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  • Delivering The King’s Speech – BBC World Service
    • Delivering The King’s Speech – BBC World Service

      TBI Media’s first ever documentary for the BBC World Service, Delivering The King’s Speech marked the 75th anniversary of King George VI’s declaration of war against Germany. Presenter Louise Minchin hears the untold story of the King’s Speech and discovers how it reached the entire world.

      Inspired by the discovery of the original pressing of the speech in the EMI Archives – bound in goatskin[…]

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  • Elvis: That’s All Right 60 Years On
    • Elvis: That’s All Right 60 Years On

      On 5th July 1954, a 19-year-old Elvis Presley walked into Sun Studio and recorded three tracks.

       

      To markthe anniversary of Elvis’s historic recording, Hollywood actor and musician Sam Palladio hosted That’s All Right: 60 Years On live from Sun Studio in Memphis.

       

      Artists including The Pierces, Laura Bell Bundy and Candi Staton performed the songs Elvis recorded that night as[…]

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  • Bert Weedon: The Teacher of Rock & Roll – BBC Radio 2
    • Bert Weedon: The Teacher of Rock & Roll – BBC Radio 2

      On BBC Radio 2, Richard Hawley told the story of how Bert Weedon, one of Britain’s most important and yet least celebrated guitar heroes, taught a nation to fall in love with the guitar.

      When he died in April 2012, tributes to Bert Weedon came flooding in from the very top British artists; Clapton, McCartney, May and many more. Not only had he been one of Britain’s first rock n roll guitarists,[…]

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  • A Year in Tweets – BBC Radio 1
    • A Year in Tweets – BBC Radio 1

      Scott Mills, Chris Stark and friends use Twitter to mull over the stories and controversies of 2013.

      Using the Twitter reaction as a springboard for discussion, Scott’s guests rant, joke and argue about the last year’s most talked about stories – from horsemeat and Twerking, to Andy Murray and the royal baby.

      We also look back on the juiciest Twitter spats, the year’s best deleted tweets and[…]

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  • Our Double Lives on BBC Radio 1Xtra
    • Our Double Lives on BBC Radio 1Xtra

      What do you do if you don’t want to lead the life your parents want for you?  Young voices from a range of backgrounds and communities reveal how they hide from their families whole chunks of their lives in ‘Our Double Lives’, Sunday 5th May at 9pm on BBC Radio 1Xtra as part of 1Xtra Stories. Produced by Enas Refaei, Poppy Begum and Tom Parry.

  • ‘Belongings’ on BBC Radio 3
    • ‘Belongings’ on BBC Radio 3

      Decisions about what possessions to keep and what to throw away can be agonising, raising fundamental questions about their true value. In Belongings we follow three people over six months as they make some painful decisions, move house and start again somewhere smaller. The outcomes are often unexpected.

      Mike and Sue need to find a bungalow so Mike, who recently had a stroke, doesn’t have to[…]

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  • Beach Boys at 50 on BBC Radio 2
    • Beach Boys at 50 on BBC Radio 2

      With 36 hits in the United States Top 40 (more than any other rock band), The Beach Boys are one of the most successful bands of all time. The ultimate surf pop pin-ups, their irresistible harmonies have influenced generations of artists, with 1966’s ‘Pet Sounds’ considered rock ‘n roll’s first ever concept album and regularly found at the top of ‘all time greatest albums’ lists.

      Presented[…]

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  • The Training Session on 1Xtra Stories
    • The Training Session on 1Xtra Stories

      Football fanatic Twin B gives DJ and producer Plastician the chance to discover what it’s like to be a professional footballer, in exchange for training Leicester City’s Neil Danns in the studio!

      When you think about it, the best footballers and musicians have a pretty similar time of it: a rock and roll lifestyle at times, a need to be focused, determined (and lucky) to get to the top, and, even[…]

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  • Urban Rhymes on 1Xtra Stories
    • Urban Rhymes on 1Xtra Stories

      MC’s, rappers and poets use music and rhyme to reflect on last August’s rioting. Featuring the likes of Lady Leshurr, C4 and Zed Bias, personal stories are mixed with news archive over a pounding soundtrack.

      Presenter Twin B starts in Tottenham to see how the area is recovering from the destruction of last summer. We talk to Londoners that suffered, as well as those that rioted, while other young[…]

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