Andy Kershaw presents a series looking at the history of the West Coast rock movement. This evening's programme looks at how careers took off and established the movement at the forefront of music culture. Artists collaborated and supergroups like Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, and the Eagles took flight.
A four-part series featuring four of the nation's great entertainers. This final programme celebrates the fruitful and inspired relationship between Kenneth Williams and the BBC. Highlights include his work on programmes such as Hancock's Half Hour, Beyond Our Ken, Round the Horne and Just a Minute.
A series in which Alan Price, founder of the Animals, embarks on a personal musical journey.
4: Across the Great Divide. In this programme, Alan Price compares some classic
American R 'n' B songs with the British versions. With music by Screamin'
Jay Hawkins , Nina Simone and Willie Dixon , as well as Van Morrison and Georgie Fame.
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