You show me a living room of any kid's house that hasn't had a group in it at some point in its history, and I'll show you the Jerusalem Diamond.
(PETE TOWNSHEND )
The electric guitar is the most popular instrument in the world.
Pete Townshend and Hank Marvin talk about the people who made it and the people who played it. Producers PADDY KINGSLAND and HENRY PARKER
Every year about 20,000 people camp out in fields around the village of Odell, in Bedfordshire, for the Greenbelt Festival - four days of rock music by more than a score of different bands, in different styles but all with a Christian motivation.
Simon Bates presents a live report and introduces music by many of the artists including Cliff Richard. Barry McGuire, Joe English and 'Battle of the Bands' finalists.
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