The Smith Lectures
3/6. Today's antics explore the joys and pitfalls of capitalism.
130 Clive Anderson 's Chat Room New series 1/8. Return of the topical satire in which special guests join Clive Anderson for a dissection of the week's news. With Jo Bunting , Fred MacAulay and writer Will Self. Producer Lissa Evans
Pete Mitchell interviews influential rock drummer Carmine Appice , who first hit big as part of 60s psychedelic band Vanilla Fudge (You Keep Me Hangin' On). His CV also includes work with Cactus, Jeff Beck , Ozzy Osbourne , Pink Floyd and Rod Stewart , songwriting (Do Ya Think I'm Sexy and Young Turks) and author (the popular drumming book Realistic Rock Drum Method). With input from members of Black Sabbath, Blue Oyster Cult, Dio, Cactus and Vanilla Fudge. Producer Pete Mitchell
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