|Annie Lennox At The Bbc||20121206|
Johnnie Walker introduces a history of Annie Lennox and Eurythmics drawn from BBC archive sessions and interviews.
|Bryan Ferry And Roxy Music||20130212|
Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music are among the UK's most original and inspiring groups, their innovative fusion of art and music making a huge impact in the UK since that first astonishing Top Of The Pops performance of Virginia Plain a full 40 years ago now.
In this programme we trace the history of Roxy Music, and of Bryan Ferry as a solo artist, using only BBC archive and taking in interviews, sessions and live music from the last four decades.
Ken Bruce introduces a look at David Bowie's BBC career from 1970 to 1973, including rare interviews, sessions and concert performances.
|Dusty Springfield At The Bbc||20121220|
Johnnie Walker introduces a portrait of Dusty drawn from BBC archive interviews and performances.
|Led Zeppelin At The Bbc||20121129|
With the eyes of the rock world on the recent issue of Led Zeppelin's 2007 reunion concert Johnnie Walker presents a timely history of the classic rock band drawn entirely from BBC Archive interviews and performances, and including their very first live appearance for the Beeb.
|Madness At The Bbc||20121101|
Johnnie Walker introduces a history of Madness, drawn entirely from BBC archive interviews and performance, going right back to 1979 with their very first radio session.
Johnnie Walker presents a portrait of Sir Paul drawn from BBC archive interviews and performances.
The programme starts with the break-up of The Beatles and traces McCartney's career as a solo artist up to the present. It's made up entirely of rare BBC archive interviews and performances and presents a fascinating picture of one of Britain's greatest musicians. Among other treats we hear Sir Paul deconstructing Band On The Run for a Radio 2 TV ad and recording a session at Abbey Road!
|Paul Mccartney At The Bbc||20121026|
Johnnie Walker's portrait of Sir Paul drawn from BBC archive interviews and performances.
|The Jam At The Bbc||20130205|
|The Kinks At The Bbc||20121108|
Johnnie Walker introduces a history of the Kinks, drawn entirely from BBC archive interviews and performance.
|The Rolling Stones At The Bbc||20121115|
As part of Radio 2's weekend with the Rolling Stones, Johnnie Walker introduces a history of the band drawn entirely from BBC archive interviews and performances, going right back to the early 1960s and the Stones' first sessions for the Corporation.
|The Smiths At The Bbc||20121213|
Johnnie Walker introduces a Smiths' history drawn from BBC archive sessions and interviews. It goes right back to the iconic band's first appearances on the national airwaves.
Johnnie Walker introduces a portrait of rock greats U2, drawn entirely from BBC archive interviews and performances.