Stuart Maconie with a series on one of the most popular and enduring of all musical cults - Northern Soul, combining classic tracks with comments from the genre's movers and shakers.
Tonight's segment catches up on some of the most interesting Northern Soul to have been reissued since
Maconie's first series.
Dionne Warwick presents six brilliant but lesser known sou albums, featuring interviews with the artists and those they've inspired.
2: Maze's Live in New
Orleans is considered a defining moment in the soul movement in both the US and the UK. Lead singer Frankie Beverly and broadcaster
Robbie Vincent recall a certain night in 1980 at the Saengers theatre in New Orleans.
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