At The BBC

Episodes

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Annie Lennox At The Bbc20121206

Johnnie Walker introduces a history of Annie Lennox and Eurythmics drawn from BBC archive sessions and interviews.

Bryan Ferry And Roxy Music20130212

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.

David Bowie20130226

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 Bbc20121220

Johnnie Walker introduces a portrait of Dusty drawn from BBC archive interviews and performances.

Led Zeppelin At The Bbc20121129

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 Bbc20121101

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.

Paul Mccartney20121026

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 Bbc20121026

Johnnie Walker's portrait of Sir Paul drawn from BBC archive interviews and performances.

The Jam At The Bbc20130205

Johnnie Walker introduces a portrait of The Jam and lead singer Paul Weller, drawn entirely from BBC archive interviews and performances.

The Kinks At The Bbc20121108

Johnnie Walker introduces a history of the Kinks, drawn entirely from BBC archive interviews and performance.

The Rolling Stones At The Bbc20121115

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 Bbc20121213

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.

U220130219

Johnnie Walker introduces a portrait of rock greats U2, drawn entirely from BBC archive interviews and performances.