Three programmes looking at the lives of touring bands. 2: The Hotel. This week
Edwyn Collins looks at the great rock 'n' roll hotels and the stories they generated, including the New Manx Hotel in Toxteth, Liverpool, New York's notorious Chelsea Hotel and the Hyatt House (aka "Riot House") in Los
Angeles where Led Zeppelin threw the very first television out of the window.
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