The Blaqqer's Guide
4/6. Rock and pop observer
David Quantick presents nuggets of information about popular music, employing fake archive footage, adverts and recordings.
1.30 The Flight of the Conchords 2/6. Rob Brydon narrates a musical comedy starring Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement as satirical pop act Flight of the Conchords. Repeated from Thursday
Live from London's
Hyde Park and including link-ups with Glasgow, Manchester,
Swansea and Belfast, an evening of popular classics from the BBC Concert Orchestra and the Royal Choral Society conducted by Carl Davis , with tenor Andrea Bocelli , violinist and BBC Young Musician of the Year Nicola Benedetti , pop-opera quartet G4 and Simply Red. Terry Wogan hosts the tenth annual event. And at around 9.45 the grand finale from the Last Night of the Proms at the Royal Albert Hall , with Paul Daniel conducting the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Producer Bridget Apps The Last Night of the Proms is also broadcast on Radio 3 at
7.30pm and televised on BBC2 at 7.30pm (part 1) and on BBC1 at 9.15pm (part 2)
From Nashville in the wake of last night's American Music Association Awards, with live sets from Canadian quintet the Dunks - who fuse bluegrass, gospel and rock with acoustic - and singer/songwriter Jeff Black.
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