David Quantick examines Bristol's music scene. He starts with the early days, and why Bristol? Show more
David Quantick looks at how the mood changed in Bristol during the 1980s, moving from the political nihilism of The Pop Group to the funk of Pigbag. Show more
David Quantick explores the Wild Bunch collective's evolution into Massive Attack and the birth of trip hop. Show more
David Quantick concludes his examination of the Bristol scene with a look at the years 1994 to 1996, when a credible slowed-down hip hop beat was essential for any pop tune. Show more
Stuart Maconie tells the story of the pioneering Amercian rock 'n' roll DJ whose career was ruined by the payola scandal. Show more
Stuart Maconie tells the story of the Madchester scene from the late 1980s to the early 90s.
Stuart Maconie tells the story of the Madchester scene from the late 1980s to the early 90s. Show more
Journalist and broadcaster Paul Sexton travels to Memphis to tell the story of Al Green, the last great soul man. Show more
Paul tells the story of Green's fateful meeting with Memphis artist and producer Willie Mitchell and their subsequent collaboration. Show more
A number of Green's friends and colleagues talk about the challenges of working with the enigmatic star. Show more
Another chance to hear a music documentary.
Marc revisits classic interviews from the BBC archives, including the Gallagher brothers and Jarvis Cocker. Show more
Marc revisits classic interviews from the BBC archives, including Boy George and Tom Waits. Show more
Marc revisits classic interviews from the BBC archives, including Iggy Pop and Marvin Gaye. Show more
Marc travels back to 1977, when Sid Vicious and bandmate Johnny Rotten talked with Radio 1 presenter John Tobler about their new album Never Mind the Bollocks. Show more
Marc travels back to 1983, when the Police were interviewed by David 'Kid' Jensen just after the release of their album Synchronicity. Show more