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3/3. Angie Stone concludes a celebration of the Supremes, the glittering Motown trio that emerged from the girl-group era to conquer the charts with a run of enduring pop dramas equalled possibly only by the Beatles in their consistent vitality and emotional pull. Someday We'll Be Together
The story concludes with a look at the girls' golden status among all Motown acts and the search in late
1969 for a successor to
Diana Ross. She was replaced by Jean Terrell and among the hits from the Terrell era was the 1971 gem Nathan Jones. With input from
Supremes Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong , group manager Shelley Berger and Lionel Richie.

Contributors

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Angie Stone
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Diana Ross.
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Jean Terrell
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Nathan Jones.
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Supremes Mary Wilson
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Cindy Birdsong
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Shelley Berger
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Lionel Richie.

A repeat of an abridged version of Evelyn Waugh 's satire, published in 1928. Rik Mayall tells the story. 7/8. Following his arrest on the morning of his wedding,
Paul Pennyfeather faces the prospect of a trial for trading in slavery. Abridged by Neville Teller

Contributors

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Evelyn Waugh
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Rik Mayall
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Paul Pennyfeather
Abridged By:
Neville Teller

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