|01||Sad Songs Say So Much||20040608|
Fi Glover ponders why ballads are so awful and yet so uniquely appealing.
|02||Harmony In My Head...||20040615|
A Classical Musician's Journey Through Pop
Classical conductor, Charles Hazlewood, will attempt to take the bonnet off pop to see what makes it tick.
Musicologist and broadcaster David Hepworth chairs a debate about the effect of the most potent new force in the pop market: the rise of the middle aged music buyer.
|04 LAST||Rock's Beating Art||20040629|
Critic Paul Morley outlines a parallel history of rock music, not the one which stems from Chuck Berry and Elvis, but instead originating in the experimental music of John Cage