Bowie's Heroes

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012013040220170105 (6M)

Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Tony Visconti and Brian Eno discuss David Bowie.

Another chance to heat Matt Everitt's programme looking at the people who inspired David Bowie to make music - the writers, musicians, composers and artists who've helped shape his work.

By exploring the the music Bowie loves and sharing insights from those with whom Bowie has worked, the programme charts the ways that Bowie's songs have evolved over the years.

With contributions from many Bowie collaborators, such as Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Neil Tennant, Tony Visconti, Rick Wakeman, Brian Eno, Moby and Billy Corgan. We also hear from musicians who cite him as a major influence, including Simon Le Bon, Johnny Marr, Martin Fry, Sinead O'Connor and Wayne Coyne.

012013040220140102 (6M)

Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Tony Visconti and Brian Eno discuss David Bowie.

Bowie's Heroes looks at the people who inspired Bowie to make music. The writers, musicians, composers and artists who've helped shape his work from his first releases to the present day,

By speaking to those with whom he's collaborated (and playing the music he loves) we'll chart how Bowie's songs have evolved over the years.

Featuring new exclusive interviews alongside rare and archive audio, we'll hear from many of the people he's worked alongside, including Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Neil Tennant, Tony Visconti, Rick Wakeman, Brian Eno, Moby and Billy Corgan.

We'll also feature musicians who cite him as a life-changing influence, like Simon Le Bon, Johnny Marr, Martin Fry, Sinead O'Connor and Wayne Coyne.

012013040220140102 (6M)

Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Tony Visconti and Brian Eno discuss David Bowie.

Bowie's Heroes looks at the people who inspired Bowie to make music. The writers, musicians, composers and artists who've helped shape his work from his first releases to the present day,

By speaking to those with whom he's collaborated (and playing the music he loves) we'll chart how Bowie's songs have evolved over the years.

Featuring new exclusive interviews alongside rare and archive audio, we'll hear from many of the people he's worked alongside, including Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Neil Tennant, Tony Visconti, Rick Wakeman, Brian Eno, Moby and Billy Corgan.

We'll also feature musicians who cite him as a life-changing influence, like Simon Le Bon, Johnny Marr, Martin Fry, Sinead O'Connor and Wayne Coyne.

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012013040220160107 (6M)

Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Tony Visconti and Brian Eno discuss David Bowie.

As David Bowie releases his new album Blackstar, there's another chance to heat Matt Everitt's programme looking at the people who inspired Bowie to make music - the writers, musicians, composers and artists who've helped shape his work.

By exploring the the music Bowie loves and sharing insights from those with whom Bowie has worked, the programme charts the ways that Bowie's songs have evolved over the years.

With contributions from many Bowie collaborators, such as Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Neil Tennant, Tony Visconti, Rick Wakeman, Brian Eno, Moby and Billy Corgan. We also hear from musicians who cite him as a major influence, including Simon Le Bon, Johnny Marr, Martin Fry, Sinead O'Connor and Wayne Coyne.

012013040220160107 (6M)

Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Tony Visconti and Brian Eno discuss David Bowie.

As David Bowie releases his new album Blackstar, there's another chance to heat Matt Everitt's programme looking at the people who inspired Bowie to make music - the writers, musicians, composers and artists who've helped shape his work.

By exploring the the music Bowie loves and sharing insights from those with whom Bowie has worked, the programme charts the ways that Bowie's songs have evolved over the years.

With contributions from many Bowie collaborators, such as Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Neil Tennant, Tony Visconti, Rick Wakeman, Brian Eno, Moby and Billy Corgan. We also hear from musicians who cite him as a major influence, including Simon Le Bon, Johnny Marr, Martin Fry, Sinead O'Connor and Wayne Coyne.

022013040320170106 (6M)

Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Tony Visconti and Brian Eno discuss David Bowie.

Another chance to heat Matt Everitt's programme looking at the people who inspired David Bowie to make music - the writers, musicians, composers and artists who've helped shape his work.

By exploring the the music Bowie loves and sharing insights from those with whom Bowie has worked, the programme charts the ways that Bowie's songs have evolved over the years.

With contributions from many Bowie collaborators, such as Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Neil Tennant, Tony Visconti, Rick Wakeman, Brian Eno, Moby and Billy Corgan. We also hear from musicians who cite him as a major influence, including Simon Le Bon, Johnny Marr, Martin Fry, Sinead O'Connor and Wayne Coyne.

022013040320160108 (6M)

Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Tony Visconti and Brian Eno discuss David Bowie.

As David Bowie releases his new album Blackstar, there's another chance to heat Matt Everitt's programme looking at the people who inspired Bowie to make music - the writers, musicians, composers and artists who've helped shape his work.

By exploring the the music Bowie loves and sharing insights from those with whom Bowie has worked, the programme charts the ways that Bowie's songs have evolved over the years.

With contributions from many Bowie collaborators, such as Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Neil Tennant, Tony Visconti, Rick Wakeman, Brian Eno, Moby and Billy Corgan. We also hear from musicians who cite him as a major influence, including Simon Le Bon, Johnny Marr, Martin Fry, Sinead O'Connor and Wayne Coyne.

022013040320160108 (6M)

Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Tony Visconti and Brian Eno discuss David Bowie.

As David Bowie releases his new album Blackstar, there's another chance to heat Matt Everitt's programme looking at the people who inspired Bowie to make music - the writers, musicians, composers and artists who've helped shape his work.

By exploring the the music Bowie loves and sharing insights from those with whom Bowie has worked, the programme charts the ways that Bowie's songs have evolved over the years.

With contributions from many Bowie collaborators, such as Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Neil Tennant, Tony Visconti, Rick Wakeman, Brian Eno, Moby and Billy Corgan. We also hear from musicians who cite him as a major influence, including Simon Le Bon, Johnny Marr, Martin Fry, Sinead O'Connor and Wayne Coyne.

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Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Tony Visconti and Brian Eno discuss David Bowie.

Bowie's Heroes looks at the people who inspired Bowie to make music. The writers, musicians, composers and artists who've helped shape his work from his first releases to the present day,

By speaking to those with whom he's collaborated (and playing the music he loves) we'll chart how Bowie's songs have evolved over the years.

Featuring new exclusive interviews alongside rare and archive audio, we'll hear from many of the people he's worked alongside, including Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Neil Tennant, Tony Visconti, Rick Wakeman, Brian Eno, Moby and Billy Corgan.

We'll also feature musicians who cite him as a life-changing influence, like Simon Le Bon, Johnny Marr, Martin Fry, Sinead O'Connor and Wayne Coyne.

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Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Tony Visconti and Brian Eno discuss David Bowie.

Bowie's Heroes looks at the people who inspired Bowie to make music. The writers, musicians, composers and artists who've helped shape his work from his first releases to the present day,

By speaking to those with whom he's collaborated (and playing the music he loves) we'll chart how Bowie's songs have evolved over the years.

Featuring new exclusive interviews alongside rare and archive audio, we'll hear from many of the people he's worked alongside, including Dave Grohl, Frank Black, Nile Rogers, Neil Tennant, Tony Visconti, Rick Wakeman, Brian Eno, Moby and Billy Corgan.

We'll also feature musicians who cite him as a life-changing influence, like Simon Le Bon, Johnny Marr, Martin Fry, Sinead O'Connor and Wayne Coyne.

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Another chance to hear Matt Everitt exploring the writers, musicians, composers and artists who inspired David Bowie, repeated as a tribute to the artist.

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Another chance to hear Matt Everitt exploring the writers, musicians, composers and artists who inspired David Bowie, repeated as a tribute to the artist.