Series recalling the decade that popularised synthesiser pop, Madonna, acid house, Stock-Aitken-
Waterman, mobi!e phones. name-brand trainers and Perestroika.
4: This fina! edition explores the era's pop highlights and trends, including the rise of video as a marketing tool, thegiamourreviva!, a new generation of'alternative" music exempted by the Smiths and New Order, manufactured pop and acid house tracks associated with iiiegai rave parties.
New Orleans jazz aficionado Chris Barber spins classic recordings of the past 80 years, with music from today's active traditional jazz scene. This final edition recalls the relatively unknown trumpeter Punch Miller.
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