Joe Strummer's London Calling

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In 2000, Joe Strummer became a DJ for BBC World Service - this is how he sounded.

In 2000, Joe Strummer became a DJ for the BBC World Service - this is how he sounded. Repeated as part of BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Four's Punk Britannia season.

Almost ten years after his sad death at the age of 50, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000. He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

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012012090420141209 (6M)

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

0120120904

012012090420141209 (6M)

In 2000, former Clash frontman Joe Strummer became a DJ for the BBC World Service - this is how he sounded.

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012012090420131227 (6M)

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

With his bandmates presenting a new show on 6 Music on Boxing Day, there's a chance to hear one of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded as a DJ for the BBC World Service in 2000.

0120120904

0120120904

Shortly after he'd have turned 60, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes the former Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000.

He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

0120120904

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

0220120617

In 2000, Joe Strummer became a DJ for BBC World Service - this is how he sounded.

Nine years after his sad death at the age of 50, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000. He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

0220120905

022012090520141210 (6M)

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

In 2000, former Clash frontman Joe Strummer became a DJ for the BBC World Service - this is how he sounded.

He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

0220120905

0220120905

Shortly after he'd have turned 60, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes the former Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000.

He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

0220120905

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

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032012090620141211 (6M)

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

In 2000, former Clash frontman Joe Strummer became a DJ for the BBC World Service - this is how he sounded.

He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

0320120906

0320120906

Shortly after he'd have turned 60, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes the former Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000.

He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

0320120906

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

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042012090720141212 (6M)

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

In 2000, former Clash frontman Joe Strummer became a DJ for the BBC World Service - this is how he sounded.

0420120907

0420120907

Shortly after he'd have turned 60, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes the former Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000.

0420120907

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

0520120911

Ten years after his sad death at the age of 50, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000. He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

0520120911

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

0520120911

Ten years after his sad death at the age of 50, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000. He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

0620120912

Ten years after his sad death at the age of 50, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000. He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

0620120912

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

0620120912

Ten years after his sad death at the age of 50, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000. He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

0620120912

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

Ten years after his sad death at the age of 50, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000. He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

0720120913

Ten years after his sad death at the age of 50, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000. He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

A chance to hear some of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000.

0820120914

Ten years after his sad death at the age of 50, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000. He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

0820120914

Ten years after his sad death at the age of 50, there's a chance to hear some of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000. He often started these shows with a song by Jamaican toaster Big Youth - after that it was anybody's guess - from Bob Dylan to The Ramones via Nina Simone, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. Here's another chance to see what he carried in his DJ box.

A chance to hear some of the programmes Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service.

A chance to hear some of the programmes Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded for the BBC World Service in 2000.