Presented by Anne Nightingale. As part of the follow-up to See for Yourself, this is an opportunity to discuss your views on Radio 1, its output and future plans, with the Controller of Radio 1, Johnny Beerling, and Head of Radio 1 Music, Roger Lewis.
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with Luther Vandross.
Luther Vandross breaks off from his US concert tour to join Andy Peebles in Memphis,
Tennessee. He looks back over his life in music and discusses his influences, his friends and his idols. He reveals some of the secrets of the Vandross sound, talks about life on the road and the pressures of being one of America's finest soul singers. Producer MIKE HAWKES
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