Radio 2's rock and pop nerds walk the length of Hadrian's Wall throughout the week, stopping off at venues to broadcast their live show with special guests.
Performing live tonight are indie folk-pop act Noah and the Whale and singer Beth Jeans Houghton.
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3/3. Patti Austin tells the story of V-Discs - the 1940s record label set up by the US military. This final instalment takes a closer look at the Nazi propaganda created in response to the popularity of V-Discs.
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