Introduced by Dave Lee Travis and Susie Barnes
This week DAVE TAYLOR assesses PETER POWELL 'S new-found skills on a bike and looks at how you can break into the sport of motorcycling, GRAHAM DWYER reports on the latest sport on Wheels: susie has an interesting holiday on Wheels; and you may be able to help GEOFF SIMMONS trace one or two stolen Wheels. Producer DAVE ATKEY
This week at Sheffield University with special live band The Teardrop Explodes.
Another new band to emerge from the Liverpool scene, having played at Eric's - a club which could be dubbed the 'new Cavern'. Founder members Julian Cope (vocals) and Graham Dwyer (drums) create a Doors-inspired sound. which the band call thoughtful rock, and the music press are labelling the 'new psychedelic'. Whatever the name it's successful, with their first single 'Reward' reaching the Top 30.
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