3/3. Zoe Ball traces the evolution of UK dance music. This final chapter starts in 1994, when raves were all the rage, so much so that lawmakers took against them. The scene moved back indoors, and ravers became clubbers. By the mid-90s dance music had consolidated its hold on the music mainstream, with London club giant Ministry of Sound parenting eight global franchises, a record label, a radio station and a television channel, and house music evolved into so-called progressive house. See also Tuesday 11.30pm
Retro series devoted to US oldies. Shadows musician and songwriter Bruce Welch - who co-wrote the 1963 back-to-back number ones
Summer Holiday (for Cliff Richard ) and Foot Tapper- identifies the US songs that have influenced him.
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