Out to Lunch
4/6. Russell Kane hosts a zany show of sketches, music and new talent.
1.30 On the Blog
4/6. Satire about a young blog proprietor. This chapter features a violent allergic reaction and IT chaos.
New series 1/3. Zoe Ball tackles the evolution of UK dance music, with late-80s acid house serving as the pivot around which other genres spin. The series explores dance scenes across the UK, encompassing northern soul, funk, rare groove, hip-hop, prog house, techno and drum 'n' bass, featuring dance-floor luminaries such as Sasha,
Russ Winstanley , Ian Levine , Fabio, Norman Jay , Jazzie B and Paul Oakenfold. The story starts with 1970s northern soul - with Wigan Casino its mecca - and swiftly proceeds to the 1980s with the emerging national soul scene, spearheaded by DJ/promoter/ club owner Nicky Holloway , who serves as consultant to the series.
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