Including after 11.30 throughout the week Tracks of My Years, in which singer Chad Kroeger (Nickelback) picks - two a day - his ten favourite discs, today featuring
Free and Bob Marley and The Waiters.
New series. 1/6. English trumpeter Guy Barker presents an authoritative guide to jazz, with themes ranging from the art of arranging to jazz on the silver screen and the 70th anniversary of Blue Records. The series starts with a survey of jazz festivals, including Newport, Montreux and New Orleans. Producer Henry Lopez-Real
4/6. DJ Dave Pearce presents an essential, alphabetical guide to disco, which he credits as a catalyst for his own role in dance music. The series explores four decades of popular and obscure recordings, with this next instalment covering letters 0 to R, featuring The O'Jays, Vicki Sue Robinson and Rose Royce.
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