Nicky Campbell presents a two-part profile of Chris Thomas.
1: The 60s, when he sat in on the Beatles sessions, and the 70s, which took him from Procul Harum to
Pink Floyd , from Roxy Music to the Sex Pistols, and back to
A John Pigeon production
For over 30 years
Amnesty International has worked for the release of prisoners of conscience.
One for Freedom features highlights from Amnesty's Super-bowl Cabaret season, and also looks at who the detainees are and how you can help. The line-up of acts includes Jo Brand , Arthur Smith , Tony Hawks and Mark Steel. Recorded at the Duke of York's Theatre.
Producers Phil Clarke and Chris Burns
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