Steve Lamacq pits Britpop against Britpack in a contest featuring Elastica, Pulp, Suede, Snow Patrol, the Ordinary Boys, the Streets, Goldie Lookin ' Chain and the Zutons. Plus archive interviews with Oasis, Blur, the Libertines and Franz Ferdinand. And at 11.00 Friction in Europe. Bobby Friction looks at the lure of Britain for young people in Poland and Slovakia, both of which have recently joined the EU.
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