Featuring classic blues from the archive, a pick of new releases and listeners' requests.
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Playing his favourite country music and recalling many ofhis career highlights. This week he features Were
You There, a song he recorded with the Carterfamily, and Blue Yodel (T for Texas) for Jimmie Rodgers. Plus music from the Everly Brothers,
Rodney Crowell and Ray Price.
Adam Faith's look at rock'n'roll in atthe movies, combining interviews, archive clips and trailers. This series looks at the cinema of the sixties, with the spotlight tonight on the mythological swinging aspect, from
Rita Tushingham to Dustin Hoffman. Plus the music of Simon and Garfunkel.
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