4/6. Panel show that combines comedy and rock 'n' roll. This week, drummer Rowland Rivron is joined by Kajagoogoo's Nick Beggs , who explains why he's "too shy", and dancing queen Jason Wood , who belts out some show tunes in the style of Alison Moyet.
2/5. Pop and rock aficionados
Andrew Collins , Stuart Maconie and David Ouantick present a cheeky take on the history of popular music and music journalism. With accomplices Amelia Bullmore and, providing the tunes,
Edwyn Collins. Today, a look at live music, guest lists, laminates and riders. Repeated from Thursday
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