The second of six programmes with Barb Jungr and Michael Parker and their new Band of Gold
- with Si Potts on drums,
Mark Crossley on bass and Russell Churney on piano. Guests this week are Robb Johnson and Pip Collings , with Juggling Tongue. Producer Sonia Beldom
In the concluding programme, Julie Covington and Mel Hill explore how musical protest became a pop phenomenon. They recall the original voices of protest, from
Woodie Guthrie to Billy Bragg , and those like Stevie Wonder who have made their voice heard on specific issues.
Chris Stuart talks to performers whose hit songs and distinctive styles have left a lasting mark on American popular music. This week's guest is Little Miss Dynamite herself - Brenda Lee.
A Presentable production
Derek and Ellen present a late-night mixture of music and chat including at
10.45 What's That Noise? and at 11.45 a review of tomorrow's papers. There's also the guest interview and Derek's classical feature.
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