A look at the dramas that lie behind some of the best-known Birmingham bands of the 1960s and 70s, including the Move, ELO and Wizzard. Narrated by John Peel. Show more
John Peel examines the life and career of photographer Edward Chambre Hardman, whose pictures captured the people and city of Liverpool during its pre-war heyday. Show more
Series going behind the scenes of famous rock and pop groups looks at Black Sabbath, who have caused outrage with their lifestyles as well as their lyrics. Show more
Series that looks at pop history. Formed in 1967, Fleetwood Mac have had many different line-ups. Mick Fleetwood, John McVie and Stevie Nicks tell the story. Show more
John Peel presents the pop chart show. Includes appearances from David Christie, Culture Club, Fat Larry's Band, Depeche Mode, Musical Youth, Survivor and Evelyn King. Show more
Featuring Mari Wilson, Tears for Fears, Pinkees, Barry Manilow, Olivia Newton John, America, Men at Work, John Mellencamp, Melba Moore, Ultravox, The Beatles and Musical Youth. Show more
John Peel presents the weekly chart show from 18 November 1982. With Modern Romance, Duran Duran, Blancmange, Renee & Renato, Wham, Eddy Grant, Tears for Fears and Hall & Oates. Show more
Performances by Incantation, Men at Work, Sharon Redd, Keith Harris and Orville, The Belle Stars, John Williams, Eddy Grant, Phil Collins, The Maisonettes and Donna Summer. Show more
John Peel and David Jensen introduce the hits from the pop charts, first broadcast on 3 February 1983. Featuring Haysi Fantayzee, Indeep, Tears For Fears, U2 and Men at Work. Show more
John Peel and Tommy Vance present the pop chart programme, from November 1984. Featuring Nick Heyward, The Human League, Billy Ocean, Murray Head, Shakin' Stevens and Chaka Khan. Show more
John Peel and Richard Skinner present the pop chart programme, from January 1985. Featuring Smiley Culture, Sal Solo, Paul Young, Tears For Fears, Toy Dolls, Madonna and Band Aid. Show more
John Peel presents the pop chart show, first broadcast on 4 February 1982. With appearances from OMD, Jets, Soft Cell, XTC, Christopher Cross, Kraftwerk, Theatre of Hate and Zoo. Show more
John Peel and David Jensen present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 1 September 1983. Featuring Modern Romance, Madness, Genesis, Big Country, Stray Cats and UB40.
David Jensen and John Peel present the pop chart programme, from October 1983. Featuring Freeez, David Bowie, Depeche Mode, David Grant, The Alarm, New Order and Culture Club. Show more
David Jensen and John Peel present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 10 November 1983. Features Musical Youth, Adam Ant, Eurythmics, Limahl, The Cure and Billy Joel.
John Peel and David Jensen present performances by Slade, Culture Club, Paul McCartney, Dennis Waterman & George Cole, Billy Joel, Howard Jones and The Flying Pickets. Show more
Special 20th anniversary edition from 5 January 1984, with performances by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Rod Stewart, Status Quo, Frank Kelly, Slade and The Flying Pickets. Show more
John Peel and David Jensen present appearances from Musical Youth, Queen, Matthew Wilder, Fiction Factory, Thomas Dolby, Thompson Twins, Juan Martin and Duran Duran. Show more
John Peel and David Jensen present the weekly look at the pop charts, from March 1983. Featuring OMD, Bananarama, Patti Austin and James Ingram, and Michael Jackson.
John Peel and David Jensen present the weekly look at the pop charts, from 23 March 1983. With JoBoxers, David Bowie, Orange Juice, Altered Images, Duran Duran and David Joseph. Show more