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GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941110]

Radio 1 FM's new music journalism show for grown-ups receives its first airing. Presented by Danny Kelly , editor of Q magazine, and using news, reviews and features, it gives an incisive overview of what's happening across the current music scene.

The first programme features Led Zeppelin legends Jimmy Page and Robert Plant reviewing their own album, plus a New

Order retrospective, and a look at how much musicians actually earn. A Confederate production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941110]

Presented By: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941117]

Danny Kelly talks to

Scottish rock band Runrig; with the help of a doctor and a ballerina, he answers the question "how fast can people actually dance?"; and he offers an insight into Mods in Is There a New

Mod Movement?

A Confederate production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941117]

Talks: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941124]

The music journalism series with Danny Kelly.

This week he investigates charity records in the ten years since Feed the World, and takes a look at the phenomenon that is Unplugged.

A Confederate production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941124]

Unknown: Danny Kelly.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941201]

Music journalism series with Danny Kelly. This week he looks at World Aids Day. Plus a look at the Unplugged phenomenon. A Confederate production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941201]

Unknown: Danny Kelly.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941208]

Music journalism series presented by Danny Kelly. A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941208]

Presented By: Danny Kelly.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941215]

This week in the music journalism series Danny Kelly investigates the smartest rock band of them all - the only rock group for whom membership of Mensa is a pre-requisite, and Ian McCann of the NME reports on the spread of the soul influence in rap music.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941215]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Ian McCann

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941222]

Danny Kelly looks at

Christmas records - it's not all Wham! you know. There are some good records out there too.

Adam Sweeting assesses ZZ Top's history, and get in the mood for family feuds over the Christmas season with the Grumpies' Guide to the most hated with "Who would you most like to wipe off the music map?"

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19941222]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Adam Sweeting

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950105]

Danny Kelly presents Radio 1 FM's music magazine and asks why so many Brtish pop stars sing in American accents.

And there's a look at rap music's move into soul territory.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950105]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950112]

Dany Kelly presents the music magazine and this week asks who buys

Michael Bolton records.

Plus the Charlatans, Steve Hillage , and Massive Attack interview Status Quo.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950112]

Unknown: Dany Kelly

Unknown: Michael Bolton

Unknown: Steve Hillage

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950119]

Danny Kelly presents Radio lFM's music journalism show, which this week includes a self-review from

Matt Johnson ; Thorn Yorke reveals the song that changed his life; and Adam Sweeting of The Guardian examines the state of the UK's music press.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950119]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Matt Johnson

Unknown: Thorn Yorke

Unknown: Adam Sweeting

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950126]

Danny Kelly presents Radio lFM's music magazine show, and this week investigates gay record labels, while Bill Drummond reveals the song that changed his life.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950126]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Bill Drummond

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950202]

Danny Kelly presents Radio 1FM's music magazine programme packed full of reviews and features such as the Record That

Changed My Life.

This week, Simple Minds review their new album and a rock journalist focuses on lover's rock.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950202]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950209]

Danny Kelly presents Radio 1FM's music magazine.

Among the features, news and reviews of what's happening on the music scene, Bill Drummond of KLF reveals the song that changed his life, and there's an oblique look forward to Valentine's Day. A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950209]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Bill Drummond

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950216]

Danny Kelly presents Radio 1 FM's music magazine, which is making its own headlines. Features, news and reviews of all that is happening on the music scene, including a preview of the Brit Awards,

Matt Johnson reviewing the The's tatest album, and the search begins for the worst record ever made.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950216]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Matt Johnson

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950223]

Danny Kelly presents Radio 1FM's music magazine, which is making its own headlines. Features, news and reviews of all that is happening on the music scene, including Elton John revealing the record that changed his life.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950223]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Elton John

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950302]

Danny Kelly with news and reviews from the music scene, including this week a feature on the phenomenon of the cover album. Plus Rhys Hughes on gay pop labels and Del Amitri reviewing their own album. You can e-mail the show via soundbite

@bbcnc.org.uk.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950302]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Rhys Hughes

Unknown: Del Amitri

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950309]

With major spring tours blossoming like daffodils, Soundbite finds out who the punters really want to see.

Plus Billy Bragg on the Song That Changed His Life. News, reviews, features and the best of the week's new releases all presented by Danny Kelly.

You can e-mail the show via soundbite@bbcnc.org.uk. A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950309]

Unknown: Billy Bragg

Presented By: Danny Kelly.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950316]

Danny Kelly asks "What's a terrible noise?" The programme's taste watchdogs pick an unusual instrument featured on a pop record and bully a session player into justifying the dreadful racket it makes. Plus,

Ian McNabb with the song that changed his life. The programme can be e-mailed via soundbite@ bbcnc.org.uk.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950316]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Ian McNabb

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950323]

Louise Wener of Sleeper reveals the song that changed her life, while Ian McCann examines the "Set

'em up then knock 'em down phenomenon" that is the curse of the weekly music press. Danny Kelly introduces all of this as well as posing the question: "Is vinyl still alive?"

A Confederate Broadcasting production

E-MAIL: soundbite@bocnc.org.uk

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950323]

Unknown: Louise Wener

Unknown: Ian McCann

Introduces: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950330]

Tonight the show takes a pilgrimage to rock 'n' roll's greatest shrines, including one of the legendary Marc Boian. Plus news, reviews, features and the best of the week's new releases, all presented by Danny Kelly.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

E.MAIL: soundbite@bbcnc.org.uk

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950330]

Unknown: Marc Boian.

Presented By: Danny Kelly.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950406]

Danny Kelly presents the music magazine which this week includes Wet Wet Wet reviewing their new album and marks the anniversary of the suicide of Kurt Cobain , front man for Nirvana.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

E-MAIL: soundbite@bbcnc.org.uk

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950406]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Kurt Cobain

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950413]

Journalist and TV presenter Miranda Sawyer joins

Danny Kelly to review the latest album and single releases. Plus a look at bootlegging and piracy. EMF reveal the Song That Changed Their Life.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

E-MAIL: soundbite@bbcnc.org.uk

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950413]

Presenter: Miranda Sawyer

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950427]

Danny Kelly fronts the music magazine which this week assesses the enigma that is Scott Walker , asks what Goa Techno is all about and offers the History of Dub part one.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950427]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Scott Walker

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950504]

Danny Kelly with Radio l's music magazine programme. Tonight among the feast of delights, there's part 2 of the History of Dub, looking at the influence of weird echoey reggae drug music on contemporary pop.

Plus Ian Broudie of the Lightning Seeds.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950504]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Ian Broudie

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950511]

Danny Kelly lends an ear to some of the shortest records ever made.

There's a feature on the Sounds of the Suburbs, plus the usual mix of news, reviews and features on what is happening in the music world.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950511]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950518]

Gary Moore gives his own guide to Peter Green

Accordions, plus guest reviewer, NME journalist John Harris , fronted by Danny Kelly.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950518]

Unknown: Gary Moore

Accordions: Peter Green

Unknown: John Harris

Unknown: Danny Kelly.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950525]

Danny Kelly with Radio l's music magazine programme.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950525]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950601]

Danny Kelly with Radio l's music magazine.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950601]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950608]

NME editor Steve Sutherland

deputises for Danny Kelly with guest reviewer Giles Smith , and a look at the revival of the good old-fashioned single. A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950608]

Editor: Steve Sutherland

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Giles Smith

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950622]

The stars, the wannabees and the has-beens line up to talk about all that's shaking the music scene this week.

Danny Kelly makes the tea, invites reviews from John Savage

and presents a musical history of Glastonbury as it turns 25. A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950622]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: John Savage

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950629]

Danny Kelly presents Radio l's weekly music magazine with news, reviews and features from the contemporary pop scene, including a look at the legend of the Small Faces. A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950629]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950706]

Last in the present series of the magazine that cuts through the contemporary pop scene with news, reviews and features, tonight including a dissection of the Rolling Stones.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950907]

Back from his summer break. Danny Kelly takes a sharp knife to the toughened rump of popular music and twists hard. A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950907]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950914]

Danny Kelly takes a sharp knife to the toughened rump of popular music and twists hard. Tonight, Laura Lee

Davies of Time Out looks at the new Clash biography, and What's That Horrible

Noise? It's A Theremin. A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950914]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Laura Lee

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950921]

With Danny Kelly.

Tonight, George P-Funk Clinton , Dom Philips of Mixmag in review comer, and Tough Men of Pop: who are rock's hardest acts? A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950921]

Unknown: Danny Kelly.

Unknown: George P-Funk Clinton

Unknown: Dom Philips

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950928]

Danny Kelly takes a sharp knife to the rump of popular music and twists hard.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19950928]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951005]

Q guru Danny Kelly sinks his molars into the toughened rump of popular music with the help of reviews from Mary Anne

Hobbs, Jamie from Marion on The Song That Changed His Life, and a deftly timed history of Ska.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951005]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Mary Anne

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951012]

Danny Kelly is the master of groove in Radio l's weekly music magazine. Caroline Sullivan of the Guardian reviews the week's new releases and the Shamen explain where Eschaton really is.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951012]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Caroline Sullivan

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951019]

Danny Kelly takes the helm of Radio l's music magazine. This week, Erasure on Erasure as Vince and Andy provide a review of their new album.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951019]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951026]

Radio l's panoply of twinkly musical delights as Danny Kelly scrutinises Bom to Run, 20 years on, plus Radio l's Camden Live which begins tomorrow, and Vic Reeves reveals The

Song That Changed His Life.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951026]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Vic Reeves

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951109]

As Bohemian Rhapsody hits its 20th anniversary, Q editorial spin doctor Danny Kelly peruses this and other musical antiquities. A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951109]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951116]

Danny Kelly digs, dissects and divulges the impenetrable world of musicology, inspecting among others this week, the re-marketing of the Fab Four.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951116]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951123]

Danny Kelly digs, dissects and divulges the world of musicology, with Saturday afternoon sparring partner Danny Baker taking a seat in the review corner.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951123]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Danny Baker

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951130]

Danny Kelly dives headlong into the impenetrable world of musicology, corralling Miranda Sawyer in review corner, while

Luther Vandross reveals the song that changed his life and Danny uncovers the black art of starting your own record label.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951130]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Miranda Sawyer

Unknown: Luther Vandross

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951207]

Danny Kelly untwangs legendary guitarist Link Wray and lifts the lid on the black art of musical arranging. A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951207]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Guitarist: Link Wray

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951214]

Danny Kelly muses wistfully in the departure lounge of popular music as Mary Ann Hobbs of Loaded gets her head stuck into the reviews.

A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951214]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Mary Ann

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951221]

Danny Kelly dons his Santa suit to visit the Soundbite

Children's Ward with a bagful of goodies including a Worst Records Ever Made update, and tips for last minute musical presents. A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19951221]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960418]

Danny Kelly returns to the playpen as Radio 1's weekly music magazine begins a new series.

Including the latest reviews, interviews, The Song that Changed My Life, the Letters Page and a variety of other musical curios.

WRITE TO: Soundbite. Radio 1. BBC, London WIN 4DJ or E-MAIL: soundbite@bbcnc.org.uk

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960418]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960425]

Danny Kelly 's fin cuts a swathe through the choppy waters of pop. Including guests Shirley Manson of Garbage, John Harris of Q, and Andy Kershaw facing the question 'What is a Mojo?'.

WRITE TO: Soundbite. Radio 1. BBC. London WIN 4DJ or E-MAIL: soundbite@bbcnc.org.uk A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960425]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Shirley Manson

Unknown: John Harris

Unknown: Andy Kershaw

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960502]

Danny Kelly with guest Miranda Sawyer in the review zone, and the work of Stephen Street examined in The Producers.

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E-MAIL: soundbite@bbcnc.org.uk A Confederate Broadcasting production

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960502]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Miranda Sawyer

Unknown: Stephen Street

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960509]

Rock journalist Danny Kelly looks at the work of Cast and Stone Roses studio guru John Leckie in the Producers, plus Alan McGee , managing director of Creation Records, chooses the Song That Changed His Life. A Confederate Broadcasting production

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GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960509]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: John Leckie

Unknown: Alan McGee

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960516]

Danny Kelly with more on the Producers - this week, the world of Take That and Upside Down producer

Ian Levine. Plus an update from 70s punk revolutionary Glen Matlock on life after the Sex Pistols.

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BBC. London WIN 4DJ or E-MAIL: soundbite@bbcnc.org.uk

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960516]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Producer: Ian Levine.

Unknown: Glen Matlock

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960523]

Danny Kelly has more on the Producers, previews tonight's SAS Dance

Awards in Birmingham, and invites Ian McCann into review corner.

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GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960523]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Ian McCann

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960530]

Danny Kelly has a report from the prestigious

Ivor Novello songwriting awards, and the black art of record promotions is laid bare in Diary of a Plugger.

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GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960530]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Ivor Novello

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960606]

Danny Kelly predicts this summer's most puerile

Euro hits, and has yet more Horrible Noise.

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GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960606]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960613]

Danny Kelly with guest

Bryan Adams , while Miki of Lush chooses the song that changed her life.

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GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960613]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Bryan Adams

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960620]

Danny Kelly with guest Glen Matlock , who chooses the Song That Changed His

Life. while John Harris gets clued-up on the influence of dope in pop music.

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GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960620]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Glen Matlock

Unknown: John Harris

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960627]

Danny Kelly with a review of the Sex Pistols, and John Harris getting ecstatic about the start of the festival season.

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GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960627]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: John Harris

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960704]

Danny Kelly talks popular music with Miranda Sawyer in Review Corner, and has

Euro DJ extraordinaire Carl Cox

in conversation.

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GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960704]

Talks: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Miranda Sawyer

Unknown: Carl Cox

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960711]

Danny Kelly gets lost in music for the last time, with Paul Oakenfold and Nigel Kennedy , together on the same show for the first and, probably, only time. WRITE TO: Soundbite. Radio 1. BBC. London WIN 4DJ

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19960711]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Paul Oakenfold

Unknown: Nigel Kennedy

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961017]

Rock journalist Danny Kelly unveils a new series of Radio l's venerable music magazine, with Kershaw with the Fugees in Nashville, Paul Oakenfold 's star-search, reviews from Miranda

Sawyer, and Crispian Mills of Kula Shaker on The Song That Changed His Life.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961017]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Paul Oakenfold

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961024]

Danny Kelly surfs the worldwide web of gramophone artists to download music CD-Roms: does anybody actually buy them? Plus, music from

Moby, reviews from

John Harris of Select, and singer Gabrielle reveals the Song That Changed Her Life.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961024]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: John Harris

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961031]

On Haiioween night. Danny Keiiy wiii be aided and abetted by Nicholas Barber of the independent on Sunday, who'ii be offering up some reviews. Aiisha's Attic wiii be talking about sisterly iove and their new album, plus Placebo reveal the Song That Changed Their Lives.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961031]

Unknown: Danny Keiiy

Unknown: Nicholas Barber

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961107]

Danny Kelly brings you

XTC's Andy Partridge , the creatively indulgent uncle of Britpop; Tricky on his latest project; and Maxi Priest recalling the Song That Changed His Life.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961107]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Andy Partridge

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961121]

Danny Kelly 's programme tonight includes a conversation with Lightning Seeds singer Ian Broudie.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961121]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Singer: Ian Broudie.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961128]

Danny Kelly bites into the erogenous zone of popular music, getting a backstage pass to meet the teen sensations of Smash Hits on tour, and reviews from Mat

Snow. Mojo's man-in-the-know.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961128]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961212]

Going global with Ash in America, Asian pop in the UK. Dina Caroll and reviews by Mark Sutherland.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961212]

Unknown: Mark Sutherland.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19961219]

Artists and DJs pick their favourite records of this year and top journalist's discuss the year in pop.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19970109]

Danny Kelly interviews John Cale , and Mark from the Bluetones chooses the Song That Changed His Life.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19970109]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

Unknown: John Cale

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19970116]

Danny Kelly talks to

Dina Carroll who reveals the Song That Changed Her Life and Paul Oakenfield reviews the latest demo tapes.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19970116]

Talks: Danny Kelly

Unknown: Dina Carroll

Unknown: Paul Oakenfield

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19970123]

Danny Kelly presents

Vegetables in Pop - a fruity top ten. Plus the much promised return of the Sun-Ra expose.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19970123]

Unknown: Danny Kelly

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19970130]

Last in the present series, featuring the Song That

Changed My Life - including

Noel Gallagher , Elvis Costello , Sheryl Crow , Gary Barlow , Vic Reeves and much, much more.

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19970130]

Unknown: Noel Gallagher

Unknown: Elvis Costello

Unknown: Sheryl Crow

Unknown: Gary Barlow

Unknown: Vic Reeves

Programme Catalogue - Details: 07 September 199519950907

Editor: TING

Producer: CONFEDERATE BROADCAS

Next in series: 14 September 1995

Previous in series: 06 July 1995

Broadcast history

07 Sep 1995 21:00-22:00 (RADIO 1).

Editor: TING

Producer: CONFEDERATE BROADCAS

Next in series: 14 September 1995

Previous in series: 06 July 1995

Broadcast history

07 Sep 1995 21:00-22:00 (RADIO 1).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 14 September 199519950914

Producer: J. LEWIN

Next in series: 21 September 1995

Previous in series: 07 September 1995

Broadcast history

14 Sep 1995 21:00-22:00 (RADIO 1).

Producer: J. LEWIN

Next in series: 21 September 1995

Previous in series: 07 September 1995

Broadcast history

14 Sep 1995 21:00-22:00 (RADIO 1).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 21 September 199519950921

Producer: B. THOMPSON

Next in series: 28 September 1995

Previous in series: 14 September 1995

Broadcast history

21 Sep 1995 21:00-22:00 (RADIO 1).

Producer: B. THOMPSON

Next in series: 28 September 1995

Previous in series: 14 September 1995

Broadcast history

21 Sep 1995 21:00-22:00 (RADIO 1).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 28 September 199519950928

Editor: TING

Producer: CONFEDERATE BROADCAS

Next in series: 05 October 1995

Previous in series: 21 September 1995

Broadcast history

28 Sep 1995 21:00-22:00 (RADIO 1).

Editor: TING

Producer: CONFEDERATE BROADCAS

Next in series: 05 October 1995

Previous in series: 21 September 1995

Broadcast history

28 Sep 1995 21:00-22:00 (RADIO 1).

Programme Catalogue - Station

Radio 1