3/4. Lulu continues a profile of the soul tenor and songwriter with a look at his role as Motown's vice-president, which involved songwriting and producing for the label's other artists. Smokey retired from the Miracles when he had children, but after three years as a devoted company man it was clear that he missed making music. He then launched a solo career.
Contributors include Berry Gordy , Temptations manager Shelley Berger , former Supreme
Cindy Birdsong and Smokey Robinson.
Derek Jacobi reads JM Coetzee's
Booker Prize-winning novel.
8/8. Concerned by the strange tone of the telephone conversations with his daughter, David returns to her smallholding to see if he Can help. Abridged by Jane Marshall
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