6/6. Northern Soul series in which former Wigan lad Stuart Maconie spins classic recordings alongside the latest releases at a time when the cult musical genre is enjoying a renaissance. This final edition is devoted to listeners' requests.
4/6. To mark the tenth anniversary of South Africa's first ever free elections, trumpeter Hugh Masekela explores the developments in South African music from the 1920s to the present day. Artists against Apartheid A look at the international response to apartheid, recalling Dusty Springfield's refusal in 1964 to perform for segregated South African audiences and, 22 years later, Paul Simon's appearances there upon the release of his Grace/and LP.
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given time. It should be viewed in this context and with the
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