Tina Turner - Queen of Rock (1) 'Musical lioness', 'nonstop legs', devout Buddhist - Tina Turner is all these and more.
Today she talks to Simon about her life and times, and introduces her new album, Break Every Rule.
Plus, the Birthday File, Our
Tune and your daily horoscope. Producer ROGER LEWIS
(Part 2 tomorrow at 9. 30 am)
Mark Page drives around the city with Eddie Lundon of China Crisis as his guide and you in the back seat.
Along the way, Paul McCartney , Pete Wylie , OMD and Echo and the Bunnymen talk about their city and its music, from Cavern Merseybeat to the legacy of Eric's.
Producer KEVIN HOWLETT
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