Roger Daltrey presents a six-part profile of the rock 'n' roll legend.
The opening episode features an overview of Chuck Berry in the 50s, his lyric-writing, and his fusion of white and black music.
Roger Daltrey presents the second in a six-part profile of the rock 'n' roll legend.
This episode harks back to Berry's background in St Louis and his first recording session in the Chess studios.
Roger Daltry presents the third in a six-part profile of the rock 'n' roll legend.
He explores Chuck Berry's influences, looks at his effect on teenagers and discusses the importance of his lyrics.
Roger Daltrey looks at one of Chuck's biggest 'mistakes': his conviction for transporting an underage girl across a state line, which led to eighteen months in jail.
This episode assesses the impact of Chuck's music on the burgeoning British blues scene.
With contributions from Paul McCartney, Bill Wyman, Ray Davies and Jimmy Page.
Roger Daltrey concludes a six-part profile of the rock 'n' roll legend.
This episode traces the course of Chuck's music in the 70s.