Johnnie Walker takes you through an afternoon of delights in high-quality stereo with topical features, a look at the American charts, and at
The Story of Atlantic Andy Peebles presents a 13-part celebration of the label's 40-year history. 2: Yakety Yak-
Pop Crossover 1957-61
'If you didn't cut four sides in a three-hour session, you were just disgraced!' JERRY LEIBER Leiber and Stoller's studio genius yields a string of million-sellers for the Coasters, the Drifters and Ben E. King. Bobby Darin takes an early bath, Tom Dowd gets an eight-track and Jerry Wexler loses his tuna sandwich. Research and interviews PETE FRAME
Producer KEVIN HOWLETT
(Re-broadcast on Thursday at 9.00pm)
6.30-7.30 In Concert featuring Magnum, recorded at the NEC in Birmingham. Producer NICK CLARKE
Not only this, but also the finest music on album and compact disc, classic tracks, new discoveries and chart LPs. Producer JEFF GRIFFIN
with essential rhythms to keep you on the move. The cream of the soul, jazz-funk and fusion cuts from Britain, and the hottest of the hot from the States, too. The ultimate radio rhythm buster.
Producer MIKE HAWKES
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