A new series of satire, music and gags, featuring Roy Hudd , June Whitfield and Chris Emmett. With Peter
Moss and the Huddliners and announcer Richard Clegg. Producer Carol Smith
Repeated Saturday 1.30pm
A series recalling rock and pop's greatest and most shocking moments.
4: On 14 August 1967 the government targeted British DJs working on pirate radio stations, a timely event for the BBC's new Radio 1.
Featuring interviews with Johnnie Walker , Kenny Everett , Tony Blackburn,Johnny Black and Trevor Dann. Presented by Stuart Maconie.
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