New series 1/6. American soul and gospel singer
Deniece Williams returns with a series devoted to gospel music and featuring the latest news from the British gospel scene. This first edition includes an exclusive interview with Aaron Neville , plus guests
Basil Meade and Dwele, and music from Aretha Franklin , Mary Mary and Take 6. Producer Sue Clark
4/7. Stuart Maconie presents a series recalling momentous moments in popular music. This edition credits David Bowie 's Ziggy Stardust persona with the introduction of theatricality to rock and pop, for better and for worse.
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