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20080517

Suzi Quatro brings American music direct to listeners, featuring tracks from The Raspberries, The Righteous Brothers, Pearl Jam and Barry Manilow.

20080802

Suzi Quatro brings American music direct to listeners.

20080809

Jay Siegel, founder member and lead singer with 60s group Tokens, talks Suzi through his favourite American songs and their influences on his life and career.

20080830

Suzi features music by Grandfunk Railroad, Duane Eddy, The Shirelles and Conway Twitty.

20080906

Suzi features music by B Bumble & The Stingers, Brownsville Station, The Coasters, Joni Mitchell and Linda Ronstadt.

20080920

Suzi talks to guitarist Andy Scott, of Glam Rock chart toppers The Sweet, about his and the band's American influences.

20080927

Suzi features tracks by David Lee Roth, The Beau Brummels, Barry Mann and Clyde.

20081011

Suzi plays American hits from the 1950s onwards.

20081018

Suzi plays American hits from the 1950s onwards, with tracks by Los Lobos, Johnny Tillotson and The Temptations.

20081101

Suzi plays American hits from the 1950s onwards, and talks to singer and songwriter Lynsey de Paul about her American influences.

20081115

Suzi plays American hits from the 1950s onwards, with tracks from Billy Joel, The High Keys, The Marcels, The Mavericks and Ben E King.

20081129

Suzi features music from Captain and Tennile, Wilson Pickett and Melissa Etheridge.

Suzi features music from the J Geils Band, Captain and Tennile, Wilson Pickett and Melissa Etheridge.

20081213

Suzi Quatro plays music from the '50s, '60s and up to the present day.

With special guest Tony Hicks of The Hollies.

20081220

Suzi Quatro plays music from the '50s, '60s and up to the present day.

20081227

Suzi plays music from The Doors, Jose Feliciano, Stevie Wonder and Booker T And The MGs.

Suzi Quatro plays music from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll, through the '50s and '60s to today.

Featuring The Doors, Jose Feliciano, Stevie Wonder and Booker T And The MGs.

20090110

With music from The Supremes, The Fleetwoods, Dinah Washington and The Bobby Fuller Four.

Suzi Quatro plays music from the '50s, '60s and up to the present day.

Featuring music from Floyd Kramer, The Supremes, The Fleetwoods, Dinah Washington and The Bobby Fuller Four.

20090117

Suzi Quatro plays the music she loves, from doo-wop and Motown to rock 'n' roll and the music of today.

Suzi chats to Robin Gibb about his life and career as a Bee Gee.

20090124

Suzi Quatro plays the music she loves from the fifties right up unto the present day.

Features music from Alison Krauss, Maurice Williams, Marvin Gaye, Jive Five and Carl Perkins.

Suzi plays music from Alison Krauss, Maurice Williams, Marvin Gaye and Carl Perkins

20090131

Suzi Quatro plays music from Larry Williams, Joe Jones, The Turtles, Junior Walker and Classics IV.

Suzi Quatro plays tracks from Larry Williams, Joe Jones, The Turtles and Junior Walker.

20090207

Suzi Quatro features music from Johnny Thunder, Jan and Dean, The Mamas and The Papas, Sam Moore and Jon Bon Jovi.

Suzi Quatro plays music from Johnny Thunder, The Mamas and The Papas and Jon Bon Jovi.

20090214

Suzi features music from Sandy Nelson, the Bobby Fuller Four, Gene Pitney, Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, and the Paris Sisters.

Featuring music from the Bobby Fuller Four, Gene Pitney, Smokey Robinson and more.

20090221

Suzi interviews BBC Radio 2 presenter Bob Harris about his life and career in broadcasting.

He also discusses his music tastes, scuffles with the Sex Pistols and battling cancer.

20090228

Suzi Quatro plays the music from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll.

Featuring tracks from the Isley Brothers, Gene Vincent, the Duprees and Otis Blackwell.

20090314

Suzi Quatro plays music from the Fifties and Sixties up to the present day.

Featuring tracks from The Marcels, Carly Simon, King Curtis, Ernie K Doe and Benny Spellman.

With tracks from The Marcels, Carly Simon, King Curtis, Ernie K Doe and Benny Spellman.

20090321

Suzi Quatro plays music from the Fifties and Sixties up to the present day.

Featuring tracks from Speedy Gonzales, Mac Davis, Emmylou Harris, The Shirelles and Linda Ronstadt.

Featuring tracks from Speedy Gonzales, Emmylou Harris, The Shirelles and Linda Ronstadt.

20090328

Suzi talks to record producer Mike Chapman, who, along with his partner Nicky Chinn, masterminded a decade of hit music for acts including Blondie, Pat Benatar and Rod Stewart.

Suzi talks to record producer Mike Chapman.

20090416

Suzi Quatro plays the music she heard in her formative years.

Featuring tracks from Emmylou Harris, Conway Twitty, Linda Ronstadt, Alice Cooper and Tom Waits.

Featuring tracks from Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Alice Cooper and Tom Waits

20090611

Suzi Quatro plays the music she heard in her formative years, from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll, taking us through the Fifties and Sixties right up to the present day.

Suzi often features American classics that never made the wireless over here and loves telling anecdotes about her American Heroes.

Every week Suzi focuses on a particular year in American chart history and once a month Suzi talks to a special guest about their American influences.

This week it's 1985 - the year of Live Aid in London and Philidelphia, when MTV was making an impression on the charts with David Lee Roth's California Girls and Don Henley's Boys Of Summer.

Suzi features these alongside fellow Eagle Glen Frey, REO Speedwagon, Heart, John Fogerty, Tom Petty, Huey Lewis, Starship and Lionel Richie.

Suzi focuses on 1985, with tracks from Don Henley, Huey Lewis, Starship and Lionel Richie

20090709

It's 1976 with Steve Miller, Boston, Neil Sedaka, The Four Seasons, The Manhattans and future guests The Bellamy Brothers.

Huge celebrations for the USA on July 4th with the Bicentennial, Suzi was on tour with ZZ Top & Grand Funk Railroad, Uriah Heep & Kiss in her homeland.

TV hits included Laverne & Shirley, Wonder Woman, Charlie's Angels and The Bionic Woman.

The Blues Brothers made their debut on Saturday Night Live.

Suzi looks back at 1976 with music from Boston, Neil Sedaka, The Four Seasons and more.

20090723

If you can remember 1967 and the Summer of Love, you weren't there.

Scott McKenzie has flowers in his hair, along with The Byrds & The Association.

The Monterey Pop Festival featured Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding, Janis Joplin and The Who.

Suzi looks back to 1967 and the Summer of Love.

20090730

Suzi Quatro plays the music she heard in her formative years, from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll, taking us through the 50s and 60s right up to the present day.

Suzi often features American classics that never made the wireless over here and loves telling anecdotes about her American Heroes.

Once a month Suzi talks, in depth, to a special guest about their American influences.

This week Suzi talks to Barbara Orbison, Roy Orbison's widow, who chooses the tracks which mean so much to her.

Suzi talks to Barbara Orbison, who picks her favourite songs by her late husband Roy.

20090813

Suzi Quatro plays the music she heard in her formative years, from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll, taking us through the 50s and 60s right up to the present day.

Suzi often features American classics that never made the wireless over here and loves telling anecdotes about her American Heroes.

Tonight we head back to 1958 with The McGuire Sisters, Jody Nelson, the Shields, Frankie Avalon, Ricky Nelson and Bobby Darin.

Suzi Quatro goes back to 1958 with music from Frankie Avalon, Ricky Nelson and Bobby Darin

20090827

Suzi Quatro plays the music she heard in her formative years, from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll, taking us through the fifties and sixties right up to the present day.

Suzi often features American classics that never made the wireless over here and loves telling anecdotes about her American Heroes.

Every week Suzi focuses on a particular year in American chart history and once a month Suzi talks, in depth, to a special guest about their American influences.

This week it's 1978 with Linda Ronstadt, Jackson Brown, Dolly Parton, Chuck Berry, Art Garfunkel and Aerosmith.

Suzi looks back at 1978 with music from Linda Ronstadt, Chuck Berry and Aerosmith.

20090903

This month, Suzi's special guest is the award winning lyricist Tim Rice, whose credits include Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita, Chess, Aladdin and The Lion King.

Tim chooses his American music influences including Eddie Cochran, Roy Orbison and Elvis.

He also talks about his work in the music business and his collaborations with Andrew Lloyd Webber, Abba's Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, plus Elton John and Alan Menken.

Suzi Quatro's guest is award-winning lyricist Tim Rice

20091008

Suzi Quatro plays American music from the past five decades, from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll.

Suzi Quatro plays American music from the past five decades.

20091015

Suzi Quatro plays American music from the past five decades, from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll.

Suzi Quatro plays American music from the past five decades.

20091105

Suzi looks at 1961, the year that Bob Dylan hitched a ride to New York City for the first time, Judy Garland made her comeback at Carnegie Hall and the film of West Side Story was released.

She plays The Marcels, Gary US Bonds, Ernie K Doe and Bobby Darin.

Suzi looks at 1961, playing The Marcels, Gary US Bonds, Ernie K Doe and Bobby Darin.

20091112

Hollywood star and Rock'N'Roll performer extraordinaire Suzi Quatro plays the music she heard in her formative years, from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll, taking us through the fifties and sixties right up to the present day.

Suzi often features American classics that never made the wireless over here and loves telling anecdotes about her American Heroes.

Every week Suzi focuses on a particular year in American chart history and once a month Suzi talks, in depth, to a special guest about their American influences.

With tracks and personal recollections from Suzi's American music collection.

20091119

Hollywood star and Rock'N'Roll performer extraordinaire Suzi Quatro plays the music she heard in her formative years, from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll, taking us through the fifties and sixties right up to the present day.

Suzi often features American classics that never made the wireless over here and loves telling anecdotes about her American Heroes.

Every week Suzi focuses on a particular year in American chart history and once a month Suzi talks, in depth, to a special guest about their American influences.

Tonight Suzi welcomes Cynthia Lennon to her show.

Cynthia talks candidly about life with John and the Beatles and she chooses her favourite American tacks including songs by Nina Simone, Pat Boone and Frank Sinatra.

Suzi talks to Cynthia Lennon about her American musical influences.

20091126

Tonight Suzi remembers 1981 with music from Heart, Christopher Cross and Don McLean.

Ronald Reagan took the oath as America's 40th President and survived an assassination attempt a couple of months later.

The US-Iran agreement freed 52 hostages held in Tehran since 1979; MTV went on the air running round-the-clock music videos, debuting with Video Killed the Radio Star." The Supreme Court ruled to allow television cameras in the courtroom.

Ordinary People won the Oscar for Best Picture and Pacman-mania swept the country.

Suzi heads back to 1981 with music from Smokey Robinson, Bob Seger and Hall and Oates."

20091203

Tonight Suzi remembers 1962 with Gene Pitney, the Orlons and Claudine Clark.

Marilyn Monroe died at just 36.

The first transatlantic television transmission occurred via the Telstar Satellite, making worldwide television and cable networks a reality.

Government regulations forced studios out of the talent agency business.

And Johnny Carson took over hosting The Tonight Show.

Suzi looks back at 1962 with music from Chubby Checker, Dion and the Shirelles.

20100128

Hollywood star and Rock'N'Roll performer extraordinaire Suzi Quatro plays the music she heard in her formative years, from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll, taking us through the fifties and sixties right up to the present day.

Suzi often features American classics that never made the wireless over here and loves telling anecdotes about her American Heroes.

Every week Suzi focuses on a particular year in American chart history and once a month Suzi talks, in depth, to a special guest about their American influences.

This week it's 1974 with music from Gladys Knight, Brownsville Station, Billy Swann and Al Wilson.

Suzi Quatro heads back to 1974 with music from Railroad, Billy Swann and Al Wilson.

20100225

Hollywood star and Rock'N'Roll performer extraordinaire Suzi Quatro plays the music she heard in her formative years, from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll, taking us through the fifties and sixties right up to the present day.

Suzi features American classics that never made the wireless over here and relates anecdotes about her American heroes.

Tonight Suzi remembers the cream of male singing stars of the 1950s including music from Jerry Lee Lewis, the Champs, Pat Boone, Ricky Nelson, Bobby Darin and Chuck Berry.

It's the Guys from the 50s with music from Jerry Lee Lewis, the Champs and Pat Boone

20100318

Suzi Quatro brings American music direct to listeners.

20100325

Suzi Quatro brings American music direct to listeners.

20121227

Suzi Quatro goes right back to her roots as she revisits her home town of Detroit in this two hour special.

Joined by sister Patti and brother Michael, she explores what's left of the once vibrant Detroit club scene of the 60s and 70s, and follows in the footsteps of her Motown idols.

Guests include guitar legends Wayne Kramer of the MC5, and Dick Wagner of Alice Cooper and Lou Reed fame; Motown diva Martha Reeves; and songwriter supreme Lamont Dozier.

27/12/200820090103

Suzi plays music from The Doors, Jose Feliciano, Stevie Wonder and Booker T And The MGs.

Suzi Quatro plays music from doo-wop to Motown and rock 'n' roll, through the '50s and '60s to today.

Featuring The Doors, Jose Feliciano, Stevie Wonder and Booker T And The MGs.