Story Of Pop, The

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01Fear and Loathing20110104

01Fear and Loathing2011010420151231 (6M)

Alan Freeman kicks off his epic series, first broadcast in 1994.

01Fear and Loathing2011010420151231 (6M)

Alan Freeman kicks off his epic series, first broadcast in 1994.

01Fear and Loathing20110104

01Fear and Loathing2011010420151231 (6M)

Alan Freeman kicks off his epic series exploring at the development of popular music. First broadcast in 1994.

01Fear and Loathing2011010420151231 (6M)

Alan Freeman kicks off his epic series exploring at the development of popular music. First broadcast in 1994.

01Fear and Loathing20110104

01Fear and Loathing2011010420150105 (6M)

Alan Freeman kicks off his epic series exploring at the development of popular music. First broadcast 1994.

01Fear and Loathing2011010420150105 (6M)

Alan Freeman kicks off his epic series exploring at the development of popular music. First broadcast 1994.

01Fear and Loathing20110104

01Fear and Loathing2011010420150105 (6M)

Alan Freeman kicks off his epic series exploring at the development of popular music. First broadcast 1994.

01Fear and Loathing2011010420150105 (6M)

Alan Freeman kicks off his epic series exploring at the development of popular music. First broadcast 1994.

01Fear and Loathing20110104

02It Began in Africa20110105

02It Began in Africa20110105

02It Began in Africa20110105

02It Began in Africa2011010520150106 (6M)

Presented by Alan Freeman.

02It Began in Africa2011010520150106 (6M)

Presented by Alan Freeman.

02It Began in Africa20110105

02It Began in Africa2011010520150106 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the origins of popular music in part 2 of his epic series first broadcast 1994.

02It Began in Africa2011010520150106 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the origins of popular music in part 2 of his epic series first broadcast 1994.

02It Began in Africa20110105

04What a Long Strange Trip It's Been20110107

04What a Long Strange Trip It's Been20110107

06Goin' Up Country20110109

06Goin' Up Country20110109

06Goin' Up Country20110109

06Goin' Up Country2011010920150110 (6M)

Alan Freeman assesses the contribution of country music to the development of pop.

06Goin' Up Country2011010920150110 (6M)

Alan Freeman assesses the contribution of country music to the development of pop.

06Goin' Up Country20110109

06Goin' Up Country2011010920150110 (6M)

Alan Freeman continues his epic series charting the development of popular music with a look at the important contribution country music has made.

06Goin' Up Country2011010920150110 (6M)

Alan Freeman continues his epic series charting the development of popular music with a look at the important contribution country music has made.

06Goin' Up Country20110109

09Big Surf20110112

09Big Surf20110112

09Big Surf20110112

09Big Surf2011011220150113 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks into the Californian surf sound.

09Big Surf2011011220150113 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks into the Californian surf sound.

09Big Surf20110112

09Big Surf2011011220150113 (6M)

The Story Of Pop - Part 9. Big Surf. Alan Freeman looks into the Californian surf sound - sun, sea, sand, endless summers and The Beach Boys. First broadcast 1994.

09Big Surf2011011220150113 (6M)

The Story Of Pop - Part 9. Big Surf. Alan Freeman looks into the Californian surf sound - sun, sea, sand, endless summers and The Beach Boys. First broadcast 1994.

09Big Surf20110112

10Escape from Tin Pan Alley20110113

10Escape from Tin Pan Alley20110113

10Escape from Tin Pan Alley20110113

10Escape from Tin Pan Alley2011011320150114 (6M)

Alan Freeman assesses British pop up to 1963 and the arrival of The Beatles.

10Escape from Tin Pan Alley2011011320150114 (6M)

Alan Freeman assesses British pop up to 1963 and the arrival of The Beatles.

10Escape from Tin Pan Alley20110113

10Escape from Tin Pan Alley2011011320150114 (6M)

Escape From Tin Pan Alley. Alan Freeman assesses British Pop up until 1963 and the arrival of The Beatles.

First broadcast in 1994.

10Escape from Tin Pan Alley2011011320150114 (6M)

Escape From Tin Pan Alley. Alan Freeman assesses British Pop up until 1963 and the arrival of The Beatles.

First broadcast in 1994.

10Escape from Tin Pan Alley20110113

11When We Was Fab20110114

11When We Was Fab2011011420160110 (6M)

Alan Freeman remembers the Beatles and the British invasion of the USA.

11When We Was Fab2011011420160110 (6M)

Alan Freeman remembers the Beatles and the British invasion of the USA.

11When We Was Fab20110114

11When We Was Fab2011011420160110 (6M)

The Story of Pop (part 11 of 52): When We Was Fab. Alan Freeman remembers The Beatles and the British invasion of the USA. First broadcast in 1994.

11When We Was Fab2011011420160110 (6M)

The Story of Pop (part 11 of 52): When We Was Fab. Alan Freeman remembers The Beatles and the British invasion of the USA. First broadcast in 1994.

11When We Was Fab20110114

11When We Was Fab2011011420150115 (6M)

Alan Freeman remembers the Beatles and the British invasion of the USA.

11When We Was Fab2011011420150115 (6M)

Alan Freeman remembers the Beatles and the British invasion of the USA.

11When We Was Fab20110114

11When We Was Fab2011011420150115 (6M)

The Story of Pop (part 11 of 52): When We Was Fab. Alan Freeman remembers The Beatles and the British invasion of the USA. First broadcast in 1994.

11When We Was Fab2011011420150115 (6M)

The Story of Pop (part 11 of 52): When We Was Fab. Alan Freeman remembers The Beatles and the British invasion of the USA. First broadcast in 1994.

11When We Was Fab20110114

12England Swings20110115

12England Swings20110115

12England Swings20110115

12Part 12: England Swings20110115

12Part 12: England Swings2011011520150116 (6M)

Alan Freeman investigates the myths and legends of swinging London.

12Part 12: England Swings2011011520150116 (6M)

Alan Freeman investigates the myths and legends of swinging London.

12Part 12: England Swings20110115

12Part 12: England Swings2011011520150116 (6M)

The Story of Pop (12/52): England Swings. Alan Freeman investigates the myths and legends of swinging London.

First broadcast in 1994.

12Part 12: England Swings2011011520150116 (6M)

The Story of Pop (12/52): England Swings. Alan Freeman investigates the myths and legends of swinging London.

First broadcast in 1994.

13Hitsville USA20110116

13Hitsville USA20110116

13Hitsville USA20110116

13Hitsville USA20110116

13Hitsville USA20110116

15Can Blue Men Sing the Whites?20110119

15Can Blue Men Sing the Whites?20110119

15Can Blue Men Sing the Whites?20110119

15Can Blue Men Sing the Whites?2011011920150119 (6M)

Presented by Alan Freeman.

15Can Blue Men Sing the Whites?2011011920150119 (6M)

Presented by Alan Freeman.

15Can Blue Men Sing the Whites?20110119

15Can Blue Men Sing the Whites?2011011920150119 (6M)

The Story of Pop (part 15 of 52) Can Blue Men Sing The Whites? Presented by Alan Freeman. First broadcast in 1994.

15Can Blue Men Sing the Whites?2011011920150119 (6M)

The Story of Pop (part 15 of 52) Can Blue Men Sing The Whites? Presented by Alan Freeman. First broadcast in 1994.

15Can Blue Men Sing the Whites?20110119

16Shut Up and Play Your Guitar20110118

16Shut Up and Play Your Guitar2011011820160115 (6M)

Alan Freeman considers guitar-driven rock from 1965 - 1969, as purveyed by the likes of Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck. First broadcast in 1994.

16Shut Up and Play Your Guitar2011011820160115 (6M)

Alan Freeman considers guitar-driven rock from 1965 - 1969, as purveyed by the likes of Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck. First broadcast in 1994.

16Shut Up and Play Your Guitar20110118

16Shut Up and Play Your Guitar2011011820160115 (6M)

Alan Freeman considers guitar-driven rock from 1965 - 1969, as purveyed by the likes of Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck. First broadcast in 1994.

16Shut Up and Play Your Guitar2011011820160115 (6M)

Alan Freeman considers guitar-driven rock from 1965 - 1969, as purveyed by the likes of Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck. First broadcast in 1994.

16Shut Up and Play Your Guitar20110118

16Shut Up and Play Your Guitar20110118

16Shut Up and Play Your Guitar20110118

16Shut Up and Play Your Guitar20110118

17Part 17: The Big Easy20110120

17Part 17: The Big Easy20110120

18Soulsville USA20110121

18Soulsville USA2011012120160117 (6M)

The story of Stax Records and southern soul music, presented by Alan Freeman.

18Soulsville USA2011012120160117 (6M)

The story of Stax Records and southern soul music, presented by Alan Freeman.

18Soulsville USA20110121

18Soulsville USA2011012120160117 (6M)

Alan Freeman tells the story of Stax Records and southern soul music. First broadcast in 1994.

18Soulsville USA2011012120160117 (6M)

Alan Freeman tells the story of Stax Records and southern soul music. First broadcast in 1994.

18Soulsville USA20110121

18Soulsville USA20110121

18Soulsville USA20110121

18Soulsville USA20110121

18Soulsville USA20110121

19I Know You Got Soul20110122

19I Know You Got Soul2011012220160118 (6M)

Alan Freeman celebrates the passion and the energy of soul music.

19I Know You Got Soul2011012220160118 (6M)

Alan Freeman celebrates the passion and the energy of soul music.

19I Know You Got Soul20110122

19I Know You Got Soul2011012220160118 (6M)

I Know You Got Soul. Alan Freeman celebrates the passion and the energy of soul music and its roots in the Gospel tradition. First broadcast in 1994.

19I Know You Got Soul2011012220160118 (6M)

I Know You Got Soul. Alan Freeman celebrates the passion and the energy of soul music and its roots in the Gospel tradition. First broadcast in 1994.

19I Know You Got Soul20110122

19I Know You Got Soul20110122

19I Know You Got Soul20110122

19I Know You Got Soul20110122

19I Know You Got Soul20110122

20Hobos to Hippies20110123

20Hobos to Hippies20110123

20Hobos to Hippies20110123

20Hobos to Hippies20110123

20Hobos to Hippies20110123

20Hobos to Hippies20110123

20Hobos to Hippies20110123

22Listen to Me Me ME20110125

22Listen to Me Me ME2011012520160121 (6M)

Alan Freeman continues to look in to the youth protest movement of 1967 to 1972.

22Listen to Me Me ME2011012520160121 (6M)

Alan Freeman continues to look in to the youth protest movement of 1967 to 1972.

22Listen to Me Me ME20110125

22Listen to Me Me ME2011012520160121 (6M)

Alan Freeman continues to look in to the youth protest movement of 1967 to 1972 - from the Monterey Festival through Woodstock to the flowering of the West Coast Sound and the beginnings of the 'me generation' of singer-songwriters.

22Listen to Me Me ME2011012520160121 (6M)

Alan Freeman continues to look in to the youth protest movement of 1967 to 1972 - from the Monterey Festival through Woodstock to the flowering of the West Coast Sound and the beginnings of the 'me generation' of singer-songwriters.

22Listen to Me Me ME20110125

22Listen to Me Me ME20110125

22Listen to Me Me ME20110125

22Listen to Me Me ME20110125

22Listen to Me Me ME20110125

23Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine20110126

23Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine2011012620160122 (6M)

Alan Freeman takes a look at the 1960s US underground scene.

23Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine2011012620160122 (6M)

Alan Freeman takes a look at the 1960s US underground scene.

23Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine20110126

23Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine2011012620160122 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the darker side of the underground music scene of Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York - featuring The Doors and The Grateful Dead as well as Frank Zappa, Captain Beefheart, The Velvet Underground and Patti Smith.

First broadcast in 1994.

23Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine2011012620160122 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the darker side of the underground music scene of Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York - featuring The Doors and The Grateful Dead as well as Frank Zappa, Captain Beefheart, The Velvet Underground and Patti Smith.

First broadcast in 1994.

24Let's Go Get Stoned20110127

24Let's Go Get Stoned2011012720160123 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the relationship between musicians and drugs.

24Let's Go Get Stoned2011012720160123 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the relationship between musicians and drugs.

24Let's Go Get Stoned20110127

24Let's Go Get Stoned2011012720160123 (6M)

Alan Freeman takes a look at one of the most enduring double acts in history: musicians and drugs.

First broadcast in 1994.

24Let's Go Get Stoned2011012720160123 (6M)

Alan Freeman takes a look at one of the most enduring double acts in history: musicians and drugs.

First broadcast in 1994.

24Let's Go Get Stoned20110127

24Let's Go Get Stoned20110127

24Let's Go Get Stoned20110127

2520110128

2520110128

25Pomp It Up20110128

25Pomp It Up20110128

25Pomp It Up20110128

26A Trip on the London Underground20110129

26A Trip on the London Underground2011012920160125 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the progressive music scene in Britain from 1967 to 1971.

26A Trip on the London Underground2011012920160125 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the progressive music scene in Britain from 1967 to 1971.

26A Trip on the London Underground20110129

26A Trip on the London Underground2011012920160125 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the progressive music scene in Britain from 1967 to 1971.

First broadcast in 1994.

26A Trip on the London Underground2011012920160125 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the progressive music scene in Britain from 1967 to 1971.

First broadcast in 1994.

26A Trip on the London Underground20110129

26A Trip on the London Underground2011012920150130 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the progressive music scene in Britain from 1967 to 1971.

26A Trip on the London Underground2011012920150130 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the progressive music scene in Britain from 1967 to 1971.

26A Trip on the London Underground20110129

26A Trip on the London Underground2011012920150130 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the progressive music scene in Britain from 1967 to 1971.

26A Trip on the London Underground2011012920150130 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the progressive music scene in Britain from 1967 to 1971.

26A Trip on the London Underground20110129

27Glam Slam20110130

27Glam Slam2011013020160126 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks back at the glam rock era from 1970 to 1975.

First broadcast in 1994.

27Glam Slam2011013020160126 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks back at the glam rock era from 1970 to 1975.

First broadcast in 1994.

27Glam Slam20110130

27Glam Slam2011013020160126 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks back at the glam rock era from 1970 to 1975.

First broadcast in 1994.

27Glam Slam2011013020160126 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks back at the glam rock era from 1970 to 1975.

First broadcast in 1994.

27Glam Slam20110130

27Glam Slam2011013020150131 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks back at the glam rock era from 1970 to 1975.

27Glam Slam2011013020150131 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks back at the glam rock era from 1970 to 1975.

27Glam Slam20110130

27Glam Slam2011013020150131 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks back at the glam rock era from 1970 to 1975.

27Glam Slam2011013020150131 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks back at the glam rock era from 1970 to 1975.

27Glam Slam20110130

28Hit Factories20110131

28Hit Factories2011013120160127 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the world of teen idols and the managers who pull the strings.

28Hit Factories2011013120160127 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the world of teen idols and the managers who pull the strings.

28Hit Factories20110131

28Hit Factories2011013120160127 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the world of teen idols and the managers who pull the strings. First broadcast in 1994.

28Hit Factories2011013120160127 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the world of teen idols and the managers who pull the strings. First broadcast in 1994.

28Hit Factories20110131

28Hit Factories2011013120150201 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the world of teen idols and the managers who pull the strings.

28Hit Factories2011013120150201 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the world of teen idols and the managers who pull the strings.

28Hit Factories20110131

28Hit Factories20110131

28Hit Factories20110131

29A Reasonable Guide to a Horrible Noise20110201

29A Reasonable Guide to a Horrible Noise2011020120160128 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks back at the rise and fall of punk rock in Britain.

29A Reasonable Guide to a Horrible Noise2011020120160128 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks back at the rise and fall of punk rock in Britain.

29A Reasonable Guide to a Horrible Noise20110201

29A Reasonable Guide to a Horrible Noise2011020120160128 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks back at the rise and fall of punk rock in Britain. First broadcast in 1994.

29A Reasonable Guide to a Horrible Noise2011020120160128 (6M)

Alan Freeman looks back at the rise and fall of punk rock in Britain. First broadcast in 1994.

30Young, Loud and Snotty20110202

30Young, Loud and Snotty2011020220160129 (6M)

Alan Freeman charts the rise and fall of the ultimate punk band - the Sex Pistols.

30Young, Loud and Snotty2011020220160129 (6M)

Alan Freeman charts the rise and fall of the ultimate punk band - the Sex Pistols.

30Young, Loud and Snotty20110202

30Young, Loud and Snotty2011020220160129 (6M)

Alan Freeman charts the rise and fall of the ultimate punk band - The Sex Pistols. First broadcast in 1994.

30Young, Loud and Snotty2011020220160129 (6M)

Alan Freeman charts the rise and fall of the ultimate punk band - The Sex Pistols. First broadcast in 1994.

32All That Funky Stuff20110204

32All That Funky Stuff20110204

33Philly Groove20110205

33Philly Groove20110205

34Another Saturday Night20110206

34Another Saturday Night20110206

35Synthetic Material20110207

35Synthetic Material20110207

36Smile Jamaica20110208

36Smile Jamaica2011020820160204 (6M)

Alan Freeman celebrates the extraordinary musical contribution of the small island of Jamaica. First broadcast in 1994.

36Smile Jamaica20110208

36Smile Jamaica20110208

37The Tuff Gong20110209

37The Tuff Gong2011020920160205 (6M)

Alan Freeman celebrates Bob Marley.

37The Tuff Gong2011020920160205 (6M)

In part 37 of his epic series, Alan Freeman celebrates Bob Marley. First broadcast in 1994.

38The Graduates20110210

38The Graduates2011021020160206 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the post-1960s careers of the major Motown artists.

38The Graduates2011021020160206 (6M)

Alan Freeman explores the post-60s careers of the major Motown artists. First broadcast in 1994.

39Kiss My Axe20110211

39Kiss My Axe2011021120160207 (6M)

Alan Freeman celebrates the electric guitar and some of those who play it. First broadcast in 1994.

39Kiss My Axe20110211

39Kiss My Axe20110211

40King Guitar20110212

40King Guitar20110212

41Kerrrrannnng!20110213

41Kerrrrannnng!20110213

42Rap It Up20110214

42Rap It Up20110214

43Parental Discretion Is Advised20110215

43Parental Discretion Is Advised20110215

44Girls' Talk: Women in Music20110216

44Girls' Talk: Women in Music20110216

45I Want You to Hurt Like I Do20110217

45I Want You to Hurt Like I Do20110217

46Living on the Fault Line20110218

46Living on the Fault Line20110218

47Re-Make, Re-Model20110219

47Re-Make, Re-Model20110219

48It's a Steal - Sampling20110220

48It's a Steal - Sampling20110220

48It's a Steal - Sampling20110220

49Raving, I'm Raving20110221

49Raving, I'm Raving20110221

49Raving, I'm Raving20110221

50Where the Sun Don't Shine20110222

50Where the Sun Don't Shine20110222

50Where the Sun Don't Shine20110222

51Music for Money20110223

51Music for Money20110223

51Music for Money20110223