1.00 The Hislop Vote an Hislop looks back )ver 40 years of political satire, investigating some of the most contentious aspects of modern politics. The series opens with some wicked appraisals of 20th-century prime ministers.
Producer Frank Stirling
A two-part celebration of the life and music of BB King, featuring the legendary blues singer and guitarist in conversation with Paul Jones. In the first part, BB King talks about his early days in Memphis, his first hit records, and his decision to go on the road with a full-time band.
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