Muriel Gray tells the story of the American folk singers who threatened the American way of life.
|02||The H Bomb's Thunder||20080117||20080118|
Muriel Gray revisits the Aldermaston Marches when Britain's middle class youth tried to ban the bomb to the sound of jazz clarinet and folk guitar.
|03||The Fixin' To Die Rag||20080124||20080125|
|04||Rock Against Racism||20080131||20080201|
Muriel Gray explores how the apolitical rock set decided to protest against atomic power with their Musicians United for Safe Energy campaign in the 70s.
Neil Kinnock, Billy Bragg and Tom Robinson join Muriel Gray as she revisits Red Wedge, the story of British musicians who took a stand against Thatcherism.
|07||Free Nelson Mandela||20080221||20080222|
Muriel Gray discovers how the Free Nelson Mandela concert in 1988 focused the world's attention on Mandela's plight and ultimately contributed to his release.
Muriel Gray with the story of how the Iraq war inspired new generations of musicians and those who had fought the fight 60 years ago to raise their voices in song.