A selection of country music stretching from archive classics to the cutting edge. Guest Lee Ann Womack discusses her recent
Grammy-winning album I Hope You Dance.
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Featuring classic blues, new releases and a dip intohismailbagto discoverwhich pieces of music converted his listeners to the blues.
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A new seven-part series recalling rock and pop's greatest and most shocking moments, presented by Stuart Maconie. Milestones on the agenda include Elvis's conscription, the death of Buddy Holly, the Beatles' break up and the founding of Motown.
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