Salford Lad - Morrissey

It is almost 20 years since Morrissey launched his solo career, and ever since his emergence as front man with The Smiths during the Eighties, his songs have been analysed and quoted.

Stuart Maconie tells the story of the Manchester lad who became a British icon in a programme featuring contributions from friends, fans, colleagues and fellow musicians.

They include Richard Boon, Mike Hinc, Jo Slee, Andrew Paresi, Willy Russell, Badly Drawn Boy, Zoe Williams, John Hegley, Preston, Stephen Street, Tony Visconti, Andy Rourke and Suggs.

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It is almost 20 years since Morrissey launched his solo career, and ever since his emergence as front man with The Smiths during the Eighties, his songs have been analysed and quoted.

Stuart Maconie tells the story of the Manchester lad who became a British icon in a programme featuring contributions from friends, fans, colleagues and fellow musicians.

They include Richard Boon, Mike Hinc, Jo Slee, Andrew Paresi, Willy Russell, Badly Drawn Boy, Zoe Williams, John Hegley, Preston, Stephen Street, Tony Visconti, Andy Rourke and Suggs.Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.

Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey - the Salford boy who became a British icon.

Part of 6 Music's season of programmes from Salford, it features contributions from friends, fans, colleagues and fellow musicians including Badly Drawn Boy, Zoe Williams, John Hegley, Stephen Street, Tony Visconti, Andy Rourke and Suggs.

The documentary first broadcast on Radio 2 in 2007.

02 LAST2007042820111104 (6M)

Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.

Stuart Maconie continues the story of Morrissey - the Salford boy who became a British icon - featuring contributions from friends, fans, colleagues and fellow musicians including Badly Drawn Boy, Zoe Williams, John Hegley, Stephen Street, Tony Visconti, Andy Rourke and Suggs.

Repeated as part of 6 Music's season of programmes from Salford.

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20110607 (6M)

Stuart Maconie tells the story of the Manchester lad who became a British icon.

Featuring contributions from friends, fans, colleagues and fellow musicians including Badly Drawn Boy, Zoe Williams, John Hegley, Stephen Street, Tony Visconti, Andy Rourke and Suggs.

Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey - the Lancashire boy who became a British icon - featuring contributions from friends, fans, colleagues and fellow musicians including Badly Drawn Boy, Zoe Williams, John Hegley, Stephen Street, Tony Visconti, Andy Rourke and Suggs.

Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.

6M022007082120090513
20110608 (6M)

Stuart Maconie tells the story of the Manchester lad who became a British icon.

Featuring contributions from friends, fans, colleagues and fellow musicians including Badly Drawn Boy, Zoe Williams, John Hegley, Stephen Street, Tony Visconti, Andy Rourke and Suggs.

Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.

Salford Lad (2/4).

Stuart Maconie continues the story of Morrissey - the Lancashire boy who became a British icon - featuring contributions from friends, fans, colleagues and fellow musicians including Badly Drawn Boy, Zoe Williams, John Hegley, Stephen Street, Tony Visconti, Andy Rourke and Suggs.

6M032007082220090514
20110609 (6M)

Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.

Salford Lad (3/4).

Stuart Maconie continues the story of Morrissey - the Lancashire boy who became a British icon - featuring contributions from friends, fans, colleagues and fellow musicians including Badly Drawn Boy, Zoe Williams, John Hegley, Stephen Street, Tony Visconti, Andy Rourke and Suggs.

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20110610 (6M)

Stuart Maconie tells the story of the Manchester lad who became a British icon.

Featuring contributions from friends, fans, colleagues and fellow musicians including Badly Drawn Boy, Zoe Williams, John Hegley, Stephen Street, Tony Visconti, Andy Rourke and Suggs.

Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.

Salford Lad (4 of 4) Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey - the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.