Singer Daryl Hall concludes a series focusing on legendary soul stars. In this programme he unravels the career of the artist formerly known as Prince, from his Minneapolis upbringing, through a series of ground-breaking American hits, to his resurrection as a symbol. The programme includes key tracks 1999, Sign o ' the Times and Kiss.
Producer Nick Minter
Stuart Maconie presents a series which highlights some of the most influential days in the history of rock. This programme focuses on the Beatles' appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, watched by a record audience of 73 million people. With contributions from
Mike Nesmith , Gary Valentine , Bernie Leadon , Dennis Locorriere , Ed Sullivan and Mojo journalist Johnny Black.
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