From Glasgow, as part of Radio Goes to Town.
Andy Kershaw talks to pop stars including
Kirsty McColl and Billy Bragg about the politics of pop. And he's joined by local musicians and fans for a fierce argument:
Should pop stars use their musical success as a platform for their politics? Why aren't there more right-wing bands around? And should Radio 1 balance every left-wing song with a right-wing one? Producer Charlotte Blofeld
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