Purple Reign - The Story Of Prince [6 Music]

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012010060820150224 (6M)

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

012010060820151006 (6M)

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince, the singer, songwriter and musician.

First broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris tells the story of Prince.

She examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also explores Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

012010060820130618 (6M)

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince, the singer, songwriter and musician.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

012010060820150224 (6M)

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince, the singer, songwriter and musician.

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Mica Paris tells the story of Prince, the singer, songwriter and musician.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

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01Part 12010060820160422 (6M)

First broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris tells the story of Prince.

She examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also explores Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

01Part 12010060820160422 (6M)

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince, the singer, songwriter and musician.

01Part 12010060820120828
20160422 (6M)
20151006 (6M)
20150224 (6M)
20130618 (6M)

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince, the singer, songwriter and musician.

First broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris tells the story of Prince.

She examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also explores Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince, the singer, songwriter and musician.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince, the singer, songwriter and musician.

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince, the singer, songwriter and musician.

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince, the singer, songwriter and musician.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

First broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris tells the story of Prince.

She examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also explores Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

022010060920151007 (6M)

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince, who has recently been in the UK promoting his new music.

She examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also explores Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

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In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince, who has recently been in the UK promoting his new music.

She examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also explores Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

022010060920150225 (6M)

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince, who has recently been in the UK promoting his new music.

She examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also explores Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

022010060920130619 (6M)

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

022010060920140312 (6M)

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

022010060920150225 (6M)

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

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Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

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02Part 22010060920160422 (6M)

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince, who has recently been in the UK promoting his new music.

She examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also explores Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

02Part 22010060920160422 (6M)

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

02Part 22010060920120829
20160422 (6M)
20151007 (6M)
20150225 (6M)
20140312 (6M)
20130619 (6M)

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince, who has recently been in the UK promoting his new music.

She examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also explores Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

The story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

Purple Reign - The Prince Story Part 2 Celebrate Prince's birthday all this week.

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince, who has recently been in the UK promoting his new music.

She examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also explores Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince, who has recently been in the UK promoting his new music.

She examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also explores Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince, who has recently been in the UK promoting his new music.

She examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also explores Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

032010061020151008 (6M)

Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince.

In this programme she explores the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

She also considers the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

The programme features was first broadcast in 2003 and includes contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

032010061020150226 (6M)

Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince.

In this programme she explores the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

She also considers the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

The programme features was first broadcast in 2003 and includes contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

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Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince, who has recently been in the UK promoting his new music.??????

In this programme she explores the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

She also considers the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

The programme features was first broadcast in 2003 and includes contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

032010061020130620 (6M)

Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

In this programme we look into the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

We also look at the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

In 2003 his name is Prince again and although he's without a record deal, he is cultivating a new relationship with his fams (or family). For one week per year he opens Paisley Park to celebrate his birthday and his newfound beliefs.

The programme features contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

032010061020120830

Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

In this programme we look into the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

We also look at the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

In 2003 his name is Prince again and although he's without a record deal, he is cultivating a new relationship with his fams (or family). For one week per year he opens Paisley Park to celebrate his birthday and his newfound beliefs.

The programme features contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

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03Part 32010061020160422 (6M)

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince.

In this programme she explores the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

She also considers the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

The programme features was first broadcast in 2003 and includes contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

03Part 32010061020160422 (6M)

Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

03Part 32010061020120830
20160422 (6M)
20151008 (6M)
20150226 (6M)
20140313 (6M)
20130620 (6M)

Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince.

In this programme she explores the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

She also considers the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

The programme features was first broadcast in 2003 and includes contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

The story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

In this programme we look into the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

We also look at the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

In 2003 his name is Prince again and although he's without a record deal, he is cultivating a new relationship with his fams (or family). For one week per year he opens Paisley Park to celebrate his birthday and his newfound beliefs.

The programme features contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

In this programme we look into the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

We also look at the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

In 2003 his name is Prince again and although he's without a record deal, he is cultivating a new relationship with his fams (or family). For one week per year he opens Paisley Park to celebrate his birthday and his newfound beliefs.

The programme features contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

Mica Paris continues the story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

In this programme we look into the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

We also look at the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

In 2003 his name is Prince again and although he's without a record deal, he is cultivating a new relationship with his fams (or family). For one week per year he opens Paisley Park to celebrate his birthday and his newfound beliefs.

The programme features contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince.

In this programme she explores the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

She also considers the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

The programme features was first broadcast in 2003 and includes contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince.

In this programme she explores the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

She also considers the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

The programme features was first broadcast in 2003 and includes contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

In a programme first broadcast in 2003, Mica Paris continues the story of Prince, who has recently been in the UK promoting his new music.??????

In this programme she explores the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

She also considers the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

The programme features was first broadcast in 2003 and includes contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

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Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince.

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

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Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

04Part 42010061120160422 (6M)

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince.

04Part 42010061120160422 (6M)
20151009 (6M)

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince.

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince.

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

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Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince.

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

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Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

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Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince.

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

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Mica Paris continues the story of Prince.

In this programme we look into the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

We also look at the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

In 2003 his name is Prince again and although he's without a record deal, he is cultivating a new relationship with his fams (or family). For one week per year he opens Paisley Park to celebrate his birthday and his newfound beliefs.

The programme features contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

04 LAST2010061120120831
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The story of the singer, songwriter and musician.

Mica Paris continues the story of Prince.

In this programme we look into the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

We also look at the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

In 2003 his name is Prince again and although he's without a record deal, he is cultivating a new relationship with his fams (or family). For one week per year he opens Paisley Park to celebrate his birthday and his newfound beliefs.

The programme features contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

In this programme we look into the mystery of the most famous non-release of 1987, the Black Album and at the meaning of his favourite word of 1988, Lovesexy.

We also look at the souring of his relationship with Warner Brothers in the 1990s when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and went on the road with "slave" scrawled on his face.

In 2003 his name is Prince again and although he's without a record deal, he is cultivating a new relationship with his fams (or family). For one week per year he opens Paisley Park to celebrate his birthday and his newfound beliefs.

The programme features contributions from George Clinton, Chaka Khan and producer Jimmy Jam.

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince.

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince.

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince. First broadcast in 2003.

6M0120110630

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.

6M0120110630

Mica Paris tells the story of Prince.

Mica Paris examines Prince's best releases of the 1980s, from the controversial funk rock of Dirty Mind to the breakthrough success of 1999 and the epoch-defining Sign o the Times.

The programme also examines Prince's work as a producer for such artists as Sinead O'Connor, The Bangles and Alicia Keys.

The programme features contributions from Chaka Khan, Alexander O'Neal and ex-member of The Time, Jimmy Jam, plus members of The Revolution.

First broadcast in 2003.