Tom Robinson presents a series celebrating the fruitful relationship between reggae and punk music in the late 70s.
In early 1977 The Clash played at the opening night of The Roxy Club in London. The regular DJ at the club was Don Letts - at the time there weren't really any punk records to play, so Don would spin reggae tunes. Soon a remarkable relationship flourished between the punk and reggae camps which would lead onto all sorts of things.
With the help of members of The Clash, John Lydon, Mikey Dread, Viv Albertine of The Slits and others, Tom Robinson tells the story.