4/4. Comedian Rowland Rivron takes a sideways glance at some of the more established acts in rock and pop, concluding with singer Michael Ball.
1.30 The Day the Music Died 1/3. Andrew Collins kicks off another satirical series targeting various aspects of the music industry. He is abetted by Jon Holmes and Robin Ince , with further irreverent input from
Julian Taylforth , DJ Hooker and Jackie Clune. Repeated from Thursda)
2/2. Mark Goodier profiles pop and R&B singer Janet Jackson , who, with her multinational crossover appeal, has since
1986 rivalled brother Michael in popularity. Among the many sole hits are What Have You Done to
Me Lately, Nasty, When / Think of You, Let's Wait Awhile, That's the Way Love Goes and Togethei Again (her biggest UK seller), plus countless collaborations, such as The Best Things in Life Are Free (with Luther Vandross ). Interviewees include
Janet Jackson herself.
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