Hey! Bo Diddley

Roger Daltrey celebrates the life and music of the rock 'n' roll legend Bo Diddley.

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Roger Daltrey celebrates the life and music of the late rock 'n' roll legend Bo Diddley.

Part of the great triumvirate that includes Little Richard and Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley will always be famous for The Bo Diddley Beat, used by artists as diverse as the Smiths, Bruce Springsteen and Guns N' Roses.

Including interviews with Dave Davies from the Kinks, Tom McGuinness of Manfred Mann, Wilko Johnson from Dr Feelgood, Marshall Chess, Paul Barrere and Bo Diddley himself.

This is the story of a remarkable life, from Diddley's humble beginnings to rock 'n' roll superstardom.

Including contributions from Dave Davies, Tom McGuinness, Wilko Johnson and Marshall Chess.

Presented by Roger Daltrey.

The Mississippi-born maverick imbibed rock 'n' roll with the blues and influenced diverse acts such as The Smiths, U2 and George Michael. Presented by Roger Daltrey.

The Mississippi-born maverick imbibed rock 'n' roll with the blues and influenced diverse acts such as The Smiths, U2 and George Michael

Roger Daltrey profiles Mississippi-born maverick bluesman Bo Diddley.

Roger Daltrey tells the story of the great Bo Diddley, the Mississippi-born maverick who blended rock 'n' roll with the blues and influenced diverse acts such as The Smiths, U2 and George Michael.

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Roger Daltrey celebrates the life and music of the late rock 'n' roll legend Bo Diddley.

Part of the great triumvirate that includes Little Richard and Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley will always be famous for The Bo Diddley Beat, used by artists as diverse as the Smiths, Bruce Springsteen and Guns N' Roses.

Including interviews with Dave Davies from the Kinks, Tom McGuinness of Manfred Mann, Wilko Johnson from Dr Feelgood, Marshall Chess, Paul Barrere and Bo Diddley himself.

This is the story of a remarkable life, from Diddley's humble beginnings to rock 'n' roll superstardom.

Including contributions from Dave Davies, Tom McGuinness, Wilko Johnson and Marshall Chess.

Presented by Roger Daltrey.

The Mississippi-born maverick imbibed rock 'n' roll with the blues and influenced diverse acts such as The Smiths, U2 and George Michael. Presented by Roger Daltrey.

The Mississippi-born maverick imbibed rock 'n' roll with the blues and influenced diverse acts such as The Smiths, U2 and George Michael

Roger Daltrey profiles Mississippi-born maverick bluesman Bo Diddley.

Roger Daltrey tells the story of the great Bo Diddley, the Mississippi-born maverick who blended rock 'n' roll with the blues and influenced diverse acts such as The Smiths, U2 and George Michael.

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Roger Daltrey celebrates the life and music of the late rock 'n' roll legend Bo Diddley.

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Bo recalls the gig at the Apollo where Elvis may have seen him strut his stuff.

Roger looks at his impact on country music and assesses his standing today.

Contributors include Marshall Chess, Bill Wyman, Don Everly, Ron Wood, Wilko Johnson and Spider Webb of the Horrors.

Roger Daltrey profiles Mississippi-born maverick bluesman Bo Diddley.

Roger Daltrey concludes the story of the great Bo Diddley, the Mississippi-born maverick who blended rock 'n' roll with the blues and influenced diverse acts such as The Smiths, U2 and George Michael.

Presented by Roger Daltrey.

The Mississippi-born maverick imbibed rock 'n' roll with the blues and influenced diverse acts such as The Smiths, U2 and George Michael. Presented by Roger Daltrey.

The Mississippi-born maverick imbibed rock 'n' roll with the blues and influenced diverse acts such as The Smiths, U2 and George Michael

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Presented by Roger Daltrey

The Mississippi-born maverick imbibed rock 'n' roll with the blues and influenced diverse acts such as The Smiths, U2 and George Michael