Ray Davies continues the story behind one of the more influential bands in the history of popular music. 2: Till the End of the Day. In the explosive year of 1965 the Kinks followed up their No One classic
Tired of Waiting for You with See My Friend, the first pop single to emulate the sound of the sitar. They also got themselves banned from returning to the States for several years.
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis scourthe week's news forthe funny and entertaining misfortunes of others.
With support from Jon Culshaw , Emma Clarke and Mitch Benn.
Producer Dirk Maggs
Repeated Saturday 1.30pm
Series in which
Mark Kermode talks to film-makers abouttheirwork.
2: Ken Russell, one of Britain's most flamboyant directors, discusses his conversion to "catholic space cadet" and dancing naked with Stravinsky. Producer Maria Williams
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