A series which takes a close look at the people and developments that have influenced today's pop music.
This week: Women In Pop
Marianne Faithfull introduces the first of two programmes in which women from both sides of the Atlantic talk about the changing image of women in pop and their own , experiences wunin me music business. Written by JOHN PIDGEON Producer
Chairman Alan Freeman
The search throughout Britain for the boy or girl who knows most about pop music, organised in co-operation with NAYC and NABC.
This week is the second of our Southern Area rounds with contestants from Kent, Sussex and Surrey.
Producer TONY HALE BBC Manchester
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