School Of Rock

Andy Kershaw chose to go to Leeds University because of its reputation as a music venue.

In the 1970s, it was an essential on the tour list of most leading bands.

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01Folk, Jazz And Rock'n'roll2006061020140827 (BBC7)
20140828 (BBC7)

Andy Kershaw chose to go to Leeds University because of its reputation as a music venue.

In the 1970s, it was an essential on the tour list of most leading bands.

Andy Kershaw goes back to Leeds University to see how jazz, folk and rock went to college.

Andy Kershaw goes back to Leeds University to see how jazz, folk and rock went to college. With Pete Townshend. From June 2006.

02From Glory Days To Disco2006061720140828 (BBC7)
20140829 (BBC7)

Andy Kershaw looks at how the arrival of punk and disco affected the student music scene.

Andy Kershaw investigates how the arrival of punk and disco affected the student music scene. With Captain Sensible. From June 2006.

As Entertainments Secretary for the students' union at Leeds in the early 1980s, Andy booked bands such as The Clash and Iggy Pop.

The arrival of punk marked the downturn from the glory days of university gigs, and the advent of the DJ sealed their fate.

03 LASTLive At Leeds Again2006062420140829 (BBC7)
20140830 (BBC7)

Andy Kershaw is backstage as The Who return to play a gig at Leeds University.

Andy Kershaw is backstage as The Who return to play a gig at Leeds University. With Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend. From June 2006.

Andy Kershaw takes us exclusively behind the scenes of The Who's return to Leeds University, where their seminal live album was recorded in 1970.