Jo Whiley and Steve Lamacq with more of the UK's best mix of new music; including
Steve Lamacq 's No Big Deal-where top names from behind the scenes in the recording industry give their views on unsigned new bands.
Johnnie Walker presents a celebration of the label's 45-year history.
13: For Those About to Rock.
Sixties pioneers Vanilla Fudge and Iron Butterfly lay heavy metal foundations for successive generations of high energy rockers including AC/DC, Twisted Sister and the Stone Temple Pilots.
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