1/2. Johnnie Walker secures an interview with rock giant Eric Clapton (born
Eric Patrick Clapp ), who turns 60 on 30 March. The prolific blues-influenced guitarist recalls a 40-year-plus career (the Yardbirds, Cream etc) and talks openly about his personal life. Producer Bob McDowall
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Eddie Izzard hosts a special musical event recorded at Ronnie Scott's jazz club in London's Soho. Performers include Pete Townshend, Jerry Hall, Rachel Fuller, Joe Jackson, Beverley Knight, Guy Barker and others.
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