Radio 1 links up live with BBC1's Tomorrow's World, as Mark Goodier samples 3-D stereo sound with presenter Howard Stableford, and talks to him about RSS, this new surround-sound process.
WIN A CD: for details of how to win a CD demonstrating these 3-D sound effects, see page 11
The Rise and Rise ofU2
The first of two parts. Bono, the Edge,
Adam Clayton and manager Paul McGuinness talk about the secrets of their success and the occasional lack of it. Presented by Pete Drummond.
Producer Jeff Griffin
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