People and developments that have influenced pop music. This week: Reggae Music-The Sound of Kingston
Jamaican music has permeated the pop music mainstream.
CARL GAYLE takes a look at the fundamental aspects and changes over the last 15 years from traditional sources to such complex sounds as those of Bob Marley and the Wallers, and KING TUBBY.
Producer pets RITZEMA
Introduced by Ed Stewart
Cycling: the final day of the 1975 World Championships in Belgium. JOHN BURNS reports on the Professional Road Race, with expert comment and analysis by the former World Champion HUGH PORTER.
Golf: The Carrolls Irish Open at Woodbrook, Co Dublin. JOHN FENTON reports.
Cricket: reports on the key games for the John Player League title. Plus scores and highlights of other matches.
Women's Hockey: RACHEL HEYHOE reports from Edinburgh on the final day of the World Cup.
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