2.00-3.00 The Bee Gees: Just for Starters
First of three programmes
Within weeks of returning to Britain from Australia in 1967, the Bee Gees had signed a major record contract and were making an impact on the British record charts second only to the Beatles. But that early success almost destroyed them, as personal differences, amplified by the media, tore them apart. Presented and produced by Stuart Grundy
(Re-broadcast on Thursday at 9.00pm)
4.00-5.00 The New American Chart Show with Laura Gross reporting direct by satellite from LA.
6.30-7.30 In Concert Special
featuring Marillion, recorded in a performance for Muscular Dystrophy at the Wembley Arena, London, last Thursday.
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