The definitive history of pop continues.
50: Where the Sun Don't
Brian Eno presents a guided tour of production techniques of the last 40 years, with the help of some landmark records and several of his colleagues, including Phil Spector , George Martin ,
Alan Parsons , Daniel Lanois ,
John Lennon and Mark Knopfler.
In Concert celebrates 25 years with a selection from the cream of the unique performances commissioned by Radio 1. Tonight there's a chance to hear the Faces from 1973,
Led Zeppelin from 1971,
Queen from 1976, and the Rolling Stones from 1971. Classic Concerts continue tomorrow at 11.00pm
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