The Blagger's Guide
2/6. Rock and pop observer David Ouantick presents comically constructed nuggets of information about popular music, employing fake archive footage, adverts and recordings. This week he provides less than you need to know about post-punk, Ireland. David Bowie and the Reading Festival.
1/2. Pop and rock journalist and broadcaster Paul Sexton talks to the Rolling Stones - Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood - in a conversation recorded in late July in Toronto. The band discuss their place in the current music scene and the importance of the Rolling Stones brand. Plus backstage details of their touring. Part 2 airs on Monday at 7pm. Producer Mark Goodier
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