Mike talks to folk giant Ralph McTell about his career and musical influences. With a selection of tracks spanning 40 years from McTell's days of busking in Paris to selling out the Royal Albert Hall in London.
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2/3. Angie Stone celebrates the Supremes, the Motown hits trio that dominated the American pop charts like no other native act during the 1960s. This edition looks at the perfecting of their now-iconic, kitschily glamorous style and the seamless run of hits composed by the team of Holland/Dozier/Holland, including every single from Where Did Our Love Go (1964) to Forever Came Today (1968). With input from Mary Wilson , Oprah Winfrey , designer Bob Mackie and former Supreme Cindy Birdsong.
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