New series. Nicholas Crane visits
Norfolk to discover whether it is possible to swap urban life for a rural dream and to find out how the countryside has changed over the years. See panel.
First shown on BBC1 East
New. Celebrating half a century of the Jamaican-founded record label pioneered by Chris Blackwell , which brought reggae to wider attention and introduced performers such as Bob Marley to global stardom. Contributors include
Grace Jones , Amy Winehouse , PJ Harvey, Paul Weller , Sly and Robbie, U2,
Brian Eno and Yusuf (still better known as Cat Stevens), while the engrossing story is told using archive news and performance footage. See panel.
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