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198A0119980108

By Iain Banks, dramatised in four parts by Joe Dunlop.

1: Paul Gambaccini presents the real story behind the spectacular rise and tragic fall of one of the seventies' mega-bands, Frozen Gold.

With John Gordon-Sinclair, Louise Beattie and James Macpherson.

Director Dave Batchelor.

198A0219980115

By Iain Banks, dramatised in four parts by Joe Dunlop.

2: Frozen Gold has signed the album deal that set a rock industry record.

But can Weird, the working-class songwriter from Paisley, cope with sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll? With John Gordon-Sinclair, Louise Beattie and James Macpherson.

Director Dave Batchelor.

198A0319980122

By Iain Banks, dramatised in four parts by Joe Dunlop.

3: Frozen Gold are at the height of their fame, and Weird, the songwriting genius from a Paisley housing scheme, is feeling guilty about his obscene wealth.

But how does he feel when he causes the first accident to strike the band? With John Gordon-Sinclair, Louise Beattie and James Macpherson.

Director Dave Batchelor.

198A0419980129

By Iain Banks, dramatised by Joe Dunlop.

The last of four parts.

Did Weird kill himself, as was reported in the Daily Press, or is he alive and responsible for two deaths in the band? Can he make up for at least one of the mistakes in his life? With John Gordon-Sinclair, Louise Beattie and Steven McNicoll.

Director Dave Batchelor.

A0119990111

By Iain Banks, dramatised in four parts by Joe Dunlop.

Paul Gambaccini presents the real story behind the rise and fall of one of the big 70s bands - Frozen Gold.

With John Gordon-Sinclair and Louise MacPherson.

Director Dave Batchelor

A02Top Of The Pops19990118

By Iain Banks, dramatised in four parts by Joe Dunlop.

2: Paul Gambaccini presents the second part of the story of 1970s band Frozen Gold.

The group signs an album deal that sets a rock industry record.

But what does Sexy Christine do on `Top of the Pops' that sets the nation alight? With John Gordon-Sinclair and Louise Beattie.

Director Dave Batchelor

A0319990125

By Iain Banks, dramatised in four parts by Joe Dunlop.

3: Paul Gambaccini presents the third part of the story of 1970s band Frozen Gold.

The band is at the height of fame and Weird, the songwriting genius from a Paisley housing scheme, is feeling guilty about his obscene wealth.

But then he causes an accident.

With John Gordon-Sinclair and Louise Beattie.

Directed by Dave Batchelor

A04 LAST19990201

Iain Banks's novel about 1970s band Frozen Gold, dramatised in four parts by Joe Dunlop.

4: Did Weird kill himself, as was reported in the daily press, or is he alive and responsible for two deaths in the band? Can he make up for at least one of the mistakes in his life? With John Gordon-Sinclair, Louise Beattie and Paul Gambaccini.

Director Dave Batchelor