2/3. Angie Stone celebrates the Supremes, the Motown hits machine that emerged from the girl-group era to dominate the American pop charts like no other native act during the 1960s. I Hear a Symphony
The story continues with a look at the perfecting of the girls' now-iconic, kitschy glamorous style and the seamless run of hits composed by the team of Holland/Dozier/ Holland, including every single from Where Did Our Love Go (1964) to Forever Came Today (1968).
With input from Mary Wilson , Oprah Winfrey , designer Bob Mackie and former Supreme Cindy Birdsong.
Roger Royle presents a meditation to mark Good Friday, featuring the music of Bach and Allegri performed by the Chapel Choir and the Trinity Singers of Trinity College, Cambridge. Producer Clair Jacques
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