DJ Chris Goldfinger journeys home to reason with the rastas and rock steady with the rude boys.
With Sunfest 97 sessions from Luciano; Ken Boothe and Alton Ellis; and a blessing from Burning Spear to mark the thirty-fifth anniversary of Jamaican independence.
Chris Goldfinger meets the DJs and dance-hall dons who are shaping the sound of the 90s reggae rhythms, and traces the toasting tradition back to U Roy and the early sound systems.
With live Sunfest sets from Lady Saw, Beenie Man, and King Yellow Man.
Chris Goldfinger considers reggae's crossover internationally as he catches producers Sly and Robbie at work and checks out Tuff Gong Studios - Bob Marley's marketing legacy.