People and developments that have influenced pop music
This week: The Soulful Years The energy of black music is a major source of vitality for today's pop scene. Artists like THE 1NKSPOTS. CHUCK BERRY , OTIS REDDING. THE TEMPTATIONS, and RAY CIIARLES dominate the postwar development of the music. JAMES HAMILTON considers how this has come about and plays some key records.
Producer PETE RITZEMA
Introduced by Ed Stewart
Motor Racing: The Italian Grand Prix, the 13th stage in this year's World Championship. BARRIE GILL reports from Monza. Plus news of the Radio 1 DJ Day at Brands Hatch, and in motor cycling, the international road race at Scarborough.
Cricket: reports on the counties playing for The John Player League title, plus news of the other matches.
Cycling: The Ansell Skol Classic, a 100-mile road race at Solihull for Britain's top professionals. Reporter HUGH PORTER. News, too, of the US Open Tennis Championships at Forest Hills: in Women's Hockey, the World Cup tournament in Edinburgh and in Rugby Union, the Harlequins Sevens, the traditional curtain-raiser to the new season.
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