Singer Daryl Hall returns with a new eight-part series focusing on legendary soul performers. The programmes will offer insight into why certain artists are revered by millions of fans and will explore the careers of the greatest artists of the genre.
This first programme focuses on Michael Jackson , from his start with the Jackson Five to his solo career.
Producer John Sugar
The Boyzone frontman presents a seven-part series showcasing the finest Irish music of recent times. This second programme features music from the Corrs, the Saw
Doctors, Luka Bloom and the Dubliners.
Webwatch: folk music sites, page 45
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