|01||01||Hi Ho Silver Lining||20010514|
Record producer Micky Most, DJ Dave Jansen and the Fat Cats band from Camberley take a look at `Hi Ho Silver Lining', party favourite and thorn in Jeff Beck's side.
|01||02||No Woman No Cry||20010515||20020725|
Singer Pauline Black looks at Bob Marley's `No Woman No Cry', which achieved a cultural resonance in terms of black consciousness and the experience of women around the world.
|01||03||If You Leave Me Now||20010516||20021008|
In this edition, how Peter Cetera's accidental invention of the power ballad, in the form of the Chicago song, provided a vehicle for, among others, Elkie Brooks and the King's Singers.
|01||04||Love Don't Live Here Any More||20010517|
Mike U'Dell explains why Rose Royce's tale of abandonment lays down a particular challenge to disco drummers.
|01||05 LAST||Stairway To Heaven||20010518||20020730|
Artists and admirers consider Led Zeppelin's `Stairway to Heaven', discussing why it has survived the passage of time in cover versions by, among others, Rolf Harris.
Petula Clark's 1964 chart-topper was subsequently covered by everyone from Frank Sinatra to the Chipmunks.
|02||02||Under The Boardwalk||20020326||20021010|
The second of four programmes dissecting classic pop songs analyses the Drifters' summer hit `Under the Boardwalk'
A dissection of the classic pop song `Under the Boardwalk', the Drifters' summer hit.
Contributors include the Deighton Family, guitarist Nick Bell and mobile DJ Dave Jansen.
|02||03||A Whiter Shade Of Pale||20020327||20021011|
A dissection of the classic pop song `A Whiter Shade of Pale', which intoxicated the world in 1967.
Procul Harum vocalist Gary Brooker traces the song's evolution.
|02||04 LAST||I Feel Love||20020328|