern California, secrets are revealed when Don is reacquainted with an old friend. At Sterling Cooper, Peggy's ideas impress representatives of Popsicle after a brainstorming session with Ken and Sal. See choice, page 82. Shown on Tuesday at 10pm
For cast see BBC2. page 90
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